Chicano/Latino Democratic Club of Southern Alameda County - CALDO
In July 2003, Chicano/Latino community members joined together in Hayward and founded the Chicano/Latino Demos of Southern Alameda County (CALDO). It was chartered by the Alameda County Democratic Central Committee on September 3, 2003.
This club is formed to carry out the following purposes:
º To propose, discuss and act on public policy issues with emphasis on issues impacting the Chicano/Latino community iwth particular attention to education on political issues and local political action.
º To practice political education in English and in Spanish with empashis in youth, new citizens and immigrant newcomers in order to secure the welfare of the Chicano/Latino community and the Democratic Party and its ideas in our community.
º To promote the participation of the Chicano/Latino community in the Democratic Party.
º To contribute to the growth of the Democratic Party in the Chicano/Latino Community of Alameda County.
º To develop and encourage a grass-roots voice within the California Democratic Party, to foster continuing adherence to Democratic ideals within the Party for the Latino community.
º Identify, recruit and prepare future Chicano/Latino leaders.
qualities of a good leader
Would like to join us? You be part of one of our committees.
- Fundraising Committee
-Newsletter and Publicity Committee
-Program and Telephone Committee
-Voter Registration Committee
Visit and help out our fellow Democrats at the
Democratic Campaign Headquarters
550 Vía Mercado, San Lorenzo
A day in the life of Joe Republican
We need more elected Latinos, especially in our Bay Area
Ir a - Go to CALDO Calendar
Ir a - Go to CALDO in 2004
Ir a - Go to CALDO Membership Form
Ir a - Go to CALDO Officers
Ir a - Go to CALDO y la olla
¡Vota! por Raúl Anguiano