SLOCDP 2018 DuesNew Year, 2018 SLOCDP annual dues are due! $50 for members, $25 for alternates. You must pay before the January 15, 2018 meeting to be in good standing and eligible to vote. >>>>>Click here to pay online<<<<< If you prefer to pay via...
Help Support the Cal Poly Democrats!2018 is just around the corner and the Cal Poly Democrats are hard at work mobilizing students to fight for our values at Cal Poly and within our community. With our membership at the highest it’s ever been on our conservative campus, we’ve accomplished the following...
SLOCDP HAS NEW OFFICE
SLOCDP will move to 75 Higuera St, in San Luis Obispo
PG&E could get more than $49.5 million for Diablo Canyon closing“An administrative law judge has ruled that the economic impact of the closure on the county and its residents can be considered in the next year and a half of hearings and testimony. PG&E plans to close the plant by 2025.” Read more here: San Luis...
GOTV–we can still use your help!Phone bank for Hillary–Call battleground states Our SLOCDP office is now a National Calling Center. We will be phone banking from 6 am to the 8 pm Monday and Tuesday. This is computer-dialed calling to battleground states. Devices are provided or bring your own....
Price Canyon Oil Project Lawsuit
The environmental group Center for Biological Diversity has sued California regulators for supporting plans to more than triple the area into which highly contaminated oil wastewater can be injected into an aquifer beneath the Price Canyon oilfield.
State and local primary election results
Some races still remain undecided.
Phillip 66’s oil-by-rail plan is too risky
The Central Coast was thrust into the national spotlight in May as news broke of an oil pipeline rupture that allowed tens of thousands of gallons of crude oil to spill into the Pacific Ocean. The spill adds to the worries of the community concerned about the rail spur that will bring 5 trains carrying tar sands oil through SLO County.
Pozo farmer Eric Michielssen launches campaign for 5th District supervisor
Bluegrass music played as some North County residents started gathering at Atacadero’s Sunken Gardens on Wednesday, several carrying homemade signs reading “Eric listens,” “A Time for Change,” and “A-Town (hearts) Eric.”