11 Oct

Sign Our Petition – Restore Obamacare’s Birth Control Coverage Rule


Donald Trump announced today that he is repealing the Obamacare rule that requires insurance plans cover birth control for women. This is an outrageous move that hurts women – and their partners – in order to satisfy hypocritical right-wing men who can’t escape their deluded, archaic views on women.

We, as Democrats, have to stand up and fight back against this ridiculous and sexist rule change. Please join me in adding your name to our petition urging California’s Members of Congress to restore the birth control coverage requirement for private insurance.

Click here to add your name.

Women deserve to have control over their healthcare decisions, and that includes the decision of whether or not to become pregnant. This rule change may satisfy some of Trump’s most extremist and anti-Women supporters, but it will only hurt millions of American women, their partners and their families.

Please add your name to our petition fighting back against this latest assault on women’s rights. When we make our voices heard, we can protect the gains we’ve made and make new progress for women.

Click here to add your name.

Democratically Yours,

Jenny Bach, Secretary
California Democratic Party


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11 Oct

James Clapper makes only endorsement, ever

The Fresno County Democratic Central Committee has not endorsed any candidate in this race.


Jeff Bleich for Lieutenant Governor 2018 FPPC # 1396288

As a senior advisor to President Obama and as his U.S. Ambassador to Australia, I had an opportunity to serve with James Clapper to help secure our nation against cybersecurity threats. General Clapper is a principled leader who has worked tirelessly to defend our nation. It’s truly an honor to earn his only endorsement, ever.

Please take a moment to share this significant endorsement with your friends and family on social media and by email.

Cyberattacks are increasing in frequency and they inflict serious costs, harm, and fear upon all Californians. California should be leading efforts to protect our families, our businesses, and all of our sensitive data. As Lt. Governor, I will use my leadership on the California Emergency Council to develop the public information network, workforce, and broad collaboration needed to protect Californians from cyberthreats.

I will also call upon our university and community college systems to strengthen their efforts to develop a highly trained workforce to combat cyberattacks.

There are solutions. We just need to commit ourselves to solving these tough problems.


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