Calendar of Events

TUES FEB 18  Last Day to Register to Vote in the Primary Election – After this date, you may still register and vote provisionally at your County Elections office on any day, and at any voting place on Election Day. No Party Preference voters may request a ballot for the Democratic Primary without re-registering; all other party affiliates must re-register as Dems if they wish to vote in the March 3 Democratic Primary.

TUES FEB 18  6 PM LWV Candidate Forum: Audrey Denney and Congressional District 1 candidates; Old City Hall, Redding 

THURS FEB 20 6 PM Community Film & Discussion: “Always in Season,” with moderator Myriam Kalmogho and panelists Jonathan Freeman & Chris Rodrigues; Redding Library Community Room

THURS FEB 27  6PM – Black History Forum, Eddie McAllister, moderator, Shasta College Student Center

SAT FEB 29  1 PM – GOTV Day of Action – 900 Locust St., Redding

MON MARCH 2  6 pm DCCSC Executive Board meeting, 900 Locust St., Redding

TUES MARCH 3   CALIFORNIA PRIMARY ELECTION

MON MARCH 9  6 pm Monthly DCCSC Membership Meeting, 900 Locust St., Redding

SUN MARCH 15  1:30 PM Women’s History Month, Film “Suffragettes,” Redding Library

MON MARCH 16  6 PM 3rd MONDAY ISSUES FORUM: Citizens Climate Lobby: Carbon Capture, 900 Locust St., Redding

SAT MARCH 21  10AM – 2 PM – Precinct Leader Training – Potluck Lunch – 900 Locust St., Redding

THURS MARCH 26  6 PM – Audrey Denney Spaghetti Dinner  Methodist Church, 1825 East St., Redding

SUN MARCH 29 2PM  Roy Zimmerman in Concert  Redding Library Community Room, 1100 Parkview, Redding

MON APRIL 6  6 pm DCCSC Executive Board meeting, 900 Locust St., Redding

MON APRIL 13  6 pm Monthly DCCSC Membership Meeting, 900 Locust St., Redding

THURS MAY 7  6 PM – Elizabeth Betancourt Spaghetti Dinner  Methodist Church, 1825 East St., Redding

VOTE FOR THESE DEMS on MARCH 3, 2020!

• PAMELA SWARTZ •

• ELIZABETH BETANCOURT •

• AUDREY DENNEY •

• JANICE POWELL •

 

 

Pamela Swartz – State Senate District 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth Betancourt – Assembly District 1

BETANCOURTFORASSEMBLY.COM

 

 

 

 

 

Audrey Denney – CA Congressional Dist. 1

 

 

Janice Powell – Shasta County Supervisorial District 4

 

 

 

 

 

NO ONE IS ABOVE THE LAW

 

On December 17, Redding turned out 300 strong for a nationwide Impeachment Rally. The local protest was organized by members of the Democratic Central Committee of Shasta County.

On December 18, 2019, Congress passed 2 articles of Impeachment on abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

The DCCSC supports our Democratic representatives in Congress for their principled and courageous acts in defense of the Constitution of the United States.

Statement in Support of Impeachment

The Democratic Central Committee adopted a resolution on September 9, 2019 favoring an impeachment inquiry. The resolution states that among other lawless acts, the President “expressed intent to collaborate with foreign countries during the 2020 elections; and continues repeated flagrant and repeated violations of the emolument’s clause and his personal enrichment from foreign governments during his presidency.”

The Committee sent the message to lawmakers in Washington, citing evidence of conduct it views as intolerable in a country’s chief executive.  At the time, Democratic Central Committee Chair Diane Kinyon wrote: “Impeachment is a long procedural process which may not result in removal prior to 2020, but we feel it is important to take a stand against the continued callousness and corruption of this administration.”

Click below for full text of the Resolution:

DCCSC Resolution #1 – 2019

 

Youth Climate Strike!

 

 

YOUTH CLIMATE STRIKE IN REDDING!

A protest in front of Redding City Hall on Friday, September 20 was led by students from “Chrysalis Catalyst for Change,”  and drew several hundred supporters, including student activists and speakers.

They are making their voices heard on climate issues!

Let your legislators know: we won’t stop fighting to save our planet.

 

WATCH GRETA THUNBERG’S CALL TO ACTION NOW!

 

DCCSC Resolution on Impeachment Inquiry

Statement in Support of an Impeachment Inquiry

On Monday, September 9, 2019, the Democratic Central Committee of Shasta County voted to send a resolution to the US Congress endorsing an impeachment inquiry into the conduct of President Donald Trump. The Committee sent a message to lawmakers in Washington, citing evidence of conduct it views as intolerable in a country’s chief executive. “Impeachment is a long procedural process which may not result in removal prior to 2020, but we feel it is important to take a stand against the continued callousness and corruption of this administration,” said Democratic Central Committee Chair Diane Kinyon. “Voters should know that elections have consequences, and that there are rational and positive alternatives to the challenges we face.”

Click below for full text of the Resolution:

Sign the Redding Tree Ordinance Petition!

Let our city planners and council members know we want improved guidelines for preserving our native trees.

Click here to sign the petition on-line, or get more information:

www.ecoshasta.org

Audrey for Congress 2020!

 

Audrey for Congress 2020! 

Our Redding Kick-off was a great success!

Please check out Audrey’s website, and DONATE!

AUDREYFORCONGRESS.COM