Welcome to the Riverside County Democratic Party!


RC DEM 2014


Riverside County Democratic Party
35125 Calle Nopal
Temecula, CA 92592 

When We Meet:
Second Monday of the month
6:30 pm
Brandon’s Diner
24626 Sunnymead Blvd
Moreno Valley, CA 92553
Location is accessible to people with disabilities.

Board Members

Howard Katz

Recording Secretary
Sheila K. Riley

Raj Singh

First Vice Chair/42nd AD Vice Chair
Mary Ann Andreas

Correspondence Secretary/
56th AD Vice Chair
Paul Marchand

60th AD Vice Chair
John Kopp

61st AD Vice Chair
Katherine Underwood

67th AD Vice Chair
Gail Ferrell

71st AD Vice Chair
Kathy Katz

75th AD Vice Chair
Ira Robinson



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Welcome to Riverside County Democratic Party!

Brian Nestande¹s fellow Republicans have proposed a budget that would raise medicare costs for Riverside families, cut higher education, cut food stamps and give tax breaks to the wealthy. Nestande needs to say whether he supports this extreme budget which slashes spending on the poor and gives a windfall to the wealthiest 1%.
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For a list of official California Democratic Party Endorsements click here.
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CDP Vice Chair Eric Bauman addresses delegates at the 2014 CDP State Convention

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Dr. Ruiz Applauds Successful Effort to Protect Medicare Prescription Drug Benefits
March 11, 2014
Press Release

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Dr. Raul Ruiz (D-Palm Desert) applauded the decision by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to withdraw a proposed rule for Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage that would abruptly change and limit the availability of prescription drug coverage for seniors who rely on Medicare. The decision by CMS comes after Dr. Ruiz and over 40 Members of Congress sent a letter urging the CMS to rescind the rule.

“As an emergency medicine physician my priority is the seniors I care for and serve, and I know first hand how important Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage is for our seniors,” said Dr. Ruiz. “I was pleased to join the effort to prevent this reckless rule that would have forced seniors across Riverside County to abruptly face limited Medicare Part D plan choices and restricted access to critical prescription drugs without consulting their physician. As I have in the past, I will always stand with our seniors to oppose any effort that would weaken our seniors hard earned Medicare benefits.” 

The proposed rule would have abruptly changed the Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit, limiting choices and potentially raising drug prices for nearly 13 million beneficiaries.

Click here to view the letter Dr. Ruiz and over 40 Members of Congress sent to CMS administrator Marilyn Tavenner:
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