Who We Are

The Palos Verdes Peninsula Democratic Club was founded in 1952.   Although the club name was changed slightly (we are now the Palos Verdes Democrats), all along we have been active in local, state and national politics.

Our monthly meetings often feature guest speakers who address current political or social issues. Special events include opportunities to meet our elected local, state, or national representatives, as well as events where candidates for office can be seen and heard.

PV Democrats President’s Report May 2020

Click Here to see the May Club Newsletter

I hope you all were able to “attend” our virtual monthly meeting on Zoom. There is so much happening as we proceed full swing into this presidential election year. The Los Angeles County Democratic Party (LACDP) has challenged the county Democratic clubs to hold a series of virtual house parties. By the time you read this, I will have hosted my first House Party on Monday, April 27th.

For the complete President's Report, visit this month's newsletter.

Member News

Deadline for DNC Delegate Elections is 5/28! (5/22/2020) - Due to the extension of “stay at home” orders across the state, the upcoming Congressional District Caucuses to elect delegates to the Democratic National Convention… Continue Reading
PV Democrats Board Election (4/28/2020) - At our May 17th meeting, we will vote to elect our Board of Directors for the 2020-2021 year, which officially begins in July.  The vote… Continue Reading
Confessions of a PV Poll Worker (3/28/2020) - By Michele Ayers as told to Carol Moeller Behind the smooth operation I (Carol) experienced in my most recent voting opportunity, a whole army of… Continue Reading
New Voting Procedures and Recommendations for March Elections (2/8/2020) - Please consider voting for your PV Democrats fellow members: Connie Sullivan and Ray Waters are running for the LA County Central Committee. Both are long-time… Continue Reading
PV Democrats Vote to Endorse Safer Schools for Our PVP Kids Bond Measure (1/29/2020) - At our last PV Democrats meeting in November 2019, the club voted to endorse the Safer Schools for our PVP Kids measure that hits the ballots on… Continue Reading
How to Apply to be DNC Delegate in Milwaukee, WI (1/13/2020) - Good Evening Democrats, Do you want to be a delegate to the Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee, WI? The filing period to apply as a… Continue Reading
Women’s Suffrage Centennial Observation (12/2/2019) - After a 72 year fight by suffragists for women's equality, the Susan B. Anthony Amendment was approved by Congress in 1919. That lead to ratification… Continue Reading
Club Votes to Endorse “Last Chance Alliance” (8/26/2019) - At our August Club Meeting, the membership voted to endorse the Last Chance Alliance, a climate, health and environmental justice organization whose goal is to… Continue Reading
Pictures Posted for 2019 PV Dems Picnic (8/17/2019) - Over 180 guests and speakers attended our 2019 Summer Picnic on July 21 at the beautiful park-like setting of St. Luke's Presbyterian Church in Rolling Hills Estates. … Continue Reading
Mary Meade (7/9/2019) - We are saddened to report that long-time member of the PV Democrats, Mary Meade, has passed away.  Mary lost her battle with colon cancer June… Continue Reading


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Vote for DNC National Delegates!

In normal times, Democrats attend meetings across the Congressional District to elect National Delegates to vote at the Democratic National Convention.  This year, the elections will be virtual.  You must request a ballot by Thursday, May 28 in order to cast a ballot.  For more information, click here.

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Democratic Humor

Who Deserves Credit For Strong Economy??

Republicans like to tout the strong economic performance. And they like to say it's due to President Trump's economic policies. See if you can tell when President Trump was elected and when he took office based on the nation's economic performance. Click on the chart to see the answer!

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