There is much to be thankful for coming out of the November 2nd general election, with 19 (and counting) of the 25 candidates that we endorsed being victorious. But there is much work ahead in 2022, as we work closely with our neighboring LDs through the ongoing redistricting process and prepare for the 2022 mid-term elections.
Author: Linda Jenkins
As summer fades and fall approaches, it can be easy to get dispirited by the litany of tough issues facing us. But take heart in the collective work at hand as we enter the home stretch in the November elections – so many great volunteer opportunities! – and make your voice heard in the once-a-decade redistricting process.
Gratitude for all of the work that lead to successful primary results for our 45th endorsed candidates, tempered with a realization of the tasks that remains to secure victories in the November General Election.
Let’s all do our part to honor Juneteenth by working in support of the 45th endorsed candidates and holding them accountable for the change we want to see.
Together we have made great strides this spring. Let’s stay focused and engaged as we move into summer primary season!
Let’s reflect on some endorsement issues from the May 24 meeting – and look ahead to the June 2 meeting.
The WA State Democrats have shared a fact sheet that enables us to be knowledgeable, answer shared stories with facts, and point citizens in the right Democratic direction for our country.
Top Ten items that made me pause and reflect as Chair of the 45th Dems (in no particular order).
A lot is happening in the 45th in the rest of April. Please make sure you’ve renewed your membership and are making your voice heard.
The Republicans and other right leaning organizations are working hard to make even deeper inroads into local, state, and national government. We need to be vigilant and active.
Play a role in holding our elected officials accountable to the policy goals of the 45th Democrats by getting involved with our Endorsements Committee.
I am cordially inviting you to our meeting on Wednesday, March 3rd where our King County Executive Dow Constantine will do a short presentation and then answer questions from the body.