Democratic Televison

The Santa Clara County Democratic Party produces "Democratic TV," which airs on Public Access TV channels around the County.

Our most recent shows are available on our YouTube Channel. To see the descriptions of these shows, go to the index below. You can also download these shows older shows in formats for Windows Media Player or Real Player.

  • August 2014 Democratic Television - Paul Fong

    Host Steve Preminger speaks with Assemblymember Paul Fong of District 28, about his campaign for seat #1 on the San Jose City Council, his earlier experiences and thoughts on local politics, and who were his mentors.

  • May 2014 Democratic Television - Margaret Okuzumi

    Steve Preminger speaks with Margaret Okuzumi, a community activist from Sunnyvale, California and the 2014 County Democratic Volunteer of the Year, about her interests and pursuit of improving her community.

  • March 2014 Democratic Television - Donald Rocha

    Steve Preminger speaks with Donald Rocha, San Jose City Councilperson and candidate for re-election this June about the city, his earlier years, and his thoughts about the issues affecting San Jose.

  • February 2014 Democratic Television - Evan Low

    Steve Preminger speaks with Evan Low, city council member and former mayor of Campbell, California, and candidate for Assembly District #28, about his background, what drives his participation in politics, and his outlook for the future.

  • January 2014 Democratic Television - Esha Menon

    Steve Preminger speaks with Esha Menon, a researcher for Working Parnerships USA, a Santa Clara county organization which does both research into issues facing our community as well as advocacy based on this research to make things better.

  • December 2013 Democratic Television - Mary Kay Magistad

    Steve Preminger speaks with Mary Kay Magistad, former foreign correspondent for Public Radio International's 'The World' about her background, about how and why she became a foreign reporter, and the book she's writing.

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