By laws of IMDC

BY LAWS OF THE INLAND MENDOCINO DEMOCRATIC CLUB ARTICLE I – NAME The name of this organization shall be the Inland Mendocino Democratic Club, hereinafter referred to as IMDC. The principle location of IMDC is the inland area of Mendocino County, California. These By Laws shall govern the organization, operation, and functions of the IMDC. […]

Endorsements Standing Rule 2022

The Executive Committee may place consideration of endorsement of candidates for public office before the membership. The membership may vote to direct the Executive Committee to place consideration of endorsement of candidates for public office before the membership of a subsequent meeting. Candidate Qualifications The IMDC shall limit endorsements to candidates seeking a local office […]

Chair Report 04-22

The Club What do we want the club to be? Discussion/redefine Networking – Be proactive. Establish personal contacts with people in: Civic groups SEIU & Labor Unions Political action groups Social groups Find out how to work with them to strengthen cooperation Elected Officials Invite them specifically to all events/forums They often have political groupies […]


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Whereas, the effort to recall Governor Newsom is a partisan power grab spearheaded by Donald Trump’s National Republican Party, the California Republican Party, and top Trump donors advocating to overturn fair elections, having already worked to delegitimize the American electoral process; and frivolously using California taxpayer dollars to fund this partisan ploy to derail the […]

IMDCPlan Plan-03-20

Shortcodes UltimateIMDC Strategic Planning ProjectIMDC GoalsAll of our projects must be focused in attaining these goalsIssue: IMDC has had only a vague focus on its vision and mission resulting in poor membership participation and little credibility in the county.Goal: develop a comprehensive planning process, structure, and plans and leaders to execute the plans for identified […]


ASSEMBLY BILL NO. 1400 Introduced by Assembly Members Kalra, Lee, and Santiago (Principal coauthors: Assembly Members Chiu and Ting) (Principal coauthors: Senators Gonzalez, McGuire, and Wiener) (Coauthors: Assembly Members Friedman, Kamlager, McCarty, Nazarian, Luz Rivas, and Wicks) (Coauthors: Senators Becker, Cortese, Laird, and Wieckowski) February 19, 2021 An act to add Title 23 (commencing with Section 100600) to […]

Website Requirements

Introduction Vision We are simply a small group of people with some shared ideals and beliefs in the context of Mendocino as a community, specifically concerning how this community can govern itself to the greatest benefit to the individual members of that community, and hence to the whole. Mission As a political party we seek […]


Inland Mendocino Democratic Club Strategic Planning Initiative Introduction Our club is uniquely positioned to rewrite narratives about major party politics and establish the Democratic presence in our community as capable and responsive. Strategic planning is the process whereby we determine who, what, when, where, why and how we bring the club to life. We also […]


Two-Year Strategic Plan Template Table of Contents Organizational Context 2 Our Values 2 Our Vision 2 Our Mission 2 S.W.O.T. Analysis 3 Local Context 4 Elected and Appointed Officials 4 Key Partnerships 4 Population Demographics 4 Voter Registration Analysis 4 Key Issues 4 Strategy & Tactics 5 Strategic Priorities – Goals 5 Tactics & Ownership […]