Rescinding our endorsement of Salvador Solorio-Ruiz
In 2020, Salvador Solorio-Ruiz applied for the California Democratic Renters Council's endorsement when he was first running for Delano City Council. As part of the endorsement, he completed our candidate questionnaire, which included questions on rent control, as well as Prop 21, a ballot measure that would allow cities to expand rent control to more types of buildings.
Renters Council Post - Election Membership Meeting - Thursday, Nov. 17, 8pm: Online at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMlde-grTItH9D7-P2y7fdFvNwNvb94BOkz
We will have a recap of the election results, hear from some of our endorsed candidates and ballot measure campaigns, and discuss some of the upcoming special elections. For the rest of the CA Democratic Party E-Board conference schedule, please visit https://cadem.org/executive-board/
Apply Now to run to be a CADEM Delegate: Candidate registration is open now through December 9, 2022 to run to be a California Democratic Party Delegate. 14 delegates will be elected from each Assembly District in the ADEM (Assembly District Election Meeting). ADEM delegates make up around 1/3 of all party delegates, and vote on party endorsements, serve on committees, and more. Renters make up half of all Californians - let's make sure we're represented in the party!
Apply at https://ademelections.com/
Renters Reception with the Alameda Labor Council and Housing is a Human Right.
Saturday, July 9, 2:30-5pm. El Cholo, 1037 Flower Street, Los Angeles. Indoor location. Food and drink provided.
Online Membership Meeting
Wednesday, July 6, 2022, 5:30-7pm - Click Here For Meeting Minutes, see below for video
AHF, Housing is a Human Right, Rent Control, and the Adaptive Reuse Model
The CDP Renters Council applauds AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) and its housing advocacy division, Housing is a Human Right (HHR), which has for many years, championed rent control, and worked to preserve rent-controlled housing besides help produce over 1400 units of housing for extremely low income renters through adaptive reuse (rehabbing older buildings) in Los Angeles (more than the entire City of Los Angeles has created since the 2016 passage of Proposition HHH).