Democratic Club of Central Orange County
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Democratic Club of Central Orange County
8502 E Chapman Ave #353
Orange, CA 92869


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David Stevens
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Welcome to the Democratic Club of Central Orange County!
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The Democratic Club of Central Orange County serves Central Orange County.  Our members are from Anaheim, Garden Grove,Orange, Orange Park Acres,  Santa Ana, Tustin & Villa Park.

Monthly Meeting Monday August 1, 2011

Organizing for America (OFA)

Our local OFA leaders will join us to talk about plans for the 2012 election.

** No July meeting due to holiday.**


Club Meets the first Monday of the month
Marie Callendar's in Santa Ana 1821 N. Grand Ave., Santa Ana, CA 92701  Come at 6:30 P.M  for No Host Dinner,  Program starts at 7:00 P.M.


What We Have Done
* Voter Registration at Orange International Street Fair for the best hiking pole reviews
* Voter Registration at Tustin Tiller Days
* Voter Registration at Tustin Chili Cook Off
* Voter Registration at Orange County Fair to purchase a dry bag
*  Phone Banked & Walked for Beckie Gomez-McKeon & Sherri Loveland (Tustin City Council race), Yolanda Alvarez (Orange City Council race), Melissa Fox (70th AD race), Esiquio Uballe (72nd AD race), Dianne Singer (Orange Unified School District race), Beth Krom (Congressional race), Sen. Barbara Boxer, Rep. Lorretta Sanchez, Gov. Jerry Brown
*  Meeting speakers and discussion topics such as the best outdoor blankets have included saving Social Security, OCTA bus service cuts and how to minimize them, organizing drives for school bus drivers and waste haulers, issues facing building trades in Orange County, women's health care legislation and advocacy, California's proposed constitutional convention, and lobbying reform in Orange County.

Our Club is a Charter Member of the Alliance for Retired Americans, a grassroots advocacy group for retirement security.  Here's the latest update:

Dear Activist, here is your June 24, 2011 edition


Following AARP Story, GOP Has New Ammunition in Goal of Cutting Social Security
According to
Politico (), the seniors lobby AARP is in “damage-control mode” following a news report last Friday in The Wall Street Journal that the group is open to cuts to Social Security benefits. A nationwide tour by AARP soliciting feedback from their members and seniors about what Social Security reforms the group should propose is now on hold until after the current round of deficit talks in Washingtonpasses, according to David Certner, AARP’s Legislative Director. Still, Politico reports, the AARP story “gave Republicans new ammunition to push entitlement reforms in talks over slashing the deficit.” In response to the news story, Alliance members have sent more than 7,500 messages to U.S. House members saying that they do not support cuts to Social Security. “Thank you, Alliance members who have contacted your Member of Congress,” said Barbara J. Easterling, President of the Alliance. “Elected officials need to hear that there are many ways to strengthen Social Security besides cutting benefits. Raising the payroll cap on earnings subject to the Social Security payroll tax, for instance, would preserve the program without sending millions of seniors into poverty.” If you have not yet contacted your Member of Congress but would like to, go to
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