Tuesday June 28, 2016: Former State Assemblymember and Uptown Democratic Club member Howard Wayne to debrief the club on the June 7, 2016 Primary results.

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Howard is a long time member of the uptown Democratic club, and worked with the club in getting San Diego to adopt district elections for the election of city council members.

Howard represented San Diego in the California State assembly. He chaired the natural resources committee and authored the first law in the country to require state-wide monitoring of beach waters. He also wrote the first law in the country to provide money for breast cancer treatment for poor women. Howard obtained funding to provide citywide curbside recycling for single-family dwellings in San Diego.

As an attorney, Howard Wayne has argued six cases in the California Supreme Court and has been named public attorney of the year by the San Diego County Bar Association. He is the vice chair of the San Diego Democratic Party, and has provided insights on national, state-wide and local political developments in talks to many Democratic clubs.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:

Howard Wayne (born in Fresno, CA) is the Vice Chair, Central Area of the San Diego County Democratic Party. Previously, he served as the Democratic Assemblymember in the California Legislature from 1996 until 2002, representing California’s 78th State Assembly district.

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Wikipedia Link to Howard Wayne Bio

When & Where: Tuesday, June 28, 2016 7 PM, 6:30 PM Social & Networking & Sign-In Period.

Joyce Beers Community Center, 1220 Cleveland Ave, San Diego 92103 (In the Ralphs-Trader Joe’s Shopping Center, Hillcrest).

 

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