Feb 01

We Want YOU at our Next Meeting

 GENERAL MEETING

Please join us at our next monthly meeting  

Saturday January 06, 2017 

Lil Bit of Country,

14335 Hesperia Rd.  Victorville, CA 92395

12:30 pm. – 2:30 pm.

Looking Forward to Seeing You!

Bring a Friend!



ADELANTO -VICTORVILLE

DEMOCRATIC CLUB

SILENT HERO

FOR CIVIL RIGHTS AWARDS

DINNER WAS A SUCCESS! 

WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK

EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATED

 



VISIT THE VICTOR VALLEY DEMOCRATIC CLUB WEBSITE: www.victorvallydc.org

San Bernardino County Young Democrats: https://www.facebook.com/SBCYDems/



FEDERAL
US Senate: click here
  • This is the official government website where you can find what bills are on the floor, records of how Senators voted, etc. Click on “Legislation and Records” and then “Active Legislation” to learn about what is currently being discussed.
Senator Dianne Feinstein’s legislative record: click here
Senator Kamala Harris’s legislative record: click here
US Congress: click here
  • At the top of this website are four tabs “Legislation” “Congressional Record” “Committees” and “Members”, all of which can give you further details on specific bills, how the House of Representatives voted, and who is on what committee.
Rep. Col. Paul Cook’s legislative record: click here
STATE
California Legislation (Assembly and Senate): click here
  • You can look for specific authors this way if you know your representative sponsored a bill: click here
Ballotpedia: click here
  • Ballotpedia is a website that has a lot of good and accurate information. You can search for your Assembly-person this way (upper right hand corner). Once you get to their page, there is a column of links on the left side of the page. Click on sponsored legislation to see what they sponsor, or scroll down the landing page.
Billtrack50: click here
• This website tracks specific bills. You will need to create a free log in. Once you have confirmed your log in (an email will be sent to you with a link confirming your account), it will have you
   sign in. Once logged in, go to “Bill Search” and then type in “California” for the State and any word from the bill in the top box that says “Enter bill numbers or words appearing in bills”