Election 2020

Menlo Park resident Julie Brenner and Democratic Party organizer emailed InMenlo about a house party she and other local women (Lauren John, Leslie Murveit, Diane Rolfe, Debby Satten, Wendy Sinton, and Caryn Wiseman) are hosting on June 20th at 4:00 pm.

“Instead of trying to determine which of the many competing issues or campaigns to support, the Movement Voter Project (MVP) has done the work for us,” she writes. “They vet, select, and provide funding to grass-roots organizations already hard at work engaging voters in battleground states. Since these groups are doing local organizing on issues that mean the most to key voters, their networks will be able to deliver the voter turnout critical to winning not only the presidential election, but also the Senate, House and state elections up and down the ballot.

You can register for the event online. And here’s a two-minute video about the organization.

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Carol Mayer Marshall talks about getting women elected at Menlo Park Library on March 2

Women make up more than 50% of the country’s population, but make up less than 25% of elected officeholders. Menlo Park resident Carol Mayer Marshall will be at the Menlo Park Library on Monday, March 2, at 7:00 pm to share her ideas behind leading a bipartisan effort to help women get elected or appointed […]

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Vote early at Menlo Park voting centers Feb. 29 to March 2

Vote early at one of the two San Mateo County Elections Voter Centers in Menlo Park. You can vote on site, register to vote or drop off your ballot. – Arrillaga Family Recreation Center, 700 Alma St. – Onetta Harris Community Center, 100 Terminal Ave. Vote Center open hours: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Saturday, […]

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Early Childhood Education Forum with CA District 13 Senate candidates set for Feb. 9

Local nonprofit Community Equity Collaborative and Congregation Beth Am are sponsoring an Early Childhood Education Forum for candidates in the CA District 13 State Senate race on Sunday, Feb. 9. During this moderated conversation with the candidates, you will learn about their platforms and plans for elevating early learning issues and leading our state to […]

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