San Joaquin Social Democrats

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San Joaquin Social Democrats
Leader Donovan Hunter
Founded September 11, 1983
Headquarters 144th Street, San Pablo, San Joaquin
Ideology Social democracy
Democratic socialism
Republicanism
Landonism
Political position Red flag waving.png Center-left to Left
National affiliation Social Democrats of Sierra
Official colors      Red
Provincial Senate
7 / 50
House of Assembly
18 / 110
K.S. Senate
0 / 3
K.S. House of Commons
0 / 20

The San Joaquin Social Democrats, also known as the San Joaquin Social Democratic Party and abbreviated as SJSD is the provincial affiliate of the Social Democrats of Sierra in the province of San Joaquin. The party's headquarters is in San Pablo.

The party was founded in 1983 and is one of the youngest active political parties in the province next to the San Joaquin Christian Democratic Party. The party gained its first legislative victory in 1998 when it won its first four seats in the House of Assembly and its first two seats in the Provincial Senate. Despite the party not holding any seats in the provincial delegation to both houses of the Parliament of Sierra, the party's base is one of the fastest growing in San Joaquin and is growing at a record rate. The party's base is made up of racial minorities, farmers, urban voters and many working class voters, the latter also aligns with the San Joaquin Democratic-Republican Party. As a result of their growth, the Social Democrats of San Joaquin are one of the largest chapters of the party in Sierra next to the Santa Clara Social Democratic Party and the Social Democratic Committee of San Francisco.

History[edit | edit source]

Formation[edit | edit source]

Early legislative gains[edit | edit source]

Modern era[edit | edit source]

Organization[edit | edit source]

Leadership[edit | edit source]

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Ideology[edit | edit source]

Elected officials[edit | edit source]

Provincial offices[edit | edit source]

Federal officeholders[edit | edit source]

  • None

Assembly members[edit | edit source]

Provincial Senate[edit | edit source]

  • Donovan Hunter: Senator of the 3rd District
  • George McConnell: Senator of the 7th District
  • Elena Chao: Senator of the 11th District

House of Assembly[edit | edit source]

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