Working To Empower Latinos!

The goals and objectives of the San Francisco Latino Democratic Club are to promote and encourage Latino candidates to empower the Latino community in areas of Immigration and Social Justice Issues such as Economic Development for Latino Jobs and Businesses, for Quality of Life Issues relative to violence prevention, youth and education. In addition, support other candidates that will advocate and promote issues and legislation that further the Latino Agenda. To actively motivate Latinos to understand the issues, vote, and get involved through advocacy.



SFLDC General Body Meeting – Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Our General Body Meetings are the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Sign-in starts at 6:00 pm.

This month we will be holding elections for the Executive Board. Everyone is welcome to the meeting, but to vote you must be a member in good standing with dues paid!

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SFLDC to Celebrate 35th Anniversary by Honoring Supervisors John Avalos and David Campos

The San Francisco Latino Democratic Club (SFLDC) will celebrate its 35th anniversary by honoring San Francisco Board of Supervisors John Avalos and David Campos on Friday, October 30th.  The fundraiser/happy hour will start at 6:00pm PT at Balançoire, 2565 Mission St.  The event is $10 - $25 sliding scale and open to the public.

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Endorsements Part 2!

Thanks to the members who came out to vote this morning at our Special Endorsement Meeting focusing on the ballot initiatives.

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Early Endorsements

Endorsement season is upon us and SFLDC has already made a few early endorsements in the upcoming November 2015 Election.

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SFLDC General Body Meeting – Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Our General Body Meetings are the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Sign-in starts at 6:00 pm.

This month VP Of Membership Sarah Souza and Chicano Latino Caucus Representative Gladys Soto have put together a panel focusing on immigration issues, "Let the Dreamers Dream!"

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ACTION: the Mission Takes City Hall Part 2 -Tues, June 2

the Mission Takes City Hall Part 2 :: Supervisors Vote on Luxury Moratorium :: #SaveTheMission

1:30 Rally Polk Street Steps City Hall
3:00 Speak out at Board of Supervisors Hearing

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