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SCDP Central Committee Meetings
2nd Tuesday of each month
6:30-9 p.m.
CTA Offices
2490 Guerneville Road
Santa Rosa, CA
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Chair
Stephen Gale

First Vice Chair
Dorothy Battenfeld

Second Vice Chair
Margaret Fishman

Recording Secretary
Cherie Maria

Corresponding Secretary
Maria Peluso

Treasurer
Don Frank
 

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Candidate Search and
Development Committee

Blake Hooper
 
Communications Committee
Bleys Rose

Finance Committee
Darin Bartow

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Helen O'Donnell
 
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Outreach, Advocacy and
Legislation Committee

Dale Axelrod
 
Political Organizing
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Val Hinshaw

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Laura Declercq
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Welcome to the Sonoma County Democratic Party!

The Sonoma County Democratic Party (Sonoma County Democratic Central Committee/ SCDP)
is the official governing body of the Democratic Party in Sonoma County.

The SCDP works in cooperation with the California Democratic Party (CDP) and the 
Democratic National Committee (DNC)
 
Public meetings of the Sonoma County Democratic Party are open to all registered Democrats.

SoCoDems going into Nov. 4 election with these endorsed candidates


Sept. 10, 2014

The Sonoma County Democratic Party is launching its campaign for favored candidates after completing its endorsements last night and opening its headquarters last Saturday.

Party headquarters at 120 D St., Santa Rosa, will be open and staffed daily through the Nov. 4 election.

Last night, the party’s governing board voted to endorse these candidates:

In Sonoma, for city council we support Rachel Hundley, Ken Brown and Madolyn Agrimonti.

In Sebastopol, for city council we support Una Glass and Sarah Glade Gurney.

In the Santa Rosa School District race, we support Omar Medina and Ron Kristof.

In the Windsor School District race, we support Cheryl L. Scholar.

In the West County High School District race, we support Kellie Noe.

The Democratic Party urges all voters to cast their ballots for these candidates as well as those previously endorsed.

They include:

For Sonoma County Supervisor in the 4th District: Deb Fudge

For the Santa Rosa city council: Curtis Byrd, Chris Coursey and Lee Pierce

For Mayor of Petaluma: David Glass

For Petaluma city council: Teresa Barrett and Janice Cader-Thompson

For Windsor town council: Sam Salmon and Evan Zelig

For Cloverdale city council: Carol Russell and Jude Gibson-Byers

For Cotati city council: Mark Landman

For Healdsburg city council: Brigette Mansell

For Area 7 seat on the SRJC Board of Trustees: Jordan Burns

For Areas 3, 4 and 5 seat on the SRJC Board of Trustees: Dorothy Battenfeld

For Area 2 seat on the SRJC Board of Trustees: Maggie Fishman

For California State Assembly District 2:  Jim Wood

For California State Senate District 2: Mike McGuire

For U.S. Representative 2nd District: Jared Huffman

For U.S. Representative 5th District: Mike Thompson
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New Endorsements in City Council races in Petaluma, Cotati, Healdsburg, Cloverdale & Windsor


Aug. 29, 2014

The Sonoma County Democratic Party is pleased to announce a new set of endorsements in city council races on the Nov. 4 election ballot. The party's governing board decided last Tuesday evening to support these candidates:

In Petaluma:
Teresa Barrett, incumbent councilwoman
http://barrett4petaluma.com/
Janice Cader-Thompson, former councilwoman & retired dental hygienist

In Windsor:
Sam Salmon, incumbent councilman
Evan Zelig, attorney

In Cloverdale:
Carol Russell, incumbent councilwoman
Jude Gibson-Byers, businesswoman

In Cotati:
Mark Landman, incumbent councilman

In Healdsburg:
Brigette Mansell, high school teacher
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SoCo Dems endorse Maggie Fishman in race for SRJC board seat


 The Sonoma County Democratic Party is endorsing Maggie (Margaret) Fishman in her bid for a seat on the Santa Rosa Junior College Board of Trustees.

The party’s governing board voted overwhelmingly on Aug. 12 to support Fishman to represent the Area 2 seat, which covers southern Sonoma County.

Fishman, who lives in Penngrove and graduated from Santa Rosa Junior College, is a retired educator with an extensive background in all levels of education, from elementary schools through college. Most recently, she served six years on the board of Mentor Me Petaluma.

She has been active in the Friends of the SRJC Petaluma Campus Trust and is a past PTA president at Penngrove School in addition to serving as chair of its site council and on the Superintendents Advisory Council. She has taught English as a second language at Montgomery High School as well as in programs at the University of Southern California.

The Sonoma County Democratic Party enthusiastically supports Fishman in the Nov. 4 general election.

To get involved in her campaign, contact: democracy.com/MaggieFishman

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Chris Coursey is SoCo Dems choice for seat on the SR City Council


The Sonoma County Democratic Party is endorsing Chris Coursey for one of three seats on the Santa Rosa City Council up for election on Nov. 4.

The party’s governing board voted overwhelmingly last Tuesday evening to support Coursey, a writer and public relations consultant.

Coursey is a former Press Democrat reporter and columnist who displayed a well-established familiarity with a wide range of major issues during three decades of writing for the newspaper.

He has been a senior staff member of the Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit agency and has remained active in the Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition, the Santa Rosa Ski Club and the Santa Rosa Cycling Club.

This is an early endorsement that indicates the Democratic Party enthusiastically supports his candidacy.

Contact his campaign at: http://www.chris4santarosa.com/

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SoCo Dems back Curtis Byrd's bid for SR City Council seat


The Sonoma County Democratic Party is endorsing Curtis Byrd for one of three seats on the Santa Rosa City Council up for election on Nov. 4.

The party’s governing board voted overwhelmingly last Tuesday evening to support Byrd, who currently serves on the city planning commission.

Byrd is community relations specialist for the Blood Centers of the Pacific and is working on his master of divinity degree from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary.

He has long been active in the Santa Rosa and Sonoma County chapter of the NAACP and in the Santa Rosa Ministerial Association.   His extensive experience in local government includes appointments to the Mayor’s Gang Task Force, to the Community Advisory Board and to the Sonoma County Commission on Human Rights.

This is an early endorsement that indicates the Democratic Party enthusiastically supports his candidacy.

Contact his campaign at: http://www.votebyrd.com/

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