Below is a link to PDF of a complete list of all of the Sonoma County Democratic Party’s endorsements for the November 6, 2018 General Election. Our endorsement process is not complete and updates will be made. Most recent updates made on September 11, 2018.
Accepting Applications to fill Vacancies in the 2nd and 5th Supervisorial Districts.
The Sonoma County Democratic Central Committee, the governing body of the Sonoma County Democratic Party (SCDP), is announcing one (1) opening for a member representing the 2nd Supervisorial District and one (1) opening for a member representing the 5th Supervisorial District. Candidates for election must be registered as a Democrat and reside within the district from which election is sought. Receipt of Application should be made via email. The Application / Letter of Intent must be received no later than seventy-two hours before the next general meeting of the Sonoma County Democratic Party. Deadline 6:30 pm on Saturday, September 8, 2018.
The Sonoma County Democratic Party has opened our coordinated campaign headquarters this year in Petaluma. This is a huge! election year (again) with lots at stake from congressional to state and local races and ballot measures.
If you have been looking for a way to get involved in the 2018 elections, we have volunteer opportunities available at our campaign office and in the community. Here are some of the ways you can help. We need your support so please call us at 707-575-3029, fill out a volunteer form, or stop by the office to let us know if you can help. We are located at 1420 E. Washington St, Petaluma 95954.
Volunteer opportunities include:
- Voter registration – at the office and off-site locations
- General office work – general support, printing, mailing projects
- Reception – staff front desk, answer phones, greet and check in volunteers and more
- Phone banking for candidates and ballot measures
- Texting for candidates
- Postcard parties – create personalized postcards to send to voters
- Canvassing – walk neighborhoods for candidates and ballot measures
- Food and drinks – help nourish other volunteers with healthy snacks and refreshments
- Special events – set up, miscellaneous
November 3 – 5
- Get Out The Vote (GOTV)
Election day, November 6 – more info to follow
- Get Out The Vote (GOTV)
- Poll watchers
- Election night party help
Post election, November 7 – 15
- Pack up, cleanup and move – roll up your sleeves and help make the office disappear!
The Sonoma County Democratic Party (SCDP) announces early endorsements for candidates running in the November 2018 Midterm Elections. We are pleased to support candidates running for the Mayor of Petaluma, Windsor Town Council, and the Santa Rosa Junior College Board of Trustees.
Teresa Barrett easily received the endorsement of the SCDP for Mayor of Petaluma. Her service on the City Council is a clear reflection of her Democratic values.
“I am so proud to receive the endorsement of the Sonoma County Democratic Party. In a non-partisan race, it is important to let the voters know whose values we share, so that voters can be clear about where we stand locally on the issues that affect us globally. Together we will make a difference!” – Teresa Barrett, Petaluma City Councilmember and candidate for Mayor
Three Democrats were endorsed for SRJC Board Trustee: incumbent and current Board President Maggie Fishman for Area 2 (South County), incumbent Trustee Dorothy Battenfeld for Areas 3, 4, 5 (Santa Rosa), and John Kelly, current Sonoma Valley Unified School District Trustee, for SRJC Area 1 (East County).
One Democrat received our early endorsement for Windsor Town Council: Esther Lemus, current Board President of the Windsor School District.
“Early endorsement is important to our Democratic candidates to list our support in the materials, and our ability to promote candidates at our summer events.” – Laurie Gallian, Chair, SCDP
Sonoma County Democratic Party
12th Annual BBQ
Saturday, August 25, 2018
Gazebo in Howarth Park
600, Summerfield Drive, Santa Rosa
Please join the Sonoma County Democratic Party
at our 12th Annual BBQ.
As always there will be great food, friendly conversations, and opportunities to chat with local elected officials and candidates.
Vegetarian options are available.
Tickets: General Admission Ticket $15 or Family Pack (2 adults and 2+ children) $40
$500 St. Louis Style
$250 Kansas City Style
$100 Hickory Smoked
$50 Oak Smoked
All Tickets can be claimed at will call.
NOTE: Act Blue CANNOT accept donations from unions, state, and local candidates.
Please mail to:
Sonoma County Democratic Party
c/o River City Business Services Attn: D. Lewis
5429 Madison Ave, Sacramento, CA 95847
California Democratic Party endorsements for 2018 Statewide Primary Election
State Controller: Betty Yee
Insurance Commissioner: Ricardo Lara
Secretary of State: Alex Padilla
Superintendent of Public Instruction: Tony Thurmond
State Treasurer: Fiona Ma
No Consensus for the offices of U.S. Senate, Governor, Lt Governor, Attorney General, Board of Equalization Districts 1, 2, and 3
Local Federal and State Legislators
Congressional District 2: Jared Huffman
Congressional District 5: Mike Thompson
State Senate District 2: Mike McGuire
Assembly District 2: Jim Wood
Assembly District 4: Cecilia Aguiar-Curry
Assembly District 10: Marc Levine
For complete details on the endorsement process and results visit the CDP website.
30th Annual Crab Feed is SOLD OUT
We are excited to welcome
California Secretary of State Alex Padilla
to Sonoma County
Here are few event reminders for Friday night.
Reception begins at 5:30pm
Dinner & Program begin at 7pm (doors open 6:45pm)
Sponsors with priority seating should enter the main hall to locate seats prior to doors opening at 6:45pm.
Current office holders, candidates, and community organizations may hang their signs during setup beginning at 11am. Please see our Sign Policy for further details and restrictions.
Location: Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Hall, 1351 Maple Ave, Santa Rosa
We are happy to announce that our Sonoma County Democratic Party drafted Election Protection resolution, which our California Democratic Party members took to the Democratic National Committee (DNC), was adopted at their November meeting in Las Vegas! DNC Election Protection Resolution
Our Outreach, Advocacy, & Legislation Committee worked for several months to get this passed in order to push the DNC to be more aggressive in fighting voter suppression and safeguarding voting rights in all 50 states.
For those interested, here is the 2017 Fall DNC Meeting Resolutions. DNC Meeting Resolutions Packet