Proposed Bylaws changes and the 2019 slate of officers are available and will be voted on at the October 3 General Meeting.
The September/October edition of the newsletter is available.
Although corrected in the posted newsletter, an earlier issue of the Rossmoor Democrats incorrectly listed the October 17 event as a Thursday. That has been corrected to Wednesday, October 17.
Save the Date
Only major events are listed below. See the calendar for additional events and details. Check Democratic Clubs' Events and Political Events for other activities. A full list of all of our organizational meetings is also available.
October 3, Wednesday — Vote with the League by the Diablo Valley League of Women Voters
4:00 p.m. in the Gateway Fireside Room. Proposed Bylaws changes and the 2019 slate of officers will be voted on. Please arrive by 4 p.m. so that we can count for a quorum.
October 11, Thursday — SOLD OUT — Special Dinner Event with Michael McFaul, Obama ambassador to Russia
5:00 p.m. social; 5:45 p.m. dinner; 7:00 p.m. speaker at the Event Center. Cost $40 per person. Co-sponsored by the DoR and the Rossmoor Stanford Club. DoR reservations are sold out.
October 17, Wednesday — General Meeting (note day of week change) with David McCuan on election predictions
6:00 p.m. social and town square / 7:00 p.m. speaker at the Event Center
Want to help?
Read about our phone and text banks on the Event Calendar. Text Counts for the 25 weeks since we started tracking: 580,288 texts with a high of 105,266 in one week and 36 texters. Our September focus will be on volunteers to fill phone and text bank events across the U.S. The October focus will be on voters to Get Out The Vote.
The Democrats of Rossmoor Club was established in 1966. Chartered by the Democratic Party of Contra Costa County Central Committee, we are the largest Democratic club in California. With over 800 members, we are also the largest sanctioned club in the active senior community of Rossmoor in Walnut Creek, California.
We are an activist, non-PAC organization committed to:
Providing educational forums for our members that include speakers, workshops, live satellite feeds, and other activities
Supporting local, state, and national Democratic candidates through phone and texting banks, get-out-the-vote efforts, and speaker events
Supporting programs that further Democratic principles, including projects to support public education, voter registration, and political activism
Offering other forums throughout the year for members to study issues, share ideas, and gather together for fun and fellowship, both within Rossmoor and with other Democratic clubs in central Contra Costa County
Our club thrives because members discover personal and social satisfaction working with other capable Democrats to support causes and candidates. We also derive satisfaction from working actively to get our country back on the road to peace, prosperity, affordable heath care, and protection of the environment.