Culver City Democratic Club Votes on Endorsements for March Primary

It’s never too soon – at the last meeting of the Culver City Democratic Club on October 11, 2023, the club voted to endorse candidates for the upcoming California Primary in March.

On the first ballot, 90% of CCDC members voted to endorse Joe Biden for President. Over half chose Barbara Lee for Senate, with the remainder almost evenly divided between Adam Schiff and Katie Porter. President Joe Biden handily won support for a second term, with over 95% of the votes.

Over half of voters chose Representative Barbara Lee to replace the late Senator Diane Feinstein, but she did not reach the 60% threshold for endorsement on the first ballot. Representative Adam Schiff finished second, with a slight lead over Representative Katie Porter.

Lee won the endorsement in the runoff. She is also supported by Culver City’s Federal and State elected officials: Representative Sydney Kamlager, State Senator Lola Smallwood-Cuevas, and State Assembly Majority Leader Isaac Bryan, who are all members of the Culver City Democratic Club.

State and local endorsements will be determined in November and December; voters should look for the Club’s endorsement card to arrive alongside their mail-in ballot early next February.    

The Culver City Democratic Club is the city’s oldest and largest political organization, as well as its leading producer and publisher of political content. All registered Democrats are welcome and encouraged to join. Please visit to learn more.

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