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

LINK: https://go.berniesanders.com/page/event/detail/rally/gplw2d


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

LINK: https://www.facebook.com/events/650496268456361/ 


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


Oct 05

NYTIMES: Donald Trump Tax Records Show He Could Have Avoided Taxes for Nearly Two Decades


Continue reading the main story


Sep 23

2016 Local Endorsements are Official

At the regular meeting of the San Bernardino Democratic Party held Sep 22, 2016, we endorsed 39 of our local candidates.





Sep 12

Candidate Training – Sep 8, 2016

On Sep 8, 2016 – the San Bernardino Democratic Party provided training to any Democratic candidates.  The link to that package is right here:  final-training-power-point

Sep 07

RELEASE: FEC Complaint Alleges Paul Chabot Violated Federal Election Law

BREAKING: FEC Complaint Alleges Paul Chabot Violated Federal Election Law

Tea-Party Republican accused of "raiding his children's savings" to fund his dishonest campaign

Tea-Party Republican candidate Paul Chabot is on the hot seat again. On the heels of a complaint that accused Chabot of several Ethics violations, an even more damaging complaint has just been filed against the perennial candidate. Howard Morris, a Rancho Cucamonga resident, filed the complaint with the Federal Election Commission (FEC). It accuses Chabot of appearing to have "raided his children's savings in order to make an excessive loan to his campaign, and then misreported the source of those funds." The origin of this mysterious $50,000 loan has been causing Chabot headaches since an article in the Press-Enterprise exposed in detail the full scope of his suspicious financial disclosures. 

"As a voter and someone who cares deeply about our community, I want Paul Chabot to be held accountable for his actions," said Howard Morris. "We have a right to know if he's violating the law, and I expect him to give us the truth."

"Just when we thought things couldn't get any worse, it's become clear that Paul Chabot has virtually no interest in being honest and transparent with Inland Empire voters," said Chris Robles, Chair of the San Bernardino County Democratic Party. "This latest accusation should be a wake-up call to voters that Chabot is unfit to represent California's 31st Congressional District."

Chabot has refused to answer any questions stemming from last week's Ethics complaint or the Press-Enterprise article. After getting beat by Democrat Pete Aguilar in 2014, Chabot is challenging Aguilar again.



IMMEDIATE RELEASE: BREAKING: FEC Complaint Alleges Paul Chabot Violated Federal Election Law

Complaint Against Chabot Filed with FEC

Aug 31

RELEASE: Donald Trump Ally Paul Chabot Accused of Major Ethics Violations

Donald Trump Ally Paul Chabot Accused of Major Ethics Violations

In complaint, Tea-Party Republican charged with hiding financial information from Inland Empire voters 

Perennial Tea-Party Republican candidate Paul Chabot is in hot water now that a major ethics complaint has been filed against him. Daniel Rodriguez, a Redlands resident, filed the complaint with the House Committee on Ethics. It highlights potential major violations by Chabot, which were outlined in an article in the Press-Enterprise last week. They include a mysterious $50,000 campaign loan, undisclosed business interests, assets and income blocked from public scrutiny and an unexplained one-year delay submitting his financial disclosures. 

"After reading the article about how Paul Chabot hasn't been honest with voters, it offended me," said Daniel Rodriguez. "I hope taking this step will get Mr. Chabot to come clean with voters like myself who want our candidates to be straightforward with us."

"This complaint should come as no surprise to Paul Chabot," said Chris Robles, Chair of the San Bernardino County Democratic Party. "It's another sleazy chapter in Chabot's never-ending campaign saga, which is based on lies and deception. His history of dodging serious questions suggests he won't be honest with Inland Empire voters this time either. We look forward to seeing Mr. Chabot answer any forthcoming questions from the House Ethics Committee."

Thus far, Chabot has refused to answer any of the questions posed in the Press-Enterprise article. After losing to Democrat Pete Aguilar in 2014, Chabot is again challenging Aguilar in California's 31st Congressional District.


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Donald Trump Ally Paul Chabot Accused of Major Ethics Violations

Ethics Complaint Against Chabot filed with U.S. House Ethics Committee

Aug 25

San Bernardino County’s First Sponsored Candidate Meet & Greet of 2016

Meet and Greet- 8-27

Aug 25

Candidate Endorsements are here


The San Bernardino County Democratic Party will be making official endorsements in local races.  If you are a registered Democrat and running for office, you may seek our endorsement by following the proceedures listed on our site.

Click here for Endorsement Information:  http://sanbernardinodemocrats.org/get-involved/candidates-seeking-endorsement/  

Aug 23

Unity Barbecue – Sept 3, 2016

Our ACTBLUE site for Unity BBQ Event: https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/unitybbq16


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