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Thanks, John! Last April, California Democratic Party Delegates Victoria Sanchez De Alba and I (Dan Stegink) co-authored the resolution 19-05.49 titled "California Democratic Party Resolution Against Citizenship Questions on US Census" to protect California residents from an attempt to both weaponize the census against people of color and deprive the State of California of more than $880 billion in federal funding.

Not quite a month ago, on Sunday, June 2, 2019 our resolution passed a 3,300-delegate floor vote of the California Democratic Party and was designated as one of the 14 Priority Initiatives of the CDP, with Secretary of State Alex Padilla presenting a short video supporting the vote, and we understand this resolution was included as part of the State of California's official opposition in its US Supreme Court arguments at the end of June.

We've been told this was the first CDP resolution in California history written by Pacificans, and we'd like to thank everyone who supported us. Here's the complete list of 2019 Floor Resolutions chosen from more than 200 submitted. Ours is the second one:

https://www.cadem.org/our-party/standing-committees/body/Resolutions-Committee-Report-Measure.pdf#page=2

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