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Become a Leader
in the Salt Lake County Democratic Party


Our grassroots organizing begins at the precinct level, and our Legislative District Officers are charged with managing and coordinating those efforts in their house district. Also, the Legislative District Chair and Vice-Chair have additional roles in the County Party. Legislative District Officers are elected by Precinct Chairs and Vice-Chairs within each Legislative District (same as Utah House District).

We still have many positions open and available!



News 01.05.2015

Love: Scalise "extremely helpful."

KSL reports on Mia Love ducking questions on GOP house leader speaking to white supremacist group. [read more...]

Ethics Questions for Rep. Ivory.
Eric Ethington exposes some questionable practices in this Utah Political Capitol story. [read more...]

Mario Cuomo, Liberal Icon, Dies.
An inspiration for many Democrats, we mourn the loss of the poet laureate of the Democratic Party. [read more...]

How We Got Speaker Hughes.
Utah Policy offers this insight into how we ended up with House Speaker Greg Hughes. [read more...]

News 10.27.2014

Tribune Endorses Sim Gill.
The Salt Lake Tribune says Sim Gill deserves a second term as District Attorney. [Click to Read...]

Tribune Endorses Jenny Wilson.
The Salt Lake Tribune says return Jenny Wilson to the County Council. [read more...]

Doug Owens Ahead in BYU Poll.
Doug Owens has slight edge in recent BYU poll [read more...]

Close Legislative Races.
The Salt Lake Tribune profiles some legislative races to watch [read more...]


Chair Message 01.05.2015
New Year Resolve.
A Message from the Chair

With 2014 in our rearview mirror, Democrats now look down the road toward 2015 and 2016 ahead.

Together, we will start building our Democratic Party in 2015 and outline a winning strategy for 2016.

Much of this work will be done by a new Executive Committee whose officers will be elected at the 2015 Organizing Convention (April 11). Also elected at the Organizing Convention are Legislative District Officers and most County Caucus Officers. We will be announcing the filing process toward the end of January and will be posting it HERE.

Hopefully one of your New Year's resolutions was to get more involved and engaged in the Democratic Party. If so, we have plenty of opportunities to get involved.

January 10: The County Party's Outreach Committee (County Caucus leaders) will be hosting an advocacy training to prepare for the 2015 legislative session. Click HERE for details.

January 29: The County Party's Grassroots Committee will meet to prepare recommendations for the 2016 election to present to the next Executive Committee. Any Democrat can join the Grassroots Committee and you can find out more about all our County Party work groups HERE.

Of course, a great New Year's Resolution every Democrat should consider is joining the County's Blue Army. For just $5 or $10 each month, you can contribute to the County Party and build a stronger Democratic Party in Salt Lake County.

In any case, here's to a new year of resolve for Democrats! Moving Forward Together,
Richard Jaramillo, Chair
Salt Lake County Democratic Party