Central Committee Elections

Central Committee Elections

 

Every four years, Democrats in Orange County have the opportunity to run for – and vote for – the Democratic Party of Orange County Central Committee.

This year, Central Committee candidates will be on your March 2020 primary ballot. You can vote for up to 6 Central Committee members to represent your Assembly District.

Central Committee members vote on county and local endorsements, as well as resolutions, bylaws, and more. They also help fundraise for DPOC and candidates, support Democratic Clubs, and help recruit candidates for local office. Central Committee members may also serve as delegates to the California Democratic Party to vote on endorsements for federal offices, update our state platform and bylaws, and much more.

Wondering who’s running to represent you at DPOC? View candidate filings on the OC Registrar of Voters website below, and check with your local Democratic Club for opportunities to hear from Central Committee candidates running in your area.

Candidates in the 55th Assembly District
Candidates in the 65th Assembly District
Candidates in the 68th Assembly District
Candidates in the 69th Assembly District
Candidates in the 72nd Assembly District
Candidates in the 73rd Assembly District
Candidates in the 74th Assembly District

Unsure which Assembly District you’re in? Look up your district here.

DPOC Central Committee members are elected every four years by registered Democratic voters. Elections are managed by the OC Registrar of Voters. The deadline to file for Central Committee elections was Friday, December 6. Click here for complete list of election deadlines. For more information about election qualifications, rules or procedures, contact the Registrar at (714) 567-7600 or rovwebmaster@rov.ocgov.com.

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