May 25

Message From The Chair

Dear Dems,

Let’s get to work and make sure the Blue Wave is coming!

I’m excited for the upcoming CADEM Convention in San Diego taking place from February 23rd to February 25th. We have a lot of work to do, in our party, and in  our caucus. I will be posting and distributing the upcoming meeting date and time, as well as the Agenda soon. We will also post our minutes from our last meeting.

I’m very excited to discuss the state of business for Democrats, and continue working on our subcommittees and goals for 2018. This is an exciting time for Democrats. So many of us are becoming increasingly involved in local and regional politics, and having a say in how policies are shaped, to impact our lives. In the meantime, we are also more committed to the issues that build the core of the Democratic party platform, and are emboldened by the gains we see on the blue side of the national isle, as well as the failings of Republican lawmakers who seem to have their own best interests at heart, not the nation’s.

We have a lot of gains to make, and a great deal of support to capitalize on as we build our party and our caucus. Let’s get to work!

With thanks,

Ray Bishop
BPC Chair

1 comment

    • Ray Bishop on September 14, 2017 at 12:08 pm
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    How could this happen. We need to require greater protection for our personal information. Place a freeze on access to our credit and be watchful for any improper activity.
    RB

    EQUIFAX CREDIT REPORTING SITE HACKED
    Last week, Equifax said hackers gained access to company data in a cybersecurity incident that could potentially affect 143 million people. The information accessed includes names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and, in some instances, driver’s license numbers. Additionally, credit card numbers for approximately 209,000 people and certain dispute documents with personal identifying information for approximately 182,000 U.S. consumers, were accessed.

    According to Equifax, the unauthorized access occurred mid-May through July 2017. Equifax has established a dedicated website to help consumers determine if their information has been potentially impacted and to sign up for credit file monitoring and identity theft protection. A dedicated call center is also available at 866-447-7559.

    As a result of the hack, consumers are vulnerable to fraud by cyber criminals and other scam artists.
    More information about what to watch for and additional steps to take to prevent identity theft.

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