SCDCC Secretary Honored by Congressman John Garamendi

From the Vacaville Reporter:

Five Vacaville women recognized by Rep. John Garamendi

PUBLISHED: October 22, 2020 at 6:35 p.m. | UPDATED: October 23, 2020 at 8:57 a.m.

Rep. John Garamendi, D-Solano, honored 37 women from throughout the 3rd Congressional District, including five women from Vacaville, in a virtual ceremony Wednesday.

The event, now in its seventh year, honors women in Garamendi’s district who are nominated by their peers and considered to be “leaders and visionaries in their communities” who have “made significant contributions to society through public service, business, education, and local advocacy,” according to a press statement.

Jeanette Wylie, a former Travis Unified School District teacher who taught there for 22 years and served as Travis Unified Teachers Association president for eight. She has also served as a delegate to the California Teachers’ Association’s State Council and currently serves as a secretary to the Solano County Democratic Central Committee and president of the Congregational Steering Team at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church. Additionally, Wylie is a candidate for Vacaville City Council District 6.

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Member, Vacaville City Council (District 6)
Jeanette Wylie



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Solano Democrats Vote to Rescind Brown Endorsement

-- For Immediate Release --

Solano Democrats Vote to Rescind Brown Endorsement

Fairfield, CA – October 23, 2020 – The Solano County Democratic Central Committee voted to rescind the endorsement of Hakeem Brown for Mayor of Vallejo in the 2020 election following a Special Meeting on October 22. We thank all the members of the public for your input prior to the meeting.


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Thomas Bilbo
Information Resource Officer
p: 707-800-3609
e: [email protected]

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In Response to a Recent Article About Hakeem Brown

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In Response to a Recent Article About Hakeem Brown

Fairfield, CA – October 14, 2020 – “The Solano County Democratic Central Committee (SCDCC) does not condone any form of violence or abuse being perpetrated on one person by another,” said Marjorie Olson, SCDCC Chair said in reference to the Open Vallejo story that broke overnight about Vallejo Mayoral Candidate, Hakeem Brown’s instances of violence towards women.  “The revelation of this has taken us all aback and we are now working with the state party on what the next steps might be.”

Domestic violence/abuse is a tragic reality that many people face in the home and in an intimate relationship that is supposed to be loving.  On average, more than 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men in the US will experience rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner. 

If you are suffering from any form of this, the SCDCC urges you to call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1.800.799.SAFE (7233).  You can also find confidential resources online at

SCDCC will be keeping the Vallejo and Solano County community informed.


Press Contact
Thomas Bilbo
Information Resource Officer
M: 415-786-8157
[email protected]                           

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Solano Democrats Announce Endorsements

2020 General Election Endorsements Announced

--For Immediate Release--
September 3, 2020

The Solano County Democratic Central Committee (SCDCC) has formally endorsed candidates and ballot measures across the county in a wide range of races.

Over 40 candidates were invited to attend a Special Central Committee Endorsement meeting held on August 22, 2020, with 29 of the 35 committee members attending with the public watching via a livestream to the committee’s YouTube channel.  Endorsement of Ballot Measures were considered at the committee’s regular monthly meeting on August 26th.

“The 2020 Solano Democratic Endorsement Day was inspirational,” said Marjorie Olson, SCDCC Chair. “It was exhilarating to have so many qualified local Democrats step forward for elected office and come so that almost the entire committee could get to know them.”

At the Special Central Committee Meeting on August 22nd, candidates were asked questions about their responses to questionnaires and support for a number of topics and propositions and ballot measures coming before Solano County Voters.  The completed candidate questionnaires and video of the meeting are available for public viewing on the committee’s website at

Candidates that won endorsement by the Central Committee are as follows (More Info and Photos on our Endorsement Page)

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An Open Letter to the Louis Michael Campaign Team

August 24, 2020

Dear Mr. Michael and Mr. Fernandes,

Thank you for reaching out to us. The Solano County Central Committee extends a sincere apology to you, and to your entire campaign team, family and supporters for the thoughtless comments made by a few of our members following the recent interview with the committee. These stray comments do not reflect the core values of the Democratic Party. The committee members are extremely embarrassed about this incident. We appreciate your participation in our interview and endorsement process.  Mr. Michael performed admirably throughout the interview.

The Solano County Democratic Central Committee commends Mr. Michael for stepping forward as a Democratic candidate for office during these turbulent times. Mr. Michael’s goal to reach out to all Vallejo residents, especially those who feel marginalized and excluded from the political process is exactly what is needed right now. The Solano Democratic party is striving to achieve the goals so wonderfully expressed by Mr. Michael. We want to encourage candidates with a heart for the community and who genuinely care about the future of our cities.

The California Democratic Party has standards for behavior and a commitment to providing a welcoming environment for all associated with the party. The behavior on Saturday runs counter to our standards. The Solano County Democratic Central Committee will be instituting actions to be sure an incident like this does not happen again.

We will be posting the apology publicly on our web page and social media. Please accept our apology for the misconduct of a few of our members during the interview process on Saturday.


Margie Olson
Chair, Solano County Democratic Central Committee

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Solano Democrats Hold Endorsement Meeting

The Solano Democratic Central Committee will be holding it's endorsement meeting Saturday, April 22nd from 9 am until 4:45 pm.  The public is invited to tune watch our live stream of the event and conversations with candidates from across Solano County.  

To view the event, users can click here:

For this event, we will not be taking questions or comments from the audience.


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Solano Democrats Call for Mandatory Masks in Solano Couinty

The Executive Board of the Solano Democratic Central Committee has issued a resolution asking that the Solano County Health Officer, Board of Supervisors, Cities, and organizations/businesses mandate the wearing of masks in all public places.
#Covid19 #WearAMask #Coronavirus #SolanoStrong #SolanoDemocrats

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Solano Democrats Celebrate Pride Month



Solano Democratic Party
LGBTQ Pride Month, 2018


Whereas, forty-eight years ago, in June, 1969, a riot at a Manhattan gay bar, the Stonewall Inn, in retaliation to a police raid, precipitated the modern fight for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning/Queer (LGBTQ) rights, and

Whereas, because of acts of courage from those who demanded justice and from those who quietly pushed for progress, our Nation has made great strides in recognizing what these brave individuals long knew to be true in their hearts – that love is love and that no person should be judged by anything but the content of their character, and

Whereas, 2015’s landmark Supreme Court decision was a historic victory for LGBT Americans, guaranteeing marriage equality in all 50 States, ensuring dignity for same-sex couples and therefore all couples, and

Whereas, for every partnership that was not previously recognized under the law and for every American who was denied their basic civil rights, this monumental ruling instilled newfound hope, affirming the belief that we are all freer when we are all treated as equals, and

Whereas, despite this extraordinary progress, LGBTQ Americans still face discrimination simply for being who they are, and there remains much work to do to extend the promise of our country to every American, and

Whereas, in memory of the 49 victims of the 2016 Pulse Nightclub massacre in Orlando it is ever more important that we continue to push for equality, protections and acceptance of LGBTQ people everywhere, and

Whereas, 2018 is the 20 th Anniversary of the LGBTQ Community coming together to show our pride in Solano County through service, and support that builds our community with two different organizations, Solano Pride and the Vallejo Gay Network, and

Whereas, during Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning/Queer Pride Month, as we wave our flags of pride high and march boldly forward in parades and demonstrations, let us celebrate how far we have come and reaffirm our steadfast belief in the equal dignity of all Americans, and

Whereas, the Solano Democrats proudly stands with the LGBTQ community, and with all communities who struggle for basic rights, for acceptance, visibility, safety, acknowledgement, and equitability, in the quest for full equality under the law.

NOW, THEREFORE, be it resolved that, we the Solano Democratic Party do hereby proclaim June 2018 as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning/Queer Pride Month in Solano County.


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SCDCC Endorses Steve Gizzi for Judge



The Solano County Democratic Central Committee, the regional body of the Democratic Party, announces its endorsement of Steve Gizzi for Solano County Superior Court Judge, District 3.

The former vice-Mayor of Benicia and current Judge Pro-Tem for the Solano Superior Court, Gizzi is running to improve access and efficiency to the Superior Court. As a current Judge, Gizzi recognizes that the court's resources can be maximized to improve the service and reduce the stress that can be attained going through the system. Gizzi received a unanimous vote of support by members of the Democratic Central Committee.

“We are proud to endorse Steve Gizzi for Superior Court Judge for his decades of service to our community. We recognize his consistent support for Democratic policies, history of community service, and a wealth of judicial experience," said Brigette Hunley, Chairperson of Solano Democratic Party. "These are qualities in a judge that Solano families need. The Democratic Party proudly endorses Steve Gizzi for Superior Court Judge."

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Donate to Fire Relief

We are making supply runs every afternoon this week to help the Napa, Sonoma and Solano shelters. If you wish to donate supplies, you can leave them in boxes or bags on the porch at 2813 Iris Court in Fairfield or 225 Santa Cruz Drive in Fairfield.

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