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A Message From Mayor Scott Matas – The Desert Hot Springs Senior Center

July 22, 2024

Greetings Everyone! As your Mayor, I want to keep you fully informed of news that affects you and your quality of life as a resident of Desert Hot Springs.  Today, let’s talk about our Senior Center. I believe that no senior should be hungry, homeless or lonely, or go without health care. Desert Hot Springs…

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Keep Chaos Out Of Desert Hot Springs. Show Your Support For Mayor Scott Matas’ Re-Election by Endorsing Him Here

July 19, 2024

Mayor Scott Matas has been a long-time friend of the Desert Hot Springs LGBTQ+ community. He marches for us, he advocates for us, he appoints us to City committees and Commissions, he hangs out with us! He supports us and he relies on us to help him make DHS a better place for all residents.…

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Desert Hot Springs LGBTQ+ Should Run for a Seat on the Desert Hot Springs City Council. Time is Running Out. Start Preparing NOW!

July 15, 2024

Thankfully, we have LGBTQ representation throughout our City Government. There are LGBTQ City employees at all levels, including in senior roles. We have one LGBTQ member of our City Council (we used to have two). We have at least one LGBTQ member on the Planning Commission, one on the Public Safety Commission, and we have…

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Roger Nunez For Desert Hot Springs City Council District 2 – Campaign Kick-Off July 19th at 6:00pm at the Desert Hot Springs Elks Lodge. Be There To Show Your Support.

July 13, 2024
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Mayor Scott Matas Supports The Desert Hot Springs LGBTQ+ Community. This Is Why You Should Vote to Re-Elect Him.

July 10, 2024

Scott Matas is normal. He’s a decent person who cares about other people.  He doesn’t hate, he doesn’t “go after people”, doesn’t try to humiliate or control or bully anyone in public or in private.  He isn’t an obstructionist, he isn’t an agitator, he isn’t a dictator. He doesn’t want to harm trans kids, or…

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Will Rollins campaign not just about gunning for anti-LGBTQ Congressman Ken Calvert

June 23, 2024

  www.washingtonblade.com June 20, 2024 By Christopher Kane Click HERE to read story on original site.

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Six Reasons Why the LGBTQ+ community of Desert Hot Springs Should Vote For Scott Matas In November

June 22, 2024

1. Scott Matas is normal. He’s a decent person who cares about other people.  He doesn’t hate, he doesn’t “go after people”, doesn’t try to humiliate or control or bully anyone in public or in private.  He isn’t an obstructionist, he isn’t an agitator, he isn’t a dictator. He doesn’t want to harm trans kids,…

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Will Rollins is a Democrat Running Against MAGA Republican Ken Calvert to Represent Much of the Coachella Valley in the U.S. Congress. Support Will and Tell the Trumpers They are Not Welcome Here.

June 19, 2024

WILL ROLLINS FOR CONGRESS – SECURING LGBTQ RIGHTS AND EQUALITY My partner Paolo and I came of age when being gay was still a crime in many states,  homophobia was pervasive, same-sex marriage was illegal and LGBTQ people were not allowed to serve openly in the military. When elected to Congress, I will be a…

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Desert Hot Springs LGBTQ+ Should Run for a Seat on the Desert Hot Springs City Council, District 4. Time is Running Out. Start Preparing NOW!

June 17, 2024

Thankfully, we have LGBTQ representation throughout our City Government. There are LGBTQ City employees at all levels, including in senior roles. We have one LGBTQ member of our City Council (we used to have two). We have at least one LGBTQ member on the Planning Commission, one on the Public Safety Commission, and we have…

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Lisa Middleton for California State Senate – Here Are Lisa’s Priorities and Why We Should Vote For Her. So Vote For Her This November!

June 8, 2024

MEET LISA Lisa Middleton is a neighborhood advocate and City Councilmember who has delivered pragmatic, common-sense solutions to some of our region’s greatest challenges. A first-generation college student who grew up in a working-class community, Lisa has dedicated her life to public service.  On the Palm Springs City Council, Lisa has helped improve local transportation…

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