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916-409-2082
Email: lincolndems@gmail.com

Lincoln Democratic Club
PO Box 834
Lincoln CA 95648

Silke Pflueger needs our support in her campaign for California State Senate  from District 1.  The seat became open when incumbent Ted Gaines was elected to the Board of Equalization last November.    There will be a special election on March 26 with ballots being mailed February 27.  The top two vote getters will be on the ballot for the June 4 Special General Election so it is critical that Silke be one of the top two.
 
State of Jefferson advocate Steven Baird has re-registered as a Democrat to pull votes away from our side. He is now running in the primary as a Democrat -- against Silke!
 
We need to let the public know who the real Democrat is in this race, and we absolutely need to do everything we can  to get her into the general election.
  
In 2016, Baird ran for this seat as a Republican and in this interview states that his goal is to submit a bill in the California Senate to create the State of Jefferson: 
http://www.auburnjournal.com/article/5/18/16/election-selections-1st-senate-district-steven-baird-republican 
 
Watch his video on the State of Jefferson YouTube channel 
 
Join her in engaging voters, email campaign by contacting Emilio Vaca at emiliovaca7@gmail.com
 

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Meet Silke  

Lincoln Democratic Club meeting

February 21  6:45pm
Granite Springs Church, 1170 E. Joiner Parkway

URGENT

VOTE IN THE SPECIAL ELECTION PRIMARY MARCH 26TH, 2019!​


​SILKE PFLUEGER

​​Democratic Candidate, CA Senate District 1


February 21, 2019

General Meeting


Guest Speakers:


​Marcos  Breton





Jack Ohman




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