Candidates for SBCDP Leadership

Hello, Democrats!

These are the current candidates for SBCDP Leadership positions. Elections for these positions will be held at our General Meeting/Reorganizational Meeting at 7:00 pm May 23, in person, at the CTA, 430 E. Vanderbilt Way in San Bernardino.

Chair – Kristin Washington, AD 50, Permanent Alternate for Joe Kerr
1st Vice Chair – Sarah Gardam-Thomas, AD 34
2nd Vice Chair – Jim Gallagher, AD 59
3rd Vice Chair – Stacey Ramos, AD 50
Treasurer – no candidates declared yet
Corresponding Secretary – Lorraine Enriquez, AD 50
Recording Secretary – no candidates declared yet

If you are an elected member of the incoming Central Committee and you are interested in running for one of these positions, please declare by emailing Candidates who declare by May 14th will be on the printed ballots at the meeting; candidates who declare after May 14th will run as write-in candidates.

Updated May 15, 7:10 pm

San Bernardino Democrats Call for Bilateral Ceasefire in the Israel-Hamas Conflict

Our Endorsements for Nonpartisan Races, Primary 2024

Primary Endorsement Process

San Bernardino County Candidates:

If you are a Democrat running for a non-partisan seat in the March 2024 Primary, you are eligible to seek the endorsement of the County Democratic Party.

  1. Pay the candidate filing fee of $25 here:
  2. Complete the written questionnaire by Friday, November 24th @ 5:00 pm:
  3. Face-to-face interviews will be scheduled for early December. Dates, times, location TBA.
  4. Endorsement decisions will be made on Thursday, December 14th.

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Voting Seat Open

The San Bernardino County Democratic Central Committee will be filling an open Voting Member seat.


Registered Democrat, San Bernardino County Resident, Registered to vote in the Old Assembly District (AD) 55 

If you are interested in standing for this seat, please email

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Happy Pride!

Rainbow flag with the San Bernardino County Democratic Party logo, with text reading Happy Pride, San Bernardino County! San Bernardino County Democratic Party.

As we join the nation in a glorious, month-long celebration of the LGBTQ+ community, we want to highlight this week’s news that the City of San Bernardino just proclaimed June Pride Month for the first time.

At a time when anti-LGBTQ+ activists throughout the country are banning LGBTQ+ themed books, inclusive curriculum, and recycling harmful lies about LGBTQ+ educators and mentors, we need more city leaders to stand tall, risk pushback from hate-filled groups, and show support for the members of the LGBTQ+ community.

At a time when an unprecedented number of anti-LGBTQ+ bills have been introduced in various states that are sometimes passing in state legislatures and are often targeting LGBTQ+ youth and specifically transgender youth, we need more leaders to use the power of their position to protect members of our communities and our youth from such dangerous attacks.

That is because these are the times we’ve heard about; when leaders do what is right, even when it feels uncomfortable.

While the San Bernardino County Democratic Party has no flagpole on which to fly a flag, we will continue “flying” the flag this month on our Social Media sites and other forms of communication, because we know that the Pride flag is not merely a symbol of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, but it’s a symbol of love, of struggle, and sacrifice.

Next year, we hope more cities will celebrate Pride month along with us, not only with a proclamation, but by flying the Pride flag, too. And we look for the County of San Bernardino to follow the lead of the progress just made by the County of Los Angeles, by flying the flag with pride throughout San Bernardino County.

Kristin Washington
Chair, San Bernardino County Democrats

Vacancies in Assembly District 40

The San Bernardino County Democratic Central Committee has a vacancy for one (1) voting member seat  

Eligibility:  You must be a registered Democrat, currently living in the San Bernardino County jurisdiction of the old Assembly District 40.  

If you are not sure if you qualify, please contact us at

If you are interested and eligible, please email us at

San Bernardino Democrats support the Creation of the Chuckwalla National Monument

Representative Ruiz (CA-25) has introduced The Chuckwalla National Monument Establishment and Joshua Tree National Park Expansion Act of 2023. Earlier this summer, San Bernardino Democrats passed a resolution in support of the creation of this monument.