HSDA Caucus System

Make Sure Your Voice is Represented at the National Level

Join an HSDA caucus!

What will a caucus do?

Caucuses will meet once every two weeks and programming will be determined by the caucus chair in conjunction with the membership of each caucus. Caucuses have blank checks to pursue whatever programming they want, from hosting discussions to taking action on behalf of a candidate; caucus members can decide what type of programming they want to undertake.

Which caucuses are there?

This year, we will be having:

  • Black Caucus
  • Women’s Caucus
  • LGBTQ+ Caucus
  • Latinx Caucus
  • Jewish Caucus
  • Asian/Pacific Islander Caucus
  • Rural Caucus
  • Muslim Caucus
  • Unity Caucus
  • Indigenous Peoples Caucus
  • First Generation Caucus
  • Red-State Caucus

If you are interested in joining any of these caucuses, you can fill out the form here. If you feel that you identify with a community that has not been represented in any of these caucuses, you can fill out the form here to express interest in creating a caucus that is relevant to your identity.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Diversity Director William Kimani at [email protected].

Welcome to CAHSD

Our Mission

From the suburban neighborhoods of Orange County to the bustling streets of San Francisco, we work tirelessly to support Democratic candidates and legislation.

Our Bylaws

CAHSD leadership consists of an Chair and Vice Chair elected annually, and an appointed Executive Board that works to conduct statewide initiatives and plan events.

Our Leadership

The Executive Board works to expand and promote the organization while also ensuring that all chapters and members are connected with opportunities to grow their political involvment.

Find a Chapter

Local chapters, located within individual high schools and communities across the country, make up the pulse of the High School Democrats of America as a whole.