Maryanne Solomon

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SMRR/SMDC to Host State of the Union Event

Santa Monica for Renters’ Rights and the Santa Monica Democratic Club are co-hosting a get together on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at Yankee Doodles to watch the State of the Union Address. You may begin arriving at 5:30pm; the speech starts at 6:00pm. Bring your family, mingle, discuss, and have fun. There is no charge for …

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SMDC Meeting Wednesday, May 30, 2012

The Santa Monica Democratic Club will discuss (and possibly endorse) the following: Proposition 28 — Limits on Legislators’ Terms in Office Proposition 29 — Additional Tax on Cigarettes for Cancer Research Measure H: LA County Hotel Occupancy Tax Continuation Measure Meaure L: LA County Landfill Tax Continuation Measure We will also discuss the proposed development of Village Trailer Park. Date: Wednesday, May …

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Santa Monica Democratic Club Endorsements for June Ballot

June 2012 Assembly District 50: Torie Osborn Los Angeles County District Attorney: Danette E. Meyers Superior Court Judges: Office #3:  Craig Gold Office #38  Lynn Diane Olson Office #65:  Shannon Knight Office #78:  James D. Otto Office #114:  Eric Harmon Los Angeles County Democratic Central Committee (7) endorsed: Dante Atkins,  Joseph A. Cislowski, Ralph Erickson, …

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***2012 NEW 50th ASSEMBLY DISTRICT ELECTION FORUM***

Please join us at this very important event and meet the candidates that are asking for your vote! ASSEMBLY CANDIDATE FORUM Meet your candidates. Ask Questions. The 2012 Primary Election is just a few months away. Now is your opportunity to hear from the CA State Assembly candidates as well as ask your own questions. Date: …

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SM Democratic Club November 30 Meeting

Redistricting: What it means for you! Expert on new political district boundaries to speak to Democrats. The Santa Monica Democratic Club will host Loyola University Professor Jessica Levinson who will discuss the impact of the new political district boundaries on our elected officials. Should we expect big changes in the political balance of power or …

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