Meet these PROGRESSIVE candidates! The more you know, the more you can help keep our district BLUE!
- is running for re-election to the Ventura County Board of Supervisors - District 2
Linda Parks has been on the Ventura County Board of Supervisors for fourteen years and has served as its chair three times. Previously she served as a Planning Commissioner, City Councilmember, and Mayor for the City of Thousand Oaks, California. Some of her accomplishments include founding the Ventura County Discovery Center, creating laws protecting parks and farmland (SOAR), and writing the City of Thousand Oaks' first campaign reform law. As an open space advocate, her sixteen-year grassroots effort to preserve Ahmanson Ranch culminated in the Ranch’s purchase as a State Park.
- is running for election to the Ventura County Board of Supervisors - District 4
Bernardo Perez served twelve years on the Moorpark City Council, including as Mayor of Moorpark.
Bernardo M. Perez has over a 30 year record of professional and volunteer leadership in our community and the Ventura County region as youth sports coach, community volunteer and elected official. He currently represents District Four on the Ventura County Community College District (VCCCD) Board of Trustees. Bernardo’s current community participation includes the Simi Valley Hospital Foundation, the Moorpark Foundation for the Arts, Community Action of Ventura County, and the Workforce Education Coalition.
ALSO ON THIS MONTHS PROGRAM
The American Association of University Women (AAUW)
THE WOMEN'S HISTORY PROJECT
Welcome the Students from One Spark Academy
who will portray the lives of these great women in history.
Christiane Amanpour (1958 ‐ ) News Anchor, Journalist
Judith Baca (1946 ‐ ) Mural Artist, Activist, Professor
Mabel Stark (1889 ‐ 1968) Tiger Trainer/ Animal Tamer
Grace Hopper (1906‐1992) Pioneer Computer Scientist
Rosa Parks (1913‐2005) Civil Rights Activist
ANNOUNCING - SAVE THE DATE !
OUR 2018 Spring Fling Event !
Saturday May 19, 2018 - 2 - 5 pm
Celebrating the 2018 Recipients of the
Fran Pavley Scholarship
For Empowering Young Women
And a special presentation of
DWCCV’s Fourth Annual Women of the Year Award to:
Darlynn Childress and Danielle Walsmith
Suburban Women's Advocacy Network (SWAN) Co-founders
Mingle with our local Democratic Officials
in a beautiful home in The Trails, Westlake Village
Music by Moonlight Orchestra’s Little Band
Delicious Appetizers, Desserts, Wine Bar and Silent Auction
Admission: early-bird purchase!!!!
$40 - Members | $55 - Non-Members through May 7th
$50 - Members | $60 - Non-Members by May 19th
Location and directions provided with RSVP.
For more information, please call Sylvia Liner 818.633.2288 or Sylvia.firstname.lastname@example.org
Things you need to know about!
The Greater Oxnard Organization of Democrats
Volunteer your help to battle the recall election!!!
he Greater Oxnard Organization of Democrats are in need of volunteers over the next few weeks to battle the Recall Election. We ask if you can help us rally some volunteers for the next 22 days!
Oxnard Democratic HQ
555 South A St, Suite 140, Oxnard, CA 93030
Daily Operations for Phone Bank and Canvassing:
M to F: 4:30 to 8:30pm - Sat and Sun: 10am to 8pm
Black out Sat, April 28 at 10am for a GOTV Rally with our incumbents and other dignitaries!
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out. We can touch base later this week to coordinate a day if you and your organization would like to come in together! Contact: Arthur "AJ" Valenzuela Jr. (805) 236-7615