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, May 27, 2015

Dear Members,

It is with great reluctance that the SFLDC is not holding it's membership meeting on the regularly scheduled 3rd Wednesday of the month at 518 Valencia. But San Francisco's Latino community is in great need of our efforts within the larger Democratic Party. SFLDC worked the California Democratic Party Convention in Anaheim and completed our financial audit this past weekend. Our club's leadership is strongly committed to having meetings not just to have meetings, but for the purpose of "Empowering the Latino Community". Please join us for these efforts!

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TONIGHT: LDC Raffle Fundraiser

SFLDC is fundraising for our upcoming summer festivities including sending members to the 2015 California Democratic Convention. Please join us tonight at Virgil's Sea Room, 3152 Mission St

Buy a raffle ticket and you could win a great prize. 

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CALL TO ACTION: The Mission Takes City Hall, Fri, May 8

Join hundreds of Mission residents and workers as we descend on City Hall Friday May 8 to demand an end to the evictions, more affordable housing, and no Monster in the Mission.

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CALL TO ACTION: Mission Moratorium Gathering TODAY at NOON

Supervisor David Campos is expected to introduce a proposal that would temporarily halt development of market-rate housing in the Mission to address The City’s ongoing housing crisis TODAY at the Board of Supervisors. It’s one of the most aggressive efforts to date to stop displacement of lower-income residents in one of the country’s hottest real estate markets.

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CALL TO ACTION: Give AXIS the AXE on April 23

Join the Mission community on April 23 to let Axis Development Group know we don't need 117 market rate condos that are unaffordable to working families!

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CALL TO ACTION: Airbnb Legislation, April 23

Currently there are over 2500 listing on Airbnb in San Francisco with just under 500 of those in the Mission. The Mission has become a destination for tourist attracted to the weather, popular restaurants and its proximity to so many City destinations. This has given insensitive for landlords to withhold their property from the rental market in order to make up to three times the current monthly average rent which is already highest in the country. 

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