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Shasta Dems Host CD1 Candidates’ Forum

"When I tell you I'm going to deliver for this district on fire, please trust me, and vote me out if I don't. But don't trust Doug, because he's had 10 years, and he hasn't done it."— Max Steiner On Monday, May 23, North State voters had their only opportunity to size...

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Meet Candidate Max Steiner!

Meet Candidate Max Steiner!

The Shasta Dems are hosting a a Meet 'n Greet for congressional candidate Max Steiner Monday, May 23, 2022, 6-8 pm at the Redding Labor Hall, 900 Locust St., Redding, 96001. A fifth-generation Californian, Max was born and...

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Adam Schiff in Shasta Full Broadcast March 20, 2022

Adam Schiff in Shasta Full Broadcast March 20, 2022

Adam Schiff in Shasta Full Broadcast March 20, 2022 Max Steiner, Candidate for CA Congressional District 1, Rep. Adam Schiff, Dr. Kermit Jones, Candidate for CD3, and comic musician Lauren Mayer appeared at the Shasta Dems Conversation with Adam Schiff in March 2022....

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Shasta Dems Present: Adam Schiff!

On Sunday March 20 from 3-5 pm the Shasta Dems present “A Conversation with Rep. Adam Schiff,” live, with Special Guests: April Verrett, Controller of the California Democratic Party and President of SEIU2015; Max Steiner, Congressional Candidate for CA CD1, and local...

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Belle Starr Sandwith Running for AD1

Belle Starr Sandwith Running for AD1

Belle Starr Sandwith, a Sierra County Democrat from Loyalton, is running for Assembly District 1! AD1 spans 11 counties from Siskiyou and Modoc in the north, along the Sierra-Cascades—including Shasta and Lassen—all the way south to Amador and Alpine counties. Belle...

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Good Trouble on MLK Day

"Celebrating MLK Day" By Nancy Alvord The Shasta Dems were out in full force to celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr’s birthday on Monday, January 17. This year’s theme was “It Starts with Me”, a celebration of equality that took place from 8a-12p; wrapping up with a...

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Civil Rights Movement – Striving for Equality

When John F. Kennedy became president in 1961, African Americans throughout much of the South were denied the right to vote, barred from public facilities, subjected to insults and violence, and could not expect justice from the courts. In the North, black Americans...

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SPOTLIGHT: Shasta Equal Justice Coalition

SPOTLIGHT: Shasta Equal Justice CoalitionBy SCDCC Chair Jenny Abbe After the murder of George Floyd in 2020, and following national and local protests against police brutality and racial inequality, a group of Shasta County citizens came together to address the...

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