The Democratic Club of Claremont gives people in the Claremont area a chance to discuss issues, talk to candidates and office-holders, and work to elect Democrats to state and national offices. Even if you don't have the time or the inclination to run for office yourself, you can play a role in politics through the club.
The address of the campaign headquarters is:
225 W Hospitality Ln. Ste 209 San Bernardino, CA 92408
Office hours are 10AM-9PM. The headquarters are closed on Fridays. Phone banking is from 10AM-5PM, Monday-Thursday. The focus will be on canvassing after 5PM and on weekends.
To sign up for a shift, please call Yoshi Brownlee, Field Organizer, at (858) 750-0019 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come help our good friend Anthony get the vote out and engage our community with only a month left to the primary! There will be food and refreshments. Our space has been graciously provided by the UFCW, Local 1428 and is just what we need in this very important race.
|Time||5:00 PM - 8:30 PM|
|Place||UFCW, Local 1428 Office, 705 W Arrow Hwy, Claremont|
For more information contact Arthur Congo at (909) 561-4196 or email@example.com
The Democratic Club of Claremont has endorsed Anthony Portantino for the California Senate seat representing our district (SD 25). We have several reasons for our endorsement.
For some years now, Anthony has participated in the activities of the Democratic Club of Claremont. In our dealings with him we have always found him honest and willing to listen, even on topics where we are to the left of his positions. We respect his views and he respects ours.
The Claremont Manifesto is designed to suggest a new vision and program to capture the hearts and minds of the American people.
It represents an appeal to Republicans, Independents and Democrats alike - to consider the renewal of the vision of the U.S. as a Commonwealth in which people of good will cooperate for the common good as well as for individual fulfillment. It asks them to consider a return to the view of our society first advocated by our nation's Founders: The view of America as a Commonwealth in which we all work together to create a better, more peaceful and just world for ourselves and for our children. Based upon a wide array of polls and other data, we are confident that this is a vision most Americans now share.