One Pomona project update

    Californias first Citizens Redistricting Commission to meet February 10, in Claremont. Click on the link to view MEETING NOTICE AND AGENDA. What is the Citizens Redistricting Commission? Every 10 years, after the federal census, California and every state in the country […]

One Pomona project update

      Keeping the Communities of Pomona together through the 2011 California redistricting process.   LOS ANGELES, CA – Today, eighteen (18) civil rights and civic engagement organizations, issued the following statement regarding the recently released reapportionment data: The organizations listed below […]

View Bernie Sanders’ Historic Filibuster

At 10:24 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 10, Sen. Sanders took to the floor of the U.S. Senate to lay out a clear argument against extending tax breaks for the wealthiest Americans, against codifying a low inheritance tax rate which will impact only the […]

Happy New Year Pomona Valley!

Another fresh new year is here . . . Another year to live! To banish worry, doubt, and fear, To love and laugh and give! This bright new year is given [us] To live each day with zest . . . To daily […]

Merry Christmas Pomona!

We wish everyone in Pomona on Christmas Eve: Love! We wish that all Pomonians grow in respect for each other. We wish that the actions of our leaders reflect this desire in every policy they enact. We wish that the paralyzing cultural war […]

Happy Thanksgiving

We know we all get very busy during this time of the season, so before we let time get away from us, we want to wish you all a wonderful Thanksgiving full of love and laughter with family and friends and great memories of […]

Our endorsements for the November 2nd election

After careful review of the candidates and ballot measures, The Pomona Valley Democratic Club is pleased to announce our endorsements for the November 2nd election. Vote Measure SS Sacramento has let our children down. California currently ranks 49th out of 50 states in […]

Toast to Hope, Wine Tasting and Friendraising event honoring Tyra Rose Weis, President of the Associated Pomona Teachers

This year, it is with great pleasure that we congratulate Tyra Rose Weis, President of the Associated Pomona Teachers on being selected as the recipient of this year’s Pomona Valley Democratic Club Hope Award for 2010.  The “Hope Award” is the highest accolade […]

Pomona’s Decades Long Economic Doldrums Are Directly Linked To the Distrust Poor Minority Communities Have of Police

For decades now, Pomona’s poor Black and Latino communities have alleged police abuse. They claim that the governing establishment has been deaf to their concerns.  As a result, a great mistrust of the Pomona Police Department has been festering in the very communities […]

City of Bell Scandal

Scandals and more scandals.  Heard about the City of Bell scandal which erupted a few weeks ago thanks to the political journalism of the Los Angeles Times?  Who would of believed that a city manager would be making about $800K (not to mention […]