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Category: 2022

Alert: Show Up for Abortion Tuesday, May 3rd

This is not a drill. The Supreme Court of the United States could overturn Roe v. Wade. The opinion leaked yesterday is a DRAFT opinion, not the final opinion, and abortion remains legal. However, this draft opinion would be DEVASTATING for abortion rights for more than 36 million people across our country. Please join Planned

Democratic Party endorses Dr. Susan Salcido for Superintendent of Schools

April 8, 2022 Santa Barbara County Democratic Party Chair Darcél Elliott announced the endorsement of Dr. Susan Salcido’s re-election campaign for Superintendent of Schools. Dr. Salcido has served as Superintendent of Schools since 2017. During her tenure, she has worked to expand childcare and preschool access and affordability, and increased mental health counselors in K-12

Democratic Party endorses Laura Capps for 2nd District County Supervisor

Contact: Spencer Brandt: info@sbdems.org Santa Barbara County Democratic Party Chair Darcél Elliott announced the endorsement of Santa Barbara Unified School District (SBUSD) Trustee Laura Capps for Santa Barbara County Second District Supervisor. “We are proud to endorse Laura Capps’s campaign for Second District County Supervisor. During her service on the SBUSD Board of Trustees, Laura has exhibited strong

March 6: Flip North County Red to Blue

The Democratic Party is kicking off a sustained effort to flip North County from Red to Blue. Did you know that every City in North Santa Barbara County has more Democrats than Republicans? We have made so much progress already, electing Democrats to School Boards and City Councils across North County. Now, we are re-doubling

Join us for our Annual Meeting on January 29

We are excited to invite you to our 2022 Annual Meeting on January 29th at 10AM. This year due to the spread of COVID-19, our Annual Meeting will be virtual via Zoom. We have exciting activities planned for this morning, including: Update on redistricting’s impact on our progressive majority Workshops on organizing, endorsements, and much