Our PartyOur local party is a vibrant community of progressive individuals who are committed to improving the lives of Mesa County citizens. Below is information about our local party leadership, as well as the committees which are so integral to the operations of our party.
Local Party Officers:
4th Vice Chair
1st Vice Chair
2nd Vice Chair
3rd Vice Chair
Local Party Committees:
Information coming soon. These committees are incredibly important to the operations of our local party. Each group has their own meetings and reports back to the party as a whole at the monthly meeting. If you’d like to join a committee, contact the chair whose contact information is included below.
We, the Mesa County Democrats of the State of Colorado, do establish this Plan of Organization and the Rules of the Mesa County Democratic Party of Colorado (the Rules) in order to elect Democrats to public office: and to enhance an understanding of the political process and of the Democratic Party among our members; provide an effective and representative party organization; sustain the human and constitutional rights of all persons; provide a mechanism for making our political institutions responsive and accountable to the aims and needs of our citizens; promote individual freedom in the framework of a just society and political freedom in the framework of a meaningful participation by all citizens.
Local Party History
Thanks to Gene Goffin for going through decades of data and compiling election results as well as the history of the Mesa County Democratic Party. His research begins: “The myth that Mesa County has always been a Republican county is nothing more than a myth. After 22 years with Republican control of the County Commission, a significant part of the younger population has seen nothing else, so it is understandable many believe Mesa County always has been Republican. An examination of a century’s worth of votes for County Commissioner show periods of dominance for either major party.”