October 18th event and voting recommendations

  DWCCV’s October Brunch Meeting

Saturday, October 18
9:30 to 11:30 AM
Boccaccio’s Restaurant
32123 Lindero Canyon Road
 Westlake Village. 
Brunch = $25
RSVP: Mary Kay Donahoe, 805-495-1515

The Meeting will focus on the six 2014

General Election Propositions.  

There will be brief presentations on each. 


The Vote-by-Mail Ballots have been delivered! If you received yours, it’s time to vote!

Here are the recommendations from the Ventura County Democrats and your Democratic Club of the Conejo Valley.

Please be sure to vote the WHOLE ballot! Remember that when Democrats vote, America wins!

Governor: Jerry Brown

Lieutenant Governor: Gavin Newsom

Attorney General: Kamala Harris

Controller: Betty Yee

Treasurer: John Chiang

Secretary of State: Alex Padilla

Insurance Commissioner: Dave Jones

Superintendent of Public Instruction: Tom Torlakson


YES on Proposition 1: Protects our water during a drought.

YES on Proposition 2: Creates a rainy day fund in the budget.

YES on Proposition 45: Makes health insurance companies justify their rates.

YES on Proposition 46: Requires drug & alcohol testing of doctors; requires doctors to consult prescription drug database before prescribing certain controlled medications; lifts medical malpractice cap on pain and suffering to account for inflation.

YES on Proposition 47: Reduces prison costs, reforms sentencing for petty offenses.

YES on Proposition 48: Allows certain Native American gaming compacts approved by the Legislature.   


U.S. Congress 26th District: Julia Brownley

CA State Assembly 44th District: Jacqui Irwin

Community College District, Area 2: Wes Davis

City Council of Thousand Oaks: Chaise Rasheed

Conejo Valley Unified School District: Bill Gorback

YES on Measure I: Conejo Unified School Bond