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The Los Angeles County Young Democrats are dedicated to empowering young people to engage in the democratic process through education, opportunity and action in order to strengthen our influence in politics and policies that affect our lives.
2012 Executive Board
Vice President, Programming
Vice President, Communications
Vice President, Administration
Antonio Villaraigosa, Jr.
Annual Softball Game
Sunday, July 8
Van Nuys / Sherman Oaks Park
For the last six years, the Los Angeles County Young Democrats have played our neighbors to the north, the San Fernando Valley Young Democrats, in a friendly (but usually competitive) game of softball. This year, the annual softball game will also serve as the kickoff event for the Summer LACYD Voter Registration Drive!
Please join us for a fun day. Softball-players and spectators are all welcome!
In addition to hosting a family-friendly picnic and softball game, where you will be able to meet your fellow young Democrats (as well as a variety of elected officials and candidates), we will be handing out voter registration cards to all LACYD members in attendance. After going out into their neighborhoods to register new voters, LACYD members will be able to return completed cards for a free ticket to LACYD’s night at the ballpark in mid-July (information about the game will be available soon).
Please send any questions about the game or Voter Registration Drive to LACYD President David Graham-Caso at email@example.com.
Thank you! We look forward to seeing you on Sunday, July 8!
Annual LACYD vs. SFVYD Softball
Sunday, July 8, 2012
10:00am – Picnic
11am – Softball Game
Van Nuys/Sherman Oaks Park
14201 Huston Street
Poll: Young Voters Look to
Los Angeles County Young Democrats
2012 LACYD Laurel Awards
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
July 25, 2012
12601 Mulholland Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
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LACYD-Endorsed Candidates Triumph in June 5 Primary Elections
38 of 40 LACYD-Backed Candidates Qualify for Runoff Elections
After hosting a series of four regional endorsement meetings to issue endorsements in more than 40 Los Angeles County-area races, the membership of the Los Angeles County Young Democrats voted to back a series of excellent candidates in the June 5 Statewide Primary Election.
Voters throughout the County followed LACYD’s lead, and a staggering 95% of the candidates endorsed by LACYD qualified for the November 6 runoff.
See Who Will Advance to the November 6 Runoff Elections on LACYD’s “Our Issues and Endorsements” Page.
A Message from Los Angeles County Democratic Party Chair Eric Bauman
***Social Media Action Item***
(the following message was sent to Los Angeles County Democrats on June 19)
Dear Fellow Democrat —
I’m proud of President Obama’s historic announcement ending the deportations of young undocumented immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children and providing them a method to apply for a permit to work.
Finally, these young people can stop living in the shadows and can now pursue the American Dream – a dream they grew up believing in and aspiring to achieve.
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Moments like this make the countless hours we all spend working to elect Democrats in California and across our country worth it.
Thank you for standing with the Democratic Party and President Obama in the fight to ensure equality and justice for all.
Eric C. Bauman
Chair, Los Angeles County Democratic Party
Vice-Chair, California Democratic Party
Event Invitation: Obama for America, Friday, June 29
Join Obama for America and Gen44 for an evening reception with supporters like you in Los Angeles.
Obama Victory Fund 2012 – Gen44 Evening Reception
Harper Reed – OFA Chief Technology Officer
David Simas – Director of Opinion Research
Mitch Stewart – Battleground States Director
Address provided upon RSVP
Los Angeles, CA
Friday, June 29, 2012
Jared Leto – Event Chair
To attend, please RSVP here: https://donate.barackobama.com/page/contribute/o2012-June29LosAngelesGen44Party?custom1=1519067
Thank you for your interest and involvement in the Los Angeles County Young Democrats.