Please join us for our monthly club meeting August 25th at 312 Webster St. in West Sac!
River City Democratic Club faced off against Democratic club teams from Sacramento County on Saturday, September 14th in the Annual DPSC Bowling Tournament and came away with the top prize. The event was held at Capitol Bowl, 900 W Capitol Ave in West Sacramento, and the RCDC team successfully defended their home turf thanks to score-leader Mark Johannessen. Rounding out the RCDC team were Carlos Alcala, Norma Alcala, and Diane Henning.
The Annual DPSC Bowling Tournament is an opportunity for Democrats from around the Sacramento area to have fun and raise a little money in a friendly competition between chartered Democratic clubs. For two years in a row, RCDC has been the only club from Yolo County to participate. Coming away with the top prize of the tournament was a pleasant way to punctuate a dynamic year for RCDC in which we have collaborated more closely than ever with Sacramento Democrats - many of whom now share the same political districts with West Sacramento.
RCDC will be holding a its River City Garage Sale on Saturday, September 7th from 8AM to noon. Located at 312 Webster Street, just off Jefferson Boulevard in West Sacramento, a few blocks south of the I-80 Freeway, River City Garage Sale will feature loads of quality clothing, furniture, toys, housewares and more! There will also be free lemonade for visitors and a table for voter registration, too.
So, whether you're a loyal Democrat, or just a smart shopper, bring family and friends and come find a bargain or a treasure at RCDC's River City Garage Sale!
Members of River City Democratic Club proudly represented West Sacramento Democrats at this year's Democratic Convention, held April 12th through 14th at the Sacramento Convention Center.
As the party begins a new era of leadership in California government, facing issues from water policy to social justice, gun control to balanced budgets, the launching of a new health care exchange system and environmental, energy, education and transit policy challenges that must be managed and addressed, it is of crucial importance that everyday people become more aware and involved in the political process. Our state and our community will prosper or struggle based on our political decisions, and it is through direct participation in our democracy that Californians, and West Sacramentans, can ensure that those issues and challenges before us are informed by the voices of our friends and neighbors - not just wealthy special interest groups.
California Democrats had a great year last year, and 2013 is shaping up to be even better. With a Democratic supermajority in the state Legislature, a Democratic governor who has balanced our budget and is looking at surpluses in future years, and a slate of big "to do's" on the party agenda, now is an exciting time to be Democrat in the the Golden State!
This year's State Democratic Convention is sure to thrill, and it's being held nearby at the Sacramento Convention Center, April 12th-14th. By turning out in record numbers, West Sacramento Democrats ensured at the recent AD-7 Assembly Delegate Election Meeting that our city is being represented this year by two RCDC members: Norma Alcala and Don Stauffer. What's more, several of our club members and West Sacramento residents will also be attending as delegates from the Yolo County Democratic Party. Cheers to all our delegates and RCDC's rising presence at the state party level!