Now until Feb. 20 is the public’s chance to push for a full review of the pipeline’s climate impacts. Here’s what to do.
Update 01/27/2017: An email on Thursday from Timothy Vail, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Military Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works), said public input is being accepted: “I assure you, Mr. Owen continues to accept comments at the present time.”
It’s been a tumultuous few days for anyone following the ongoing battle against the Dakota Access pipeline. Within the course of just over a week, the project’s backers tried to get a judge to cancel environmental review of the project, environmental review officially began, and, on Jan. 24, President Trump issued a memorandum calling for the Army Corps of Engineers to ditch the Environmental Impact Statement process and approve the pipeline.
Things look bleak, but it’s unclear whether Trump’s order will actually have any effect. Read More…
Breaking News!! See the message below – we are humbled and honored to accept the dinner invitation!
Feb 8th, 2017 32nd District Democrats Meeting
6pm – Dinner curtesy of our Latino Community partners
6:30- Open Mic – welcome to organizing groups
7PM – Becoming and Citizen Activist with Nick Licata
The Latino community would like to attend the first part of your meeting to personally thank the Democrats during these trying times.
We would like to donate a full hot Latin American dinner for 120-150 people.
All the donations will go to the 32nd and we may collect more money this way than with raffles.
This is how Cesar Chavez funded his movement
We can start serving dinner at 6:00.
I would also like 5 mins to address the collective.
If this works, we can do it every month. It is a good fundraiser and great for getting to know us better.
Rosamaria GrazianiComing up: February 8th, 2017 Wednesday
Special Guest Nick Licata – Becoming a Citizen Activist
Join us in welcoming former Seattle city councilmember Nick Licata when he comes to talk about his book Becoming a Citizen Activist: Stories, Strategies, and Advice for Changing Our World.
Licata, one of Seattle’s most effective leaders of political and social change since the 1960s, has written a smart and powerful book, explaining how to get organized, congregate power, and master the tactics for change. Licata s observations on the intricacies of power will not only educate activist who wants to make a difference in today’s world, but will empower them through insightful tools such as effective communication methods.
Now is the time to make a difference.
2017 Legislative Agenda
A discussion and update on 2017 with our 32nd Legislative Action Committee – learn where to put your new skills on how to lobby in Olympia to work!
If you’d like to march with the 32nd Dems, we’ll be near the Earth banner in Judkins Park by 10 am. Look for the 32LD Banner. Plan to arrive early; organizers expect 50,000 people based upon online RSVPs.
Congratulations to the newly elected board of the 32nd Legislative District Democratic Organization. I am deeply honored to be chosen as the continuing chair and thrilled and excited by the wealth of experience, talent and passion reflected in our new board!
Presenting the 2017-18
32nd District Democrats Executive Board and Committee Chairs elected 12.14.16
Precinct Committee Officers (PCO) are the lifeblood of the grassroots efforts of the Washington State Democrats. PCOs engage and organize their neighbors, they get out the vote to elect and keep good Democrats in office, and they vital to the efficient running of the Legislative District Democratic Organizations.
If you are unsure which precinct you are in you can use the precinct finder tools for King and Snohomish Counties and check the 32nd PCO list below.