First Vice Chair/42nd AD Vice Chair
Mary Ann Andreas
Correspondence Secretary/56th AD Vice Chair
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Welcome to Riverside County Democratic Central Committee!
California Democrats State Convention
It’s a wrap! Thank you to all of you who joined us for the 2013 California Democrats State Convention. It was a great success and we can’t wait to see you all again for the next one in Los Angeles March 7-9, 2014.
View convention speeches and more at
View the newly elected Party Officers
There are 3 Special Elections taking place next month. You’ll find election dates and endorsed candidates as follows:
SD 32 – May 14th, California Democratic Party endorsed candidate is Norma Torres
SD 16 –May 21st, California Democratic Party endorsed candidate is Leticia Perez
AD 80 – May 21st, California Democratic Party endorsed candidate is Lorena Gonzalez
If you haven’t heard why you should join DEM 2014 take a look at why Vice Chair Alex Rooker, Vice Chair Eric Bauman and Assembly Member Reginald Jones Sawyer Sr. think you should join. Pay close attention for Controller Hilary Crosby's dazzling performance. Sign up today at www.cadem.org/dem2014.
Congressman and physician Raul Ruiz comes home to Palm Springs to treat constituents and patients. Read more...
Rep. Mark Takano joined Rep. Steny Hoyer at a press conference on Wednesday, April 10th to unveil this years “Make It In America” plan. The legislation that he has introduced is called the Job Skills for America’s Students Act and it encourages employers and educational institutions to work together to create a workforce for the future. "We must close the skills-gap and we must make training affordable and effective" said Rep.Takano.
Your story could help us reform immigration
Our immigration system is broken, and in the weeks ahead, pushing for reform will be one of our top priorities. To accomplish that goal, we'll need your support. We've already heard from people from across the country -- like Ramona, whose parents immigrated here in 1920 and helped to build the New York subway system: "My father, like so many other immigrants, helped to build this country and its economy," she said. "We all have come from someplace else if we go back far enough and, as you said Mr. President, 'we've always been better off for it.'" The United States is a nation of immigrants, and so almost all of us have an immigration story. As we prepare for the debate ahead, we want to hear yours. We'll use the information you share to put a face on this conversation in Washington -- and make sure that the perspective of individual Americans is part of the policy discussion. Share your immigration story today and be part of this debate: http://www.whitehouse.gov/issues/immigration/stories?utm_source=immigrationemail&utm_medium=text1&utm_campaign=immigration.
Dr. Raul Ruiz introduced his first bill in Congress on Tuesday, April 9, 2013. Keeping and creating jobs in our region is one of his top priorities in Congress. His bill will do that by providing incentives for global investors and businesses to create high-quality, well-paying jobs in the 36th District and in the U.S. Learn more: http://1.usa.gov/152gfks.
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