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DFA Link meeting – Rigged: The Voter Suppression Playbook

The DFA Link meeting on July 13, 2020, will feature a showing of the movie, “Rigged: The Voter Suppression Playbook”. The program begins at 7:00 PM.  Join the meeting a little early, so we can begin promptly. The meeting will held be held via Zoom. For details on joining the meeting, RSVP to johnddcsv@mac.com. Learn more …

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2020 Annual Goals

At our working meeting on January 27, 2020, the Dean Club set our Annual Goals for the coming year.  Members discussed the results of the December brainstorming session, categorized the goals, and prioritized the categories and their top goals. Ranked Goals are available at: 2020 Ranked Goals Categorized Goals are available at: 2020 Categorized Goals Results of …

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2018 Accomplishments

  The Dean Democratic Club of Silicon Valley did it again.  We are so proud of our 2018 accomplishments!  We are proud of all we’ve done and continue to do. The Dean Democratic Club continues to be one of the most active, involved Democratic clubs in Santa Clara County.

Don Mayall Memorial Fund

This special fund to support the Dean Democratic Club of Silicon Valley was established in September 2017, three months after Don’s passing (June 28,2017). You can contribute to the fund at: secure.actblue.com/donate/deanclub-mayall Don was a charter member of our club, having been, along with his wife Carolyn Curtis, an enthusiastic supporter of Howard Dean’s candidacy for …

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Water in the Platform

The 2016 draft state party platform was posted today at http://www.cadem.org/our-party/standing-committees/body/2016-CADEM-DRAFT-PLATFORM.pdf. It contains the following text: Water • Implement a comprehensive science-based water plan that includes managing each watershed (including groundwater) as a unified whole and upgrading the Delta levee system; • Fully protect all water sources from contamination and guarantee sufficient water for the …

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Dean Club on Social Media

Visit the Dean Club’s Facebook and Yahoo groups.  If you like what you see there, join the groups.  They’re a great way to stay connected with Dean Club activities.