Nov 10

No Meetings Nov and Dec 2017


There is no Regular Meeting held in November due to Thanksgiving.

The Chair and Executive Committee have cancelled the December meeting so that members can attend the December 10, 2017 fundraiser.

Oct 08

Vote for Your Democratic Party Endorsed Candidates

Election Day is this


Fontana Unified School District

San Bernardino City Unified School District

West Valley Water District

Cucamonga Valley Water District

* Indicates Incumbent Officeholder

If you are an ABSENTEE VOTER:

  • Fill out your ballot, sign the envelope, use the right postage, and get it postmarked no later than this Tuesday, Nov. 7th.  Best if mailed by Monday, November 6, 2017.
  • Drop your ballot off at any City Clerk’s office or County Library
  • Drop your ballot off at any Early Voting site. Go or call (909) 387-8300.
  • Drop off your marked ballot at any Polling location on Election Day, Tue. Nov. 7th.  Polls Open Tue. Nov. 7th from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Vote In Person at your designated Polling Location on Election Day, Tue. Nov. 7th.  Polls Open Tue. Nov. 7th from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

If you want to vote IN PERSON:

  • Vote Early at any Early Voting site. Go or call (909) 387-8300.
  • Vote on Election Day, Tue. Nov. 7th.  Polls Open Tue. Nov. 7th from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.To find your Polling location, look on your Sample Ballot or call (909)387-8300

For Help Voting, Contact the County Registrar of Voters at (909) 387-8300 or the website.

Oct 03

2017 November Election & Phone Bank Links

For the November 2017 elections the San Bernardino Democratic Party and the California Democratic Party have endorsed:

Fontana Unified School District
San Bernardino City Unified School District
West Valley Water District
Cucamonga Valley Water District


These candidates have all been endorsed because of their upstanding contributions to their respective communities and will make great local representatives! Clicking on their names will link you to a phone list so you can do your part!

Aug 27

We’re looking for a few good Democrats…

We’re looking for a few good Democrats…

  • Have you ever thought about running for local office?
  • Do you think you can do a better job than the incumbents?
  • Do you believe in Public Service and Good Government?
  • Are you a Registered Democrat?

Make history and change San Bernardino County’s future to Blue.

BUILD the BENCH San Bernardino County

Sign Up:

Jun 08

Special Endorsements of 2017

For the May 2, 2017 elections:   San Bernardino County Democratic Party says vote YES (Measure D was approved)

San Bernardino Mountains Community Hospital District Special Mail Ballot Election – A Special Mail Ballot Election will be held to submit Measure D to the voters within the San Bernardino Mountains Community Hospital District. Voters will decide whether to continue the current appropriations limit for the District.  

For the Jun 6, 2017 elections:

Special Municipal Elections for Apple Valley and Upland

(1)  City of Upland, voters – Measure E.  San Bernardino Democratic Party says vote NO. (Measure E was approved)

An ordinance repealing Chapter 9.48 of the City of Upland Municipal Code and replacing it with a new Chapter 9.48 prohibiting marijuana-related uses and activities in the city. Shall the voters of the City of Upland adopt an ordinance prohibiting marijuana-related uses and activities in the city.

(2) Town of Apple Valley, Measure F. San Bernardino County Democratic Party says vote YES (Measure F was approved)
Shall the Town of Apple Valley be authorized to finance the acquisition of the Apple Valley water system, currently owned and operated by Liberty Utilities, including related expenses, by incurring debt in the maximum amount of $150,000,000, provided that the debt is repaid from revenues generated by the water system, and not from taxes, and further that the Town conducts an annual independent audit.

For July 11, 2017 elections:

 (1)  City of Chino, Measure H. San Bernardino County Democratic Party says vote NO (Measure H was defeated)
General Plan Amendment & Zone Change: Shall Ordinance No. 2017-004, entitled “An Ordinance of the People of the City of Chino, California, to Enact Section No. 20.15.160 of the Chino Municipal Code Converting     29.7 Acres From the General Plan Designation of RD 1 to RD 4.5, RD 8, and RD 12 Generally Located Between Vernon Avenue and Benson Avenue, South of Adams Street, and North of the Chino Promenade Shopping Center and rezoning the same from an RD 1 designation to RD 4.5, RD 8, RD 12 designations” be adopted?

The San Bernardino County Democratic Party on May 25th, 2017 endorsed SB 562, California Single Payer Healthcare Bill, and

HR 676, Expanded & Improved Medicare For All Act 


Apr 25

Club Coordinating Council – May 6, 2017

Attention all Club Presidents, Club Officers, and Democratic Club Representatives! 


We're calling all clubs and club leadership in San Bernardino County together for a club coordinating meeting. 





We value your input, and participation, and we hope that you will make plans to attend. Don't miss out on the latest news and events from the San Bernardino County Democratic Central Committee, and hear our strategic plans to increase, expand our base, and elect more Democrats in San Bernardino. Hear the latest regarding the upcoming State Convention..


If you can not attend, please send at least one representative from your club to attend.  


Please Text Mark Westwood at (909) 810-6102 to confirm your attendance, or who from your club will be attending. 

Apr 06

Take Action

Frustrated by Trump and his policies?

Let’s hold our Republican Congressmembers’ feet to the fire!

Here’s how to help to make REAL change:


Attend or Demand a Town Hall


Hold Republican Congressional members accountable. Too many Republicans are hiding from the public – and we deserve to be heard. Plan to attend a local Republican Congressional town hall or call on your local Republican congressional member to host one.


Make Some Phone Calls


There’s nothing more persuasive than a call from a congressional constituent. If you don’t live in a Republican congressional district, you can still call Democrats who do and ask them to get involved!


Rallies, Marches and Trainings


Click here to see a listing of visibility events with other unaffiliated allies. Keep checking back for more – they are updating their sites daily – and we will be adding more!


Letters to the Editor


Write a letter to the editor and make your voice heard, urging your local, state, and congressional representatives to continue to protect progressive values for all. Remember: these are brief and each paper has it’s own submission guidelines.




This post was borrowed from the CADEM website under take-action.

Feb 24

California Democratic Party Delegate Training



Many people are very new to politics and to the Party itself, so the convention can seem a little daunting.  The CDP is preparing six Delegate Trainings around the state, many in partnership with local County Committees and/or regions.


The link below takes you to all of the training date/location options.  You may attend any location you choose; it’s totally up to you!


The delegate training agenda begins with a brief state party history and then runs through Democratic Party structure (from the Federal Party all the way to Clubs, and everything in between).  State Committees, Caucuses, and Central Committees as avenues of engagement will be covered.  The delegate training will  also get into the nuts and bolts of Convention itself, including where people sit, credentials and credentialing, the weekend agenda, general sessions, 

extra activities, and how to prepare in advance for a fun, effective weekend.  There will be an open Question & Answer period. Delegate Trainings require an RSVP.

Jan 15

Our First Stand – Save Healthcare Rallies

The U.S. Senate took the first step to repeal the Affordable Care Act this past week — voting in the dead of night to take healthcare away from 3.8 million Californians.

We’re taking our first stand to save healthcare.

Rallies are planned this weekend across California and groups are using the #OurFirstStand and #Fight4OurHealth hashtags to publicize on social media.


Sunday, January 15, at NOON

Our First Stand – Los Angeles

LAC+USC Hospital, 2051 Marengo St, Los Angeles, CA 90033

WHO: Sen. Kamala Harris



Sunday, January 15, at 5:00 PM

Our First Stand – Los Angeles

Grauman’s Chinese Theater, 6801 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, California 90028

WHO: California Nurses Association



Monday, January 16, at 1 PM

Our First Stand – Los Angeles

The California Endowment, 1000 Alameda Street, Los Angeles

WHO: Congressmembers Lucille Roybal-Allard (CA-40), Pete Aguilar (CA-31), Nanette Barragán (CA-44), Karen Bass (CA-37), Julia Brownley (CA-26), Tony Cárdenas (CA-29), Judy Chu (CA-27), Ted Lieu (CA-33), Alan Lowenthal (CA-47), Grace Napolitano (CA-32), Linda Sánchez (CA-38), Norma Torres (CA-35), and Maxine Waters (CA-43)



Sunday, January 15, 1-2 PM

Our First Stand – San Francisco

San Francisco City Hall steps

WHO: Reps. Nancy Pelosi, Barbara Lee, Jackie Speier, and Anna Eshoo, California Nurses Association


Sunday, January 15, 2 PM

Our First Stand — Stockton

Office of Rep. Jerry McNerny, San Joaquin County Administration Building, 44 N San Joaquin St. Stockton


Sunday, January 15, 11 AM

Our First Stand – Richmond

Office of Rep. Mark DeSaulnier, Richmond City Hall 440 Civic Center Plaza, Richmond


Sunday, January 15, 5 PM

Our First Stand – Sacramento

California State Capitol, West Steps 

WHO: California Nurses Association


Tuesday, January 17, 11:30-1 PM

Stand with Planned Parenthood Capitol Pink-Out Day

Sacramento State Capitol steps

WHO: Lena Denham and Wilson Cruz 

Mar 24

April 16, 2016 for Club Summit

We had the April 16, 2016 for San Bernardino County Democratic Party Club Summit.  

Place:  UFCW Local 1167

           855 West San Bernardino Avenue

           Bloomington, CA  92316

Date and Time;  Saturday, Apr 16, 2016 – 9 AM – 1 PM

At this club summitt, we discussed:

1.  Benefits of club chartering including access to MOE and candidate endorsement of the Democratic Party.

2.  We went into depth on the status of the elction working group including the concept of having 5 meet and greets hosting our local endorsed candidates in conjuntion with the state endorsed candidates.

3.  We were introduced to the Voter Engagement Program spearheaded by the Fresno folks that has provien an increase in voter turnout by at leats 8%.

4.  Finally we had a good dialogue between the clubs that were present when we did the roundtable.