Wknd Campaign Kick-offs & Sept 14 Gen. Mtg

September 14 General Membership meeting

Sept 14th MeetingLGBT Community Center, 1800 Market St. 

On September 14 at 6:30pm, our general membership meeting will be all about Field! With the November election rapidly approaching, Alice’s field program is ramping up. Our field team will walk through our program, go over the basics of “Field 101”, and get Alice members signed up to volunteer.

We will also be voting on early endorsements for two races in the November 8, 2016 election – Scott Wiener for CA State Senate District 11 and Kamala Harris for U.S. Senate. Voting will be open from 6:30 – 7:30 PM. Mark your calendars for another great general membership meeting.

We also want to wish all who are celebrating Rosh Hashanah a happy new year and are grateful for your understanding as we hold this meeting on the first night of the Jewish New Year.

Co-Chair Column

Co-chair column

Just hearing the date of September 11th makes me catch my breath, even after fourteen years. I distinctly remember that morning, hearing from a neighbor while walking my dog that a plane had hit the World Trade Center. I returned to my house in time to watch the second tower collapse, and then learn about the Pentagon attack. One of my closest friends and Naval Academy classmates was in the Pentagon at the time of the attack – she helped evacuate the dead and wounded and render first aid. Another classmate, Patrick Dunn, was killed. Many other folks I know lost friends and family in the World Trade Center or United flight 93 that crashed in a Pennsylvania field. Whether we knew a victim or a first responder personally or not, the entire country was deeply impacted by the events of September 11, 2001. We were united as a nation as we stood up to denounce the attack and respond to the tragedy.

May we use these memories to remind us to cherish every day, and to find ways to touch the lives of others. At a recent LGBT Roundtable organized by Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic Leader reminded us that one of the most powerful ways to make a difference is thru legislation, which is done by our elected officials, who are elected at the ballot box. Change begins at the ballot box. We at Alice hope you not only make a difference by exercising your right to vote on or before November 3rd, but also help us in our Field campaign to distribute our voter guides and encourage others to vote. Find out more on how to get involved at our membership meeting Monday, September 14th.

In loving memory of those lost on 9/11,

Zoe Dunning


Alice Field Program

On September 14 at 6:30pm, our general membership meeting will be all about Field! With the November election rapidly approaching, Alice’s field program is ramping up. Our field team will walk through our program, go over the basics of “Field 101”, and get Alice members signed up to volunteer.

Please sign up here to receive detailed information about field activities.

Campaign Kick-offs

Ed LeeEd Lee for Mayor Field Kickoff

With 25 days to go until the first San Franciscans begin casting their mail-in ballots, it all comes down to this. Please join us for Mayor Lee’s field kickoff rally:

LGBT Center, 18‌00 Mar‌ket at Oct‌avia
Sept. 1‌2, 20‌15
9:‌00 — 11:‌00 AM

RSVP: http://mayoredlee.com/act/fieldlaunch


No on INo on Prop I campaign kickoff – more housing, not more politics

Please join San Franciscans for Real Housing Solutions and community leaders for the official No on I campaign kickoff.  We need more housing, not more politics!  Come pick up your campaign window signs and literature, sign up to volunteer on the campaign, and mingle with fellow housing advocates.  We would be honored to have you join us for breakfast and beverages.

No on Prop I Campaign Kickoff

Saturday, September 12th, 11AM
Alliance for Jobs HQ
11 Grove Street, SF, CA

RSVP here

Yes on Prop D: Mission Rock Kickoff CelebrationMission Rock

Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PDT)
Delancey Street: Herbert Halper Town Hall
600 The Embarcadero
San Francisco, CA 94107

RSVP Here: EventBrite

Join us as we celebrate the kickoff of the YES on D/Mission Rock campaign to create more parks, jobs and affordable housing for San Francisco. This exciting event will feature special guests, food and refreshments, and Anchor Brewing! Groups can be accommodated.

Proposition D will turn a barren parking lot just south of AT&T Park into a vibrant neighborhood, with eight acres of public parks; approximately 1,500 units of housing, 40% of which will be offered at below market rates to low-and middle-income San Franciscans; neighborhood-serving retail; and a town square that everyone can enjoy. For more information about Prop D and Mission Rock, visit MissionRock.com


Gina, Eric and Adam in support of Alex Randolph for City College Board of Trustees!

Monday, September 21st, 2015
6:008:00 pm

4 Valencia St @ Market

Alex has chosen to donate his life to his passion for public service, and it is that passion that drives his commitment to getting City College back on track. Since his appointment in April 2015, Alex has been working tirelessly to revitalize City College, rebuild the public’s trust, and ensure that our students have access to affordable higher education and a pathway to a better life.

Please join us in supporting his campaign to continue serving as Trustee.

Please RSVP here
Donate at the event or here


Community Event

Ball in BlueBall in Blue

Join Alice in supporting the San Francisco Young Democrats! And if you act quickly, you can get half off of tickets by entering the code “toklashalf” when you purchase tickets.

Date/Time: Wednesday, September 30, 2015, 7PM
Where: Ruby Skye, 420 Mason St
Tickets: https://ballinblue.splashthat.com/

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