If you are a registered Democrat living in one of these Assembly Districts, we’re looking for you! Existing Assembly Districts (check on Wikipedia if you’re not sure what district you’re in) need representation on the Central Committee. We need one member for AD33, one member for AD40, and three members in AD41.
Join us to work with other Democrats in your area and around the County to help elect more Democrats! Please email SBDemocrat@gmail.com by March 20 if you want more information.
It’s 2022 and we’re revving up for a busy election year!
The San Bernardino County Democratic Party is preparing progressive candidates to run for local offices. If you’ve ever wanted to serve your community, now is the time to find out how! If you are thinking of running or if you have already decided to run, this training is for you.
The monthly trainings will provide candidates and potential candidates with all they need to run a successful local campaign in San Bernardino County. Here’s the line up:
Session 1, Feb 27: So You Think You Want to Run for Office
• All the things you need to consider before running for local office.
Session 2, Mar 13: Finances, Forms, and Deadlines
• How to manage your campaign finances, reporting deadlines, and more.
Session 3, Mar 27: Knowing Your Community, Building a Network
• How to become known in your community and expand your network.
Session 4, Apr 3: Fundraising and Asking for Money
• Ways to raise funds, required reporting, and how to ask people to give to your campaign.
Session 5, May 1: Campaigns Strategies and Resources for Local Campaigns
• Helpful strategies and resources, including organizations that help elect Democrats.
Session 6, May 22: Finding Your Voice, Crafting Your Message for Success
• Figure out the issues that matter to you and how to communicate them to your voters.
Session 7, Jun 5: “Trip Wires” – What Can Go Wrong and How to Recover
• Some of the pitfalls of campaigning, how to avoid them, and how to get past them.
The San Bernardino County Democratic Party overwhelmingly voted at its General Meeting on January 27, 2022 to support AB 1400, Guaranteed Health Care for All, which is currently moving through the Assembly.
Several members spoke passionately in favor of this bill, recounting personal experiences with the health care system and how their lives and family members’ lives have been negatively impacted by the high cost of health care in California, and stating the belief that healthcare is a human right. The California Democratic Party’s platform includes universal, single-payer health care.
Members praised legislators with San Bernardino County constituencies who have endorsed this bill, including Assembly Majority Leader, Eloise Gómez Reyes.
Health care is a life and death matter that affects every Californian, regardless of immigration status, and the San Bernardino County Democratic Party hopes that every Democratic legislator in California will vote for universal health care at Monday’s floor vote.
Our press release is here. The letter circulated to lawmakers is here.
In keeping with the Democratic Party’s long-established support of reproductive rights, the San Bernardino County Democratic Party resolved on October 28, 2021 to support The Women’s Health Protection Act of 2021, which is under consideration in the US Senate at this time.
Democratic Representative Judy Chu (CA-27) has been instrumental in bringing forth this legislation, which, if enacted, will for the first time codify women’s access to abortion care under the Roe v. Wade decision of 1973. The House of Representatives passed H.R. 3755 on a party-line vote September 24, 2021, and companion Senate bill S. 1975 is currently before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The San Bernardino County Democratic Party resolved unanimously to urge the U.S. Senate to pass this bill, and prevent states from restricting access to abortion care. We also wish to commend Rep. Judy Chu for her tireless efforts on behalf of women’s reproductive rights.
During their August General Meeting, San Bernardino Democrats urged Gov. Newsom to reintroduce policies and measures that keep rooftop solar development affordable for homeowners. This is in response to efforts by investor owned utilities to hike the cost of installing and maintaining solar panels, after a similar bill was defeated in the California Assembly (AB 1139).
General Membership Meetings are usually held on 4th Thursday of the month except for November and December, whereas Executive Board Meetings are usually held on the second Sunday of every month.
The SBCDP Reorganization meeting was held: July 18, 2020 1:00pm via Zoom
NOTE: SBCDCC EBoard meetings are for the members of the EBoard. All others will be considered observers and will be muted during Agenda proceedings. As time permits, a comment period may open at the end of the meeting, allowing up to 3 minutes per observer.
Meetings are usually held every month but the date, time and location are subject to change based on Board Member availability and quorum. Please check back regularly.
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