Our mission is to build, promote and sustain Democratic values and ideals, including equal rights and equal opportunity for all people regardless of race, religion, ethnicity or sexual orientation.
The Democratic Central Committee of Shasta County (DCCSC) is a local affiliate of the California Democratic Party, and is composed of General Members, Ex-Officio Members, Alternate Members, and Associate Members.
The DCCSC has several chartered and ad-hoc clubs and committees that focus on the needs of local working families, expanding healthcare options, and addressing women’s issues, the environment and education.
We invite you to volunteer your time, donate to our local campaigns, and help us build a foundation for future electoral success.
1st Vice Chair
2nd Vice Chair
Joy O’Connell, Alternate
Madison Zimmerman, Alternate
DCCSC Committees and Clubs
The Budget Committee works with the Treasurer to create a yearly budget, recommend vendors, and provide oversight on campaign finance compliance.
Democratic Women and Friends
The DWC is a chartered club of the DCCSC. The club meets on the first Tuesday every month, location TBD. The club raises funds for local candidates and causes, registers voters, and provides volunteers for DCCSC public events.
The Elections Committee maintains a calendar of upcoming elections, including registration deadlines for both candidates and voters, and prepares reports on past elections for the general membership.
The Environmental Committee reviews legislation on water, forestry and wildlife that impact our region. The committee also provides support for local environmental groups.
The Fundraising committee works with the Secretary to plan and promote all fundraising events, and reports regularly to the general membership.
The Media Committee manages the DCCSC website and social media accounts, works with the Chair to distribute news releases, and produces shows for their YouTube Channel exploring issues with local candidates, officials and leaders.
PAGE: Political Action Grassroots Engagement
PAGE develops and coordinates all civil actions and events. The committee sponsors monthly issues forums, marches, rallies, and coordinated responses
The Resolutions Committee crafts public statements on issues of importance and consequence to our region, state, country, and planet. All Resolutions must be approved by a majority of members.