19 Apr

Add your name to save the Paris Agreement



At a time when we should be leading the world community, the Trump Administration is openly hostile to confronting climate change. They’re disputing the science behind this global emergency while actively rolling back regulations designed to address it. We can’t shrink from our responsibility to save our planet.

As we speak, naysayers inside Trump’s White House are discussing “whether to recommend [Trump] withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord.”

This historic agreement with nearly 200 others countries would significantly reduce carbon emissions in the United States by 2025. That is an important goal in the fight to save our children’s future. If we abandon this agreement, it will be catastrophic for our planet, for ourselves, and for future generations.

A decision from the White House could come at any moment. That’s why we need you to make your voice heard in this fight before it’s too late:

Add your name to tell Trump: we should not abandon our responsibility to address climate change by withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accords.


By no means is this a perfect deal, but I intend to stand up against anyone who suggests there is no such thing as climate change or dilutes our responsibility to address this crisis. This is a moment in time where we must intensify the fight for our future, not abandon it.

Thanks for everything you do. Fight on.

– Kamala


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19 Apr

Mr. Trump Show Us Your Taxes

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

Norma Alcala For Women’s Vice Chair

California Democratic Party

April 15 ,2017, Norma Alcala at Tax March at State Capitol


Thank You Sacramento County Central Committee for Endorsing Norma Alcala



April 15 March for Trump’s Tax Returns at the Capitol



When Donald Trump was campaigning for president, he promised the American public he would release his tax returns BUT he never did.

Trump again was asked to show us his taxes and told us that his taxes were under IRS audit and he would release them when he became president BUT he never did.

Now that Trump is president, he is bragging to the American people that he is keeping every promise he made during his campaign but he still has not shown us his tax returns.

The most recent Washington Post polling stated that 74 percent of Americans and 53 percent of Republicans want Trump to release his tax returns. Trump is telling the world, that the American people do not care about his taxes. Well Donald, I do. I want to see your taxes. Show me your taxes Trump-what are you hiding?

On April 15, 2017, rallies all over America demanded Trump release his tax returns. The American people demand transparency and accountability. Every CA Republican congressional member voted to conceal TRUMP’S tax returns from us in California. So what can we do about it? We can make their vote to conceal TRUMP’S tax returns the issue of their campaigns in 2018. We need to remove ISSA, DENHAM, NUNES, VALADEO, ROYCE, WALTERS, RORABAUCHER and all the others. They need to hear it from the ballot box.

They claim to be moderates but when push comes to shove they vote for TRUMP and their party over their constituents best

April 18, 2017 Phone Banking for Jon Ossoff, of Georgia, with Jan Dougherty and Eric Sunderland

interests every time.

We are not the uneducated. We are not his cult followers who drink his Koolaide. To quote a great American, Senator Bernie Sanders, “We the people must rise up and be heard, we are America.” This resistance must be one of action.We need to flood the White House and every Republican congressional office and Republican senate office and demand that Trump release his tax returns. We must never abandon the most powerful tool we have as the American people, the vote. And that is what makes America great.


Norma Alcala

Elected Trustee of the Washington Unified School District

Vice Chair Chicano Latino Caucus, California Democratic Party


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Norma Introducing Bernie Sanders in 2016

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