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Club Members Advocate for Gun Safety Laws

Several club members recently attended the annual Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America Advocacy Day in Sacramento. The event drew more than 250 Moms supporters from throughout the state, in spite of wet weather. The event kicked off with a rally on the State Capitol’s West Steps and featured key speakers who discussed important new gun safety legislation. These included State Senator Anthony Portantino, co-author of SB-2, which restricts concealed carry firearms in public areas, and Assemblymember Jesse Gabriel, author of AB-28, which imposes a tax on firearm and ammunition sales in CA to fund violence intervention and prevention programs. Moms members also met with more than 75 legislators, including our district’s Senator Catherine Blakespear, a gun safety champion.

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Moms Demand Action supporters meet with Senator Catherine Blakespear (center in jacket) at the CA State Capitol.

Interfaith Receives ENCDC Donations

The Encinitas and North Coast Democratic Club recently sponsored a donation drive to assist San Diego County’s Interfaith Community Services, and the Rapid Response Network. with clothing and personal care items for asylum seekers often left stranded by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Club members delivered more than 20 large bags of warm clothing for men, women and children, along with hygiene products, to the Interfaith Community Services location in Escondido.

Interfaith Community Services is a landmark philanthropic organization that has provided a comprehensive range of community support services for more than 40 years. Just within the last year they have assisted more than 19,000 people with on-site services and through a volunteer network.

The Interfaith Center in Escondido is a hub of activity with kitchen and dining hall, access to showers, laundry, mail and phone services, in addition to meetings with case managers offering job and life counseling, financial guidance and goal setting. 

Interfaith’s three Homeless Outreach Teams have helped find shelter for North County individuals, families and veterans, and a Comprehensive Recovery and Wellness Program provides residential treatment, detoxification, outpatient and sober living services. The center’s Employment & Economic Development case managers and job training services help individuals secure employment and achieve financial independence.

Interfaith also sponsors a Transitional Youth Academy that provides support for low income students at risk of not graduating.

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Interfaith Community Services staffers Mary Ferro (left) and Mitchell Snow (right) receive donations from ENCDC member Nancy Hardwick

 Encinitas Oktoberfest 2022

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The Encinitas and North Coast Democratic Club joined hundreds of local families at the popular Encinitas Oktoberfest 2022. The club sponsored a booth where Democratic candidates and club members greeted visitors, and handed out campaign signs and literature. Voters were engaged and ready to support our Dem candidates in the Mid-Term Election.

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Club members join CA State Assemblymember

Tasha Boerner-Horvath.

Club members with Francine Busby of Congressman Mike Levin’s campaign.

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Club member Ed McFadd with Superior Court Judge candidate Rebecca Kanter.

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