Kevin de Leon
U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein
After graduating from Stanford, in the 1960s, she worked in city government, and in 1969, she was elected to the
San Francisco Board of Supervisors
1992 she was elected
to the U.S. Senate. Feinstein was first elected on the same ballot as her peer
, and the two became California's first female U.S. Senators. Feinstein has been re-elected four times since then and in the
, she claimed the record for the most
in any U.S. Senate election in history, having received 7.75 million votes.
At the age of 85, Feinstein is the oldest currently serving United States Senator.
Feinstein is the longest current-serving female U.S. Senator. In October 2017, Feinstein officially declared her intention to run for re-election in
California Senator Kevin de Leon
SB 350, authored by de León and signed into law in 2015, mandates that utilities in California purchase 33% of their electricity from renewable sources by 2020 and 50% from renewable sources by 2030. In 2012, he successfully co-chaired Proposition 39 which closed a corporate-tax loophole and provided $2.5 billion in revenue for energy-efficiency upgrades in schools. In 2012, de León's SB 535 was signed into law, requiring the California Air Resources Board to spend at least 25 percent of cap-and-trade revenue to benefit low-income communities across California that are disproportionately impacted by pollution. In 2016, de León led the charge in an effort to try to pass legislation to prevent gun violence.
s a Candidate for the Ventura Board of Education, Area 2. Her experiences in education have ranged from a large school district like Long Beach Unified to the small town feel of the Conejo Valley Unified. She has served as PTA President in the Elementary, Middle, and High School levels has been was honored to serve two terms as Conejo Council PTA President which oversees all of the PTA units in the Conejo Valley.
Proposition 8, The Fair Pricing Dialysis Act
Limits on Dialysis Clinics' Revenue and Required Refunds Initiative
A "yes" vote supports requiring dialysis clinics to issue refunds to patients or patients' payers for revenue above 115 percent of the the costs of direct patient care and healthcare improvements.
A "no" vote opposes requiring dialysis clinics to issue refunds to patients or patients' payers for revenue above 115 percent of the the costs of direct patient care and healthcare improvements.
SAVE THE DATE
FOR THESE IMPORTANT EVENTS
KEEP IT BLUE – Sunday, July 22,
Hosted by the Democratic Club of Ventura
Sunday July 22nd 11:00am–1:30pm
At the historic
Tickets: $50 individual $95 couple
Mail Checks to P.O. Box 3004, Ventura 93006
Meet and raise funds for our great California Democrats
Ride the Blue Wave" – Sunday, August 12
Democratic Club of the Conejo Valley hosts its 16th annual Garden Party and Awards Ceremony
Date: Sunday, August 12, 2018 | Time: 12pm-3pm
Location: Los Robles Greens Banquet Hall
299 S. Moorpark Road
Thousand Oaks, CA
Price per person: $40 (Early bird through July 15th) | $50 Regular price
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