Alida Fisher donated 2024-01-08 15:28:42 -0800
Join the San Francisco District 11 Democratic Club
Continuing members can also pay dues to renew membership here.
You can join the S.F. District 11 Democratic club or renew your existing membership from this page. There are two types of membership, Regular and Associate. Membership, dues, and voting privileges are documented in full in the Club's Constitution and Bylaws. To become a member, follow these steps:
- Complete the online application form.
- Pay the appropriate dues as listed below, either by paying through this website (Paypal) or mailing your check to S.F. D11 Democratic Club, P.O. Box 12175, San Francisco, CA 94112
Dues: All members, Regular and Associate, shall pay the following dues per year:
- $20.00 for an individual;
- $25.00 for a couple;
- $10.00 for an individual who is 65 years or older or youth under 21 years of age.
- $15.00 for a couple, at least one of whom is 65 years or older.
Membership Term: The membership year is the same as the calendar year.
Regular membership is open to any residents of San Francisco Supervisorial District 11 who are registered Democrats according to the official registration in the published precinct files issued by the Registrar of Voters of San Francisco City & County.
Continuing Members are those regular members in good standing the prior calendar year.
Additional categories of Membership:
Youth Membership: Membership is open to any District 11 residents of at least 17 years of age who declare their intention to register as Democrats when eligible and do so within one month of attaining their 18th birthday.
Immigrant Membership: District 11 residents in the process of naturalization who declare their intentions to register as Democrats and do so within one month after attaining legal status, shall be eligible for membership in the Club.
Associate Membership: Non-voting membership is open to Registered Democrats who are not residents of District 11.
The District 11 Democratic Club is excited to host our picnic at the newly renovated Redwood Grove Group Picnic Area-West in McLaren Park. We will feature speakers from the labor movement, barbecue sandwiches, picnic games, party favors, raffle prizes, and most importantly, the opportunity to mingle in person with fellow S.F. District 11 Democratic Club members for the first time in more than a year and a half.
Join us on Monday, September 6! For more information and to RSVP, visit our Labor Day Picnic Page.
Because all SFDCCC-chartered democratic clubs have the opportunity to send delegates to the California Democratic Party’s (CADEM) pre-endorsement meeting. The SF District 11 Democratic Club has enough regular members to participate in any of the Democratic Party Pre-Endorsement Meetings. The CADEM requires all chartered clubs to include the following into their bylaws:
- A statement that defines: a member in good standing.
- A section that: explains how their club chooses their delegates to the CDP Pre-endorsement meetings. You can elect one delegate for every 20 members
- A statement stating that: their clubs will follow the CDP Code of Conduct
Alida Fisher published JUST ANNOUNCED - July Membership Meeting (Bylaws update) in Home 2021-07-03 12:56:03 -0700
****SEE BELOW FOR ZOOM LINK****Read more
Alida Fisher published SFD11 Dems Announce First Ever LABOR DAY PICNIC! in Home 2021-07-03 11:45:50 -0700
Thank you to everyone who attended Thursday's District 11 Democratic Club’s March Endorsement Meeting! Many of our passionate and engaged members spent for more than five hours at Henry’s Hunan to listen to candidates and representatives for the ballot measures, vote, and tabulate results. Our endorsements are as follows:
Alida Fisher published Join us for our March 2020 Endorsement Interviews in Home 2019-12-04 12:52:08 -0800
Saturday, December 7, 4-8PM at The Recovery Room (4528 Mission Street, cross Santa Rosa)
Join the SF D11 Democratic Club and the Latino Democratic Club this Saturday as we interview candidates in the March 2020 primary as well as representatives discussing ballot measures. Interviews will be joint for both clubs, but each Democratic Club will make their own recommendations to their respective memberships for a final vote at their January meetings. Members of each Club are welcome to observe. Votes and questions will come from the PACs and Executive Boards of each respective organization.