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Join us on September, 16 at 7pm

Where we will be joined by 3 great guests!

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Valerie Johnson from State Senator Nancy Skinner's office will come talk to us about the State Budget and priority bills from the Senator.

Greg Magofña from East Bay for Everyone and Jeff Levin from East Bay Housing Organizations will come talk to us about their perspective on housing in the East Bay and what they think Albany's part in it is.


Greg Magofña is currently the Director of Outreach at the California Renters Legal Advocacy and Education Fund, an nonprofit that works to hold municipalities accountable to build the housing allowed by their own zoning and state law. In his community work, he is the Co-Executive of East Bay for Everyone, a network of people fighting for the future of housing, transit, tenant rights, and long-term planning in the East Bay, and is a board member and the Housing Team leader at the League of Women Voters Berkeley Albany Emeryville. In his former lives he has served as Senior Aide to a Berkeley Mayor and has also served as a Berkeley Housing Commissioner. He has a Master of Urban Planning from USC and a BA in political science from UC Berkeley.

Jeff Levin is the Policy Director for East Bay Housing Organizations (EBHO). EBHO is a member-driven organization working to preserve, protect, and create affordable housing opportunities for low-income communities in the East Bay by educating, advocating, organizing, and building coalitions. Prior to joining EBHO, Jeff spent nearly 30 years working for the CIty of Oakland's Housing and Community Development Department. In addition to working with Plaza for the People to support the EC Plaza BART Transit-Oriented Development project, EBHO - along with TransForm - was instrumental in getting BART to adopt policies to mandate affordable housing at all BART TOD projects.



September 14 is election day, but every registered voter should have received their ballot in the mail and you can mail it in or drop it in an official Alameda County dropbox any time. There are two questions. Please vote NO on the first question - NO RECALL. We stand behind Governor Newsom and we don't need the chaos a recall will inevitably give us. You do not have to answer the second question. Your NO vote on the recall will be counted even if you do not answer the second question.

If you want to help, there is no shortage of ways to help the NO ON THE RECALL campaign. You can text, you can phone, and you can even knock on doors. Many groups are organizing efforts, and here's your one stop shop to sign up for Alameda County Democratic Party events:

We look forward to joining you on Thursday, Sept. 16 with our Governor still in place!

Also remember to pay your dues for the year! Dues are due in July! Renew Here

We hope to see you on Thursday, September 16h!

Zoom details to follow next week


Dues are Due


Also remember to pay your dues for the year! Dues are due in July! Renew Here

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