HB 1860 is on the Governor’s desk…
Good work, everyone. Our PCO bill passed the House 97 to 1, and is now awaiting the Governor’s signature.
****** Azziem The Dream *******
Born in Youngstown Ohio a family of ten. I moved to Seattle in the early 80’s. I’m hard working, dedicated, and committed to the Democratic principles and getting Democrats elected and President Barack Obama Reelected as President of the United States of America.
Organizations: I enjoy being involved with organizations such as B.I.G. (Blacks In Government), C.L.U.W. (Coalition of Labor Union Woman), CBTU (Coalition of Black Trade Unionist), GLBT (Gay Lesbian Bi-Sexual Transgender. Currently, I’m a Board member in the Stonewall Democrats and the Diversity Outreach Director.
Employment: At King County 24+ years as a Computer Operator Specialist, I’m the past Shop Steward and Key Member in good standings with TEAMSTERS. In 2006 & 2011 I was a National Delegate to the Teamsters Convention Representing over 14, 000 local Teamsters.
Community: I’m the past President of my Condominium Association for over eight terms, prior to that I’ve held other board positions. I enjoyed being involved in our community neighbor watch program. I’m dedicated to improving the quality and security of our community. Working with the sheriffs and others in the community I was able to assist in keeping our community safe from drugs and other hurt harm and danger.
But most of all, I enjoy being involved in the democratic process and being involved in the Democratic Party. I am currently the WSDCC. State Committeeman representing the 11th Legislative District 10+ years and 8th Congressional District Chair with a seat on the Washington State Democrats Executive board; Also I’m currently the Chair of the 11th Legislative District Democrats. Also, I’m the Washington State Democratic African American Caucus President and past co-chair of the W.S.D.C.C. Affirmative Action Committee. I also held board position in King County Democratic Central Committee K.C.D.C.C. where I chaired the Legislative Action Committee. One of my proudest moments was in 1998 when I won the Warren G. Magnuson Award for Committeeman of the year. In 2000 I ran for State Senate in the 5th LD (D) against the incumbent Dino Rossi and look forward to run for an Office again.