Susan Dye

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RCDP Statement on MSU Mass Shooting: The Kids are NOT Alright

  For Immediate Release 02/14/2023 Riverside, CA— 02/14/2023 — Today, on the 5th anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shooting in Parkland, FL, where 17 children were massacred and 17 others injured in the attempt to murder them, we are once again reeling from yet another school shooting.  Read more…

Statement from RCDP Regarding Both the Pelosi and the Nichols Video Releases

  For Immediate Release 01/28/2023 Riverside, CA— 01/28/2023 — Yesterday, on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, two horrific videos, that of the October 2022 attack on Paul Pelosi by a right-wing extremist, and the other the murder of Tyre Nichols at the hands of the Memphis Police, were released to the public. This shows us again …

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2023 General Membership Meeting Schedule

RCDP Welcomes New Chair

Joy Silver Elected as Chair of the Riverside County Democratic Party Election Held During December Meeting of RCDP Following Exit of Former Chair Rodriguez Riverside, CA— 12/12/2022 — At the December General Membership Meeting of the Riverside County Democratic Party, voting members elected the charismatic and energizing Palm Springs Democrat, Joy Silver, as the new …

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2023 Club Chartering

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. 2023 Chartering Documents

2022 Election Results

    Riverside County ROV November 8, 2022 Election Results


RCDP Members, 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 …

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Emmett Till Anti-Racism Pledge

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. Take the Emmett Till Anti-Racism Pledge