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Jul 10

The annual BBQ was the biggest and best attended ever

  The Re-Sisters performing “I Can’t Keep Quiet” Our program of speakers included Rep. Salud Carbajal, Assembly Member Monique Limón, SB Mayor candidate Cathy Murillo, and the endorsed candidates for SB City Council Districts 4, 5, and 6 —Jim Scafide, Eric Friedman, and Gregg Hart respectively. All photos by Marian Shapiro. Thanks everyone!  

Jul 04

America the Beautiful by Ray Charles

Jul 01

Annual 4th of July BBQ

Invitation to 4th of July Democratic picnic

Jun 10

What will the Republican health care bill cost you?


May 30

March For Truth in Santa Barbara

#MarchForTruth about #TrumpRussia On Saturday June 3 there will be over 100 peaceful marches where Americans DEMAND we get to the bottom of Trump and Russian collusion in the 2016 election. MARCH FOR TRUTH in Santa Barbara! Restore Our Faith in Government When:  11 AM, Saturday/Sábado June 3, 2017 Where:  de la Guerra Plaza Local …

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May 30

Memorial Day


May 10

Earth Day Re-Sisters Singing – I Can’t Keep Quiet


May 07

Support Daraka’s progressive agenda to improve California democracy

  The Santa Barbara County Democratic party is very proud that our county’s party chair–Daraka Larimore-Hall–is also a candidate for Vice Chair of the California Democratic Party. Delegates to the state convention later this month will be casting their ballots, but we are all invited to support Daraka’s progressive agenda to improve California democracy. Sunday, …

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Apr 29

Political Action & Protest

People’s March For Climate, Justice and Jobs Sat. April 29, 12 – 2 p.m.  La Playa Stadium at Santa Barbara City College   On Trump’s 100th day in office, environmental and climate justice organizations are calling for this march in D.C., New York City, and around the world. Join community members, workers, youth, businesses, public officials, …

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Apr 29

Club Update

Voter Reg. at Earth Day   Santa Barbara’s traditional Earth Day Festival provides the DSC with fertile ground for growing the base of local Democratic voters. Our voter registration booth in the festival’s “Public Square” this weekend was well-staffed with volunteers and ready to help first-time voters get on board and to re-register those who …

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