Please note the citizenship training workshop has been moved to Thursday, October 12th. We still need volunteers to assist !
This event is the Executive Board meetings of the Democrats of Greater Riverside. These meetings are open to all paid members. These meetings are for planning the General Meetings of the DGR and to organize support for local Democratic candidates and policies.
E-Board meetings are on the first Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Hacienda Room of La Casa Ortega and will follow parliamentary procedure.
If you have any items you would like added to the agenda, please email DGR 24 hours before the meeting.
7:00 pm Call to Order and Welcome by Presiding Officer
7:05 pm Roll Call / Determination of a Quorum
7:10 pm Approval of Agenda
7:12 pm Reading and acceptance of minutes from the prior April meeting
Officer Reports (please keep Officer reports to around three to five minutes and save any motions for new business):
7:15 pm President’s Report – Greg McKinley-Powell:
7:17 pm Vice President’s report – Charlene McKinley-Powell
7:21 pm Secretary’s report – OPEN
7:24 pm Treasurer’s Report – Deb Bennett
7:30 pm: Membership Development – Steve Ivanovich
7:33 pm: Finance – Ryan Borunda
7:36 pm: Communications – Christine Roberts
7:39 pm: Elections – Brenda Bell
7:42 pm: Policy and Research – Robert Melsh
7:45 pm: Rules – Bonnie McFarland
7:48 pm: Audit – Mark Hannessee
7:51 pm: Other Standing or Special Committees: Senior Issues Special Committee – Phyllis Purcell
8:00 pm: Discuss program for the next General Meeting
8:45: Announcements –
8:45 pm: Adjournment – Next E-Board Meeting will be on the first Tuesday of the following month; Next General Meeting is on the third Thursday of this month.
We’re supporting this event put-on by the Sister District Project, CA-41,Riverside.
A variety of handmade crafts and holiday items will be available.
This is also a fundraising event in support of Sister District campaigns for the Virginia House of Delegates. Winning auction bids will go to Democratic contenders Kathleen Murphy,District 34, and Mike Mullin, District 93.
Sister District is an organization started in California following the 2016 election. It is a way for Californians in “blue districts” to support Democratic candidates who have a good chance of taking back legislatures in other states. The purpose is to rectify the Republican gerrymandering which has skewed voting districts to favor Republican candidates.
DGR is going to be hosting citizenship classes as part of our efforts to engage with the community and help people.
We’ll need 7 volunteers for this event. Please leave a comment if you are able to volunteer.