Join the California Women's Campaign and the Sacramento Chapter of NWPC in celebrating the 19th amendment by participating in a silent call for voter participation on Saturday, October 10.
"From 1917 to 1919, a group of determined women stood silently in front of the White House in protest of President Woodrow Wilson’s lack of support for women’s right to vote. They wore distinctive purple, white and gold sashes and held signs with slogans like, “Mr. President, how long must we wait for liberty?”
On October 10 — The day women in California got the vote in 1911 — you will see today’s Silent Sentinels on busy street corners throughout the Sacramento area urging people to exercise their right to be heard.
Join us to honor The Silent Sentinels who fought for the 19th Amendment so the nation finally included women in “we the people”. Look for us dressed in purple, white and gold with our “Vote” signs. Invite your friends, your family to participate.
Additionally, Muffy Francke, one of the leads' in this event has created an all encompassing video of the event, which you can find on our website HERE
Masks are required and we will practice social distancing." -Event Description from Eventbrite
The Democratic Party of Sacramento County’s monthly meeting will take place Virtually on Thursday, May 14, 6-8pm on Zoom. To find this month’s agenda, videoconference instructions and all related meeting materials, please visit the SacDems website or select links below.
Join the California Democratic Party to support Christy Smith in CD 25. CD 25, which is holding a special election on Tuesday, May 12, is a critical Democratic hold district that will play an essential part in maintaining control of the House of Representatives. As of May 4, Los Angeles County has reported that Republicans have returned over 10,000 more ballots than Democrats.
Send texts to help Christy Smith. Join the Westside Democrats’ Texting Team to help send tens of thousands of texts to voters in CD 25 who have not yet turned in their ballot – no texting experience necessary!
• Text Bank Training Wednesdays sign up here: https://www.mobilize.us/swingleft/event/264643/
• Text Bank Training Thursdays sign up here: https://www.mobilize.us/swingleft/event/264652/
BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE!
Sister District Project Sacramento Spring Extravaganza and Online Auction, Saturday, June 13 from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM (bidding opens Saturday, June 1): Want to help make this benefit for Michigan State House candidate Representative Laurie Pohutsky a success? Click here for the auction donation wish list.
Contribute toward stamps and supplies for the 2020 Coalition’s ongoing letter-writing projects (including the BIG SEND) by Clicking Here (OWLS Federal PAC, a proud 2020 Coalition Sacramento member and conduit for reimbursement).
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About the Sacramento NWPC
The mission of the Sacramento Chapter of the National Women’s Political Caucus is to increase women’s participation in the political process. We identify, recruit, train and support feminist women for election and appointment to public office at every level of government.
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