Jonathan Hull

November 2024 Endorsement Application for Candidates

The San Mateo County Democratic Party (SMCDems) invites Democrats running for city council, school district office, community college board, or open space district in San Mateo County to apply for the Democratic Party endorsement for the November 2024 election. SMCDems will also consider endorsements for ballot measures. 

Candidate Endorsements

The requirements for endorsement are:

  1. Be a registered Democrat. To make sure, check here.
  2. Take the Fossil Fuel Pledge , that is included in the application process.

Here is the endorsement schedule:

  • 7/23 SMCDems Candidate application online here
  • 8/4 Candidate Endorsement Training
  • 8/15 Candidate applications due
  • 8/24 - 25 Candidate interviews
  • 9/5 Candidate and ballot measure endorsement decisions made 

To apply for the SMCDem Endorsement, please fill out our questionnaire. The questionnaire  will be posted here and the Word-version here on July 23rd. Questions must be completed in one sitting, so you may want to download the Word-version, answer all the questions and then copy and paste your answers into the online application. Please do not send additional documents, resumes, flyers or endorsement letters.

Applications are due on Thursday, August 15th at 10 PM.  For races in which the filing date is extended, the application deadline will also be extended to Saturday, August 17th at 10 PM.

Eligible applicants will be scheduled for an interview on August 24th or August 25th from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM via Zoom. Please keep these dates open for your interview. 

To find out more about the SMCDems endorsement process:

You may want to watch the San Mateo and Santa Clara Democratic Party County's Candidate Training recordings.

Ballot Measure Endorsements

SMCDems will consider endorsing all local ballot measures.  If you want our endorsement or don’t want our endorsement, contact the co-chairs.

It is our job to recruit, mentor, support, and elect good Democrats. We take great pride in the large numbers of our endorsed candidates that are elected and measures passed. In addition, we like to get to know and build relationships with the people who  serve in these important elected positions. It is the backbone of why we exist as a County Democratic Party.

If you have any questions during this process, please contact the Endorsements Committee leadership:

Karen Maki, Endorsement Committee co-chair, SMCDCC Chair: [email protected]

Heather Zimmerman, Endorsement Committee co-chair, [email protected] 


published Press Releases 2024-07-20 04:45:40 -0700

July 16, 2024 San Mateo County Democratic Party Opposes Millbrae Council Recall

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contacts:
April Vargas, (650) 344-1714
Victoria Sanchez De Alba, (650) 270-7810

 

San Mateo County Democratic Party Opposes Millbrae Council Recall


Supports Councilmembers Angelina Cahalan and Maurice Goodman's Rights to Advocate for Housing Formerly Unhoused Families and Seniors Following County's Purchase of La Quinta Hotel without enduring a recall

SAN MATEO, CA – July 3, 2024 – The San Mateo County (SMC) Democratic Party urges voters to stand against all attempts to recall elected officials who have not engaged in criminal or grossly unethical conduct. The SMC Democratic Party Central Committee reaffirms our pledge to support a "NO" vote in the Millbrae Recall Special Election, as stated in our April 2024 "Resolution in Protest of Millbrae Recall" (see the resolution below).

“Millbrae Councilmembers Angelina Cahalan and Maurice Goodman face an unjust recall due to their support for the San Mateo County purchase of La Quinta Hotel to provide permanent housing for formerly unhoused families and seniors," said Karen Maki, Chair of the San Mateo County Democratic Party. “These Councilmembers were simply performing their duties, and their support for this project has led to some disagreement.”

Millbrae voters elected Councilmembers Angelina Cahalan and Maurice Goodman in 2022. When their terms end in 2026, voters will have the opportunity to decide whether they want to reelect them.

Resolution in Protest of Millbrae Recall - Adopted April 18, 2024

WHEREAS the original intent for the recall tool was to create the ability to remove from elected office officials who were engaged in criminal or grossly unethical conduct, and it has become a tool to remove from office those elected officials with whom there is disagreement over decision; and

WHEREAS engaging community members in the recall process requires a level of vitriol in order to make the campaign successful and leads to divisiveness rather than a celebration of the diverse opinions that make an elected body, and community, healthy; and

WHEREAS the City of Millbrae prioritizes addressing disparities, promoting fairness, and providing equal access to resources as outlined in its social equity plan, yet Millbrae Councilmembers Angelina Cahalan and Maurice Goodman, the subjects of the recall, have not been implicated in criminal or grossly unethical behavior, rather face recall due to their support of the San Mateo County purchase of La Quinta Hotel to provide permanent housing for formerly unhoused families and seniors, and the recall effort has divided the community and could deter future candidates from running for office; and

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the San Mateo County Democratic Central Committee protests the recall against Councilmembers Angelina Cahalan and Maurice Goodman and urge Millbrae voters to stand up for these two honorable elected officials; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the San Mateo County Democratic Central Committee urges all voters to stand up against all attempts to recall elected officials who have not engaged in criminal or grossly unethical conduct.

Submitted by:

Alexis Lewis

Diana Reddy

Victoria Sanchez De Alba

 

About The San Mateo County Democratic Party:

The San Mateo County Democratic Party (SMC Dems) serves to promote Democratic Party candidates for elected office and local measures that are consistent with Democratic Party values. For more information, please visit: https://www.smcdems.org/

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published Speakers 2024-02-18 12:26:27 -0800

Speakers

 

Speakers at Central Committee Meetings

 

 
 

July 18, 2024: How to Get California Back On the Clean Energy Track

Dave Rosenfeld, Executive Director of Solar Rights Alliance

Dave shares an updated report about the damaging effects of the CPUC rulings against rooftop solar and what can be done about them.

 

 

Youtube video

  Slides: click here 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

May 16, 2024: Protecting Public Education: Your Voice Matters

Debra Strichartz, Cindy Sidaris, and Maureen Griffin

North County Citizens for Public Education

Their goal is to engage with other groups in the Bay Area to create an organized response in the battle to protect public education from the increasing efforts of right-wing groups to take over school boards, ban books, marginalize LGBTQ students, and impose their ideology on curriculum development.

 

 

Youtube video

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  Slides: click here 
 

 

March 21, 2024: Bay Alive - Sea Level Rise

Gita Dev, Vice Chair, Sierra Club Bay Alive Sea Level Rise Campaign

Gita Dev was born, grew up, and went to college in India and Rice University in Houston Texas.  She studied architecture and has been a professional architect and principal with well-known firms. She founded her own firm and has served at all levels including the national level of  the American Institute of Architects where she was elevated to a Fellow on the Institute . 

When I first met her, she was chairing the chapter’s Sustainable Land Use Committee, which she still chairs.  She and other volunteers hosted the Environmental Stewardship Program for a number of years at the Redwood City library. She is one of the leaders of the chapter’s largest conservation campaign, called Bay Alive.  This year she was appointed overall chair of the Conservation Committees. 

 

 

Youtube video

  Gita Dev's slides: click here
 

 

Feb. 15, 2024:  CalCare: The Time is Now!

Dr. David Leibowitz, M.D., FACP and Dr. Yusra Hussain, M.D.,

Co-Chairs of the South Bay Chapter of Physicians for a National Health Plan (PNHP)

The new CalCare Bill, AB 2200, was just introduced February 8, 2024 in the California Legislature. Dr. Leibowitz and Dr. Hussain will explain what the passage of this landmark bill will mean for all Californians. Dr. David Leibowitz is a hematologist-oncologist, recently retired from the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) and former Chair of PNHP-California. Before coming to California, David was Professor of Medicine and of Medical and Molecular Genetics at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Dr. Yusra Hussain is board certified in internal medicine and geriatrics. She is an adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford in the Department of General Internal Medicine and Population Health Sciences.

 

Youtube video

   

Dr. Leibowitz's slides: click here

Dr. Hussain's slides: click here

 

 
 
 
     

 


published San Mateo County Democrats 2023 Fall Luncheon 2023-10-25 20:04:12 -0700

San Mateo County Democrats 2023 Fall Luncheon

The menu will be a choice of

  • Veg panini (fresh basil, fresh mozzarella with fresh tomato on sourdough)
  • Tres tacos (three tacos - chicken chili verde)
  • Mojo's burger (with or without cheese)

One side: fries, onion rings or salad

One drink ticket

Please email your lunch selection to [email protected]


published Endorsements for March 5, 2024 Primary in Endorsements 2023-07-24 20:44:47 -0700

Endorsements for March 5, 2024 Primary

The San Mateo County Democratic Party is endorsing local candidates and ballot measures but is not endorsing any candidates for the San Mateo County Democratic Central Committee.

Local Candidates

  • Jackie Speier for San Mateo County Supervisor District 1
  • Lisa Gauthier for San Mateo County Supervisor District 4

Ballot Measures

  • Measure B: County Service Area No. 1 (Highlands): Special Tax Measure
  • Measure C: Jefferson Elementary School District: Parcel Tax Measure
  • Measure E: Woodside Elementary School: Bond Measure
  • Measure G: Pacifica School District: Bond Measure
  • Measure H: San Carlos School District: Bond Measure

donated 2023-08-09 09:26:25 -0700

2023 Summer Picnic Sponsorships

Thank you for purchasing a sponsorship to support the San Mateo County Central Committee's election office, campaign supports, and staff during the 2024 Primary and General Elections! Please help us rise together to elect DEMOCRATS in 2024!

 

Sponsorship Level *How your donation will help elect Democrats in 2024
$1000 10 days support by election volunteer organizer
$500 200 Slate Cards to Promote Endorsed Candidates
$250 Travel costs of canvassing in neighboring communities
$100 40 Slate Cards to Promote Endorsed Candidates
$50 Upgraded Zoom Account to support Phone Banking
$25 New Tent for our local voter registration team
$5 Campaign supplies such as flyers, water, snacks
  *all amounts are estimates of the tangible value and impact of your contribution

 


published Club Representation 2023-07-07 18:17:08 -0700

published 2023 SMC Dems CADEM Convention Luncheon 2023-04-05 19:55:43 -0700

2023 SMC Dems CADEM Convention Luncheon

 

We are excited to gather during the upcoming CADEM Convention for lunch at 11:45 AM at El Cholo, 1037 S. Flower St. in Los Angeles.

Capacity is limited to 50 attendees, so buy your ticket and/or become a sponsor as soon as possible.

We hope you can take a lunch break to spend time catching up with fellow Dems and to hear from local elected officials and candidates in the upcoming 2022 Primary and General Election.

See you on May 27th.


published Endorsements for Nov. 8, 2022 Election in Endorsements 2023-01-05 10:50:16 -0800

Endorsements for Nov. 8, 2022 Election

The San Mateo County Democratic Party endorses the following local candidates and ballot measures in the Nov. 8, 2022 election.

Local Candidates

City Council:

  • Atherton City Council - Rick Degolia, Stacy Miles Holland
  • Belmont City Council, District 1 - Gina Latimerlo
  • Belmont Mayor - Julia Mates
  • Burlingame City Council, District 5 - Peter Stevenson
  • Daly City Council - Manūfou Liaiga-Anoa'i, Pamela DiGiovanni, Ray Buenaventura
  • East Palo City Council - Jeffrey Austin, Ruben Abrica
  • Foster City Council - Evan Adams, Richa Awasthi
  • Half Moon Bay City Council, District 4 - Debbie Ruddock
  • Menlo Park City Council, District 4 - Betsy Nash
  • Millbrae City Council, District 2 - Wayne Lee
  • Pacifica City Council, District 2 - Robby Bancroft
  • Portola Valley Town Council - Craig Hughes, Craig Taylor
  • Redwood City Council, District 2 - Chris Sturken
  • San Bruno City Council, District 4 - Auros Harman
  • San Carlos City Council - Adam Rak, Pranita Venkatesh, Sara McDowell
  • San Mateo City Council, District 1 - Lisa Nash
  • San Mateo City Council, District 3 - Sarah Fields
  • San Mateo City Council, District 5 - Adam Loraine
  • South San Francisco City Council, District 1 - Mark Addiego
  • South San Francisco City Council, District 5 - Eddie Flores
  • Woodside Town Council, District 2 - Steve Lubin

School Board:

  • Belmont-Redwood Shores School District - April Northrup
  • Jefferson Elementary School District - Anthony Tsujisaka
  • Ravenswood City School Board - Laura Nuñez, Mele Kasavu Latu, Tamara Sobomehin
  • San Carlos School District, full - Ben Kornell, Neil A. Layton, Sarah Cassanago
  • San Carlos School District, short - Sarah Johnson Kinahan, Tracy Park
  • San Mateo Community College District, Area 2 - Michael Guingona
  • San Mateo-Foster City School District, Area 1, full - Alison Proctor
  • San Mateo-Foster City School District, At Large, short - Kenneth Chin 
  • Sequoia Union High School District, Area A - Suvarna Bhopale
  • Sequoia Union High School District, Area D - Sathvik Nori
  • South San Francisco Unified School District, District D - Amanda Anthony

County Offices:

  • Member Board of Supervisors, District 3 - Ray Mueller
  • San Mateo County Harbor District, District 3 - Kathryn V. Slater-Carter

Local Legislative Representation:

  • Member of the State Assembly, 19th District - Phil Ting
  • Member of the State Assembly, 23rd District - Marc Berman 
  • US Representative, 15th District - Kevin Mullin
  • US Representative, 16th District - Anna Eshoo

Local Ballot Measures

City Ballot Measures - Support

  • Measure K - City of Belmont: Transient Occupancy Tax Measure   
  • Measure L - City of East Palo Alto: Residential Rental Property Business Tax Measure
  • Measure N - City of Millbrae: Transient Occupancy Tax Measure
  • Measure O - City of Brisbane: Hotel Business License Tax Measure
  • Measure P - City of Redwood City: Mayoral Term Charter Amendment Measure
  • Measure Q - City of Pacifica: Fireworks Advisory Measure
  • Measure U - City of Brisbane: Transactions and Use (Sales) Tax Measure
  • Measure X - City of Burlingame: Business Licensing Measure
  • Measure Y - City of Pacifica: Transactions and Use (Sales) Tax Measure
  • Measure Z - City of Redwood City: Election Procedure Charter Amendment Measure
  • Measure AA - City of South San Francisco: Affordable Housing Authorization Initiative
  • Measure BB - City of San Bruno: Mayor and City Council Term Limit Measure
  • Measure CC - City of San Mateo: Transfer Tax on Property Sales of $10 Million or More
  • Measure DD - City of South San Francisco: Citizen-Sponsored Parcel Tax Initiative for Preschool for All

City Ballot Measure - Oppose

  • Measure V - City of Menlo Park: Citizen-Sponsored Initiative Measure

School Bonds - Support

  • Measure M - Bayshore Elementary School District: Parcel Tax Measure
  • Measure R - La Honda-Pescadero Unified School District: Bond Measure
  • Measure S - Redwood City School District: Bond Measure
  • Measure T - South San Francisco Unified School District: Bond Measure
  • Measure W - Sequoia Union High School District: Bond Measure


published Endorsements for June 7, 2022 Election in Endorsements 2022-04-18 15:31:09 -0700

Endorsements for June 7, 2022 Election

The San Mateo County Democratic Party endorses the following local candidates and ballot measures in the June 7, 2022 election.

Local Candidates

County Sheriff – Christina Corpus
County Superintendent of Schools – Nancy Magee
County Supervisor, District 3 – Ray Mueller
County Treasurer Tax Collector – Sandie Arnott

Local Ballot Measures

Measure C – Belmont-Redwood Shores School District Parcel Tax
Measure E – Millbrae Elementary School District Bond
Measure G – Brisbane School District Parcel Tax
Measure H – Hillsborough City School District Bond
Measure I – Ravenswood City School District Bond
Measure J - Jefferson Elementary School District Bond


2022 SMC Dems CADEM Endorsing Convention Luncheon

We are so excited to gather in person during the upcoming CADEM Endorsing Convention, even though it’s virtual.

All Democrats are welcome to join, but capacity is limited to 100 attendees, so buy your ticket or become a Sponsor as soon as possible!

There is plenty of parking available, the venue is near public transit, and the food will be amazing, so we hope you can take a lunch break to spend time catching up with fellow Dems and to hear from local elected officials and candidates in the upcoming 2022 Primary and General Election!

See you on March 4th!


published Pledge to Vote NO on the Recall 2021-08-10 16:23:21 -0700

Pledge to Vote NO on the Recall

8 signatures

Sign this pledge to Vote NO in the Sept. 14th, 2021 Recall Election.  We encourage you to Vote NO on item one.  This signals your support for Gov. Gavin Newsom and the fantastic job he's been doing for all Californians. 


published Local Chartered Democratic Clubs in Join 2021-04-11 21:59:57 -0700

Local Chartered Democratic Clubs

Learn about issues, meet fellow Democrats in your community, and take action! Below you find a list of chartered Democratic Clubs in San Mateo County. 

(Click here to learn more about the function of Democratic clubs. Information courtesy of the Peninsula Democratic Coalition.) 

If you need to re-charter your club or would like to start a new club, you need to provide a roster of members in good standing, bylaws, and a payment for your club to be chartered before the July meeting. Payment is equal to $1 for each member in good standing. Please send a check to the San Mateo County Democratic Party, 63 Bovet Rd, #137, San Mateo, CA 94402.

Here are links to a sample set of bylaws and a template for completing the required roster.

1. Sample Bylaws

2. Club Roster Template

Be sure to let us know as you begin the process. We are very happy to help you get organized as you are getting started with your new Democratic Club. Email us with any questions.

 


San Mateo County Officially Chartered Democratic Clubs 

 

Coastside Democratic Club
Email: Barbara Dye  [email protected]
Phone: 415-321-9476 
Web: Coastside Democratic Club
Facebook: Coastside Democratic Club

Filipino American Democratic Club of San Mateo County
Email: Juslyn Manalo   [email protected]
Facebook: Filipino American Democratic Club of San Mateo County

Jewish Democratic Club of Silicon Valley - ⭐ NEW FOR 2022
Email: Dorene Kastelman (President) [email protected]
Web: jdcsv.com
Facebook: Jewish Democratic Club of Silicon Valley

North Peninsula Democratic Club
Email: Dan Stegink (Chair)  [email protected]
Phone: 650-697-6249
Facebook: North Peninsula Democratic Club

Pacific Islander Club of San Mateo County
Email: Talavou Aumavae   [email protected]

Pacifica-Daly City Democratic Club
Email: Mike O'Neill  [email protected]
Phone: 650-302-2470
Facebook: Pacifica-Daly City Democratic Club

Peninsula Democratic Coalition
Email: Lorri Holzberg   [email protected] or [email protected]
Address: PO Box 97, Los Altos, CA 94023-0097
Web: Peninsula Democratic Coalition
Facebook: Peninsula Democratic Coalition
Twitter: @PeninsulaDems 

San Mateo County Democracy for America
Email: Susie Raye   [email protected]
Phone: (650) 573-7544
Web: San Mateo County Democracy for America
Facebook: San Mateo County Democracy for America
Meetings: The first Wednesday of every month, at 7 pm (Zoom)

San Mateo County LatinX Democratic Club
Email: Rudy Espinoza-Murray   [email protected] or [email protected]
Join: San Mateo County LatinX Democratic Club
Web: San Mateo County LatinX Democratic Club

San Mateo County Stonewall Democratic Club
Email: Caiti Busch   [email protected]
Join: San Mateo County Stonewall Democratic Club
Facebook: San Mateo County Stonewall Democratic Club

Other Democratic Clubs

Peninsula Young Democrats
Email: Erin Chazer   [email protected]
Facebook: Peninsula Young Democrats
Twitter: @PYDems


published Volunteer in Join 2021-04-11 21:59:44 -0700

Volunteer

We would love to have your help. Please fill out this form and someone will contact you about volunteering opportunities. 

Thank you.


published Join 2022-08-24 10:51:48 -0700

Join

Would you like to sign up to receive our monthly newsletter from the Chair? It usually contains information about upcoming events, party news, volunteer opportunities, and much more. Keep up with the San Mateo County Dems and sign up here!

Our monthly meetings are held on the THIRD THURSDAY of every month at 7:00 PM.  Check the Events page to confirm this month's meeting date and to get attendance information.  All are welcome.

Also consider joining one of our many chartered clubs. Contributions are an important way to help your local party function. And make sure to sign up as a volunteer. We have regular community activities. Come make a difference in San Mateo County.

We do not share mobile numbers.  Text messages may be sent at most once per month.  You can opt-out at any time.  Message and data rates may apply to any text messages you send to us.


published Resolutions 2021-04-01 00:13:58 -0700

Resolutions Adopted by the Central Committee of the

San Mateo County Democratic Party

   Resolutions express the position of the San Mateo County Democratic Party.   Additionally, they may be an attempt to influence the actions of public officials and the public.   They have a preordained format (three “whereas” clauses and one or two “therefore” clauses.    A regular resolution is read to the Central Committee at the first meeting where it is introduced, and a majority of the membership must support it at the next meeting when it is voted on.  An urgent resolution is voted on at the meeting where it is first introduced and must win by a two thirds vote.  Elected delegates, alternates and ex-officios may introduce resolution.

   A workshop on You Say You Want a Resolution? was presented on June 22, 2022 that explains what is a resolution, what it's not and why it uses funny language.  Click here for the slides and here for the video recording.

Topic Title Date Adopted

Labor

RESOLUTION AFFIRMING COMMITMENT TO STAND IN SOLIDARITY WITH LABOR UNIONS

May 16, 2024

Diversity

Resolution Urging the American Legion to End Gender Discrimination

April 18, 2024

Governance

2024-6 Resolution in Protest of Millbrae Recall

April 18, 2024

Climate

2024-5 Resolution in Support of SB 1374

April 18, 2024

Governance

2024-4 Resolution in Support of a Just and Lasting Peace Between the Israeli and the Palestinian Peoples

March 21, 2024

Health

2024-3 Resolution in Support of AB 2200: The Guaranteed Health Care for All Act (CalCare)

March 21, 2024

Diversity

2024-2 Resolution Against Trans and Non Binary Violence

Feb. 15, 2024

Diversity

2024-1 Resolution on Hate has No Place: Decrying the increase in US Antisemitism, Islamophobia, Anti-Palestinian and Anti-Israel Hate

Feb. 15, 2024

Housing

2023-15 Resolution Urging Board of Supervisors to Approve Tenant Protection Ordinance

Oct. 19, 2023

Climate

2023-14 Resolution Urging Congress to Pass Fee and Dividend Legislation on Carbon in Fossil Fuels

Sept. 21, 2023

Climate

2023-13 Resolution in Favor of Flood Free San Mateo

Sept. 21, 2023

Health

2023-12 Bicycle Resolution

Aug. 17, 2023

Housing

2023-11 Resolution in Support of SB423: Land use: streamlined housing approvals: Multifamily housing developments (SB 35 extension)

July 20, 2023

Climate

2023-10 Resolution in Support of Rooftop and Distributed Solar and Batteries for Tenants

July 20, 2023

Housing

2023-9 Resolution in Support of Social Housing Legislation

July 20, 2023

Governance

2023-8 Resolution in Support of AB 28: Funding Evidence-Based Gun Violence Prevention Programs

June 15, 2023

Governance

2023-7 Resolution Supporting Improvements at the Youth Services Center

April 20, 2023

Governance

2023-6 Resolution to Stop Destroying the Medicare Trust Fund with ACO REACH

April 20, 2023

Equity

2023-5 Resolution Standing with Democracy in Opposition to the Rise of Right-Wing Nationalism

April 20, 2023

Equity

2023-4 Resolution Urging the State of California
To Pass $25/Hour Minimum Wage for Healthcare Workers

April 20, 2023

Governance

2023-3 Resolution to Oppose Recall of Mayor Amourence Lee

March 16, 2023

Equity

2023-2 Resolution on Youth Tried as Adults

March 16, 2023

Climate

2023-1 Resolution to Reverse the CPUC NEM3 Decision

Feb. 16, 2023

Equity

Resolution Supporting the Rights of the People of Iran to Free Expression and Standing in Solidarity with the Women and People of Iran 

Oct. 20, 2022

Governance

Resolution to Provide Fiscal Gap Funding for Public Transit

Oct. 20, 2022

Governance

Agricultural Relations Voter Choice Act (AB 2183) Support

Sept. 8, 2022

Climate

2022-08 SB 396 Opposition Resolution

Aug. 18, 2022

Climate

2022-08 Candidate Fossil Fuel Pledge Resolution

Aug. 18, 2022

Climate

Candidate Fossil Fuel Pledge

Aug. 18, 2022

Equity

2022-6 In Support of SJR 13 - Relative to the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe

June 16, 2022

Equity

2022-5 In Support of SB893 (Becker) to Enable Free Community College and Improve Access to Community College in San Mateo County April 7, 2022

Governance

2022-4 In Support of AB1819  March 17, 2022

Equity

2022-3 Denouncing Anti-Semitism March 17, 2022

Equity

2022-2 Supporting Fair Process for Lateefah Simon March 17, 2022

Equity

2022-1 In Support of Fixin' San Mateo County Feb. 17, 2022

Climate

2021-11 Enhanced Access to Rooftop Solar and Net Metering Nov. 18, 2021

Equity

2021-10 Advance Public Safety on the Caltrain Corridor Nov. 18, 2021

Climate

2021-9 Equitably Electrifying all Buildings and Vehicles in California Nov. 18, 2021

Equity

2021-8 In Support of Seamless Transit Principles Nov. 18, 2021

Equity

2021-7 In Support of Afghan Refugees Aug. 19, 2021

Diversity

2021-6 In Support of the Medicare for All Act of 2021, H.R. 1976 June 17, 2021

Diversity/Equality

2021-5 Latino Democrats Against Recalling California Governor Gavin Newsom

June 17, 2021

Diversity

2021-4 Equity Endorsement Pledge (EEP) Encouraging San Mateo County Elected Officials and Influential Endorsers to help dismantle White Supremacy, system recism, sexism, and ableism May 20, 2021

Governance

2021-3 Stop the Republican Recall of Governor Gavin Newsom April 15, 2021

Governance

2021-2 Resolution in Support of Senate Bill (SB) 90 and Assembly Bill (AB) 1416, the Ballot DISCLOSE Act March 18, 2021
Governance 2021-1 Resolution Calling for Investigation of Congressmembers Who Violated Their Oath of Office Jan. 21, 2021
Police Reform 2020-6 Resolution Calling for San Mateo County Mayors and Councilmembers to Sign Former President Obama’s National Mayor’s Pledge to Reform Police Use of Force Policies Aug. 20, 2020
Diversity/
Equality
2020-5 Resolution Urging State and Local Governments to Completely Remove Illegal and Unenforceable Racially-Restrictive Covenants from Real Estate Transaction Documents and Processes Aug. 20, 2020
Diversity/
Equality
2020-4 Resolution in Opposition to Proposition 22 July 16, 2020
Diversity/
Equality
2020-3 Resolution in Support of the Black Lives Matter Movement and Increased Safety for County Residents June 18, 2020

Diversity/
Equality

2020-2 Resolution to Denounce Stigmatization, Xenophobia, Hateful Racism arisen from COVID19 Pandemic & to Honor Asian Americans during Asian Pacific Islander Month May 21, 2020
Diversity/
Equality
2020-1 Resolution Urging San Mateo County Board of Supervisors, the California State Legislature, and U.S. Congress to Protect Farmworkers During COVID-19 and Pesticide Exposure with Personal Protection Equipment April 16, 2020
     

 


donated 2021-06-26 22:19:38 -0700

Associate Member Dues

  • Yearly dues for associate members of the San Mateo County Democratic Central Committee are $25
  • Dues must be paid by the member themselves. 

Jonathan Hull
Political data scientist with extensive experience in PDI, Van, NGP, FEC, Statewide Database, Census, and San Mateo County data. PDI Administrator for San Mateo County Democratic Party. Data and Tech Specialist for Kermit Jones for Congress, CA-03 in 2022