The Palos Verdes Democrats was founded in 1952.
Since then, we have remained an active participant in both local
and national politics.
Our monthly meetings often feature guest speakers who address
current political or social issues. Special events include
opportunities to meet our elected local, state, or national
representatives, as well as events where candidates for office can
be seen and heard.
***NOTE: This is not our
April Meeting: Sunday, April 13, 2014
Location: Peninsula Center Library
Immigration Reform with a Focus on
We will hear from two speakers on the topic of immigration
Maria Elena Martinez
is on the editorial
board of Tribuno del Pueblo, a "national bilingual publication
that brings together the many voices of the leaders in the
battlefronts for immigration reform, education, health care,
against foreclosures, and many others. We also bring you the
voices of those who aspire and fight for a different world,
where want, deprivation, discrimination and oppression no
is a student leader at El
Camino Compton Center where his fellow students elected him to
the Compton Community College Board.
Finally, we will hear from a Democratic candidate for judge in
upcoming judicial elections.
Ted Lieu for Congress
South District Headquarters Grand Opening: Sunday, April 6,
Time: 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Location: Arjay Plaza, 23211 Hawthorne Blvd,
Torrance, CA 90505
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