Next Meeting May 6!

Join us on zoom Thursday May 6 as we begin part 1 of a 3 part series: Discussing Racial and Gender Inequities to Foster Empathy. We will host a panel including Marcus Boyd, Rob Howard, Dr. Indroneal Banjeree and Kayanna Woodworth. Click on the button to register. Elected Officials and Candidates are invited to speak.

COVID 19 Resources


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Stay safe by wearing a mask and practicing social distancing even  if you have received the vaccine.

EPA Public Scoping Meeting: April 20, 2021, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time
This is the meeting we have all been waiting for! In 2020, the U.S. government, through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), committed $300 million in the USMCA Trade Agreement to identify infrastructure solutions to mitigate the decades-old problem of transboundary flows of untreated wastewater (sewage), trash, and sediment that routinely enter the U.S. from Mexico via the Tijuana River.
The USMCA requires EPA, in coordination with other eligible public entities, to carry out the planning, design, and construction of projects to address this problem and to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) that evaluates the options being considered. The first step in this process is a scoping meeting to identify local concerns, learn about past efforts, introduce and explain the interdisciplinary approach and solicit information as to additional disciplines and stakeholders that should be included. The meeting will consist of a formal presentation at 6:15 p.m, followed by the formal comment period.
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FOR MORE INFORMATION,  visit the project website.

Imperial Beach Democratic Club Stands in Solidarity with our AAPI Friends

The recent attacks killing eight people, including six Asian women, in Georgia is undoubtedly shocking and a part of the disturbing surge in anti-Asian crimes fueled by xenophobia in this country.  The Imperial Beach Democratic Club denounces this senseless violence, stands in solidarity with the Asian American Pacific Islander (APPI) community, and is committed to standing alongside our brothers and sisters to ensure the rights and dignity of all people are respected and protected.

We denounce the systemic racism, white supremacy, and misogyny that perpetuate violence against AAPI communities and other communities of color.

Join Our Club/Renew Your Membership

The Imperial Beach Democratic Club  is a geographical, chartered club of the San Diego Democratic Party,  dedicated to voter education and supporting Democratic campaigns.    We are committed to furthering the principles, candidates and causes of the Democratic Party.

Club members are involved in grass root organizing for numerous campaigns, organizations, projects and causes. Our  meetings  address issues within Imperial Beach, San Diego County and  State of California with  presentations  from local officials and experts on timely topics. Stay informed and let your voice be heard!  Join/Renew Now!

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San Diego Democrats

The San Diego County Democratic Party is the official organization for Democrats in the fifth-largest county in the U.S. With more than 60,000 members, we represent the second-largest community of Democrats in California. As the local embodiment of "America's Majority Party" for voters and candidates alike, we advance our goals through several ongoing programs.

  • VOTER REGISTRATION. Throughout the year, in every community of San Diego County, we're signing up new Democrats to vote. Thanks to our efforts in 2008, Democrats now outnumber Republicans in the county for the first time in a generation.
  • PRECINCT ORGANIZING. Our all-volunteer Grassroots Organizing Team reaches out to voters where they live, providing information on endorsed candidates and motivating our supporters to vote. That personal attention substantially increases turnout in the precincts we cover.
  • CANDIDATE SUPPORT. We have a long-range plan to recruit, train, and support good Democratic candidates at all levels – including local offices like city councils, school boards, and special districts.
  • COMMUNICATIONS. To build the Party and support Democratic campaigns, we proactively communicate our message through the media to both Democrats and the general public. We also build relationships with community allies to promote our shared values and priorities.
  • FUNDRAISING & INFRASTRUCTURE. The resources to accomplish our goals come from our local supporters in San Diego County. We raise funds to keep our doors open, staff our office, help our candidates, and build an infrastructure to benefit all San Diego Democrats.

Get Involved

The best way to get involved is to register to vote. Allow your voice to be heard at the voting booth. Check your registration status, even if you are already registered. Read up on the laws regarding registration and party affiliation. And, get out the Vote!