Category: Newsletters

34th LD Democrats Endorsements

Just a FYI, the 34th LD Democrats gave a bunch of endorsements last night:  http://westseattleblog.com/2011/06/34th-district-democrats-election-endorsements-the-toplines

Elwha River Restoration

Larry Grubb and Jim Flynn took a visit to the Elwha River Dam this week.  They made a Youtube video of the experience.   From Jim:

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Newsletter – May 2011

The newsletter for May 2011 has been posted.  View it here:  2011_05_May

34th District Democrats host City Council candidates’ forum

From the West Seattle Blog:  http://westseattleblog.com/2011/05/video-34th-district-democrats-host-city-council-candidates-forum   Campaign season is under way. Two Seattle City Council candidates were at Tuesday night’sAdmiral Neighborhood Association meeting – Position 1 candidate Michael Taylor-Judd and Position 9 candidate Dian Ferguson – and last night, one dozen candidates appeared before our area’s biggest political organization, the 34th District Democrats. Our video shows …

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Dian Ferguson’s website is live!

Dian Ferguson is running for Seattle City Council, position 9.  Her campaign website just went live.  Check it out here:  http://dianferguson.com/ She is running against incumbent Sally Clark (http://electsallyclark.com/)

Senator Margarita Prentice Newsletter – 5/6/2011

Dear Friends and Neighbors: The second week of “Special Session” is almost complete.  Some good bills have passed and sent to the Governor.  Others are still being debated, reworked and the budget discussions continue. Robo calls and e-mails are still challenging the voice and e-mail systems. The most popular issues in random order are: foreclosure …

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2012 Delegate Selection Plan

Yesterday, the WSDCC passed the 2012 Caucus Plan. Here are the relevant information that everyone should know. Although we will possibly be in new districts in 2012, the plan will use the current districts. So, if you reside in the 1st CD today, but in the 10th in 2012, you will still caucus with the …

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News from Congressman Adam Smith

For those of you in the 9th Congressional District part of the 11th LD: Smith Supports Access to Healthcare With the passage of the budget following extensive negotiations, disagreements over access to healthcare continue to be a sticking point in the House of Representatives. Following a vote on the budget, the House took up two …

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April General Meeting Summary

The April meeting is over and it was another exciting event.  

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Senator Margarita Prentice Newsletter – 4/15/2011

From Senator Prentice: Happy Spring, Daylight Savings time, and April Fools’ day! April 1st means there are 23 constitutional days remaining in the regular 2011 session.  The recent budget forecast predicts continued  declining revenues – $800 million less than expected – so the hardest work is still ahead.  You can try out your ideas to …

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Newsletter – April 2011

The newsletter for April 2011 has been posted.  View it here:  2011_04_April

House Democratic Caucus

Zack Hudgins created a great video about what it means to be a representative:  

April E-board meeting

A correction:  I had the e-board meeting listed as April 4th.  The meeting is actually April 7th.  Sorry about that.

Washington State Republicans Vote Against Nuclear Safety

From the Slog: http://slog.thestranger.com/slog/archives/2011/03/25/washington-state-republicans-vote-against-nuclear-safety Yet another good reason to get replace Dave Reichert in the 11th LD. Fresh off their votes against funding for a tsunami warning center that serves the entire West Coast, our state’s four Republican House members recently voted for budget cuts that could make it harder to respond to nuclear mishaps. …

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SCAN Director (Dian Ferguson) to Challenge Clark

Also announced at the meeting last night:  http://publicola.com/2011/03/16/scan-director-to-challenge-clark/ At the 11th District Democrats’ meeting last night, Seattle Community Access Network director Dian Ferguson announced that she planned to run for city council against incumbent Sally Clark.  

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