The San Francisco Democratic Party's work for the 2015 election year gets underway this month, when the Democratic County Central Committee meets on Wednesday, January 28, 2015. On the agenda are several important items, including reports on delegates to the California Democratic State Convention; the appointment of a new DCCC member; a new subcommittee to reform and clarify the bylaws' Conflict of Interest provisions; plans for voter registration and party's all-important annual "Spring Breakfast" major fundraiser.
The committee will also consider two resolutions: one to honor the S.F. Bay Guardian and urge access its archives, and another to demand payment of taxes by Airbnb and other short-term rental hosting platforms.
Here are the complete time and location details:
S.F. Democratic Party's Regular Meeting
Milton Marks Auditorium
455 Golden Gate Avenue
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Message from the S.F. Democratic Party Chair
San Francisco's Democratic Party had another year of big accomplishments in 2014: we registered record numbers of Democratic voters; we launched a hugely successful Sue Bierman Memorial Internship Program; we boasted an impressive win-rate for our endorsed candidates and ballot measures; and we've made our efforts count for our fellow Democrats on a statewide level. But 2015 promises to be another important year for San Francisco Democrats. And we can't start soon enough to make sure California does its part in 2016 to retain the White House and win back Democratic control of Congress. San Francisco's Democratic Party must lead the way, and I hope we can count on you to join us in making progress for the Democratic values we share!