The Placer County Democratic Party (PCDP) coordinates the party’s activities throughout the county, making endorsements, organizing events and directing resources to support local, state, and national candidates and initiatives. It is charged under state law with overseeing the Party’s local activities and campaigns and is duly chartered by the California Democratic Party.
The PCDP consists of members elected from each of the county’s Supervisorial Districts, as well as the Democratic nominees for Congress, State Senate, Assembly, and State Constitutional office.
PCDP members are elected every two years on the party’s primary ballot. Any interim vacancies are filled by appointment through a vote of the current membership.
The PCDP is also known as the Placer County Central Committee. The terms are interchangeable.
The PCDP meets the second Wednesday of every month at:
Placer County Democratic Headquarters
699 Washington Boulevard, Suite B-7
Roseville, CA 95678
Meetings begin at 6pm.