Zoom Meeting

January 17th

2 to 4 pm

Guest Speaker



Diana Becton

Contra Costa County District Attorney

Monthly Meetings
Every 3rd Sunday 2 to 4

April 10th 

2 to 4

Guest Speaker
Brentwood Police Chief
Tom Hansen


Thank You

Tamisha Torres Walker





Executive Director Safe Return

for sharing the challenges of bringing racial justice to East Contra Costa County

Club Elections

January 17th 

President, Vice President,

Secretary and Treasurer

 Click here for 

Roles and Responsibilities 

if you would like to run,

click Here for

Intent to Run

Intent to Run forms are due

January 4, 2021

Thank You

Congressman Jerry McNerney 

for sharing your insight into our National Issues at our April Meeting and representing us so well 

Thank you

Lamar Thorpe

Antioch City Council 


sharing your insights into the

challenges of creating change in

East County

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Thank You

Victoria Adams

President East County NAACP

for being the guest speaker at our first online general meeting! Victoria spoke on the goals and issues of the NAACP at the national, state and local levels including the 2020 NAACP theme of unification and collaboration.  www.eastcountynaacp.com  Thanks to Monica Wilson, Antioch City Council Member for attending and being part of the conversation.

MCDC Endorsements

Jerry McNerney



Lamar Thorpe * Mayor

Tamisha Torres City Council Dist 1 

Tony Tiscareno  City Council Dist 2

Monica Wilson * City Council Dist 4

Ellie Householder Clerk

Antonio Hernandez AUSD Area 1 

Crystal Sawyer White AUSD Area 3


Karen Rarey Mayor 

Jovita Mendoza *City Council Dist 1

Susannah Meyer City Council Dist 3 

Thuy DaoJensen * BUSD 

Stephanie Williams-Rogers BUSD

Tamela Hawley LUSD

Yolanda  C. Mendrek LUSD


Conan Moats City Council

Oakley & Bethel Island

Angela Lowrey * Ironhouse Sanitary

Dawn Morrow * Ironhouse Sanitary

Contra Costa County

Benjamin Kellogg 

East CC Fire District

Antonio Martinez 

Contra Costa Water Board District 4

Fernando Sandoval *

Community College - Ward 5

* Marsh Creek Dem Member

COVID Vaccination

NO Appointment

April 15th to 25th

Ages 16 and older

Antioch Community Center

4703 Lone Tree Way   Open 9 to 4

Thank you Congressman McNerney for sponsoring 

Wildfire Preparedness Town Hall    


Donations Always Needed

Hijas Del Campo is a Contra Costa County grass roots organization that aims to help migrant and seasonal farmworkers improve their working conditions, health, and safety. Their goals are to ensure that every farm worker has access to legal and labor education. This is a way for us to create a world in which farming is not only a viable career, but also a way to preserve ancestral lands, heritage, and lifestyles.  MCDC Member Marivel Mendoza-Matheu,  is a Founding member.  

There are several ways to help them.

1. Amazaon Gift List for Farmworkers

2. Donations - Venmo - @HijasDelCampo2020

3.                   HDC 2021 Christmas Ornament


Starting March 8th

If you're running for office, thinking of running for office, or looking to strengthen your tools for helping campaigns, join us for our election training series!  Click HERE for more information.  

Congressman McNerney Canvasses NO on Recall

Marsh Creek Dems
Wrote 1800 + Postcards
Delivered 1000 Door Hangers
E-mailed 6000 Dems
Sent 1000 Texts

Encouraging Democratic Votes to Vote NO on Recall
Congrats to All Who Helped

Our February Speaker's Presentation
Homeless in Contra Cost County
Jaime  Jenette
Community Engagement Specialist