The Committee is the local representative of the California Democratic Party determined by California Election Code and the California Democratic Party. We provide assistance at the county level to all national, state, and local Democratic candidates.


Sincere thanks to all who attended our 2017 Chicken By The Sea fundraiser.  Our State Senator Mike McGuire is a super auctioneer and Assemblymember Jim Wood helped rev up the crowd.   Our volunteer bakers donated fabulously delicious cakes, cookies and pies for the auction - thank you so much!.  Many thanks also to our devoted volunteers and to all our supporters.



This message is from Nick Thomas of the HSU College Democrats:
I've been helping a group called Sister District try to recruit volunteers up
here in Humboldt, but need to cast a wider net.
Sister District is looking for volunteers to form a Humboldt County chapter.
The organization aims to marshal volunteers from safe districts (like our
own) to help support state legislative and congressional candidates in swing
districts — with the ultimate goal to win back Congress.  To sign up, follow
this link: https://www. For more information
please feel free to visit the website:
Nick Thomas



Dear Friends:

Your generous support has helped expand our weekly effort to 

  • 140 sandwiches of ham, turkey, bologna (all with cheese), peanut butter and jam
  • 30# of bananas
  • 20# of dog food (people were giving their sandwiches to their dogs)
  • coffee, cocoa, and jugs of water.
We have also gathered and distributed 
  • 6 large boxes of clothes
  • 160 pairs of socks and 
  • 40 blankets
We hope you feel your donations have been well used and we will continue as funds allow.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
You should all be very proud.
Thanks to your remarkable efforts and sharing through emails and Facebook, we have sufficient funds through the end of January 2017 to continue this manner of giving.  If you are able, please consider spreading the word again and contributing to our new campaign to further this effort well into 2017.
Your partner in sharing,
Larry Hourany

President Donald Trump, breaking his promise to the American people and disregarding 40 years of precedent, now says he won’t  release his tax returns and that Americans don’t care about them. He’s dead wrong.

Transparency is a non-partisan issue. This legislation will require presidential candidates of any party to make five years of their tax returns public – starting with the next presidential election here in California. Help us restore accountability and transparency to the office of the President



We have three suggestions to share with you today for how you can work locally to promote justice and equality!

1. Donate to Centro del Pueblo.

Centro del Pueblo is a new organization working to create a safe space for the raza/indigena community to advance culturally, politically, and practically on California's North Coast. They have secured donated office space, and have begun hosting free legal clinics for immigrants. At this time, they are requesting the following donations:
2 desks
File folders
Office supplies
2 computers
If you can donate any of these items, please contact Renee at If you don't have items to donate, consider making a financial contribution (please be sure to enter 'Centro del Pueblo' in the 'designation' field to make sure it gets to the right account; recurring monthly donations are especially appreciated)! Gracias!

2. Join us on Fridays for 'Lunch Out Loud.'

Join us on your lunch break - this Friday and every Friday from noon to 1:30, at the Labor Temple in Eureka (840 E Street) to make calls to elected officials. All of the information you need will be provided (thanks to Elizabeth Conner, from Power Lunch Humboldt) - just bring your charged cell phone and your brown bag lunch or snacks to share! Share/RSVP on Facebook.

3. Mark your calendar and plan to attend 'Run, Serve, Lead' on June 9th.

Friday, June 9th, from 6:00-8:00 p. m., at the Arcata Playhouse (1251 9th Street, Arcata).

We're pleased to present this introduction to running for office, serving on an appointed board, volunteering for a local campaign, or simply becoming a more actively engaged citizen of your community. Join us to hear from County Supervisor Mike Wilson, Arcata City Council Member Sofia Pereira, Eureka City Council Member Kim Bergel, MCSD member Mary Burke,Northern Humboldt Union High School Board member Dana Silvernale, political strategist Richard Salzman, and ADEM delegates Robert Shearer and Allen McCloskey.

Refreshments will be available for purchase at the Playhouse concession stand. Share/RSVP on Facebook.

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