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Are you interested in getting more involved in politics? Do you want to make a difference in the community you live in? Do you want to stand up for what you believe in, but have been frustrated by a complicated political and elections process? We know how you feel and can help.

The Pomona Valley Democratic Club is an organization with the purpose of providing resources to politically empower Pomona Valley people. We provide information and insight into the political landscape in the Pomona Valley.

Become a voting member:

To become a full member of the organization the membership dues are $15 per calendar year. You can pay via a check, please remit your application to our membership chair [email protected] and payment to the address below:

101 West Mission Blvd.
#110-101
Pomona, CA 91766

With membership you have the right to vote on all endorsements and club elections. Help shape the future of this club and the Democratic Party. Membership is open to any registered democrat.

To become a full member of the organization the membership dues are as follows per calendar year.

*   $50 for Sponsorship
*   $25 for Household Membership
*   $15 for Individual Membership
*   $05 for Limited Income Membership

The period of membership is from January first to the following January first.  Dues for any new membership added after October first will continue through the following year.  The Executive Board may propose special classes of annual dues to the membership for approval.

You can pay via a check, please remit your application to our membership chair [email protected] and payment to the address below. With membership you have the right to vote on all endorsements and club elections. Help shape the future of this club and the Democratic Party. Membership is open to any registered democrat.

Goverment Websites

  • The White House
Codewords of Hate ADL’s Stacy Burdett discusses how some media commentators, pundits and others have fueled the scapegoating and demonizing of immigrants, and particularly Hispanics, as part of the national debate over immigration reform. Codewords of Hate
ADL’s Stacy Burdett discusses how some media commentators, pundits and others have fueled the scapegoating and demonizing of immigrants, and particularly Hispanics, as part of the national debate over immigration reform.

Goverment Websites

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