We seek to inspire, educate, activate, and recruit citizens of Denver to elect Democratic candidates who support our core Democratic values and principles.

1
Who are the Denver Dems?

We create and develop strong, dynamic, active communities, and leaders who champion and foster our core Democratic principles.

Links:
Denver Young Democrats (DYD)
DPoD Platform

2
WHO LEADS THE COUNTY PARTY? 

Party Chair: Michael P. Cerbo
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Vice Chair: James Reyes
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Secretary Russell Johnson
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Treasurer Kenneth Hermann
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3
How are we organized?

The Democratic Party of Denver (DPoD) is organized to allow for those at every level to have a voice and provide input.  The party has several standing committees and we encourage representation from each sub-district.

Links:
A Year In the Life of a PCP
Denver Maps
DPoD Rules

4
Who have we elected?

Denver has elected lots of great Democrats over the years. In 2004, the Democrats won control of the Colorado House of Representative and Colorado Senate for the first time in decades and took over the U.S. Senate seat by electing Ken Salazar. In 2006, we extended Democratic gains to the Governor's Mansion by electing a Democratic Governor, Lt. Governor, and Treasurer.

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Our Leadership Team

James Reyes

Vice Chair

James studied linguistics at CU Boulder and has worked in digital advertising and the online video industry for over 15 years at companies lik

Russell Johnson

Secretary

Russ Johnson is a first-generation Colorado Native who grew up in Greeley and moved to Denver in the early 90s, right as Amendment 2 was in th

Ken Hermann

Treasurer

Ken is in his second term as Treasurer, having served from 2003 to 2005.

Abe Kaul

Assistant Secretary

Abe was born in Chicago, lived in Miami for a while, before moving to Seattle when he was 11.

Cathy Bajcsi

Assistant Treasurer

Cathy Bajcsi is a retired tailor, a granny, a gardener and a dedicated Democrat.