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With all of the hustle and bustle/controversy over this nation’s presidential election, it is easy to lose sight of the local elections that are also very important. Rather than focus on particular races, I am going to share with you some of my personal friends who are running for office. Please take a look at their platforms and if so moved and you live in the appropriate district, cast your vote accordingly:
Matt Haney – School Board
Paul Henderson – Superior Court Judge
London Breed – Board of Supervisors
James Vaughn – Tracy Unified School Board
Mister Phillips – West Contra Costa School Board
Lateefah Simon – BART Board
Rochelle Pardue-Okimoto – El Cerrito City Council
Peggy Moore – Oakland City Council at Large
Rebecca Kaplan – Oakland City Council at Large
Marcie Hodge – Oakland City Council District 7
Lynette Gibson McElhaney – Oakland City Council District 3.
Uche J. Uwahemu – Richmond City Council
It takes a lot of guts to put your money where you mouth is, roll up your sleeves, and dedicate your life to be a public servant. They all should be applauded.
And don’t forget to vote for Kamala Harris and Hillary Clinton! Get out the Vote!
If you need any California Voting information, please visit The Secretary of State’s Site here http://voterguide.sos.ca.gov
I am not going to weigh in on who you should pick for President, however, there is no secret that I have been an early Hillary Clinton supporter. But here are some local races that have personal attorney friends of mine, either via college, fraternity, or professional community outreach that are running for superior court judges. Please consider voting for the following Superior Court Judges in these counties:
– Jennifer Madden, Alameda County – https://maddenforjudge2016.com/
-Paul Henderson, San Francisco County – http://www.paulhendersonforjudge.com/
– Otis Bruce, Marin County – https://otisbruce4judge.com/
Please visit http://www.vote411.org to find your polling place on June 7, 2016. Thanks for your time and consideration!
Kevin L. Nichols
The Social Politician
Please join Secretary Hillary Clinton and Special Guests on Friday, May 6th 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. in San Francisco (location to be announced shortly).
Friday January 8th
A Conversation with Hillary Clinton
2:00PM – 4:00PM
At the home of Diana Nelson
San Francisco, CA
$2,700 per person
A Family Celebration with Hillary Clinton
3:30PM – 5:30PM
Family ticket prices:
$5,400 primary (Admission and family photo with Hillary Clinton for two adults and children under 16)
$2,700 (two adults, children under 16)
$1,000 (one adult, one child under 16)
$500 individual ticket (limited availability)
Cohosts raise $10,000 (includes Family Photo with Hillary Clinton)
Innovation Hangar, San Francisco, CA
Address provided upon RSVP
An Evening Reception with Hillary Clinton
$2,700 per person
Cohosts raise $27,000
Home of Sarah and Greg Sands, Palo Alto, CA
Address provided upon RSVP
President Barack Obama will have a reception at the W Hotel in Downtown San Francisco, California, on Friday, October 10, 2014.
This will be the President’s last visit to the Bay before the midterm elections. It is just announced that Maxwell will be performing live. The ticket prices have been reduced to reflect the new location. To purchase your ticket, please visit http://bit.ly/1p2rMpD
(SAN FRANCISCO, Ca) The First Lady of the United States (FLOTUS), Michelle Obama, visited the Bay Area on January 30, 2014, to motivate and inspire California democrats to take the upcoming midterm elections seriously and to get more involved in the local, state, and federal elections. FLOTUS stated that the passion and fervor that the party demonstrated in 2008, definitely dissipated in 2012, and could evaporate in 2014 if democrats do not “show up.”
Michelle Obama also encouraged democrats to assist other states with tight races in order to pick up the 17 or so congressional seats needed to reclaim a majority in the House of Representatives. If this was not possible, she recommended donors write a check to make a impact.
California is such an influential state in that many of our races appear to be insignificant because of its majority of blue (democratic) voters, however, this complacency often backfires during mid-term elections. Rather than pulling of the gas pedal, let’s press forward with making a difference not only in our state, but others’ around us so that we can support our President and further his agenda.
The First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, will be visiting the San Francisco Bay Area on Thursday, January 30, 2014. She will be having an evening reception and fundraiser for the Democratic Party at a location that will be disclosed upon your RSVP.
Ticket prices start at $500 and you can visit http://bit.ly/19dVuWk to purchase your ticket.
For more information, please contact Ashling Pearson with any questions at NorCalEvents@dnc.org or (202) 479-5169.