SBCDCC Zoom Event | L&R Committee Kickoff | SAT. 2.27 2PM

The San Bernardino County Democratic Central Committee (SBCDCC) is hosting a zoom event to kick off the Legislation and Resolution Committee

  • Committee Overview – Irmalinda Osuna will share the committee purpose, goal, meeting details, etc.
  • Resolution Writing 101 – Ana Gonzalez will explain what is a resolution, how to draft one and carry it forward
  • Guest Speaker – Amber Rose Howard will discuss why the state budget process matters in addressing racial justice
  • Q&A
  • Next Steps– Closing remarks and how you can get involved

Event Date: Saturday, Feb 27, 2021 2:00 PM

Target Audience:

  • SBCD Central Committee members and alternates
  • SBCD Chartered Club Leaders

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Register here:

Fellow progressive Democrats

The California Nurses Association is hosting a training and educational meeting for CDP delegates and central committee members who support single payer guaranteed health care in California.

This meeting will include a brief policy overview and will focus on how Democratic Party activists can use their party positions to effectively advocate for state-level single payer health care and Medicare for All nationally. Amar Shergill, Chair of the CDP Progressive Caucus, will give opening remarks on the important role that California Democratic Party activists will play in this fight.

Sign up to attend the Single Payer Training on Thursday, Feb 11th, at 5pm.

Please invite other delegates and central committee members who support single payer health care with this short link:

San Bernardino Democrats Adopt Resolution

The San Bernardino County Democratic Central Committee calls on Governor Newsom to apply for waivers allowing California to implement Single Payer Health Care system within the first 100 days of the Biden Administration…

Download the entire Resolution by clicking here.

Declare your Candidacy – Deadline Jan 15th

Central Committee Members and Alternates,

Every two years, the California Democratic State Central Committee (DSCC) reorganizes.  Each time the DSCC reorganizes, our County Central Committee elects delegates to represent us on the DSCC.  This year, due to COVID restrictions, our delegate elections will be held on-line on Sat, Jan 23rd & Sun Jan 24th.  

To be eligible for these elections, you must be either a voting member of the San Bernardino County Democratic Central Committee or a Permanent Alternate.  If there are unfilled seats after the initial voting, appointed alternates will also be considered.

To make our election process as smooth as possible, let us know in advance that you intend to run for a delegate seat. Declaring your candidacy is easy.  Click here to go to the form and answer 4 quick questions:

The deadline to declare your candidacy for these elections is Fri, Jan 15th.

Remember this week for the right reasons


Like you, I was sickened by the siege that unfolded across my TV and social media screens on Wednesday. To prevent the peaceful transfer of power, Donald Trump incited those thugs to riot and storm the Capitol Building.  For that, the president should be removed from office immediately and those who desecrated the Capitol, and terrorized lawmakers and staff should be prosecuted.  The five lives lost during that reckless insurgence are on Donald Trump’s hands.

But I refuse to let those despicable and undemocratic acts overshadow the truly historic events that occurred this week.  On Tuesday and Wednesday, both races for Senate in GA were called for Democrats: Rev Raphael Warnock & Jon Ossoff.  This is big news, and we deserve the right to pat ourselves on the back! For months, we made phone calls, contributed money, and wrote postcards, all to get that victory in Georgia. 

We need to celebrate Rev Warnock’s election, making him the first African-American senator from Georgia.  We need to celebrate Jon Ossoff’s election, who at age 33 will be the first Millennial to hold a seat in the Senate, and the first Jewish senator elected in the South since the 1800’s.  We need to celebrate the heavy turn out by Georgia’s Black voters, who made those wins possible. And we need to celebrate the leadership of Black women in Georgia, like Stacey Abrams who led the strategizing and organizing efforts that made those victories a reality.

Want more reason to celebrate?  In spite of the lies of rampant voter fraud spewed by people like Donald Trump, and Senators Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley, the certification of the votes is a done deal! Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are officially our president and vice president elect.

We the people – Democrats – deserve this week’s headlines, not Trump’s hideous insurrectionists.  I get it that we must continue to hold Trump accountable for his false and inflammatory rhetoric and his undemocratic acts.  I understand the need for seriousness in the face of lost lives.  But the democratic election of Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff are deserving of celebration.  We need to take a moment from this difficult week, and savor the sweet success of our hard work.  We deserve it.

Kristin Washington Chair, San Bernardino County Democratic Party

Attention All San Bernardino County Democrats! Register for the California Democratic Party 2021 Delegate Election Now!

What do ADEM Delegates do for you at the State Party Level?

“The California Democratic Party  Bylaws (Article VI) provide that an Assembly District Election Meetings (ADEMS) be held in each of the 80 California Assembly Districts in January of each odd-numbered year to elect 7 “self-identified female” and 7 “other than self-identified female” to be Assembly District Delegates (ADDs) to represent the Assembly District they are registered in. These elections are open to all California Democrats.

Assembly District Delegates (ADD) and the Democratic State Central Committee (DSCC) are responsible for planning and attending informational meetings throughout the region and working with other DSCC delegates throughout California to represent their community.

AD Delegates are elected by voters (to participate in the ADEM you MUST be a registered Democrat in that Assembly District). Together, Delegates vote and conduct Party business at the yearly State Convention and Executive Board meetings. Register. Your stamped return ballot will be delivered to your home address. Go to Vote for your ADD Candidates!

Make a difference and join your local Democratic Club! Find one nearest you at

AD 41 will Caucus for a New Member

Assembly District 41 has experienced the loss of a dear member, Ms. Linda Baker. In accordance with the San Bernardino County Central Committee Bylaws, AD 41 will caucus to select a new member this Sunday, December 20, @4pm.

If you are a registered Democrat and live in California’s 41st Assembly District, you are eligible to run for this seat. Please attend the caucus by following the link below.

For more information, you may email Jim Gallagher at

New members, selected in caucus, must be approved by the general body of the San Bernardino County Central Committee at their next general meeting. This meeting will be held Thursday, January 28th @7pm. All registered Democrats are welcome to attend this meeting.


We endorsed them, and you elected them.

Membership Available to Registered Democrats in AD 42, Morongo Basin and Yucaipa

If you are interested in joining the Democrats of San Bernardino County Central Committee and you live in Assembly District 42, please email to register.

A caucus of AD 42 members will be held Tuesday, November 17th @6:00pm to recommend a new member to the Central Committee. The only requirement is that candidates be registered democrats who live in the 42nd Assembly District of California. This area includes the Morongo Basin and Yucaipa, as well other outlying rural areas.

Executive Board Meeting – Sunday, October 11th @4pm

Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.