The Grassroots of the Party

The SLO County Democratic Party organizes and supports Democratic Clubs throughout the county, and the clubs in turn support the party with activities and events. Local clubs are a great way to meet people and get involved! Following is a list of SLO County Chartered Democratic Clubs with representatives on the SLOCDP – find a club located near you and get involved! For more detailed information on upcoming meetings and events, please visit our Events Calendar.

Atascadero Democratic Club

Meeting: 3rd Thursday of month
Time: 6:30pm
Location: Atascadero Library upstairs
6555 Capistrano Ave
Phone: 805-434-0270

Democrats of SLO Club

Democrats of San Luis Obispo is a chartered Democratic Club of the SLO County Democratic Party. Our Mission is to foster, promote, and elect candidates of the Democratic party, and to amplify and cultivate Democratic voices and values in local, state and national politics.
Meeting: 2nd Monday of every month
Time: 5:30 PM
Location: IBEW Local 639, 6363 Edna Road, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

Paso Robles Democratic Club

Meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of the month at the Centennial Park White Room, 600 Nickerson Drive, Paso Robles

Club phone: 805-769-4847

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South County Democratic Club

Meeting: 1st Wednesday of month at 6:50pm
Location: Grover Beach Community Center
Phone: (805) 459-4995

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Cal Poly Dems

Contact to join and/or for updated meeting information

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El Moro Democratic Club

Meeting: 3rd Tuesday of month at 7pm
Location: Round Table Pizza

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SLO County Progressives Democratic Club

Meeting: Quarterly Meetings, See Website Below
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: SLO Guild Hall (The Grange) 2880 Broad St., SLO
Phone: 805-538-1830

Stonewall Democrats of SLO


California Democratic Council

The CDC is the official organization of grassroots Democratic clubs in California. CDC membership is open to any Democratic Club affiliated with its County Central Committee. Assembly District Committees and Democratic Central Committees are also eligible to send representatives. A bottom-up organization, CDC sets its policy by vote of delegates to its open Annual Convention and its State Board meetings. Members of CDC-affiliated clubs may join statewide e-mail discussion groups and are also invited to lobby the State Legislature during the annual Lobby Day. You can learn more about the California Democratic Council on their website.