We are your voice as a Democrat in Humboldt . The Committee is the local representative of the California Democratic Party. We provide assistance at the county level to all national, state, and local Democratic candidates.

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Please be advised that there will be NO December, 2015 meeting of the Humboldt County Democratic Central Committee.  Our next meeting will be on January 13, 2016 at 7:00PM.

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our December meeting former Humboldt County Registrar/Recorder and Clerk Carolyn Crnich spoke of the pioneering Election Transparency Project created pro bono by volunteers and facilitated by the Elections Department.  This project uses open source software and scanned images of all ballots cast in the recent election to enable any member of the public to scan the actual ballots and validate the counts.  The website for the project can be found at www.humtp.com.

Donations to sustain the project would be gratefully accepted and can be sent to:

                                          TRANSPARENCY PROJECT

                                           Post Office Box 695

                                           Loleta, CA 95551.

line break Additionally, at our December meeting representatives from the National Union of Health Care Workers (NUHW) spoke of their concerns for the level of community health care being provided by St. Joseph's Hospital and their efforts to negotiate fair wages.  Their website can be found at www.nuhw.org.

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Many thnaks to our sponsors, attendees, vendors, musicians and volunteers for making this a very successful and enjoyable event.


  • AFSCME Local 1684 AFL-CIO 


  • Congressman Jared Huffman 
  • California Association of Professional Scientists
  • Professional Engineers in California Government
  • Gallegos Law Firm
  • Lee & Chris House 

                                                       Hosting Partner

  • Senator Mike McGuire
  • Assemblymember Jim Wood
  • California Teachers Association
  • Carpenters Local #751
  • Humboldt & Del Norte Central Labor Council
  • SEUI Local 2015
  • Hezekiah Allen 
  • Milton Boyd
  • Sam Clauder
  • Mel & Holly Kreb - Flood Plain Produce
  • John Kulstad & Patricia A. Thomas


  • Supervisor Virginia Bass & Matthew Owen
  • Kelly Sanders, Humboldt County Clerk/Recorder/Registrar
  • Sofia Pereira, Arcata City Councilmember 
  • Natalie Arroyo, Eureka City Councilmember 
  • Kim Bergel, Eureka City Councilmember
  • Mark Wheetley for Supervisor 2016
  • Mike Wilson for Supervisor 2016
  • Building & Trades Council of Humboldt-Del Norte Counties
  • Operating Engineers Local No. 3
  • Benemann Interpreter Service
  • California Cannabis Voice Humboldt
  • Diana Berliner
  • Ira Blatt & Debbe Hartridge
  • Greg & Carol Conners
  • Chuck A. DeWitt
  • Mark & Sandra Greenleaf
  • Paul & Barbara Kelly
  • Barbara J. Kennedy
  • Peter & Nancy LaVallee
  • Karyn G. Lee-Thomas & Dave Thomas - Signature Coffee
  • Tom Preble & Roberta Heidt-Preble
  • Phillis A. Seawright
  • Alex Stillman
  • Joe Louis Wildman



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California Elections Code section 12302 allows eligible students to be appointed as poll workers on Election Day.

As poll workers, students learn first hand the importance of participating in the electoral process. In addition, they provide much needed support at polling place locations.

In order to eligible to be appointed as a poll worker, a student must be:
A United States citizen;
At least 16 years of age at the time of the election in which he or she will be serving;
A high school student with a grade point average of at least 2.5 (based on a 4.0 scale);
A student in good standing, attending a public or private secondary educational institution.

In addition to gaining experience in the electoral process, students can also earn stipends.

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Locating your polling place does not mean you are registered to vote. Contact the Humboldt County Elections Office to be sure you are registered.