Welcome to the Rancho Bernardo Democratic Club website
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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(No Meeting in December. Happy Holidays Everyone!)
Next Meeting: Monday, January 25th, 2021 at 7:00pm (Online Meeting)
This meeting will be an online meeting using Zoom. We will send out emails with the login information over the next few weeks.
On the agenda:
Executive Board Member Harvey Levine will lead a discussion on local issues in our community and where we can go from here.
Other agenda items TBD.
Hope to see you all on Monday, January 25, 2021!
Detailed Aerial Map
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 our club president Hugh Rothman.
Our NOvember 23, 2020 meeting
So, how did that election thing go?
Well, it looks our Democracy survived… just barely.
Anyway, our Vice-President Steve Natoli gave a detailed presentation on what happened in the Presidential race (yay!) and in the US House of Representatives (Not nearly as good, we lost seats and we were expecting to win some).
Our Treasurer, Jana Johnson, gave a presentation on the Senate results. We picked up one seat (so far), but the Georgia Senate seats are still up for grabs.
Our President, Hugh Rothman, gave a presentation on the results in the local races (mostly great news, but with some frustrating results mixed in).
Hugh Rothman, with the help of Sunny Escovedo and Jason Bercovitch, also gave a presentation on the upcoming ADEMs, how to become an Assembly District Delegate to the CA State Convention, and what it means.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this meeting occurred via Zoom.
RB Dem Club Endorsed Candidates
|Candidate||Office Being Sought||Date of Endorsement||Result|
|Todd Gloria||San Diego Mayor||June 22, 2020||Won|
|Marni Von Wilpert||San Diego City Council, District 5||June 24, 2019||Won|
|Mara Elliot||San Diego City Attorney *||June 24, 2019||Won|
|Scott Peters||US Representative CD-52 *||July 22, 2019||Won|
|Terra Lawson-Remer||SD County Board of Suprvisrs, Dist 3||April 27, 2020||Won|
|Toni Atkins||CA Senate, District 39 *||Sep 23, 2019||Won|
|Kate Schwartz||CA Assembly, District 75||Jul 27, 2020||Lost|
|Brian Maienschein||CA Assembly, District 77 *||Sep 23, 2019||Won|
|Tim Nader||Superior Court Judge, Office 30||Feb 03, 2020||Won|
|Dara Czerwonka||Escondido City Council District 3 (Q)||June 22, 2020||Lost|
|Don Greene||Escondido City Council District 3 (Q)||June 22, 2020||Lost|
|Darshana Patel||Poway Unified School Board, District A *||July 27, 2020||Won|
|Jimmy Karam||Poway Unified School Board, District E||July 27, 2020||Lost|
|Nina Deerfield||Palomar College School Board, D2||July 27, 2020||Lost|
|Roberto Rodriguez||Palomar College School Board, D3||July 27, 2020||Won|
|Lee Dulgeroff||Palomar College School Board, D4||July 27, 2020||Lost|
|Tiffany Boyd-Hodgson||Vallecitos Water Board, D5||July 27, 2020||Won|
Q: Rated as qualified for this race
Note: The Rancho Bernardo Democratic Club endorsements are endorsements from the club only, and do not represent official endorsements or positions of the San Diego County Democratic Party, the California Democratic Party, or the Democratic National Committee.