About Us

The Los Alamos Democratic Party Meets the 2nd Monday of Every Month on the UNM-LA Campus, Building 5 or 6.

 

Minutes for the Monthly Meetings can be found HERE 

County Party Rules can be found HERE

Supplemental County Party Rules can be found HERE

 

County Party Officers         

   

  County Chair - Cat Ozment (info@losalamosdemocrats.org)

  County Vice-Chair - Tom McCrory

  County Treasurer - Leslie Hanson

  County Secretary - Rebecca Chaiken

   

Wards

  There are three Wards - A, B, and C

 

Ward A: Precincts 1-7

     Chair - David Schiferl (warda.daves@gmail.com)
     Vice- Chair - Tom Bowles

 

Ward B: Precincts 8,9, 17-21

     Chair - Neal Martin
     Vice-Chair - Tina DeYoe

 

Ward C: Precincts 10-16

     Chair - Kyle Wheeler
      Vice-Chair - Janice Trujillo
     

State Central Committee Members 

    

  Phil Gursky

  Whitney Holland

  Carrie Walker

  Tom Bowles

 

The Democratic County Central Committee (CCC) is the Party Leadership Team.  This team is comprised of four county-level officers and delegates representing the three Wards in Los Alamos County.  The number of delegates for each Ward is determined by Democratic voter turnout in the most recent election.

 

At the County Convention, held in odd-numbered years, the party elects Ward Delegates, party Chair and Vice-Chair, and State Central Committee (SCC) Members to serve two-year terms.  Wards first elect their representatives to the CCC, who then vote for party officers.  Each Ward has a Chair, Vice-Chair, and Delegates.  Outgoing party officers and certain elected officials also vote for the new party leadership.

 

The CCC elects the party Chair, Vice-Chair, and four additional members for the SCC.  According to state party rules, county-level officials and SCC must have gender parity.

 

 


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  • George Kyrala
    commented 2020-02-29 16:02:23 -0700
    Bad, I do not see any mention that any input from a Democrat has any input to these rules, or the election of any official.
    There is also no mention of who is a democrat, whether a registered democrat in the county where they live, or something else.
    Looks like a lot of rules that are making hard for democrats to have any input to the process.
    Why not email Democrats in the state, if they opt in, to get announcements. Not all people read the local papers.

    Thanks
    George Kyrala
  • Starlyn Brown
    published this page 2019-06-21 15:15:26 -0600