by Sylvia Moore, 2nd Vice President

At the April 11 General Meeting, the Culver City Democratic Club officially endorsed the following candidates and propositions for the June 5, 2012 primary elections:

United States Senator – Dianne Feinstein

State Assembly, 54th District – Holly Mitchell

Los Angeles County Supervisor – Mark Ridley-Thomas

Los Angeles County District Attorney – Danette Myers

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge, Office 3 – Craig Gold

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge, Office 65 – Shannon Knight

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge, Office 114 – Eric Harmon

Proposition 28 (limits on state legislators’ terms in office) – YES

Proposition 29 (increase in the state tobacco tax to fund cancer research) – YES

Los Angeles County Democratic Party County Central Committee: Jonathan FriedmanTerrence M. MontgomeryLoren ScottR. “Ronnie Jayne” SolomonMollie “Lee” WelinskyJimmie Woods-Gray

Click on the names above to go to the campaign web sites to see how you can volunteer and help get the vote out. Click on the names of the propositions for a summary of the proposed legislation.

Congratulations to all of our CCDC endorsed candidates!

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
09/30/2014

First Vice President’s Message by Sylvia Moore, October 2014

Twenty fourteen marks yet another year where we Democrats are wringing our hands over whether enough of our supporters will turn out to vote this November. According to FairVote.org, voter turnout is about 60% in presidential elections, but plummets to about 40% in midterm elections. Why is it that every off-year election sees a precipitous […]

Read story
05/05/2012

President’s Message by Bill Wynn, May 2012

Congratulations to Mehaul O’Leary and Andrew Weissman on their reelection to the City Council. They will be joined by our Culver City Democratic Club endorsed candidates Meghan Sahli-Wells and Jim Clarke. Jeff Cooper continues his term as a member of the City Council. I would like to thank everyone involved in making the Culver City elections […]

Read story

Leave a reply