The California Gubernatorial Recall Election will be conducted under the same Emergency Order process followed for the 2020 General Election. The lists provided in the links below are subject to change based on public comment submitted in July, but match the locations used in the 2020 General Election.
Final Ballot Drop Off Locations and Voting Centers will be published on August 16th, the same date that mailed ballots will start to reach voters.
Make a plan to vote:
Today’s guilty verdict is an important step towards justice, but it comes with much too high a cost. George Floyd will never again see his family, and Black and Brown lives continue to be lost under scarily-similar circumstances.
While one guilty verdict in a single trial cannot solve systemic racism, it does give us hope, and reminds us of how much work we continue to have ahead of us to build a truly equitable and just world. Justice can only truly be measured in long-term societal change free of implicit bias at every level.
We honor the historic accountability achieved in the trial held for the murder of George Floyd; but remain dedicated to the need for justice for Breonna Taylor, Tamir Rice, Daunte Wright, Adam Toledo, and so many more.
Tisa Rodriguez, Chair
The Riverside County Democratic Party celebrated excellence on Sunday, January 17, 2021, hosting the Bosworth Awards on Zoom. Named for Democratic activist Gary H. Bosworth, the awards honored outstanding and dedicated individuals who have improved our community with their spirit of service and volunteerism.
This year’s ceremony featured Guest Speakers Anthony Rendon, Speaker of the California State Assembly; Rusty Hicks, Chair of the California Democratic Party; and surprise Guest Speaker Christine Pelosi, Democratic Party strategist.
This year’s honorees included an award recognizing essential workers, awards to outstanding members of allied organizations, Riverside County Democratic Club phenomenal volunteers, and exceptional nominees from each of the County’s seven Assembly Districts.
The Executive Board voted to approves the RCDP Code of Conduct and Anti-Harrassment Policy at the January 25, 2021 Executive Board Meetings.
All members are required to read and sign the Code of Conduct and Anti-Harrassment Policy by February 5th at 5 pm.
Click Here to Read the Code of Conduct and Anti-harassment Policy and Sign Your Acknowledgment:
Tisa Rodriguez, Chair
For Immediate Release
Contact: Tisa Rodriguez, Chair
Date: January 11, 2021
Riverside, CA – The deplorable acts of insurrection against our democracy were openly incited by President Trump, and fueled by Representative Ken Calvert and others. Both men were elected to represent the will of the people, but have repeatedly and routinely ignored the majority of their constituents in favor of unconscionable decisions that continue to undermine the will of the people.
We support and applaud efforts in Congress to impeach Donald immediately. The short length of this President’s remaining term of service does not absolve him of responsibility for inciting violence against our democracy.
Furthermore, we condemn the violence that occurred on January 6th and the acts of insurrection that are currently being planned by people who have no respect for life or for our country. Patriotism means organizing peacefully and respectfully to improve the lives of all Americans. It does not mean inciting hate. We plan to continue working patriotically under the new, duly elected administration.
If you represent a Democratic club and want to be chartered by the Riverside County Democratic Party (RCDP), the following packet should answer all of your general questions about the chartering process and the necessary steps to successfully charter your organization.
Emmett Till was a 14-year-old African American boy who was lynched in Mississippi in 1955 after being accused of offending a white woman. The cruelness, barbarism, and brutality of his murder were heartbreaking.
His killers were acquitted.