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Notes from June Council of Clubs Meeting
Sun, 21 Jun 2020 03:06:08 GMT
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Robert’s Rules of Order Training
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Political Organizing at a Distance
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Notes from June Council of Clubs Meeting
Congratulations to the Pacific Beach Democratic Club - Club of the Year
Congratulations to Christie Davis, President of the Pacific Beach Democratic Club @pbdems , and to all the members and officers of the club for sharing with us the great year the club had in 2019. PBDC - presentation slides . You can also watch Christie’s presentation on our YouTube channel . Thanks to electeds and candidates: Esther Sanchez Shari Mackin Dr Samm Hurst Rob Howard Claudia von Wilpert on behalf of Marni von Wilpert Clubs Contributing to Candidates Ryan Hurd, Executive Director SDCDP presented on Volunteer activities through the County Party this summer Options for Clubs that want to support candidates financially Update for Democratic Clubs - presentation slides Party will provide training on Hustle Campaigns can setup donation pages for specific clubs, to give recognition e.g. for Terra Lawson-Remer contact Voting at Club Meetings Clubs can use these methods to hold votes at meetings, without requiring a change to their bylaws: Zoom Meeting Using Yes/No Zoom Feature Zoom Meeting Using Zoom Polling Feature Email/Zoom Meeting using So far, we have setup accounts for the following clubs: DEMCCO Democratic Club of 92127 Democratic Woman’s Club Fallbrook Democratic Club Point Loma Democratic Club San Marcos Democratic Club is freely available to all Democratic Clubs in San Diego County and can be used for Email/Zoom Meeting voting. If you’d like an account please email or message us on Slack or Discourse . The club sends each member an email with a specific link that allows them to vote, and only vote once. The club can tell if the member has voted, but not how they voted.(Non-anonymized voting is also supported, if required.) supports Ranked Choice Voting reducing the need for multiple rounds of voting, and enables members who can’t attend the meeting to vote ahead of the meeting. If two or more members share an email address, separate links can be sent for each voting member. After notice has been given of an endorsement meeting clubs can send out a link to those members who are qualified to vote, based on the club’s bylaws for a member in good standing. The link in the email can enables members to vote either before or during the endorsement meeting. After voting is closed, the results can be esily downloaded and shared with campaign observers and independent auditors to make sure the ballots are tallied correctly. Results can be displayed quickly with graphics and percentages clearly displayed. Clubs can also apply their own rules for thresholds and run-offs between the highest vote getters. The underlying software ( ) is open source, transparent and publicly accessible. Next meeting Peer-to-peer texting, with Katie Meyer , former Area Field Director at Bernie Sanders For President Zoom Etiquette Mute yourself when not talking Share useful links on the Chat, at the appropriate time You can save all the chat from the ellipsis (three dots) in Chat (if allowed) For dial-ins  *9 to raise hand, *6 to mute/unmute You can raise hand from the Participants List Rename yourself in the Participants List, to include your social media handle (if allowed) Zoom hosts can restrict participants to display only the participants name on the video screen Announcements Census 2020 Independent Redistricting Commissions     City of San Diego (June 30) County of San Diego (July 31) Board of Supervisors to Vote on Lilac Hills Blog post by JP Theberge and Tommy Hough, San Diego County Democrats for Environmental Action  Resolutions passed at the June 16, 2020 Central Committee meeting, that can be discussed and supported, promoted, strenghtened and enforced by clubs Resolution Demanding that San Diego Democrats Refuse Donations from Law Enforcement Unions Resolution Recognizing that Inciting Imminent Lawless Action Is Not Protected First Amendment Speech Resolution Condemning the Lethal Use of Non-Lethal Weapon Resolution Supporting the Creation of an Independent, Community-Led Commission on Police Practices Resolution to Responsibly Reduce Police Funding in the City of San Diego Resolution on CALBRIGHT Resolution to Safeguard San Diego’s State Infrastructure Funding Resolution to Defund For-Profit Prisons: Enact ‘Justice is not for Sale’ Ordinances in Every Community Resolution to Support Comprehensive Decriminalization of Fare Evasion under the San Diego Metropolitan Transit System Service Area Saturday June 27, 10AM CADEM Town Hall with Special Guest: Congresswoman Maxine Waters (Zoom registration ) Sunday June 28, 11AM: Statewide Delegate Online Meeting     (invited delegates will be directly  emailed, there is no public link)     Local Caucus Delegate Winners Delegates at Large and PLEOs recommended by the campaigns July 24th-26th CDP Virtual Eboard Meeting (Tentative Schedule) Submitting a resolution ( due no later than 5:00 p.m., 30 calendar days prior to the start of an Executive Board meeting) Legislation Committee ( The deadline to submit a timely Legislation Request for consideration at the 2020 July Executive Board is Wednesday, June 24th by 5:00PM)   August 17-21, 2020: Democratic National Convention     (*Originally scheduled in Milwaukee, Wisconsin **likely to be virtual) ACA 5 (rescind prop. 209) if you want to help get the word out, contact AB 3216 (worker retention after pandemic) Thank you all for attending and remember, to quote Frederick Douglass “If There Is No Struggle, There Is No Progress”. Cheers, John Loughlin Director of Clubs | | (619) 302-4751 |
Jun 20, 2020, 8:06 PM