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SF Berniecrats - Elect Progressive Delegates to State Democratic Party
Date Thursday January 03
Time 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type Meeting
Organizer/Authorsfberniecrats.com
Location Details
Thursday January 3, 7 – 9 PM
Park Branch Library, 1833 Page St (near Cole St.)
As you may remember from two years ago, the ADEM elections will give us the chance to elect progressive assembly delegates to the California Democratic Party, who will vote on party endorsements, platforms, and direction of political activities, and this year, the Democratic Party Chair.

SF Berniecrats January 3 Membership Meeting

Our next meeting will be on Thursday January 3, 7 - 9 PM at the Park Branch Library. Below is the proposed agenda. Please read our proposed Bylaw Amendments and come ready for discussion. If you'd like to make an announcement please respond to this email. Also, remember to renew your Membership Dues for the new year!

Meeting Agenda
7:00 - Community Guidelines
7:05 - Working Group Report backs & Announcements
7:20 - Discuss an endorsement vote for the CA Democratic Party Chair at March Meeting
7:35 - ADEMs Elections planning - turnout and volunteering
8:00 - Discussion and Votes on Bylaws Amendments (please read!)
8:45 - Announcement of Officer Nomination Process for February SF Berniecrats Officer Elections

Added to the calendar on Sunday Dec 30th, 2018 11:37 PM

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so - is there some reconcilliation between Democrat and Sanders is not?
Do 'progressive' Democrats advocate for worker control of production - of what should be produced and in what conditions of work?
If not, what is Progressive about them given under one linguistic guise and another non-progressive electeds and candidates make sounds like what progressive people must say, ... housing, health care, food, etc. Non-progressives say many of the same things but those are not progressive?
Thanks.
Norma
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