Who We Are

Canyon County Democrats join with others across the state in working to see Idaho thrive.  We strive to create economic opportunities and good jobs, to make quality education accessible, and to protect the democratic process.  Our primary contribution is recruiting candidates who will work for voters and providing informationabout the political process here in Idaho.  

Central Committee Meetings (zoom link) or meet in person at:  

7 pm, 4th Tuesday, County Admin Bldg, 111 N. 11th Ave Caldwell. 


First Tuesday Social (in person only):    6 pm, 1st Tuesday, 2C Family Brewing, 1216 1st Ave S, Nampa


Upcoming Events

Our June Picnic -
To all of you who attended, contributed and volunteered

Thank you!

Photo by Chris Wethered

Next Committee Meeting: June 28
7 pm, 4th Tuesday, County Admin Bldg, 111 N. 11th Ave Caldwell


Upcoming Elections

2022 Election Dates:  August 30, November 8

The Canyon County Elections Office is at 1102 E. Chicago, St., Caldwell, ID 83605


Five candidates are running to represent Canyon County citizens in the state legislature. 

District 10 (Star/Middleton)

   Senate: Bob Solomon

District 11 (Caldwell)

    Senate: Toni Ferro

    House A: Rob Scoville

    House B: Marisela Pesina

District 23

    Senate: Mike Lose

See more on our Candidates' Page.  (under development)

Candidate Events

Support Bob Solomon!

Launch Party - Sat, July 16 at Roadside Park in Middleton 11-1 PM

More Events to care about!



Latinex Pride Fest!  June 30     6-9p

Hispanic Cultural Center of Idaho

315 Stampede Dr

Nampa, ID 83687


July 4 Caldwell Parade!

Our D11 Chair - Penny Neely - is organizing 2CDem participation.  City of Caldwell details here



For up-to-date picnic details, contact D11 Chair Penny Neely at:


Visit our events page for a full list of activities


Activist Spotlight


Blue Lady Speaks Out by Judy Ferro

  Latest: Roe v. Wade made a difference

One might think that, since the population of every district is now within five percent of 52,540, win numbers wouldn’t vary greatly from district to district...

But the number of registered voters in each district varies widely. Two Ada County districts do have over 30,000 registered voters, but Rexburg (D34) and Caldwell (D11) had just 16,700 and 17,100 prior to the primary election.

Views of other Democrats

Latest: The not-so-secret war on our public schools:  Terry Gilbert


Proponents of state funding for private schools say parents need more “choice” in education.  The truth is parents have many choices when it comes to education – neighborhood schools, magnet schools, charter schools, innovation schools. But the profiteers want to line their own pockets and slowly starve our public schools to death.

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Anthony Porto is the director of field operations for Canyon County. Contact him at porto.anthony@gmail.com.  

"I'm committed to expanding the Democratic outreach in Canyon County.   We are the second fastest growing county in the state with so much potential for new voters.  The Youth vote, the Latino vote, the Senior vote, and the Rural vote are all needed to win. I believe we can build a welcoming Democratic organization that looks towards the future, embraces our diversity and believes in human rights for everyone."

The Quality Education Act, sponsored by Reclaim Idaho, will be on Idaho ballots on Nov. 8. Idahoans will vote to decide if an addtional $300 million a year is raised for classroom resources.

Visit https://voteidaho.gov/ for general information and to register to vote, apply for an absentee ballot, or change party affiliation.