The PYD web page is here: https://www.pydems.org/ 

You can find more information about the PYD including details on their monthly meeting and other events on their Facebook page here: PYD Facebook Page

About the PYD:

Whether you are looking for friends, mentors, professional connections, people to help with an ambitious civics project, or places to volunteer, PYD (Peninsula Young Democrats) is the group for you. We host and sponsor fun events, intellectual discussions, and opportunities for political activism. Get the inside scoop and get involved in local politics. Network with elected officials, staffers, students, and young professionals from diverse fields and backgrounds.

We have been extraordinarily effective, helping shape party prorities, campaigning for candidates, registering local voters, and educating the public about important issues. More is on the way! But to reach our goals (including helping you with YOUR goals), PYD is looking to grow our membership and develop future leaders. We want you to help shape this club.

Connect with us today and join us at our upcoming events. Many of our events are open to people of all ages, regardless of political party. However, we can only offer official membership to registered Democrats age 35 and under, living or working on the San Francisco Peninsula. We can also help you connect with our sister clubs in San Jose, San Francisco, and the East Bay.

2016 PYD Officers:

  • President: Michael Vargas

  • Vice President of Membership: Alex Nunez

  • Political Director: Alex Nunez

  • Communications Director: Sarah Funes

  • Treasurer: Kate Varela

  • Secretary: Jules Brouillet

 Upcoming PYD Events: 

PYD meets on the 4th Thursday of every month. For information on the next meeting's date and location, as well as other club news and events, please see our Facebook Group. You can also like our Facebook Page for regular updates.

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PYD ENDORSEMENTS:

2016 Elections:

Note: *Denotes an incumbent.  ^Denotes a Peninsula Young Democrats member.

 

President of the United States: Hillary Clinton

US Senate: Kamala Harris

Congressional District 14: Jackie Speier*

Congressional District 17: Mike Honda*

Congressional District 18: Anna Eshoo*

State Senate District 11: Scott Wiener

State Senate District 13: Jerry Hill*

State Assembly District 19: Phil Ting*

State Assembly District 22: Kevin Mullin*

State Assembly District 24: Marc Berman^

San Mateo County Supervisor, District 5: David Canepa

San Mateo County Harbor District: Sabrina Brennan*

Daly City Council (vote for 2): Juslyn Manalo

Jefferson Union High School District (vote for 2): Andrew Lie*, Kalimah Salahuddin*

Mountain View City Council (vote for 4): Margaret Abe-Koga, Chris Clark*^, Thida Cornes, Lucas Ramirez^

Palo Alto City Council (vote for 4): Adrian Fine^, Liz Kniss*, Don McDougall, Greg Tanaka

Sunnyvale, Seat 4: Larry Klein*

Sunnyvale, Seat 6: Nancy Smith

Measure A, Santa Clara County, Affordable Housing Bond: Yes

Measure B, Santa Clara County, Transportation Bond: Yes

Measure K, San Mateo County, Sales Tax Extension for Infrastruction/Affordable Housing: Yes

Measure I, Belmont, Sales Tax: Yes

Measure Q, San Mateo, Rent Stabilization & Tenant Protections: Yes

Measure R, Burlingame, Rent Stabilization & Tenant Protections: Yes

Measure T, Jefferson Elementary School District (Daly City, Broadmoor, Colma, Part of Pacifica), Parcel Tax for School Funding: Yes

Measure V, Mountain View, Rent Stabiliation & Tenant Protections: Yes

Measure V, Daly City, Parcel Tax for Fire/Public Safety: Yes