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We are two combined California Congressional Districts working with Sister District Project to help flip red seats to blue! Our main focus is on State elections in historically red states outside Calfiornia, but we also work in our own blue state to support blue congressional candidates take red seats. See below for ways to help out!
Sister District Sacramento has established the following teams: We're all volunteers and we welcome your help in planning and carrying out our activities. Please contact us if you're interested - we'd love to have you join us! Click the blue button in the upper right.
For Sister District Sacramento, we hold open monthly meetings on the 4th Saturday. Below are dates and locations with tentative agenda. CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES ON MEETING DATES, TOPICS, AND LOCATIONS.
Let's build on the momentum of the Women’s March! Come hear Tracie Stafford, Democratic primary candidate for Assembly District 9 (Elk Grove, Galt, Lodi, South Sacramento), speak on the issues facing new political candidates for state offices. Write postcards for Sister District's voter study. Sylvan Oaks Library, 6700 Auburn Blvd, Citrus Heights
RSVP on Eventbrite 2020 Kick-Off - Meet a Local Candidate and Write Some Postcards!
9-11 am (before the march) - Look for the Sister District table at Southside Park.
Join us to watch "Suppressed: The Fight to Vote" - a 37-minutedocumentary about voter suppression in Georgia, including an introduction from Sister District Executive Director Rita Bosworth. Write postcards for Sister District's voter study. Colonial Heights Public Library, 4799 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento
Write postcards for SDP voter study (treats and updates!) North Natomas Public Library, 4660 Via Ingoglia St, Sacramento
Introduction of 2020 candidates we'll help "sister" to win in state legislatures. North Natomas Public Library, 4660 Via Ingoglia St, Sacramento
How gerrymandering works: the process and the consequences for voter suppression, racial discrimination, and voter disenfranchisement – and what to do about it! Elk Grove Public Library, 8900 Elk Grove Blvd, Elk Grove
Oct 31 - Nov 3 – GET OUT THE VOTE