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TUESDAY - SEPTEMBER 26 - Taco Tuesday With The Idaho Dems - 6:00 -8:00 pm. Caldwell Memorial Park - 619 Irving St, Caldwell. Join us for an event at Memorial Park in Caldwell September 26th from 6-8 p.m. Featuring guest speakers Kaylee Peterson, Candidate for United States Representative of Idaho's First District, and Jared DeLoof, Executive Director of the Idaho Democratic Party. Join us to socialize with fellow Democrats and learn about the difference we can make across Idaho, as well as how we are working to prepare for the 2024 elections. Tacos from a local vendor will be available for purchase to be enjoyed in the park. Ticket purchase includes entry, drinks, and 1 entry into a drawing for three possible prizes! Additional entries are available for purchase. Sign up Here.

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 information about the political process here in Idaho. Canyon County Democrats support:

  • A Quality Education for Every Idaho Student.

  • An Economy that Works for All.

  • Equity, Justice, and Opportunity for All.

  • Quality and Accessible Health Care for Every Idahoan.

  • Strengthening Democracy, Fighting Extremism, and Ending Corruption.

  • Protecting Our Natural Resources.


Upcoming Elections

2023 Election Dates: August 29 and November 7

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


Central Committee Meetings are in person at:  

7 pm, 4th Thursday of every month, County Admin Bldg, 111 N. 11th Ave Caldwell.  Meetings are also available online.


First Tuesday Social are in person only at 6 pm, 1st Tuesday of every month. In October we'll meet at Jalapenos, 1921 Caldwell Blvd, Nampa. 

Democrats speak out

Freedom Caucus forcing U.S. between a rock and a hard place 

Judy Ferro

Link to full article

Remember laughing at the polls that showed that Americans disliked Obamacare, but liked the Affordable Care Act? Millions of Americans were not aware that both names referred to the same program. We’ve a similar problem today. Polls indicate that 76% of voters like the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law making possible reconstruction of roads and bridges. And 72% are happy about the CHIPS and Science Act bringing the manufacture of semiconductors back to the U.S. and strengthening supply chains. Yet, the approval rating for President Joe Biden has been below 50% since September of 2021.


Rep. Lauren 


Republican supermajority increasingly hostile to girls and women

Idaho is home. It’s where many of us were raised and where we chose to raise our families. But as a mother of two daughters, I can no longer encourage them to settle here. This breaks my heart, but Idaho’s cruel laws deny their freedoms and put them at risk if they ever become pregnant. Countless families face the same gut-wrenching dilemma. Sadly, Idaho’s extreme abortion ban is just one example of the legislature’s growing hostility to girls and women. Roe v. Wade protected Idahoans from the most extreme positions of its Republican lawmakers. Once it was overturned, Idaho’s hardline abortion ban took effect. Not only does the law have near-unworkable exceptions for victims of rape and incest but it also allows the rapist’s family members to sue for cash awards if the victim receives an abortion. Terrifyingly, the ban has zero exceptions to protect the patient’s health and future fertility. 

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