published 2018 Election Phonebanking in Action 2018-07-16 20:56:20 -0700

2018 Election Phonebanking

Help Stonewall Take Back the House: Phonebanking Every Wednesday though November!

President Obama recently highlighted two things that WILL DECIDE these upcoming elections: registering voters and energizing voters in key districts.

Sign up to phonebank with Stonewall!

That's why Stonewall members are phonebanking every Wednesday until election day! It's easy and we'll even supply the phone and laptop. 

Join us this Wednesday for phonebanking as fabulous as you are! 

Refreshments, fun, friends and, calling into districts that Democrats CAN WIN this November! 

Date: Wednesday July 18, 2018
Time: 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Address: 1027 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles 90024

You can come late (or early).

Stonewall Democratic Club is a founding member of the Westside Dem HQ, which seeks to flip the House blue by increasing voter turnout for Dem Congressional candidates in nine California districts.

 


published Bayard Rustin in Action 2018-06-01 14:11:07 -0700

Bayard Rustin

Stonewall Inspires Los Angeles City Council to Support Bayard Rustin Postage Stamp

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On May 30, Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez, successfully moved City Council to pass a Resolution calling on the U.S. Postal Service to issue a stamp in honor of LGBTQ Civil Rights hero Bayard Rustin, who was an architect of the march on Washington in 1963.

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Watch the City Council proceedings and the testimony of Stonewall members here.

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Councilwoman Rodriguez credited the inspiration for her motion to the program on Bayard Rustin that was featured at Stonewall’s March meeting and in our inaugural stonewall Spotlight podcast.

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Download a brief summary of key moments in Bayard Rustin's life, prepared by Lauren Buisson for her presentation at Stonewall's March meeting.

 

Additional resources about the Bayard Rustin Postage Stamp campaign:

National LGBTQ Task Force

International Court System Campaign

 

Young Bayard Rustin


published Pride 2018-06-01 11:40:44 -0700

Pride

Join Stonewall at LA Pride!
The LA Pride Festival and Parade is next weekend!
March with Stonewall in the Pride Parade on Sunday--sign up here.
Stonewall is proud to participate annually in the Los Angeles Pride Parade and we want you as a part of our fabulous marching contingent!
Participants will receive:
  • Stonewall's sexy commemorative Pride T-shirts
  • Breakfast at the staging location and bottled water for the march
  • Stonewall signage and pride-themed goodies to hand out
  • Lots of free Pride Swag

March alongside Stonewall and our Democratic candidates and elected officials!

If you need accommodations, please contact the Pride Chair to ride in a vehicle.

For the LA Pride Festival…
We are planning to surpass last year’s exciting presence at the LA Pride Festival and we would love for you to be a part of the excitement! 
Sign up today to volunteer at the booth and be a part of the excitement, we are offering 4 hour shifts on both Saturday (6/9) and Sunday (6/10).
We are in particular need of volunteers for Sunday morning and afternoon shifts!
 
For the LA Pride Parade…
This year at the LA Pride Parade on Sunday (6/10), we will have three pick up trucks leading our contingent of marchers, elected officials, and endorsed candidates.  We will be carrying our famous giant Stonewall balloons and leading some exciting cheers!
 
If you or someone you are inviting require special accommodations please do not hesitate to contact your Stonewall Pride Team.  The spots in the trucks will be available to invited elected officials and those who require assistance (ADA, etc) to make it the entire length of the parade route. 
 
Sign up today to march with us at the LA Pride Parade, more the merrier!
Download Information about marching with Stonewall at Pride here.
Parade Date: Sunday June 10, 2018

Report Time: 10:00 AM

Parade Start Time: 11:00 AM

REPORT LOCATION: Crescent Heights Boulevard between Fountain Avenue and Santa Monica
Boulevard. Enter at Fountain Avenue. Entries face towards Santa Monica Boulevard.

ENTRY NUMBER: 98

DISBAND LOCATION: N. La Peer Dr. south of Santa Monica Blvd. Between Santa Monica Blvd
and Melrose Ave

PARADE ROUTE: The parade route is approximately 1.5 miles long along Santa Monica Blvd, from Crescent
Heights Blvd to Robertson Blvd.
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published LA Pride in Pride 2018-06-01 11:40:20 -0700

LA Pride

Join Stonewall at LA Pride!
The LA Pride Festival and Parade is next weekend!
March with Stonewall in the Pride Parade on Sunday--sign up here.
Stonewall is proud to participate annually in the Los Angeles Pride Parade and we want you as a part of our fabulous marching contingent!
Participants will receive:
  • Stonewall's sexy commemorative Pride T-shirts
  • Breakfast at the staging location and bottled water for the march
  • Stonewall signage and pride-themed goodies to hand out
  • Lots of free Pride Swag

March alongside Stonewall and our Democratic candidates and elected officials!

If you need accommodations, please contact the Pride Chair to ride in a vehicle.

For the LA Pride Festival…
We are planning to surpass last year’s exciting presence at the LA Pride Festival and we would love for you to be a part of the excitement! 
Sign up today to volunteer at the booth and be a part of the excitement, we are offering 4 hour shifts on both Saturday (6/9) and Sunday (6/10).
We are in particular need of volunteers for Sunday morning and afternoon shifts!
 
For the LA Pride Parade…
This year at the LA Pride Parade on Sunday (6/10), we will have three pick up trucks leading our contingent of marchers, elected officials, and endorsed candidates.  We will be carrying our famous giant Stonewall balloons and leading some exciting cheers!
 
If you or someone you are inviting require special accommodations please do not hesitate to contact your Stonewall Pride Team.  The spots in the trucks will be available to invited elected officials and those who require assistance (ADA, etc) to make it the entire length of the parade route. 
 
Sign up today to march with us at the LA Pride Parade, more the merrier!
Download Information about marching with Stonewall at Pride here.
Parade Date: Sunday June 10, 2018

Report Time: 10:00 AM

Parade Start Time: 11:00 AM

REPORT LOCATION: Crescent Heights Boulevard between Fountain Avenue and Santa Monica
Boulevard. Enter at Fountain Avenue. Entries face towards Santa Monica Boulevard.

ENTRY NUMBER: 98

DISBAND LOCATION: N. La Peer Dr. south of Santa Monica Blvd. Between Santa Monica Blvd
and Melrose Ave

PARADE ROUTE: The parade route is approximately 1.5 miles long along Santa Monica Blvd, from Crescent
Heights Blvd to Robertson Blvd.
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published Venice Pride in Pride 2018-06-01 11:19:08 -0700

Venice Pride

Visit Us This Weekend at Venice Pride!

Stonewall is proud to be hosting a booth at Venice Pride Sign Lighting & Block Party, June 2, from 4pm - 10pm

This is another important opportunity where Stonewall will be registering voters, promoting its endorsed candidates, and working to organize LGBTQ voters and activists.

This will be Stonewall's first Venice Pride booth at the 3rd Annual Sign Lighting & Block Party. Please stop by our booth to say “hello”, we will be among many community Pride Partner exhibitors positioned along Windward Circle.

Many thanks to our Pride team members Nicholas & Brian Bloom and Jake Lewis, who are leading up our Pride efforts.

If you are interested in volunteering at the booth or have any questions, please contact Nicholas Bloom.

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published Long Beach Pride in Pride 2018-05-14 22:24:06 -0700

Long Beach Pride

Stonewall at Long Beach Pride

Stonewall is proud to be hosting a booth at Long Beach Pride, May 19 & 20, the third largest Pride Festival in the nation! 

Sign up to work our booth here!

Volunteers are needed both Saturday May 19 and Sunday May 20 from 10 am - 10 pm.

This is an important event where Stonewall will be registering voters, promoting its endorsed candidates, and working to organize LGBTQ voters and activists to defeat Republicans in nearby Orange County.

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This will be Stonewall's first Long Beach Pride booth--ever. The festival, held right next to the ocean, in the heart of Downtown Long Beach is always a fantastic event!

We want you there with us!


published Endorsements Slate in Endorsements 2018-10-08 18:03:37 -0700

Endorsements Slate

2020 Primary Slates Coming Soon

 


Stonewall's November 6, 2018 General Election Slate

Updated November Endorsement Slate

 

Download Here:

Page 1 - State, Federal, County, & Judicial Races

Page 2 - Local Elections & Ballot Measures

The slate includes:

• Key statewide and LA County races.
• Congressional and legislative races in LA County.
• Ballot measure recommendations.
• Judicial race recommendations.
• Critical red-to-blue pick-up opportunities.
• Highlights LGBTQ candidates!

For more on endorsements and links to each candidate's website, check out our endorsements page.

Many thanks to Mackenzie Hussman for design and to Jane Wishon and Adam Kroll for managing the endorsements process and the highlights on this slate card.


published Stoney Awards in Past Events 2018-05-03 03:30:42 -0700

Stoney Awards

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Since 1976, the Stonewall Democratic Club has been recognizing advocates within and fighting on behalf of the LGBTQIA and feminist communities.

The Stoney Awards is the Stonewall Democratic Club's premier fundraising event through which it honors those individuals who have been making a difference in our community.


Thank You for Making the 2018 Stoney Awards a Success!

We had a tremendous outpouring of support for Stonewall and all of the phenomenal women that we were honoring at the 42nd Annual Stoney Awards, which was held at Union Station on Saturday April 30. Thank you to all of our members and supporters who attended and made contributions to make the event--and all of the work that we do to advocate for women and the LGBTQ community.

We owe a special thanks to our wonderful sponsors who have made it possible for Stonewall to continue our work!

Stoney Awards Sponsors

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President's Club ($2,500)

Gil and Jacki Cisneros

 

Advocate of the Club ($1,250)

Hon. Sheila Kuehl, National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW), Alana Roshay, and Jane & Keith Wishon

 

Friend of the Club ($500)

Lester Aponte, Hon. Richard Bloom, Hon. Mike Bonin, Hon. Judy Chu, Mike Eng, Faring., Hon. Ron Galperin, John Gile, Joe Guardarrama, Hon. John Heilman, Hon. Sydney Kamlager, Hon. Paul Koretz, Wendy Maccoun, Hon. Holly Mitchell, Brian Pendleton, Hon. Monica Rodriguez, Hon. David Ryu, Garry S. Shay and Burt B. Belant, Stephen David Simon, Hon. Scott Svonkin, and Rick Zbur

 

Media Partner: The Hollywood Times

Printing Partner: Woodland Hills Printing

Live Auction Sponsor: Vitello's Restaurant

 


2018 Stoney Awards Honorees

Stonewall Democratic Club had its largest fundraiser of the year the Stoney Awards on April 28, 2018, at the Traxx Restaurant & Courtyard in Union Station.

We were pleased to honor a slate of accomplished women at our 42nd Annual awards event in celebration of the Year of the Woman and an anticipation of substantial victories by progressive Democratic women in California and nationwide.

Support Stonewall's efforts to celebrate progressive feminist pro-LGBTQ heroes here.

Share your memories from the 2018 Stoney Awards on our Facebook page.

 

HONOREES

 

Congresswoman Karen Bass - Public Official of the Year

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Assemblywoman Laura Friedman - Elected Official of the Year

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Women's March Los Angeles Foundation - Organization of the Year

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First Lady of Los Angeles Amy Elaine Wakeland - Anne Marie Staas Ally Award

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Alana Roshay - Stonewall member of the Year

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Hosted by Master of ceremonies Suzanne Westenhoefer

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published Events 2018-05-02 10:58:51 -0700

Events



LGBTQ - Rally

Our Voice, Our Vote!

Stonewall Political Actions for the November election

 

Door Knocking out of the Westside Dem HQ

1027 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024

 

CA-49: Mike Levin

Saturday 10/27 - Take the Westside Dem HQ bus to knock on doors in CA 49  

 

CA-48: Harley Rouda

Sunday 10/28 - Take the Westside Dem HQ bus to knock on doors in CA 48

 

CA-45: Katie Porter

Saturday 11/3 – Take the Westside Dem HQ bus to knock on doors in CA 45

 

CA-39: Gil Cisneros

Sunday 11/4 – Take the Stonewall  and Westside Dem HQ

bus to knock on doors in CA 39

 

Planned Parenthood weekend of action in CA-25: Katie Hill

Saturday 11/3 and Sunday 11/4 in Santa Clarita

Includes hotel and meals  

 


Get Out The Vote 

 

Phone and Text banking every day until election day!

 

Westside Democratic HQ

1027 Westwood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90024

(310) 873-3451

 

And

 

Democratic Party of the San Fernando Valley

Email them at volunteer@dpsfv.com

444 S Brand Blvd, San Fernando, CA 91340

(818) 995-3367


 

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We’re driving voters to the polls on election day in Katie Hill’s district!

Help us out with a donation!

 


TICKETS NOW ON SALE HERE


Katie Hill Fundraiser - May 12, 2018

In partnership with Heart of LA Democratic Club, NOW Hollywood, and National Women's Legislative Caucus, Stonewall hosted a very successful fundraiser for its endorsed candidate for Congressional District 25--Katie Hill.

Please continue to show your support by contributing here.

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Thank you to Political Vice President Jane Wishon and Political Action Chair Thomas O'Shaughnessy for working to organize the event.

Stonewall is proud to support Katie Hill for Congress, a progressive woman who is fighting to turn California's 25th Congressional District blue. As a member of the LGBTQ community, Katie will be a passionate advocate in congress for LGBTQ rights.

The event was co-hosted with the Heart of LA Democratic Club, NOW Hollywood, and the National Women's Legislative Caucus.
Date: Saturday May 12, 2018 Time: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Event Location: ESArtists
Los Angeles, CA 90048
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In case you didn't know, Katie Hill, is running to unseat the only House Republican incumbent left in Los Angeles County. Katie will be more than an advocate for our community, she will be a voice speaking from life experiences. We are pleased to support a qualified candidate who is proudly bisexual.

Stonewall Members Participate in Vagina Monologue Performances - February 17 & 18, 2018

The Stonewall Democratic Club was a proud sponsor of a performance of the Vagina Monologues on February 17 and 18 in the West Hollywood City Council Chambers with the proceeds of the performance benefiting Planned Parenthood.

The show featured many Stonewall voices, including many Stonewall leaders including former Stonewall President Ivy Bottini, Stonewall Community VP Amanda Smash Hyde, Stonewall Legislative Chair John Erickson, Stonewall Legislative Vice Chair Alana Roshay. Also featured were Stonewall members West Hollywood Councilwoman Lindsey Horvath, former Councilwoman Abbe Land, and Karen Eyres.

The performance was a fantastic success and Stonewall recruited new members and supporters by tabling at the event. Many thanks to Membership Outreach Chair Carla Roma and Communuity Outreach Chair Barb Steelman for organizing Stonewall's presence at the event.

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Meanwhile, this wasn't the only Vagina Monologues show to feature a Stonewall member. Stonewall's Ashlee Marie Preston also appeared in a Vagina Monologues show at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica.


Ice Cream Social Honoring Dave Jones - February 23, 2018

Stonewall Hosted an Ice Cream Social with Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones, our endorsed candidate for California Attorney General at the California Democratic Party Convention on Friday Feb. 23, 2018. The event was a tremendous success and we are proud that Dave Jones received majority support from convention delegates.

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Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones, Stonewall's endorsee for Attorney General with Stonewall President Lester Aponte and Comm. Outreach Chair Barb Steelman

 

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Queer Loteria Night: A Queer Humanitarian Aid Fundraiser – Nov. 28, 2017

On Giving Tuesday, Stonewall showed its support for communities in Mexico and Puerto Rico recovering from natural disasters by sponsoring a Queer Loteria Night Humanitarian Fundraiser with the Latino Equality Alliance and HONOR PAC.

The event was held on November 28, 2017 at RedLine in Downtown Los Angeles for a fundraiser in support of LGBTQ people and people living with HIV/AIDS in Mexico and Puerto Rico.

Millions of people still lack access to water, food, and medicine in the aftermath of the devastating Mexico earthquake and disastrous hurricane that made landfall in Puerto Rico. This holiday season, support our efforts to provide humanitarian relief at a special Queer Loteria Night fundraiser.

This event is co-sponsored by our partners at Latino Equality Alliance (LEA). Please consider making a tax-deductible donation in support of these efforts online.

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published Podcast 2018-02-26 12:01:13 -0800

Podcast

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Episode 8: Bottini & Abroad

Listen & Download Now from itunes.

We’re back from our season break, and have lots of new and exciting interviews to share with you on this second season of Stonewall Spotlight starting with an interview with LGBT pioneer Ivy Bottini. Towards the end of last year, Mackenzie had the opportunity to do some extensive traveling and what better way to contribute to a club that has given me so much, then to share the voices of LGBT friends and people that she crossed paths with. We hope this reminds us all of our solidarity within the LGBT community far and wide.


Episode 7: Everything's Coming Up Rainbows

Download from itunes.

This month Spotlight says goodbye to summer rainbow fun and hello to fall mid-term fever! We recap interviews with LGBTQ candiates Ricardo Lara and Katie Hill.

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Marcus Lovingood interviews Stonewall’s President Lester Aponte, and Lauren Buisson completes our PRIDE season coverage with Councilwoman Nury Martinez, founder of San Fernando Valley Pride. Plus the campaign to honor gay civil rights pioneer and Bayard Rustin with a USPS postage stamp.


Episode 6: Criminal Injustice, Featuring Anthony Keith Turner

Stream the episode on Facebook or download from itunes.

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On any given day tens of thousands of people who pose no risk to public safety await trial stuck in jail because they cannot afford bail. This month Stonewall Spotlight Host Marcus Lovingood speaks to L.A. County Sheriff’s Candidate Alex Villanueva and Anthony Keith Turner, founder of the Integrity Commitment a nonprofit committed to social justice, to discuss the high social costs of cash bond and the urgent humanitarian need for money bail reform.

We close with our Editor in Chief Sean Kolodji and Contributing Editor Lauren Buisson discuss the significance of recent Supreme Court Term.

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Episode 5: Pride Then and Now—Why We March, Featuring Marna Deitch

Stream the episode on Facebook or download from itunes.

In the latest episode of Stonewall Spotlight, we highlighted Pride month--its celebrations, its communities and its history.

Mackenzie Hussman interviews special guest Marna Deitch about L.A.'s Dyke March and lesbian motorcycle culture and remembers the late Soni Wolf, founder of Dykes on Bikes.

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Lesbian activist and motorcycle enthusiast Marna Deitch rides through West Hollywood with Dykes on Bikes

Marcus Lovingood and Lauren Buisson discuss the Black Cat Tavern uprising and the Los Angeles origins of PRIDE. And we hear from Stonewall’s own Justine Gonzalez on the need for PRIDE events that celebrate LGBTQ people of color. The episode features hear fro attendees from WeHo’s L.A. Pride and Our Pride in Baldwin Hills.

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Episode 4: Primary—an Election Edition of Stonewall Spotlight, Featuring Sheriff Candidate Alex Villanueva

Stream the episode on Facebook or download from iTunes!

It’s been 465 days since the inauguration of the 45th President which can only mean one thing: It’s primary season!

In our latest edition of Stonewall Spotlight, host Marcus Lovingood interviews Alex Villanueva, Stonewall’s endorsed candidate for L.A. County Sheriff on the challenges facing the scandal-plagued department and his plans for reform. Lovingood and Sean Kolodji, Stonewall’s Communications Vice-President and resident political prognosticator, handicap the major races and issues bewildering California voters.

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Stonewall Spotlight Host Marcus Lovingood with Stonewall's Endorsed Sheriff candidate Alex Villanueva

To kick-off Pride season, host Mackenzie Hussman and contributor Lauren Buisson discuss the unlikely conservative jurist who made marriage equality a reality in California. And we hear from honorees and electeds from the 42nd annual Stoney Awards, including County Assessor Jeffrey Prang and State Senator Holy Mitchell.

Many thanks to the the entire podcast team and especially to Anthony Gutierrez for his work recording and editing interviews at the Stoney Awards.

 

Episode 3: Year of the Woman, Featuring Congressional Candidate Katie Hill

Stream the episode on Facebook or download from itunes

Stonewall Presents Episode 3 of its podcast, featuring an interview by Mackenzie Hussman with Katie Hill, Stonewall's endorsed candidate for Congressional District 25, who is looking to increase representation for LGBTQ women in congress.

We also highlight Stoney Awards honorees State Assemblywoman Laura Friedman and Congresswoman Karen Bass. In this episode, Marcus Lovingood also discusses the life and accomplishments of Shirley Chisholm with Lauren Buisson.

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Stonewall Spotlight Hosts Mackenzie Hussman and Marcus Lovingood with Katie Hill, Stonewall's endorsed candidate for Congressional District 25

 

Episode 2: Women Lead the Way, Featuring Los Angeles City Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez

Stream the episode on Facebook or download from itunes

Women are at the forefront of the progressive resurgence and the resistance movement. On this episode of Stonewall Spotlight, our host Marcus Lovingood interviews Los Angeles Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez, and State Assembly Candidate Luz Rivas. We also feature a segment on pioneering advocate for HIV/AIDs patients Dr. Mathilde Krim and we interview Craig Scott about progressives and the future of the Democratic Party.

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Stonewall Spotlight Host Marcus Lovingood interviews Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez

 

Episode 1: Long March to Freedom, Featuring State Senator Ricardo Lara

Tune in Live to the premiere episode of Stonewall Spotlight, a podcast brought to you every month by the Stonewall Democratic Club!

On this episode, we interview Senator Ricardo Lara, our show writer Lauren Buisson gives us an intriguing look into the life of Bayard Rustin and more as we bring you your monthly #resistancereport! Our inaugural episode also features the voices of Stonewall Board Members Alana Roshay, our Legislative Vice Chair and Sam Frank, our Recording Secretary.

 

Listen to our first episode--here!

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Stonewall Spotlight Host Marcus Lovingood interviews Sen. Ricardo Lara

 

STONEWALL SPOTLIGHT TEAM

PRODUCERS & HOSTS - Mackenzie Hussman & Marcus Lovingood

WRITING & REPORTING - Lauren Buisson

WRITING & EDITING - Alex Paris

Editor-in-Chief - Sean Kolodji


published Contact Us in About Us 2018-02-20 01:11:53 -0800

Contact Us

Contact

 

Stonewall Democratic Club

1049 Havenhurst Drive #325

West Hollywood, CA 90046



Email: info@StonewallDems.org

 

Website: stonewalldems.org

 

Twitter: @stonewalldemsLA

Facebook: facebook.com/stonewalldemocraticclub

  

Join  |  Donate  |  Volunteer 

Give us your feedback


published Stoney Awards 2018-02-20 00:51:02 -0800

Stoney Awards

 

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WE ARE STONEWALL.  WE WILL RESIST

Activists, elected officials, candidates, and the LGBTQIA community are gathering to celebrate the annual Stoney Awards on April 28, to recognize those who have protected our most vulnerable, and those who set the standard for how to #Resist the  Republican stranglehold on Washington.

WHEN:

April 28, 2018 at 2pm

WHERE:

TRAXX Restaurant and Courtyard
800 N Alameda St
Los Angeles, CA 90012

This year's award recipients will be announced shortly.

Sponsorship opportunities are available.

For more information, contact us at info@StonewallDems.org


published Holiday Party Details in Holiday Party 2017-12-04 03:14:09 -0800

Holiday Party Details

Stonewall Democratic Club Holiday Party

Join us at Stonewall Democratic Club's Annual Holiday Party--the event of the season--on Saturday December 16!
 
After a year of tough battles in 2017, Stonewall looks forward the opportunity to bring activists together and to rally the resistance as we look forward to defeating Republicans in 2018 and beyond.
 
The party will feature great food, drink, camaraderie, and fabulous silent auction prizes. Spread the word and invite your friends--all Democrats are welcome!
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SILVER SPONSORS
National Union of Health Care Workers
Paul DuMont
West Hollywood Mayor John Heilman
 
STONEWALLERS
Bob King
John Scholz
Los Angeles City Councilmember David Ryu
Stonewall Democratic Club President Lester Aponte
Stonewall Democratic Club President Emeritus Stephen Simon
Stonewall Democratic Club VP Steve Bott
West Hollywood City Councilmember Lindsey Horvath
 
FRIENDS OF STONEWALL
Ari Gutierrez
Glendale City Councilmember Zareh Sinanyan
Justine Gonzalez
Sarah Truby
Stonewall Democratic Club Political Action VC Barb Steelman
Stonewall Democratic Club VP Jane Wishon
Stonewall Democratic Club Controller Reuben Zadeh
Stonewall Democratic Club Social Media VC Marcus Lovingood

published Archived Endorsements in Endorsements 2017-12-04 11:06:36 -0800

2017 Endorsements

Endorsements

  Denotes LGBTQIA Candidates

*Denotes Incumbents

 

June 5, 2018 - Statewide Primary Election

 

Check out our complete endorsement slate here or download the slate as a PDF.

 

California Statewide Offices

Attorney General - Dave Jones

Secretary of State - Alex Padilla* - WINNER

Treasurer - Fiona Ma  - WINNER

Controller - Betty Yee*  - WINNER

Insurance Commissioner - Ricardo Lara  - WINNER

Superintendent of Public Instruction - Tony Thurmond  - WINNER 

Board of Equalization - Seat 3 - Scott Svonkin

 

Statewide Ballot Measures

Proposition 68 - YES

Proposition 69 - YES

Proposition 70 - NO

Proposition 71 - YES

Proposition 72 - YES

 

U.S. Congress

U.S. House CA-08 - Marge Doyle - Red to Blue 

U.S. House CA-25 - Katie Hill - Red to Blue   - WINNER 

U.S. House CA-27 - Judy Chu* - WINNER 

U.S. House CA-28 - Adam Schiff* - WINNER 

U.S. House CA-30 - Brad Sherman* - WINNER 

U.S. House CA-32 - Grace Napolitano* - WINNER 

U.S. House CA-33 - Ted Lieu* - WINNER 

U.S. House CA-34 - Jimmy Gomez* - WINNER 

U.S. House CA-35 - Norma Torres* - WINNER 

U.S. House CA-37 - Karen Bass* - WINNER 

U.S. House CA-38 - Linda Sánchez* - WINNER 

U.S. House CA-40 - Lucille Roybal-Allard* - WINNER 

U.S. House CA-41 - Mark Takano - WINNER 

U.S. House CA-43 - Maxine Waters* - WINNER 

U.S. House CA-44 - Nanette Barragán* - WINNER 

U.S. House CA-47 - Alan Lowenthal* - WINNER 

 

California State Senate

Senate District 20 - Connie Leyva* - WINNER 

Senate District 22 - Mike Eng - WINNER 

Senate District 24 - Maria Elena Durazo - WINNER 

Senate District 26 - Ben Allen* - WINNER 

Senate District 30 - Holly Mitchell* - WINNER 

 

California State Assembly

Assembly District 38 - Christy Smith - Red to Blue  - WINNER 

Assembly District 39 - Luz Rivas - WINNER

Assembly District 41 - Chris Holden*  - WINNER 

Assembly District 43 - Laura Friedman*  - WINNER 

Assembly District 45 - Jesse Gabriel - WINNER 

Assembly District 46 - Adrin Nazarian* - WINNER 

Assembly District 48 - Blanca Rubio* - WINNER 

Assembly District 49 - Ed Chau* - WINNER 

Assembly District 50 - Richard Bloom* - WINNER 

Assembly District 51 - Wendy Carrillo* - WINNER 

Assembly District 53 - Miguel Santiago* - WINNER 

Assembly District 54 - Sydney Kamlager* - WINNER 

Assembly District 55 - Greg Fritchle - WINNER 

Assembly District 57 - Ian Calderon*  - WINNER 

Assembly District 59 - Reggie Jones-Sawyer* - WINNER 

Assembly District 60 - Sabrina Cervantes  - WINNER 

Assembly District 62 - Autumn Burke* - WINNER 

Assembly District 63 - Anthony Rendon* - WINNER 

Assembly District 64 - Mike Gipson* - WINNER 

 

Los Angeles County Offices

County Assessor - Jeffrey Prang - WINNER 

Sheriff - Alex Villanueva - WINNER 

County Supervisor, 1st District - Hilda Solis* - REELECTED 

Los Angeles County Supervisor, 3rd District - Sheila Kuehl - REELECTED

 

Judicial Offices

Office No. 4 - Veronica Sauceda - WINNER

OFfice No. 16 - Patti Hunter - WINNER

Office No. 20 - Wendy Segall - ELECTED

Office No. 60 - Tony J. Cho - WINNER

Office No. 63 - Anthony Lewis 

Office No. 67 - Maria Lucy Armendariz - ELECTED

Office No. 71 - Danielle Gibbons - ELECTED

Office No. 113 - Javier Perez - WINNER

Office No. 118 - David D. Diamond

Office No. 126 - Rene Caldwell Gilbertson - ELECTED

Office No. 146 - Emily Spear - ELECTED

No Consensus

U.S. Senate - No Consensus

Governor - No Consensus

Lieutenant Governor - No Consensus

Senate District 32 - No Consensus

Assembly District 52 - No Consensus

Assembly District 58 - No Consensus

 

June 5, 2018 - Special Elections

Senate District 29 RECALL - NO - Keep Josh Newman

Senate District 32 - No Consensus

Assembly District 39 (run-off) - Luz Rivass - ELECTED

Assembly District 45 (run-off) - Jesse Gabriel - ELECTED

 

 

April 3, 2018 - State Assembly Special Elections

Assembly District 39 - Luz Rivas - RUN-OFF

Assembly District 45 - Tricia Robbins Kasson

Assembly District 54 - Sydney Kamlager - ELECTED

 

April 10, 2018 - Municipal Elections

Culver City City Council - Alex Fisch - ELECTED

Long Beach Mayor - Robert Garcia - ELECTED  

Long Beach Community College Board Area 1 - Sunny Zia - ELECTED

Long Beach Community College Board Area 3 - Uduak-Joe Ntuk - ELECTED

 

December 6, 2017 - *Special Election*

Assembly District 51 - Luis López  

 

Nov. 7, 2017 - Local Elections

El Monte Unified School District Board of Trustees - Florencio Briones - ELECTED  

Palm Springs City Council - LISA MIDDLETON - ELECTED  

 

October 3, 2017 - *Special Election*

Assembly District 51 - Luis López - ADVANCED TO RUN-OFF  

 

June 6, 2017 - *Special Election*

U.S. House CA-34 - Jimmy Gomez - ELECTED

 

April 4, 2017 - *Special Election*

U.S. House CA-34 - Jimmy Gomez - ADVANCED TO RUN-OFF

 

Democratic Party Leadership

LACDP Chair - Mark Gonzalez - ELECTED  

California Democratic Party Chair - Eric Bauman - ELECTED  


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End the Summer With A BBQ!

It's wonderful that you will be joining in the food & fun on what will certainly be a beautiful September day in the park and thank you for your support of Stonewall!


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