Category: Featured

Patty Kuderer provides 2016 Legislative Session Recap (video link)

Patty Kuderer, state representative for the our neighbors in the 48th Legislative District, recently presented an “end-of-session” recap of the 2016 Washington state legislative session to members of Bellevue City Council. You can view the video within her post on the Washington House Democrats website by clicking the image below: Topics discussed include education, I-405, public records requests and police body cams, among others. In addition, she’s posted a legislative session report which you can review HERE. Thanks to our own Ken Albinger for forwarding the links, allowing our Democratic members of the 45th to stay up-to-date on what’s happening in...

AGENDA: May 4th General Meeting

Download the Agenda: Agenda_MonthlyGeneral_May4th2016 Meeting Location/Details The 45th District Democrats will host our monthly General Meeting this coming Wednesday, May 4th, beginning at 7:00pm in the Old Redmond Schoolhouse. For details on location and directions, please click the link above. Our agenda is listed below; a PDF version can be downloaded and printed using the Download link at the top of this page. Highlights of this month’s meeting include: Please join us for our monthly General Meeting. Highlights this month include: Updates from state representatives Roger Goodman and Larry Springer Introductions to several candidates running for office in 2016 Updates/Votes on...

45th District Democrats overwhelmingly approve resolution calling for a presidential primary

Today, at the 45th District Democrats’ 2016 Caucus, the party, by a near unanimous margin, voted to adopt the following resolution calling on the Washington State Democratic Central Committee (WSDCC) to incorporate a presidential primary into future Delegate Selection and Affirmative Action Plans. The results of the primary would determine how many delegates each candidate would receive to the National Convention. Caucuses could still be held to choose those individuals who would represent the candidates at the National Convention, approve platforms and resolutions, and allow Democratic activists to meet their neighbors. The text of the adopted resolution is as follows. ...