Officers and Board Members of the Community Democratic Club (seated l-r) Deborah Dickson, Danny Jefferson, Dante R. Quick, Margaret Plump, Hazel Wilson; (back row l-r) Dr. Ramona Bishop, Lynda Daniels, Joseph Jones, Dr. Latyna Young, Nona Cohen-Bowman, A. Marie Young, Elissa Shanks-Stewart.
Photos from the Installation of Officers
The newly chartered Community Democratic Club installed five officers in a ceremony officiated by Alameda County Superior Court Judge Trina Thompson on October 19 at the DoubleTree Hotel in American Canyon. Read more...
EDUCATE - the Community Democratic Club values the continuous growth, professional development and education necessary to make our communities better places to live through advocacy and volunteerism.
ACTIVATE - the Community Democratic Club will register voters and encourage those voters who are registered, but are not participating, to be educated on the issues and to vote.
ENDORSE - the Community Democratic Club will endorse and actively support candidates and elected officials who share our core values and mission statement as well as the values and mission statement of the national party.
Who We Are
The Community Democratic Club (CDC) is a diverse group of volunteers who are advocates of democracy and believe in the social equality of all people.
The mission of the Community Democratic Club is to: Promote the ideals and principles of the Democratic Party in Vallejo and nearby communities by inspiring greater participation in the democratic process; Develop new leaders whose positions are consistent with Democratic Party values; Educate, Empower, Mobilize; Endorse Democratic causes and candidates in Vallejo and nearby communities; Register voters; Facilitate communication among voters on the local level; Provide local political forums; and Elect Democrats to public office who are qualified and represent the core values of the Community Democratic Club and the Democratic Party.
“Let us never forget that government is ourselves and not an alien power over us. The ultimate rulers of our democracy are not the President and senators and congressmen and government officials; but the voters of this country”.
Franklin D. Roosevelt