Local Dems, galvanized by Trump, looking long-term

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Local Dems, galvanized by Trump, looking long-term

Patti Sulpizio, president of a Democratic Party club in Santa Clarita called the Democratic Alliance for Action, says membership has exploded in recent months.

Diana Shaw, also a member of the DAA, says that, in January, she formed a local chapter of “Indivisible,” a progressive-leaning group that has published an organizing and protest manual – “and 130 immediately signed up.”

Phillip Germain, a College of the Canyons political science major and founder of a new progressive group called Santa Clarita Valley United for Progress (SCVUP), says his organization’s Facebook page now has about 500 members and continues to grow. Read more

Locals gather at a protest organized by the Democratic Alliance for Action outside College of the Canyon’s University Center on Feb. 8, 2017. Dan Watson/Signal

By | 2017-04-04T18:17:12+00:00 February 20th, 2017|Faculty, News|0 Comments

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