San Bernardino Democrats Support Affordable Solar

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).

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San Bernardino Democrats support Desert Conservation

Notice: SBCDCC General Meeting

General Meeting Notice –
Thursday, August 26, 2021 at 7:00pmYou are invited to participate in a meeting of the general membership of the San Bernardino County Democratic Central Committee on Thursday, July 22nd @7:00pm

Members are encouraged to sign in @6:30. Observers will be admitted @7:00PMThis meeting will be conducted via zoom. Please register by clicking on the link below.Registration required. All Democrats are welcome to attend.Register here for the link to the meeting:

San Bernardino Democrats Reject Extremist Rally

The San Bernardino County Democratic Party is outraged that the so-called America First Rally was able to land a venue in the Inland Empire. These extremist rallies are a platform for racism and lies, and they are not welcome here.  We join the chorus of angry voices – from Orange to Riverside County – denouncing everything about this hate-filled event. 

Candidate Development Workshop Series

Our Candidate Workshop Series continues on Sunday June 27, 2021, 1:30 – 5:00, with So You Think You Want to Run for Office. Join us to learn all the things you need to consider before running for local office. Reserve your spot now! Sessions cost $20 each or all seven for $100. Upcoming sessions are outlined below.

Candidate Workshop Series

~We Need Your Voice~

The Legislation & Resolution Committee is seeking feedback from the Central Committee to understand what are the top issues that impact their community the most.

This feedback will help them focus, elevate and lobby the bills that are of highest priority.

Click on the photo above to participate in the questionnaire by Thursday, June 24th, 2021.

Run for Office. Make a Change.

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The first session in our candidate development workshop series will be conducted Sunday, May 16th @12:30 PM. Register at https//

Attention: All Democrats residing in Assembly District 36 are hereby notified that the SBCDCC representative seat is currently vacated, due to a resignation, and open for nomination to the Central Committee. All AD36 delegates are invited to nominate and all Democrats are invited to self-nominate per Sec. III, article 4 of the SBCDCC By-Laws. A nomination meeting will be held on Tuesday May 12 at 6:00 pm via Zoom (info below). The nominated individual shall appear for ratification consideration before the General meeting of the SBCDCC meeting convening on May 27 at 7 pm. (Note: Only AD36 current representatives can select nominees and recommend to the Central Committee, as required.)

Zoom participants will be placed in a waiting room to be verified by host.

Contact host at for more detail if you are a Democrat residing in one of those Districts and interested in serving on the SBCDCC.

Join Zoom Meeting Wed. May 12 at 6 pm

Join Us in Getting to Know our Bylaws

May is SBCDCC Bylaws Education month! We’re getting together to read the bylaws out loud, section by section. Get to know the SBCDCC Bylaws – Wednesdays in May 

Preamble – Article IV (Wed 5/5 @ 7PM)
Article V – VIII (Wed 5/12 @ 7PM) Article IX – XII (Wed 5/19 @ 7PM) Standing Rules (Wed 5/26 @ 7PM)
We are not making changes to the bylaws yet, just taking time to get to know the current version better.
Register in advance for the read aloud: 

Celebrate Asian and Pacific Americans

for their many contributions to our nation’s history, culture, and future success.