Make a difference at the Bernie caucuses this Sunday!
Are you feeling helpless lately as you watch the establishment Democrats steamroll their way through the primary elections and caucuses?
Have you wished that there were something you could do?
You can make a big difference this Sunday afternoon: vote for our strong slate of candidates to be Bernie delegates at the Democratic National Convention.
You can be part of a Bernie Sanders caucus in San Rafael or Eureka, where we can elect delegates to the Democratic National Convention who'll fight for true democracy inside and outside the party.
Sunday, May 1
2:00 pm. (No one admitted after 3:00 pm.)
You may check in, vote and leave.
If you live in Congressional District 2 (represented by House member Jared Huffman), you can vote at either of these Bernie caucus locations:
The Coalition for Grassroots Progress urges you to vote for these strong progressives to be delegates for Bernie:
> Ruth Carter
> Mary “Mayme” Hubert
> James Mastin
> Ralph Miller
> Norman Solomon
You can vote at this caucus even if you’re not currently a registered Democrat. Rules of the California Democratic Party say: “Voters can register or re-register to vote at the caucus -- voter registration cards will be available.”
Will you be there? Please click to let us know:
Congressional District 2 includes all of Marin, some of Sonoma, and all of Mendocino, Humboldt, Del Norte and Trinity counties.
If you live in a different congressional district in California, see “DNC District-Level Caucuses for Bernie Sanders” on this webpage:
We hope to see you on Sunday, May 1 to caucus for Bernie!
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