We are your voice as a Democrat in Humboldt County. 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.
Please join us in honoring our outstanding
Democrats of the Year
Linda Atkins and Paul Gallegos
Friday, October 23, 2015
1800 Riverwalk Drive
No-host reception 6:00 P.M. Dinner 7:00 P.M.
RSVP by becoming a sponsor or make a reservation.
Checks may be mailed to
P.O. Box 1392
Eureka, CA 095501
- AFSCME Local 1684 AFL-CIO
- Congressman Jared Huffman
- California Association of Professional Scientists
- Gallegos Law Firm
- Lee & Chris House
- Senator Mike McGuire
- Assemblymember Jim Wood
- California Teachers Association
- Humboldt & Del Norte Central Labor Council
- Hezekiah Allen for Humboldt Bay Harbor District
- Milton Boyd
- Supervisor Virginia Bass
- Natalie Arroyol, Eureka City Councilmember
- Kim Bergel, Eureka City Councilmember
- Sofia Pereira, Arcata City Councilmember
- Mike Wilson for Supervisor 2016
- Benemann Interpreter Service
- Diana Berliner
- Ira Blatt & Debbe Hartridge
- Rob Christensen
- Greg & Carol Conners
- Chuck A, DeWitt
- Mark & Sandra Greenleaf
- Barbara J. Kennedy
- Peter & Nancy LaVallee
- Tom Preble & Roberta Heidt-Preble
- Phillis A. Seawright
- Alex Stillman
- Joe Louis Wildman
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Volunteer to be a Poll Worker on Election Day!
Who can be a poll worker?
Any registered California voter
Eligible high school students
What does a poll worker do?
Sets up and closes a polling place
Helps voters understand their rights
Protects ballots and voting equipment
Why be a poll worker?
Get involved in the democratic process
Contribute to your community
Earn extra money
Student Poll Worker Program
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.