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Immigration Reform Town Hall with Rep. Karen Bass – Saturday, July 27th @ 10AM

http://immigrationtownhall.eventbrite.com

RSVP today to join the office of Congresswoman Karen Bass for a community meeting and resource fair to discuss the future of Comprehensive Immigration Reform and what it means for Los Angeles. Currently, lawmakers in Washington are working to craft a final agreement to fix the broken immigration system. This is your opportunity to share experiences that help inform the process as well as learn more about the various proposals being put forward.

Register To Vote Online

Recently, the California Secretary of State has launched a brand-new online voter registration tool, making voter registration ever simpler.  For the first time, Californians can register to vote online.  Click here to access the online voter registration tool now.

Please register by October 22, 2012 to be eligible to vote in the November election.

Obama/Biden Campaign Site Opens in CD-10

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For Immediate Release   
September 19, 2012

Contact: Lynn Jeter
323-933-8007 
lajass@att.net 

NEW LOS ANGELES OBAMA/BIDEN CAMPAIGN SITE
GRAND OPENING
WEDNESDAY, SEPT 26TH

WHO:

Announcing the grand opening of resource, voter registration, and re-election center forPresident Obama and Vice President Biden

WHAT: 

The location is intended to serve as a neighborhood site for voter registration, phone bank for Obama/Biden re-election, and a dispatch center for transportation to the voting polls.

WHERE: 

1904 5th Avenue, Los Angeles California 90018

                  WHEN:

Wednesday, Sept. 26th, 2012
7:00 PM to 9:30 PM
All Media Welcome

For additional information please contact Lynn at Lynn Allen Jeter & Associates at (323) 933-8007 or via email at lajass@att.net.

33rd Congressional Council

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Dear Neighbor,

In a strong democracy, communication and transparency are essential. That’s why I’d like to invite you to become a member of the 33rd Congressional Council, a group that will advise me on important issues affecting our community. As a member of the California Assembly, I created the AD47 People’s Council, which helped to highlight the needs of our community and allowed our constituents to access key decision makers in Sacramento. Now I would like to continue our efforts as a member of the House of Representatives by launching a new advisory council for the 33rd Congressional District.

Please join us for the inaugural meeting of the 33rd Congressional Council and help me take your voice to Washington D.C.

RSVP Online:

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Event Details

WHAT: 33rd Congressional Council
WHEN: Saturday, June 4th from 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.
WHERE: Wilton Place Elementary School, 745 South Wilton Place, LA 90005 map

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Why Me?

I’ve sent you this invitation because I feel your work in our community plays an important role and your voice should be heard in Washington. 

How Can I Help? Share This With Our Community!

Do you know someone who would be a great member of our Council? Tell them! Our sucess is dependent upon participation from our community, so I hope you’ll take a moment and share this with friends, family and neighbors. 

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I look forward to seeing you there!

Sincerely,

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Congresswoman Maxine Waters Hosts Urgent Community Meeting

Congresswoman Maxine Waters hosts an Urgent Community Meeting

Congresswoman Maxine Waters hosts
an Urgent Community Meeting

On the Impact Federal Budget Cuts Will Have on You and Your Family

Saturday, April 9, 2011

11:30a.m.
Jesse Owens Park
9651 S. Western Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90047
(corner of Century & Western)

H.R. 1 would drastically cut the following programs & more:

Head Start Housing for the Elderly Public Housing Housing for the Disabled Homeless Prevention Affordable Health Care After-School Programs Education Community Health Centers

Mental Health Services Family Preservation

Community Development Block Grants

Child Care

Job Training

Substance Abuse Treatment

W.I.C. (Women, Infants & Children)

Medical Research

State & Local Law Enforcement

Disease Prevention & Control

Low Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP)

Social Security Operations Community Reentry Program

…just to name a few!


For more information call (323) 757-8900

Want To Learn More About Your Congressional District?

Do you feel like you don’t really know what’s going on with your Federal government in Washington, DC?  What about your local Congressional District (CD33)?  Or what your local Congressmember (Rep. Karen Bass) is doing for your community, as well as our country?

Become informed.  Learn about what your elected officials are up to.  Find out how you can help if you want to.  With the internet, it’s now easier than ever to be knowledgeable.  Email and social networking gives all of us access to information (and our officials directly) more than ever before.

It’s really easy – just visit karenbass.house.gov and sign up for the electronic newsletter.  Our use the social networking details below.

  • You can become a fan of Karen Bass on Facebook by visiting facebook.com/repkarenbass.
  • You can follow Karen Bass (@repkarenbass) on Twitter by visiting twitter.com/repkarenbass.
  • OR you can just click on the links that are on her website, to be taken right there.
The power to learn about the decisions that affect you is in your hands.  Only you have the ability to really make things change.

Internship Opportunity With College Credit For High School Students

The Democratic Party is looking for volunteers to help them with their “get out the vote” campaign for this November’s elections… and they have a pretty sweet deal for students. You can get credit from school’s like USC for volunteering your time – plus it’s great experience for your resumes! They’ll provide letters to future employers, and other perks for students as well. Their office is just down Washington Blvd., near Western.

See the attached document for further details.

(Really anyone can volunteer – so if you’re interested, contact your MINC rep – Michael Sonntag – or the numbers on the flyers for more information.)