February 18, 2016 at Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California (JCCCNC) in San Francisco.
Having a hard time figuring out who to vote for in the DCCC election this June? So many names. So Many!
And how in the world are you supposed to determine who the best candidates are? You never get to talk to them directly.
Fear no longer, and be ready to shock and inspire everyone in the voting line behind you when you are able to whiz through your ballot this June, because YOU attended the City Democratic Club’s SF DCCC Candidate Speed Dating Party!
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, here’s the drill – come to the Japanese Cultural Community Center on February 18th at 7:30 where you will get to enter the line up of candidates and spend 2 minutes with each one before the bell rings to send you off to your next “date.” By the end of the evening, you get to decide who you have fallen in love with and who deserves your vote this June.
We will be joined by members of the Asian Pacific Democratic Club, the District 5 Democratic Club and possibly more clubs.
Anxiety at the June voting booth gone? Check.
The envy of all your friends? Check.
See you February 18th!
DCCC Speed Dating
with City Democratic Club, Asian Pacific Democratic Club and District 5 Democratic Club
When: Thursday, February 18, 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Where: Japanese Cultural Community Center, 1840 Sutter Street, between Webster St. and Buchanan St.
Park in the Japan Center Garage or take the 3/22/38 Muni lines.
The City Democratic Club, now in our fourth decade, is one of San Francisco‘s longest established Democratic organizations. We are dedicated to careful review and analysis of issues important to San Francisco voters from a balanced, good-government perspective. The club strives to maintain a balanced and pragmatic endorsement process in order to inform San Francisco voters on issues and candidates.
The Asian Pacific Democratic Club is dedicated to increasing API voters, encouraging awareness of issues, and mobilizing around causes for the community in the San Francisco Bay Area. We welcome all members, including those of non-API descent.
The District 5 Democratic Club works to empower voters in San Francisco‘s District 5 neighborhoods of Alamo Square, Cathedral Hill, Cole Valley, Fillmore, Haight-Ashbury, Hayes Valley, Lower Haight, Inner Sunset, Japan Town, North of the Panhandle, and Western Addition. We focus on voter registration, education, and engagement, plus collaborating with other Democratic Clubs in San Francisco.
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