Teams forming NOW for City Council endorsements
If you want to volunteer for being on the endorsement team for your city council, please contact email@example.com. The Sierra Club conducts endorsement interviews in Aug for the November 2015 elections. Here is a list of cities and other districts with elections this Nov.
You’re invited to a house party for the Loma Prieta Chapter - Aug. 28th @ 7-9pm
Meet your friends and other like minded people while supporting our local political advocacy.
|Join us on Aug 28th 7-9 PM|
Our guest speaker, Santa Clara Councilmember Dominic Caserta will deliver us an insider's view on the current environmental issues in Santa Clara like water conservation, and climate.
Funds raised are used for printing and mailing our 2015 "Election Insight" newsletter - a guide to best environmental leaders running for office this fall.
Requested donation is $100 , but lesser amounts are accepted. If you can’t come but would like still to make a gift, please do. You can use the same payment form shown below.
The house party is hosted by Santa Clara activist and Sierra Club member Suds
When : Friday, August 28th, 7-9pm
Requested donation is $100.
Appetizers and beverages will be provided.
Questions? Please contact Justyna Guterman 650-390-9484, email firstname.lastname@example.org
All donations support our critical political advocacy, like publishing the Election Insights newsletter, and are non tax-deductible.
Why join Loma Prieta Political Committee?
Are you concerned about conservation, habitat protection, and energy policy? Do you have an interest in politics? Do you want laws that protect our environment? Do you want laws that protect public involvement in the political process? If so... Join the Loma Prieta Sierra Club Political Committee and help elect environmentally friendly candidates! We endorse and support environmental candidates for local, state, and Congressional races as well as lobbies elected officials on Sierra Club priority issues. We focus on races that of interest to our volunteers and important for the environment in San Mateo, Santa Clara, and San Benito Counties.