Ben Ray always says, “When we work together, we win together,” and this year was proof! New Mexico Democrats worked HARD and more New Mexicans voted in this election than any previous midterm election. Now it’s time to celebrate YOU and what we accomplished together because we’re just getting started!
The Congressman will be in attendance at this event to thank the volunteers who worked tirelessly to get out the vote. Seasonal refreshments provided (hot cider, hot chocolate, biscochitos, and other delicious snacks).
SANTA FE COUNTY FEDERATION OF
FESTIVE ANNUAL GENERAL/HOLIDAY MEETING
BUSINESS, POLITICS, CAROLING, MERRIMENT
DINNER TO FOLLOW
Non-renewed Member or Guest $25.00
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2018
1616 OLD PECOS TRAIL
PLEASE RSVP by DECEMBER 12th
to: Louella Hardin firstname.lastname@example.org or
MEMBERS WISHING TO SHARE, BRING A BOTTLE OF WINE
Donations will be collected for
Casa Familia Homeless Shelter and Solace Crisis Center
We will be collecting gently used coats, clothing, new underwear, sheets, pillows, blankets, suitcases, toiletries and/or a check payable to Casa Familia or Solace Crisis Center (formerly Esperanza).
Are you a Democrat who supports the National Popular Vote? Then mark your calendar:
National Popular Vote planning meeting
Saturday, December 15, 2:00 – 4:00 pm
La Farge Public Library, Community Room
1730 Llano Street (off St. Michael’s Drive), Santa Fe
Earlier this year the Democratic Party of Santa Fe County officially adopted a party platform consisting of 23 separate planks, the responsibility for which is divided among six subcommittees that currently are in the process of forming.
The Campaign Finance Reform, Elections, and Ethics Subcommittee is one of the party’s six new organizational structures and includes explicit support for New Mexico’s National Popular Vote bill, which will guarantee the U.S. presidency to the candidate who receives the most popular votes in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
One of this subcommittee’s first tasks is to not only invite party members to join the subcommittee as such but to take advantage of the existing National Popular Vote efforts already underway in order to help pass the bill during the upcoming 2019 legislative session.
To this end, you are invited to a December 15 planning meeting that will specifically focus on the National Popular Vote and how we can best support it.
To familiarize yourself with the National Popular Vote, consult the National Popular Vote-New Mexico website: www.nationalpopularvotenm.org