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Vacancies in Assembly District 41

Registered Democrats may apply to become a voting member of this body. 3 Seats are available. The San Bernardino County Democratic Central Committee is seeking qualified registered Democrats to fill vacancies in the California’s 41st Assembly District. Half of the 41st Assembly District falls within Los Angeles County, however these vacancies are only available to …

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SBCDP Calls for LA City Council Members to Resign

Our press release:

Show your Community where you Stand — Yard Signs are now Available for this Election Cycle

Multiple styles of signs are available at our ActBlue page: Choose from 6 different messages. Each sign is 18” x 24” / 2-sided, all-weather, corrugated plastic, with 3/16″ thick w/H-Stakes. Same message appears on both sides **Yard Signs are for pick-up in Redlands, CA only. Sorry, no shipping. Pick-up address provided after orders are …

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Endorsement Announcement

Coming soon! The membership of the San Bernardino County Democratic Central Committee will be voting on the recommendations of the Endorsement Committee at our General Meeting on Thursday, August 25.

Honoring Socorro Cisneros

General Election Candidate Endorsements

Congratulations on your decision to run for public office! The San Bernardino County Democratic Party (SBCDP) is committed to electing Democrats at all levels of government.  Here are the steps to the SBCDP endorsement process: $25.00 Application fee (Payable here: ) Written questionnaire  (Click here for the questionnaire: ) Candidate interview  Interview committees submit endorsement recommendations to …

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Charter Schools Need to be Held Accountable

Resolution passed by the body of the San Bernardino Democratic Central Committee on May 26, 2022

San Bernardino County Democrats stand up for our Unions

One of our members, Ed Millican, wrote an op-ed the online periodical The Sacto-Politico today, detailing the work of the San Bernardino Democratic Party to support unions. Check it out!

Did you notice any of the following during yesterday’s election?

-Voter Intimidation -Electioneering withing 100 feet of a polling place -Polling places or pollsters that made it difficult for citizens to vote? Please report it to the Party’s hotline: (877) 321-VOTE (8683)

What district am I in now?

Every 10 years, following the Census, states go through a redistricting process to adjust boundaries to accommodate shifts in population. Many of us here in the County are in new Congressional, State Senate, and State Assembly districts. Your County, City and Town districts may also have changed. The final state maps can be viewed at …

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