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The Amador Democrats are a diverse and dedicated group of volunteers dedicated to advancing the principles of the Democratic Platform within Amador County.

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Regular  Amador County Democratic Central Committee (ACDCC) Meetings held in our office

557 HWY 49 Suite 3, Jackson CA 95642 – 209-257-1397

1st Monday of each month at 7:00 pm

Please come by!

Action Alert: Call Governor to Stop Westlands’ Water Grab

Our Chair, Lynne Standard-Nightengale, received an email with the following article from Restore The Delta. We believe it is important to get the word out, so we are sharing it here: It is clear from recent media stories that Westlands Water District is aggressively pushing the Newsom Administration to not litigate against the Bernhardt/Trump Water …

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Take A Bus To The Women’s March With Us!

It’s that time of year again!  The Sacramento Women’s March is scheduled for Saturday, January 18, 2020 and once again we will have a bus leaving from the Transit Center at Sutter Hill. This year the cost for a ticket will be $30.00/person. Delta Bus Charter will be the carrier again this year. Please contact …

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Amador Democrat’s County Fair Straw Poll Results

Elizabeth Warren Leads in Amador County During the July 2019 Amador County Fair, the Amador Democrats ran a straw poll among interested Amadorians to discover their Presidential preferences in the 2020 national election. The question asked was “who do you like today?” The idea was to have people vote their values rather than vote strategically. …

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McClintoch Votes Against Disaster Aid for Our District

House Bill H.R. 2157 provides $19.1 billion in emergency relief to help areas impacted by natural disasters in 2018-19 and was passed by both the House and Senate with bipartisan support. Tom McClintock, our Congressional District 4 (CD-04) House Representative, stayed consistent with voting no on a bill that would potentially help millions of people. For more information …

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