David Roddy

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David Roddy is a California activist.

Davis DSAers

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Davis Democratic Socialists April 12, 2012 · L to R Brett Lemke, Maxx Bartko, David Roddy (Fearless Leader), Crystal, and Teresa Ruark at Occupy The Capitol. The Davis YDS endorsed the “March On March” actions March 1-5, and in conjunction with Occupy Davis, and Occupy UCD, helped put together the Funeral For Public Education, which kicked off a series of events that led to the occupation of the Sacramento, CA capitol on Lobby Day.

YDS contact

In 2013 David Roddy, was University of California, Davis Young Democratic Socialists contact person.[1]

2013 DSA leadership

National Political Committee

Davis Democratic Socialist

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Davis Democratic Socialists November 21, 2013 ·

Comrades at the picket line! — with Brett Lemke, Maxx Bartko, Ian Lee and David Roddy.

DSA Leaders

Sacramento Valley Democratic Socialists of America held a general membership meeting Sept 22, 2014 and elected an executive committee.[3].

Bera connection

Some of the Amador County residents who participated in the We Are One rally in Sacramento on Monday the 4th, 2011 were David Roddy and Mike Israel , Nora Coryell and Mike Pulskamp, and Janet Kendig, along with several others.

Ami Bera recognized us and stopped by to chat about his new campaign to defeat Dan Lungren and the need for solidarity amongst workers around the country. [4]

Sacramento DSA

In 2016 David Roddy was a member of Sacramento Democratic Socialists of America. He signed the Give The People What They Want: DSA Members on 2016 and Beyond letter.[5]

DSA Healthcare Rally

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Phillip Kim with Shane Brinton and David Roddy, Jonah Paul, .Annabel Vera, Shirley Toy, Ellen Mack, April Ford, Mel Ody, David Hildebrand, Alyssa De La Rosa, Ian Lee, Andee Sunderland, Eric Sunderland, Sandra Delgadillo Kearns, Russell Rawlings.

April 11 2017· Sacramento, CA ·

Mark your calendar for Wed. April 26, 11am! Sacramento Rally & Senate Health Cmte Hearing-SB 562's 1st Vote! If you support single payer / healthcare for all, we need hundreds of people there to make sure that the Senate Health Committee votes in favor of SB.[6]

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