Category: News

Volunteers Rock!

Sonoma County Democratic Party Volunteers Rock! So far this year, they have: Registered 1,651 new voters Prepared over 13,000 door hangers Mailed 22,622 slate cards Made over 3,000 phone calls Knocked on over 3,640 doors Whew! We have not even begun GOTV! Thank you to our amazing volunteers.

Sale on buttons and bumperstickers

Come by headquarters to purchase Hillary for President buttons and bumperstickers on SALE for $1 each.

Rep Thompson and Huffman call on Korean War Vets to come forward

Reps. Thompson, HUFFMAN call on Korean War veterans to come forward, receive medal from South Washington, D.C. – U.S. Reps. Mike Thompson (CA-05) and Jared Huffman (CA-02) today announced that they are calling on all veterans of the Korean War living in Sonoma County to contact Rep. Thompson’s Santa Rosa District Office. Thompson and Huffman …

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Statement of CDP Chairman John Burton on First Presidential Debate

September 26, 2016 Statement of California Democratic Party Chairman John Burton on the First Presidential Debate Hillary Clinton showed tonight she’s all the things Donald Trump claims to be: strong, smart, and ready to lead. Any parent who’s ever had a sniffling, whining toddler who just needs to go to bed has to admire her …

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SoCo Dems detail support for & objections to CALLE recommendations

Sonoma County Democrats detail support for & objections to CALLE recommendations April 13, 2015 For more than a year, the Sonoma County Democratic Party has monitored the proceedings and deliberations of the Community and Local Law Enforcement Task Force and it recently voted to approve dozens of recommendations on courses of action. Here is a …

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Sonoma County Democrats recognize leaders for change

Feb. 27, 2015   The Sonoma County Democratic Party proudly recognizes several leaders for their roles in improving our community. Recognized at the 37th Annual Crab Feed at the SR Vets Bldg. were: Noreen Evans, our former state senator and former SR city councilwoman, as the honored guest and featured speaker. Marty Bennett, a leader …

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