There are so many things you can do. We'll keep things simple. Bookmark this page, and come back often for what you can do NOW:


Save the Supreme Court -- Our position has been that Democrats must do more than just vote against a Trump pick, since they're in the minority and will lose that battle. To start, they must delay any vote until after the election. Click here for our action page.

Click here to see the many letters we sent to Senators in opposition to the Kavanaugh nomination.



• Flip the House from Red to Blue Actions -- stop in at our Westside Dem HQ or pick a local phone bank (Pac Pal, Santa Monica, Brentwood, Cuver City). Click here for the full scoop!


Gun-Control Reform Actions -- steps to make a difference -- act today.



COMPLETED ACTIONS -- thank you for your participation!

•  You said NO to AB 84 by calling Senate Elections Committee.

OPPOSE the State Senate's taking up AB 84. Stop corporations and wealthy interests from the power grab that allows them to circumvent campaign finance laws and amass power within our state legislature.

Update 8/15/18: AP article on passage of AB 84 out of committee

UPDATE 8/24/18: Ding dong, the bill is dead...

Congratulations to all who called -- it worked!


You supported AB 931 by calling your State Senator. According to the ACLU.
Police departments in California are some of the deadliest in the country. Police in Kern County, for example, have killed more people per capita than in any other county in the U.S. But many of these deaths could have been prevented if police were held to a higher standard that valued the preservation of life. Fortunately, Assemblymembers Shirley Weber (D-San Diego) and Kevin McCarty (D-Sacramento) introduced legislation to update California’s deadly use of force standard. Under AB 931, police would only be allowed to use deadly force if there were no reasonable alternatives available and if there was an imminent threat to the officer or another person’s safety.... AB 931 will save lives and get us one step closer to that.

This one didn't go our way, but we tried. Click here for more information




You can also volunteer directly with the Palisades Democratic Club. Learn more here.