Sign up below to join a Caucus and pay your dues. You may use your personal credit card to pay membership dues (new and renewing memberships) to any and all CDP Caucuses listed below. You may also process your Caucus membership by paying with cash, check, or requesting a hardship waiver at individual Caucus meetings held at State Conventions and Executive Board meetings. Paying your dues online will help streamline the on-site meeting registration process. As per the vote at the Summer 2011 Executive Board meeting, the Executive Board added a per capita fee of $5 for general bookkeeping and reporting. This is included in the dues below. For more information on caucuses click here.
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Note - Any questions about caucus membership should be directed to the caucus chair. Caucus dues are non-refundable. From the list below, click on the plus sign (+) to see the different membership levels. Select both the Caucus(es) and the membership level, where appropriate, that you wish to purchase. You will receive a receipt of your paid membership(s) - Please keep this for your records.
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Contributions to the California Democratic Party (CDP) are not tax deductible. Your contribution will be used in connection with federal elections and is subject to the limitations and prohibitions of the Federal Election Campaign Act. Corporate and union contributions are acceptable under California law to be used in connection with nonfederal elections. California law permits contributions up to $34,000 per calendar year for use in supporting state elections. California law imposes no limit on contributions used for purposes other than supporting state candidates. Federal law requires political committees to use our best efforts to report the name, mailing address, occupation and employer for each individual whose contributions exceed $200 in a calendar year.