“My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.” – Ruth Bader Ginsburg, September 2020
We will do everything in our power to honor her wish.
State Propositions on the November Ballot Prop 14 Borrowing for STEM Cell Research: SUPPORT Prop 15 Schools and Communities First: SUPPORT Prop 16 Repeals Proposition 209, ending the ban on affirmative action: SUPPORT Prop 17 Free the Vote, grants the right to vote to people on parole: SUPPORT Prop 18 Allows 17-year olds to vote, […]
At our July meeting, the Sonoma County Democratic Party voted to support the following City Council candidates who sought our early endorsement and went through our rigorous interview process. Congratulations to all!
We agree with Governor Newsom’s call for new statewide standards for use of force. KIPs cannot be safely used as a method of crowd control.
SCDP urges Board of Supervisors to support local public health officials in decisions that protect public health and safety to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Resolution passes unanimously on emergency paid sick leave for members of the community in Sonoma County
Sonoma Democrats strongly supports the adoption of measures that would guarantee a minimum of 14 days of paid sick leave to all workers during the present emergency.
The Sonoma County Democratic Party unequivocally supports the right to march and raise our voices in protest. Black lives matter, period. We stand with our Black brothers and sisters, to whom justice has too long been denied. We stand in solidarity with people of color throughout our communities.
The Sonoma County Democratic Party opposes logging in the headwaters of Felta Creek.
WHEREAS, in 2018, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted regulations limiting the abilities of cities and states to regulate small cell sites (e.g., pole attachments) needed for the deployment of 5G, substantially curtailing local governments’ ability to regulate telecommunications infrastructure; and WHEREAS, the FCC regulations limit the type and amount of fees cities and states may charge, set […]
WHEREAS, recent power outages have levied enormous costs, the threat of grid disruption is not going away, there is an inherent vulnerability in transmitting large volumes of energy over long distances, transmission networks will always be subject to disruption by natural and human (negligence, terrorism) elements, dramatically declining costs for solar and storage have changed […]
WHEREAS the climate scientists represented in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have made clear that what humans do in the next 11-12 years will determine if we and our planet’s unique biodiversity survive, and the County has passed a Resolution acknowledging the Climate Emergency (September 2019); and WHEREAS trees, woodlands, and forest offer […]
Resolution Calling for the Senate to Return from Recess and Pass Bipartisan Gun Violence Prevention Legislation Passed in the House during February 2019
Resolution for Senate to Return from Recess WHEREAS gun violence in the United State of America has been growing for decades, reaching a new and intolerable level with the mass shooting in Gilroy, El Paso, Dayton, and Chicago during a one week period. On an average day, 100 people die from gun violence, accidental shootings, […]