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.
The 2016 Elections are Over–What Can We Do?
- Congressman Ted Lieu Raises >$1,000,000 for 9 California Congressional Democratic Candidates
- Read Rolling Stone’s Article on Ted’s Role to Take Back the House
- CADEM LA Regional Field Organizers Flip-the-House Activities
- 2018 Primary Election Endorsements
- Do You Want to Get Involved? Here is a List of Local Phone Banks That You Can Participate In!
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We are saddened to report the passing of our dear friend, Sura Halote. Sura was a long time and active member of our club, as well as the Progressive Democrats. At 82, she was still an activist, having made her presence known at the Pledge to Vote Rally this past September. Click here for more information Please feel free to leave your thoughts or information you may have on services by visiting our Member News page.
PD Democrats co-hosted a fundraiser for Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi on October 14 at the beautiful home of Richard and Melanie Lundquist. Many of our members were there, including PVPUSD Board candidate Megan Crawford. To see more photos of the event, click the photo to visit our PV Democrats Photo Gallery.
Gubinatorial candidate Gavin Newsom brought his campaign bus to Al Muratsuchi's HQ to talk to local democrats (including our own PV Dems unofficial photographer, Kay Jue) and provide great support to Al's candidacy.
What's an easier way to make a difference in the upcoming election than to join your fellow members in a phone bank? It's easy--we'll show you how it's done. Check out the opportunities in the sidebar!
|About 190 Democrats registered to come to our PV Democrats Annual Picnic. Ted Lieu returned as our keynote speaker and installed the new PV Dems Board of Directors. We are still working on getting our official photos posted, but click on the photo to see some random snapshots. If you have a favorite photo from the event to post, please sent it to us!|
Supporters of Al Muratsuchi for State Assembly, including many members of the PV Democrats, met for Al's campaign kick-off at his new headquarters in Torrance. If you want to suport Al, visit his website at http://www.alforassembly.com/.
Members of the PV Democrats joined with Beach Cities Dems and South Bay Cares to hold phone banks. This one was hosted by Audrey in Hermosa Beach. To learn more about joining, click here. Click the photo to see more pics from the event.
Members of the PV Democrats were among those hosting a fund raiser for Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi, who is facing another difficult race to hold the CA AD66 seat. Click the photo to see more pics from the event.
Several of our members attended the March for Life on March 24 in the Beach Cities. Click on the photo to see some of our favorite signs.
Kevin de Leon visited our club for our February 2018 meeting. Click on the photo to see more images.
Many of your fellow PVP Democrats attended the Women's March on January 20, 2018 in both Los Angeles and in Redondo Beach. We've collected many of our favorite photos of signs. Visit the PV Dems photo gallery by click here.
Races to flip the House and to capture 4 local Republican held House seats are in full swing. Members attended a Meet & Greet with Wendy Reed, who is running to replace Kevin McCarthy in the 23rd CD. Click here for more info.
|This month's newsletter has been posted on this website. You can always find current and past newsletters by navigating from the Main Menu > Club Info, or by clicking here.|
|The 2018 California Democrats State Convention took place on Feb 23-25 in San Diego. Many of your PVPDems were there. Candidates to replace Jerry Brown were positioning themselves for a run at the governor's office. To read a report on last year's event, click here to see a report on the proceedings. |