Rancho Bernardo Democratic Club
Our club provides an opportunity for citizens to connect with one another, learn about political issues and Democratic values, and help elect Democrats to public office. We meet monthly to hear speakers on issues that affect our community, socialize, and plan activities to support Democratic Candidates.
If you would like to join the Rancho Bernardo Democratic Club select “Join” from the menu above. You will be offered options for how to join us. We’d love to have you as a member!
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Our next meeting is Monday, July 22, 2019
The Rancho Bernardo Democratic Club shall decide whether to endorse a candidate for Mayor of the City of San Diego. Our participation in the July 4th events in Rancho Bernardo will be recapped. We will also continue with our monthly presidential straw poll.
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At 6:30 p.m. socialize with fellow Democrats and
enjoy coffee and home-made cookies. Attire is casual.
Candidates are welcome to speak.
Email Keith Mikas.
Our June 24 meeting
The Rancho Bernardo Democratic Club held an endorsement meeting for the San Diego City Council, District 5 race. The candidates participating were Marni Von Wilpert and Isaac Wang. The club decided to endorse Marni Von Wilpert for this race. The club also decided to give a Friendly Incumbent Endorsement to the San Diego City Attorney, Mara Elliot. The club also discussed plans for the 4th of July booth and parade in Rancho Bernardo.
RB Dem Club Endorsed Candidates
|Candidate||Office Being Sought||Date of Endorsement|
|Marni Von Wilpert||San Diego City Council, District 5||June 24, 2019|
|Mara Elliot||San Diego City Attorney (incumbent)||June 24, 2019|
RB Dem Club Monthly Presidential Straw Poll
|Candidate||Highest Office Held||April 2019||May 2019||June 2019|
|Michael Bennet||Senator, CO||0||1||2|
|Joe Biden||Vice President||6||12||6|
|Cory Booker||Senator, NJ||2||0||0|
|Steve Bullock||Governor, MT||N/A||0||0|
|Pete Buttigieg||Mayor, South Bend IN||6||1||2|
|Julian Castro||Mayor, San Antonio TX||0||0||0|
|Bill De Blasio||Mayor, New York NY||N/A||0||0|
|John Delaney||Rep, MD6||0||0||0|
|Tulsi Gabbard||Rep, HI2||0||0||0|
|Kirsten Gillibrand||Senator, NY||0||0||0|
|Mike Gravel||Senator, AK||N/A||0||0|
|Kamala Harris||Senator, CA||7||17||9|
|John Hickenlooper||Governor, CO||0||0||0|
|Jay Inslee||Governor, WA||1||0||0|
|Amy Klobuchar||Senator, MN||3||1||0|
|Wayne Messam||Mayor, Miramar FL||0||0||0|
|Seth Moulton||Rep, MA6||0||0||0|
|Beto O’Rourke||Rep, TX6||2||0||0|
|Tim Ryan||Rep, OH13||0||0||0|
|Bernie Sanders||Senator, VT||5||0||0|
|Joe Sestak||Rep, PA07||N/A||N/A||0|
|Eric Swalwell||Rep, CA15||1||1||0|
|Elizabeth Warren||Senator, MA||4||9||18|
|Andrew Yang||Tech Executive||2||2||0|