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Post Title - Change Me

September 19, 2021
Dear DemOC PAC Members and Friends,

Thank goodness we and sanity prevailed in the recall. Now we can focus on 2022. I am looking forward to our meeting on Tuesday but even more, I am looking forward to meeting in person. How many of you are willing to get together? Are you willing to sit separated (or in pods with friends), masked, where we all have shown our vaccine cards? Please respond to this email with a Yes or No.

Our meeting Tuesday will definitely be fascinating. Following the meeting, with its focus on the Climate Crisis, I hope some will stay for a conversation where we can talk about the many issues that concern us, what meetings you would like to see, and just catch up!


Dennis Arp
Citizens' Climate Lobby

Discussing what is happening right now,
legislative action and congressional hurdles
and the recent U.N. climate report

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

6:00 pm
Zoom link
 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89936149965

Dennis Arp is the group leader for Citizens’ Climate Lobby's North Orange County/ Southeast LA County chapter, which encompasses three congressional districts: CA-38 (Rep. Linda Sanchez), CA-39 (Rep. Young Kim) and CA-40 (Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard). CCL is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to combatting climate change, building support in Congress for national bipartisan solutions, and empowering people to exercise their personal and political power. Dennis has lobbied on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on CCL’s behalf; his CCL chapter currently is planning a rally and march in OC in October to encourage climate change activism. In his day job, Dennis is a senior editor on the communications team at Chapman University in Orange. 

Recall tomorrow, Climate next Tuesday!

September 13, 2021
Dear DemOC PAC Members and Friends,

Less than 24 hours to the Recall deadline (Sept. 14). I know you have voted. Now, please make sure everyone you know has voted as well ... send emails, make calls, and post on your social media TODAY. It is imperative that we DEFEAT the Recall. And it is not too late to take some of the actions listed below. We need to make sure the far right doesn't take over our Blue state and make a mockery of our democracy.

What a weekend it was, reflecting on 20 years since 9/11, how we came together as a country then and where we are now. The tragedy then and the tragedy today.
And then, to me, Biden's strength and courage as a president when he called for the vaccine mandates.

I'm so looking forward to our meeting in just over a week when we meet to discuss a topic so critical to all of us...CLIMATE. After the Recall vote, we need to focus on pushing Congress to do the right thing and pass both the bipartisan physical infrastructure bill and the larger $3.5 trillion social infrastructure/Climate bill. The second is absolutely essential. Be ready for a fascinating meeting when we welcome


Dennis Arp
Citizens' Climate Lobby

Discussing what is happening right now,
legislative action and congressional hurdles
and the U.N. climate report
Tuesday, September 21, 2021

6:00 pm
Zoom link
 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89936149965

Dennis Arp is the group leader for Citizens’ Climate Lobby's North Orange County/ Southeast LA County chapter, which encompasses three congressional districts: CA-38 (Rep. Linda Sanchez), CA-39 (Rep. Young Kim) and CA-40 (Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard). CCL is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to combatting climate change, building support in Congress for national bipartisan solutions, and empowering people to exercise their personal and political power. Dennis has lobbied on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on CCL’s behalf; his CCL chapter currently is planning a rally and march in OC in October to encourage climate change activism. In his day job, Dennis is a senior editor on the communications team at Chapman University in Orange. 

Labor Day Weekend

September 04, 2021
Dear DemOC PAC Members and Friends,

I always love Labor Day weekend. The last weekend to escape from the world, do nothing, read a book, go to the beach and spend time with whoever makes us happy. I still intend to do some of that ... I hope. But there is so much on our plate. We must all work to stop this terrible recall of our governor. This is an overreach by the wretched right wing to take our state and make a mockery of the democratic process, for which which they have no respect. Please take the time to go below and click on at least one of our activism links!

And don't forget ... you can always donate to DemOC PAC by hitting the Donate Now button below. It is going to be a busy fundraising season with all that we are facing!

I'm not going to write today about Texas or climate ... we all know far too much about the news. Before you head off for the weekend (or whenever you read this), please mark Tuesday, September 21 on your calendar. We are excited to announce this meeting about one of THE MOST topical issues of our time. We look forward to welcoming


Dennis Arp
Citizens' Climate Lobby

Discussing what is happening right now,
legislative action and Congressional hurdles
and the U.N. climate report
Tuesday, September 21, 2021

6:00 pm
Zoom link
 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89936149965

Dennis Arp is the group leader for Citizens’ Climate Lobby's North Orange County/Southeast LA County chapter, which encompasses three congressional districts: CA-38 (Rep. Linda Sanchez), CA-39 (Rep. Young Kim) and CA-40 (Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard). CCL is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to combatting climate change, building support in Congress for national bipartisan solutions, and empowering people to exercise their personal and political power. Dennis has lobbied on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on CCL’s behalf; his CCL chapter currently is planning a rally and march in OC in October to encourage climate change activism. In his day job, Dennis is a senior editor on the communications team at Chapman University in Orange.