Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Mother Lode Democrats of Amador - Jan 2020

Mother Lode Democrats of Amador County
Events for the month of January 

Tuesday, January 21th - Mother Lode Democrats of Amador monthly club meeting 18:30 (6:30 PM) - 
Meeting at Democratic Headquarters, 557 South Hwy 49, Suite 3, Jackson, California (in the Mother Lode Plaza around the corner from Modern Cuts - it will be the office with the American flag out front). 
Our guest speakers are Supervisor Frank Axe and Supervisor Pat Crew who will discuss the state of our county.  If you'd like to know what's happening in Amador County, now is a great time to come and find out. 

Saturday January 25th, the Brynne Kennedy for Congress campaign is asking for volunteers to make phone calls to Amador County voters.  We will be conducting this phone bank from the Democratic Headquarters from 10-4 in two hour shifts.  The Kennedy campaign will have a staff member available for training before you start making calls.  Please bring your cell phone.  We are asking for you to volunteer in 2 hour shifts.  So you only have to be there from 10-12 or 12-2 or 2-4.  Please let me know what time you can be there.  To find out more about Brynne Kennedy, go to 

I have also been informed that Brynne Kennedy will be in Sutter Creek on Sunday, February 2nd at the old Sutter Creek Grammar School from 1 to 3 PM for a "Meet and Greet".  Moderate Republicans are welcome.  Thanks to Susan Ross for arranging this. 

Primary ballots will be mailed out on February 3rd.  Brynne Kennedy needs to be one of the two top vote getters in the primary to get on the November ballot.  We can't take anything for granted.  We need volunteers to make phone calls and walk precincts.  All those who are able can call me for more information.  A monitary donation to Brynne's campaign would also be appreciated. 
Now is also the time to renew your club membership or to join for the first time.  Dues are $24.00 a year.  The money goes to put on monthly programs and will be used to support Democratic candidates on the November ballot.  Go Blue Wave.

Steve Christensen 
Amador Community News (ACN) is a non-partisan, politically neutral community media news blog, and does not endorse political parties or candidates.

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