Save the following dates for our upcoming series of MGO meetings. All meetings will take place at the Montclair Presbyterian Church at 5701 Thornhill Drive.
MGO General Meetings
- Fri 9/7, 7-9pm, Thornhill Room
- Fri 9/14, 7-9pm, Thornhill Room
MGO Endorsement Meetings for the November Election
- Fri 9/28, 7-9pm, Family Room
- Fri 10/5, 7-9pm, Family Room
- Fri 10/12, 7-9pm, Family Room
As a Democratic club, MGO only considers Democratic candidates. If you are a candidate, MGO will be in contact with you shortly.
- SB 827 – housing density near transit
- SB 1025 – sentencing for drug offences
This MGO general membership meeting takes place Thursday, July 19th at 7:15pm. This marks the first summer meeting that MGO will have held in recent memory.
Also, please note the new meeting venue and time:
Many thanks to East Bay for Everyone for graciously offering to host this event. Also, many thanks to Sen. Skinner for taking the time out of her busy schedule to meet with MGO once again. And, without hesitation, many thanks to Gary Sirbu for helping arrange this meeting with Sen. Skinner, and to Tasha Henneman and Chris Martin for working with MGO.
ENJOY SUMMER 2017
Next MGO General Membership Meeting will take place on September 21st.
If you have questions, contact MGO President Annie Flores, email@example.com
Don’t miss the opportunity to hear Assemblymember Rob Bonta (AD-18) address the future of CA health and other critical programs to our state and county.
Thursday, May 18, 2017
7:00pm – 8:00pm
2808 Summit, Oakland, CA
HELEN GRIECO | Northern California Organizer, California Common Cause
Helen Grieco joined California Common Cause as an organizer in northern California in 2010.
She works to educate Common Cause activists on issues, advocacy and organizing tactics, recruits new members and organizes Common Cause campus and community groups and young professionals. She also teaches organizing and activism, and runs educational outreach events to address campaign finance reform, government accountability, voting rights/reform, redistricting, media reform, fair elections campaigns, legislation and initiatives.
Helen has two decades of experience as an advocate and spokesperson for social, political and economic justice. She has trained community activists and leaders and is an author and producer of educational media. She was the founder of Our Media Voice, BRAVE People, Defending Ourselves Self-Defense School and SHE Academy. She also is a former executive director of the California National Organization for Women. Helen has a bachelor’s degree in women’s studies from San Francisco State University and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Antioch University.