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This is a public declaration of vacancy on the Marin County Central Committee for the Democratic Party. There is one (1) vacancy in the 3rd Supervisorial District. 

We encourage applications from any registered Democrat in the 3rd District who wishes to take an active role in a vibrant organization working to advance our party's principles and elect Democratic candidates.

On December 16, 2021, the Central Committee voted to call for applications to fill this vacancy by appointment. In order to be considered for appointment, you must be a registered voter in the Democratic Party, and you must reside within the 3rd Supervisorial District. For reference, the County Supervisor for the 3rd District is Stephanie Moulton-Peters. A map can be found at the county website: 

To apply, send a letter expressing your interest and describing your qualifications to the address listed below, or send an email with the same information to

Applications must be received by 8:00 AM  January 15, 2022. A committee of the current members representing the 3rd District will conduct interviews and make a recommendation, which will be considered by the entire Central Committee.

Requests for more information about the process may also be sent to the email address listed in this notice. We look forward to hearing from you.

If mailing your application, please send to:

Marin Democratic Party
PO Box 683
Fairfax, CA 94978





2021 Noah Griffin photo2- Tiburon Town Council Spec Election

Town of Tiburon

Town Council Special Election
November 2, 2021
Noah Griffin

Noah Griffin’s career in public affairs promises a way forward for Tiburon. His years of leadership and experience provide unparalleled opportunities for the expansion of diversity and inclusion in governance. His father’s work as a civil rights leader inspired his interest in public affairs and while in high school, Noah was named Youth Mayor of San Francisco and shadowed then Mayor George Christopher.  Following his graduation from Harvard Law School, Noah was appointed by former Mayor Alioto to his Council on Criminal Justice reform. Noah later served as Legislative Aide to then Supervisor Dianne Feinstein and Press Secretary to former Mayor Frank Jordan. During President Clinton’s reelection campaign, he served as the California Statewide Deputy Political Director and helped elected officials communicate with the African American voter base.