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Our Mission
“Serving the 88,000 Democrats Living on the West Side”

Democrats Care!

We encourage and support candidates who will work for the good of everyone in our community. We believe in a government that is truly “of the people, by the people, and for the people”…not just for corporations, Wall Street, or the rich.

United By A Common Goal…

Social justice and human rights are more important than corporate profits. We seek to improve the quality of life for all of our residents through grass-roots support of candidates who listen and work to implement liberal programs and legislation.​

Get Involved…

Your candidates can’t win without your help. Canvassing, phone banking, word-of-mouth, volunteering, and donating are all ways to work together to achieve our common goals.

Why We Call Congress

This is an important reminder that all of us get to participate in our democracy. Only when we are silent, does our power diminish. These reps and senators work for us! Call them and make sure they know how you feel! – Indivisible Nob Hill

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Holiday Pot Luck Celebration
Tuesday, December 3
6:00 – 8:00 pm

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Join us for our annual holiday event
as we celebrate each other and the many accomplishments of the West Side Democrats in 2019. Don’t miss an opportunity to share in the festivities as we prepare to bring in the New Year with renewed energy and focus toward victory in November 2020!  Bring a dish!! 

Invite your friends and neighbors
to the
Holiday Potluck

Download, print, and share this invitation.

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News / Calls to Action / Editorials

Dear Donald Trump

On September 16, New Mexicans were met with a dichotomy of messages.  In Rio Rancho, Donald Trump rallied his base on another campaign stop, took credit for New Mexico’s oil and gas revenue, vowed to turn NM red in 2020,  and continued his message of division based on race. Hundreds…

Let’s break the record!

Since 2012, the U.S. has celebrated National Voter Registration Day on the fourth Tuesday of every September.  In 2018, the holiday fell on September 25 and the campaign aimed to register 300,000 people. Much to everyone’s surprise, more than 865,000 people registered to vote on the national holiday, exceeding all…

Voter Registration Update

WEST SIDE SUMMERFEST – Thanks to the 12 volunteers who helped out at both booths at Summerfest – a WSD booth and a voter registration booth. (Photo shows volunteers Camille Varoz, Sue Wolinsky and Diana Shea with Mayor Tim Keller at the booth.) We had 9 people sign up for…