May 25

I Want You

I Want YOU

I Want YOU

Please join us at our next caucus meeting to be held at the California EBoard Meeting November 19, 2016 at the Mission Bay Hyatt Regency,  1441 Quivira Road, San Diego. 4:pm

Agenda

Members open forum

Oligarchy vs Entrepreneurship

Power of Money vs Power of People

Free enterprise and the spirit of America

Where do we stand as a party?
Working together?
What can we do?
What should we do?

All persons are welcome – coffee will be served

3:45 – Members Sign In

4:00 –  Chair, Ray Bishop an Overview of what we face.

            Officers – Brigette Hanley, Vice President North

                             Todd Sargent, Vice President South

                              Sue Gunther, Secretary

                              Cecile Bendavid, Treasurer

4:15- The Following Special Guests will speak to be followed by questions or a brief statement by members of the Caucus.

Betty Yee, State Controller, Our Economy, the impact of Consolidation of Companies on Small Business.  Can we preserve our Freedom to Start a new Business and Compete?  How does this contribute to Economic Equality when Sen. Sanders states that one-tenth of one-tenth of the wealthy in America control fifty per-cent of the wealth.

Tom Steyer, Progressive Advocate & Businessman, the impact of Money on our Electorate. If the elected must depend on funding to remain in office and they are beholden to the wealthy donors.  Will this cause the Electorate to feel that the vote does not matter? 

Eric Bauman, Candidate Chair-CDP, Vice Chair-CDP, Chair LACDP, Deputy to the Assembly Leader, the Continuing Role of the Political Party as a Representative of the People or Representative of the Wealthy.  Are our Political Parties forced to cater to the wealthy donors over the activists?  If so will this lead to a further concentration of wealth by favorable regulations and lower taxes for the wealthy?

What about the Judicial System and the cost?  If a Small Business Owner is not paid or is cheated by a wealthy person or corporation, how can one afford to obtain a judgement in court if discovery and the lengthy time to litigate is so costly?

Members will discuss these important matters as well as other issues that are of special concern to active members.        

May 25

Message From The Chair

CDP – Business & Professional Caucus
Saturday November 19, 2016
Meeting
Mission Bay Hyatt – San Diego

Caucus Agenda
FROM: Ray Bishop, Chair, Business & Professional Caucus CDP
rbishop@bishopassociates.org 818-705-0844

The purpose of this Caucus is to promote and encourage full participation by Business and Professional People in the Democratic Party and its activities at all levels. We hope you will join us.

TO PAY DUES
To pay dues, please visit the CDP website at here or pay by check or cash prior to the meeting.

All persons are required to sign in to attend; however, to vote a person must be a member in good standing. A member who paid dues within the past two weeks should bring a copy of the receipt to insure eligibility to vote.

I
Thanks for your friendship and interest in a Progressive Democracy.

Sincerely,

Ray Bishop
Chair
rbishop@bishopassociates.org
818-705-0844

www.cadem.org

Dec 23

California Automatic Voter Registration a Reality

microphone-copyOn Saturday, October 10th, 2015 Governor Jerry Brown signed into law measures which will eventually make voter registration automatic for ALL California citizens who get or renew a California drivers license.

The bill was a priority of newly elected Secretary of State Alex Padilla, who championed its provisions during his election bid.

This makes California the second state to enact such measures much to the chagrin of republican and right wing conservative political punsters who want to restrict voter registration as much as possible. Republicans see widespread voter participation as a challenge to their desire to limit voting to white, property owning males.

Dec 09

Welcome to Our New Updated Website

WhistlingDonkey1Welcome to the Business and Professional Caucus Website of the California Democratic Party.

With this new website edited by Cecile Bendavid, we hope to establish better communications with our members and the general public so stay tuned and watch us grow!