Most of our projects are shown in photos below


This collage includes images from events before 2017.

All images below this collage are from recent events. 


JULY 4th 2018



March 29, 2018

Banner Drop over Ignacio Valley Rd. in Walnut Creek


March 24, 2018

March For Our Lives

Walnut Creek, CA


January 11, 2018

Eight patriotic progressives hang freeway banners on Ygnacio Valley Rd.


NOVEMBER 18, 2017

Photo from our Northern California Clean Money Campaign​ Grassroots Summit celebrating our historic victory for AB 249 the California Disclose Act​ and planning our next attacks on Big Money.

SIGN PETITION for next step, SB 651, Petition Disclosure Act, showing initiatives trying to buy onto the ballot ==>


October 21, 2017

Contra Costa MoveOn General Meeting David Often-Brown an ACLU Board member spoke about "The Assault on Voters' Rights and What the ACLU Is Doing About It."


July 29, 2017

Contra Costa MoveOn Holds Health Care Rally

Featured On Channel 2, 4, 5 ,7 News


Meetings with Our Legislators

June 21, 2017

On Wed.  June 21, 5 dedicated East Bay activists met with Assemblymember Tim Grayson, District 14 and Assemblymember Catharine Baker at their offices in Sacramento to lobby for their endorsement of the CA DISCLOSE Act. Trent Lange, the California Clean Money Director, led the meeting.  The East Bay attendees are Shirley Shelangoski, Carol Weed, Pam Mirabella, Andrea Slater and Sheilah Fish


The disappointing change in the DISCLOSE Act  

Now Assembly Bill 249, formerly Assembly Bill 14


The bill was on hold while its author, Democratic Assemblyman Jimmy Gomez of Los Angeles, negotiated behind the scenes with key labor unions. Assemblymember released a new version, Assembly Bill 249, and it's been substantially watered down. Instead of applying the proposed disclosure rules to ads for all kinds of political campaigns, the new version would only require the actual funders be listed on ballot measures ads, not candidate ads. Last year in California, ballot measure campaigns drew a record $473 million.


What the new rendition of the bill leaves out is a large and growing sector of political advertising-the commercials and mailers paid for by so-called "independent expenditures." Last year, these independent groups spent $80.7 million on campaigns in California as they worked to sway the outcome of numerous legislative races.  Please click here for the complete article.

May 30, 2017

In a meeting with Congressman  Mark DeSaulnier's at his office in Walnut Creek on May 30

discussions took place in support of the DISCLOSE Act, and the Sarbanes bill in Congress.


April 15, 2017

Contra Costa MoveOn Hold Tax Day Rally


Stop the #SwampCabinet rally!

At Senator Diane Feinstein's Office