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California Volunteers

Sister District Sonoma County East

Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park, Cotati, Petaluma, Penngrove, Oakmont, Sonoma, Boyes Hot Springs, Eldridge, Glen Ellen, Kenwood, Sonoma, Napa

About our team

Sister District Sonoma East volunteers work with campaigns to help with fundraising, canvassing, writing postcards, textbanking, and phonebanking. 

Join Us! We're actively looking for volunteers to help organize phonebank parties and small-dollar fundraisers. And we love to have fun, too! Please shoot us an email if you're in the area and interested.

WE MADE A DIFFERENCE! Here's what we accomplished in 2020...

  • Phone Bank Calls Made: 7,569
  • Postcards Sent: 1,734
  • Funds Raised: $39,910.50 (direct donations $28K, matching $11K)

Upcoming Events



Sept 19 2-4 pm

Oakmont Central Activity Center

In lieu of our monthly chapter meeting, we're going to host a postcard party next Sunday from 2 - 4 p.m. at the Oakmont Central Activity Center, Room B. We hope you'll join us.


We'll have all the supplies as well as nibbles to share.


The address is 310 White Oak Dr. at the Central Activity Center Room B. Look for the CA Democrats sign outside the door. Click the link below for more details and to sign up! 



October 16th  from  6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Join us for a night of friendly poker to benefit our 2021 Sister District Candidates, Debra Gardner and Chris Hurst. Play will feature Texas Hold'em and Dealer's Choice tables. Betting ranges from $.25 - $1.00 with a three-raise limit.

Poker For Democracy · Sister District Sonoma County East


Beginners are welcome and are requested to attend an orientation promptly at 6 p.m.



Our team in action


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