Calling all Democratic artists, performers, and creative minds in San Diego County! Do you have a special talent you want to show your community? Are you passionate about helping elect Democrats? Then join local Democratic artists to show off your talents -- or vote on your favorite talents -- at our Dems Got Talent virtual fundraiser on Saturday, March 20 at 1:00 p.m.
After four long and incredibly tumultuous years, we marked the end of the Trump era on January 20 with the inauguration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.
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Calling all Democratic artists, performers, and creative minds in San Diego County! Join local Democratic artists to show off your talents at our Dems Got Talent virtual fundraiser on Saturday, March 20 at 1:00 p.m. Your fellow Democrats will vote for their favorite performances -- and the first place winner will get a $500 donation made to an organization of their choice! Make sure to send your video application to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, March 10, and buy your ticket at https://sddems.link/talent.
January saw the swearing-in of two new Democrats, Nora Vargas and Terra Lawson-Remer, to San Diego County's highest and most powerful governing body, the County Board of Supervisors. Joining Democratic Supervisor Nathan Fletcher, the two new Democrats ushered in Democratic control to the five-member Board of Supervisors for the first time in the history of San Diego County -- with Fletcher swiftly selected as Chair of the Board and Vargas as Vice Chair
After being sworn in to office early last month, San Diego's new Democratic Mayor, Todd Gloria, has continued to enact new policies and executive orders to rechart the course of the city and reverse the tide of COVID-19 cases. In addition to signing an executive order to strengthen enforcement of COVID-19 city health orders, Mayor Gloria called on the Biden administration to allow San Diego to directly receive COVID-19 vaccine doses that would be administered at city distribution sites.