Washington State Democratic Central Committee highlights

Caucus training at Washington State Democratic Central Committee. PHOTOS BY TARA NELSON

Caucus training at Washington State Democratic Central Committee. PHOTOS BY TARA NELSON

MAKE YOUR VOTE COUNT! CAUCUS ON MARCH 26!

First and foremost there was a lot of discussion about caucusing––what it is, how to do it, and how to use the momentum of a presidential election year to boost membership and fundraise. The Washington State Democrats offers a convenient sign-up form to alert you when precinct locations are announced. COMMIT TO CAUCUS HERE!

The Whatcom Democrats have also announced caucus precinct locations (here) and will also be hosting a training event for PCO leaders on February 4

Still confused about what caucusing is? Don't worry, The LA Times recently published a helpful video that explains the process with gummy bears:

OTHER HIGHLIGHTS

The Lt. Governor debate hosted by Carin Chase of the 32nd Democrats was one of the highlights of the weekend with an all-star line-up of progressive powerhouses. 

Sen. Cyrus Habib (D-Kirkland) 

Sen. Cyrus Habib (D-Kirkland) 

Sen. Karen Fraser (D-Olympia) 

Sen. Karen Fraser (D-Olympia) 

Rep. Jim Moeller (D-Vancouver)  

Rep. Jim Moeller (D-Vancouver)  

DNC WOMAN LONA WILBUR STEPS DOWN

40th District member Lona Wilbur was also recognized for her many years of service as Washington DNC woman. She will step down in July and will be replaced by Nancy Monicelli of Walla Walla. 

DNC woman Lona Wilbur  

DNC woman Lona Wilbur  

GOOD OF THE ORDER

Young Democrats chair Lynda Foster gave a powerful and moving speech about the importance of getting young people, women, and people of color involved in Democratic politics.  

Young Dems chair Lynda Foster  

Young Dems chair Lynda Foster  

And of course we helped put the Party back in politics...

At the Tacos Guaymas hospitality event. 

At the Tacos Guaymas hospitality event. 

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Pictures with Hillary.

Pictures with Hillary.

Washington State Superintendent candidate Erin Jones.

Washington State Superintendent candidate Erin Jones.