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Because the first week of November will mark the one-year countdown to the 2018 elections, the San Diego County Democratic Party is organizing a Week of Action to engage volunteers and voters throughout the county November 1-7. Our voter registration drive that week will focus on local colleges and universities, which have large numbers of students who need to register (or reregister). In addition, there will be two opportunities to be trained as a Neighborhood Leader through the Neighbors in Action program, with two more trainings scheduled later in the month.
The San Diego County Democratic Convention on October 21 was the latest sign that San Diego Democrats are energized, engaged, and ready for victories in 2018. More than 500 community members, volunteers, candidates, and elected officials came together for the seventh biennial event, setting a new attendance record. The California Center for the Arts in Escondido buzzed with activity, from motivational stump speeches on the main stage to networking and one-on-one campaigning throughout the hallways and grassy lawns of the center.
"An elected city politician leaked inside information to help downtown developers fleece the taxpayers. Then he tried to cover it up. This is the definition of public corruption. While the legal consequences of Councilmember Chris Cate’s betrayal of the citizens of San Diego as an elected official have yet to be determined, the City Attorney’s demand is even more urgent now than it was in June. Chris Cate has proven that he is unfit for office and cannot be trusted to faithfully represent the interests of the people of San Diego. He must resign from the City Council immediately and end his campaign for reelection next year."