Tagged: 2018 endorsements

2018 General Election Endorsements

Ballots will be delivered around Friday, October 19, and are due Tuesday, November 6, no later than 8 p.m. Starting with this year’s primary election, ballots are postage-free statewide! To vote in this election, register online or by mail by Monday, October 8 or register in person by Monday, October 29. Download a PDF of our endorsement guide. Federal Candidates US Senate: Maria Cantwell (D) US Representative, CD1: Suzan DelBene (D) US Representative, CD8: Kim Schrier (D) State Candidates State Senator, LD 45: Manka Dhingra (D) Representative, LD 45, Pos. 1: Roger Goodman (D) Representative, LD 45, Pos. 2: Larry Springer (D) County...

Manka Dhingra for State Senate, 45th LD (D): Strengthening Communities

Canvass for Manka

There are opportunities every weekend to canvass to re-elect Manka Dhingra (D), our champion in Olympia!

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Community BBQ

Food, democracy, and community bonding—what’s not to love?

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Door Knocking in Sammamish for Team Shannon

Come help us take Dr. Shannon Hader’s (D) message straight to the voters every Saturday in Sammamish. It’s a great way to be a part of Team Shannon!

Manka Dhingra event group photo with supporters.

Canvass Kickoff to Re-Elect State Senator Manka Dhingra (D)!

If you haven’t had a chance to see it, watch Manka’s powerful speech from the Families Belong Together rally, then RSVP for her canvassing kickoff so we can send her back to Olympia to keep up the good fight in 2019 and beyond. We’ve only got seven weeks to go until the August 7 primary election and with your help, we can contact voters and get the vote out! We’ll have snacks, water and clipboards for volunteers. RSVP here.

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Phone Banking for Team Shannon

The Shannon Hader (D) campaign needs your help to reach out to voters! Join Shannon for an evening of phone banking in Redmond at the Muslim Association of Puget Sound. It’s a great way to be a part of Team Shannon! 

2018 Primary Endorsements

Primary ballots will be delivered around Friday, July 20, and are due Tuesday, August 7, no later than 8 p.m. Starting with this year’s primary election, ballots are postage-free statewide! To vote in this election, register online or by mail by Monday, July 9 or register in person by Monday, July 30. Download a PDF copy of our endorsement guide.   Federal Candidates US Senate: Maria Cantwell (D) US Representative, CD1: Suzan DelBene (D) US Representative, CD8: Shannon Hader (D) State Candidates State Senator, LD 45: Manka Dhingra (D) Representative, LD 45, Pos. 1: Roger Goodman (D) Representative, LD 45, Pos. 2: Larry...

I-1600: Whole Washington Eastside volunteer kickoff

Meet other local universal healthcare activists, get signature gathering training and supplies, and brainstorm ways to fill petitions throughout May and June. Afterward, we’ll hit the streets and do our part to get universal healthcare on the ballot this fall. Learn more. 

General Meeting at Horace Mann Elementary School.

45th District Democrats General Meeting

The first Wednesday of every month, the 45th District Democrats meet to hear from candidates and elected officials, act on endorsement recommendations, discuss pending legislation and ballot measures, and conduct Democratic Party business.

45th District Democrats General Meeting

The first Wednesday of every month, the 45th District Democrats meet to hear from candidates and elected officials, act on endorsement recommendations, discuss pending legislation and ballot measures, and conduct Democratic Party business.

2018 February Special Election Endorsements

This February’s special election is all about school funding. There are multiple bonds and levies across all of the school districts that overlap our legislative district and we unanimously voted to endorse all of them. Even with last year’s McCleary fix, our schools are still underfunded. These measures help bridge the gap, funding essentials like special education, early learning and highly capable programs, school nurses, student computers, building new schools, athletic fields, and performing arts spaces, and more. Bonds require 60% approval with a minimum turnout threshold, so make sure your vote is counted! Click on the links below to find out about...