MGO JULY MEMBERSHIP MEETING

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MGO JULY MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Meet the New E-Board Members
2014 In-Review | Planning for 2014-15
Thursday, July 10th 
Temple Sinai
6:30pm – 8pm
 
The purpose of the July meeting will be to introduce the new executive board to the membership.  
We will also engage in dialogue with members to explore and examine critical issues of focus and plot a timeline for the remainder of 2014 and year 2015.
RSVP encouraged for planning purposes

[ MGO Monthly ] Root Root Root for the Home Team * Thurs. June 26th, 7pm @ Temple Sinai

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MGO June General Monthly Meeting

Root Root Root for the Home Team

The Vision / The Reality

Future of Professional Sports in Oakland

Moderator by

Hon. Chris Dobbins

Thursday, June 26th, 7pm

Temple Sinai

Free & Open to the Public.   RSVP encouraged — http://www.mgodemsjune2014.eventbrite.com

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[ SAVE THE DATE ] June Membership Meeting – Root Root Root For Oakland Sports

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SAVE THE DATE

JUNE MGO MEMBERSHIP MEETING

Thursday, June 26, 2014

7pm – 9pm

Temple Sinai

2808 Summit Street, Oakland

Free & Open to the Public

RSVP encouraged — http://www.mgodemsjune2014.eventbrite.com

[MGO 2014 June Endorsements]

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MGO 2014 June Endorsements

*Candidates need to garner 60% of the vote

Congressional District 13
  • Congresswoman Barbara Lee
Governor
  • Jerry Brown
Lt. Governor
  • Gavin Newsom
Secretary of State 
  • Derek Cressman
Controller
  • Betty Yee
Treasurer
  • John Chiang
Insurance Commissioner
  • Dave Jones
Attorney General
  • Kamala Harris
Board of Equalization
  • Fiona Ma
State Superintendent of Public Instruction
  • Tom Torlakson

Assembly District 18

  • Assemblymember Rob Bonta
Assembly District 15
  • Elizabeth Echols
Alameda County Assessor
  • Ron Thomsen
Alameda County Auditor
  • Steve Manning
Alameda County District Attorney
  • Nancy O’Malley
Alameda County Treasurer
  • Donald White
Alameda County Sheriff
  • Gregory Ahern
State Measures
  • Yes on 41
  • Yes on 42
County Measure
  • Yes on  AA

[COMMUNITY EVENT] JUNE 2014 CANDIDATES ENDORSEMENT NIGHT, Thurs. May 15th, Doors Open 5:45pm

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MGO MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP MEETING

Join Us for Our

JUNE CANDIDATES ENDORSEMENT NIGHT

Thursday, May 15, 2014

6:00 p.m. –  9:00 p.m. | Doors Open 5:45 p.m.

Temple Sinai – Stern Hall  | 2823 Webster Street | Oakland, CA

All candidates in the following races have been invited to present:

* State Assembly District 13
* State Assembly District 15
* State Assembly District 18
* Alameda County Superintendent of Schools
* Alameda County Auditor-Controller
* Alameda County Sheriff
* Alameda County District Attorney
RSVP Encouraged (not required) – www.mgomay2014.eventbrite.com

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[COMMUNITY EVENT] MGO Partners with Make Oakland Better Now! For Oakland Mayoral Candidate Debate on Public Safety

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In an effort to spotlight the rising violence and theft that recently has threatened many Oakland residents and  the urgent need to protect residents from it, Make Oakland Better Now  and the Metropolitan-Greater Oakland Democratic Club (MGO) have partnered to host the first mayoral candidate debate of the season on Thursday, April 3, 6:30 p.m., at Temple Sinai, 2808 Summit St. in Oakland.

MOBN! and MGO have confirmed mayoral candidates Jason Anderson, Patrick McCullough, Bryan Parker, Jean Quan, Courtney Ruby, Libby Schaaf, Nancy Sidebotham, Dan Siegel and Joe Tuman will participate in the forum.

“This debate will provide an opportunity for Oakland residents to hear the real views of the candidates about public safety solutions,” said Bruce Nye, president of MOBN!

Local journalists Bob Gammon, East Bay Express; Matt Artz, Oakland Tribune; Chip Johnson, San Francisco Chronicle; and Bianca Brooks, Youth Radio will ask hard-hitting, probing questions.

Gretchen White, president of MGO, stated that the debate “puts a spotlight on the issue Oaklanders care about most-their personal safety.” 

The debate is free and open to the public. RSVP for planning purposes at oaklandmayoraldebate.eventbrite.com.