April 12, 2017 32nd Monthly Meeting

Coming up:   April 12th, 2017 Wednesday

Masonic Hall Shoreline, 753 N 185th St, Shoreline
Directions (GoogleMaps)

Breaking News – Dinner and Movie!
Ready for secure, affordable, and comprehensive health care coverage for all?

Come to the screening of the new documentary “Now is the Time” and panel discussion including a perspective on Senior issues with 32nd Senior Opportunity Committee Chair Birgit Ages.
See the message below – we are humbled and honored to once again accept the dinner invitation!

April 12th, 2017 
6pm – Dinner curtesy of our Latino Community partners –     Vegetarian Lasagna night ($10 donation suggested proceeds to fund the Resistance)
6:30– Open Mic – welcome to organizing groups
7PM – Movie screening – “Now is the Time”
trailer here – https://edvideoplus.vhx.tv/packages/now-is-the-time-condensed-35-minutes-download/videos/ntt-trailer-10-29-16
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Dear friends,
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 Vegetarian Lasagna 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.
Warmest regards,
Rosamaria Graziani

Carin Chase
Chair
www.32democrats.org

Agenda

6:30PM Sign-in, Set-up, Socialize

6:35PM NEW – open mic – 3 minutes each!   

7:00PM Meeting Called to Order
Pledge

Elected Officials and Candidates Recognized

7:10 PM Now is the Time – screening followed by panel discussion

8:15 PM Break – Raffle!! 

8:20 PM 32nd Business Meeting

  • Committee Reports
    • Bylaws Presentation and Adoption consideration
    • Committee Updates and Reports
    • Resolution: 
  • New Business
  • Good of the Order
  • 9:15 PM Adjourn

Chairs and Tables put away

32nd District Telephone Town Hall Thursday, March 30 @ 6:00 PM

32nd District Telephone Town Hall Thursday, March 30 @ 6:00 PM

32nd District Telephone Town Hall Thursday, March 30 @ 6:00 PM

Who – 32nd Legislative District legislators: Rep. Ruth Kagi and Rep. Cindy Ryu.

What – Telephone town hall meeting.

When – 6:00 – 7:00 PM Thursday, March 30, 2017.

Where – Calls will go out to thousands of homes throughout the 32nd legislative district. Residents will be able to listen live and speak with their lawmakers.  Those who do not receive a call can participate by dialing 877-229-8493 and using ID Code 116285.

Alternatively, the telephone town hall can be live-streamed:

http://video.teleforumonline.com/video/streaming.php?client=16285

Or people can sign up to reserve a line:

https://vekeo.com/whdc32/

Why – To provide constituents with the opportunity to ask questions on issues ranging from education funding, healthcare and public safety to transportation, the economy and the state budgets.

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For interviews or more information:
Rep. Ruth Kagi, 360-786-7910 or ruth.kagi@leg.wa.gov
Rep. Cindy Ryu, 360-786-7880 or cindy.ryu@leg.wa.gov

Staff: Yoshi Kumara, 360-786-7221 or yoshi.kumara@leg.wa.gov

For TV/radio interviews or broadcast-quality audio:

Broadcast Coordinator Dan Frizzell at dan.frizzell@leg.wa.gov or (360) 786-7208.

 

Education Funding Forum Saturday 3/11 Shoreline 9:30-11:00

Saturday, March 11     

Shoreline
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. 
Shoreline Conference Center—Shoreline Room
18560 1st Ave NE, Shoreline, WA 98155

Legislators from the 21st and 32nd Legislative Districts
Sponsored by Edmonds Education Association and
Shoreline Education Association

Take Action for Public Education!

Three easy actions you can take right now to prevent DeVos-style education proposals from coming to Washington state 

1) Send a message!

To your legislators to support Governor Jay Inslee’s education budget and oppose the Senate Republicans’ reckless and punitive proposal. Click here for more information. 

2) Attend an education funding forum in your community

Education is a civil right, defined as the state’s paramount duty under Washington’s constitution, and affirmed by our state Supreme Court in the McCleary case. Time is running out to meet the McCleary promise. Join us in welcoming local area legislators in a conversation to support our students and our public schools.

Many of these events are organized by local WEA members, and parents from Washington’s Paramount Duty, unless otherwise noted. All students, parents and public school supporters are invited. See the list below;

3) Can’t attend in person? Join the Social Media Town Hall

It’s easy – all you need to do is add a post on your Facebook, Instagram or Twitter account that says:

I support Governor Inslee’s education budget. It is the only one that meets the McCleary Promise for students & educators. #waleg #waedu

Post this weekend (March 10 – 12) for maximum impact and encourage your friends to do so too. If you include a picture, make sure to wear red for public education! 

Community Meetings and Town Hall

 

Saturday, March 11     

Shoreline
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. 
Shoreline Center
18560 1st Ave NE, Shoreline, WA 98155

Bothell
9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. 
Northcreek High School
3613 191st Pl SE, Bothell, WA 98012

Seattle 
1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Seattle First Baptist Church – Legislator Hosted Town Hall
1111 Harvard Ave, Seattle WA 98122
People are encouraged to meet at 12:30 for a pre-meeting education rally 

10 a.m. to Noon
Rainier Beach Community Center – Legislator Hosted Town Hall
8825 Rainier Ave., S., Seattle WA 98118
People are encouraged to meet at 9:30 for a pre-meeting education rally

11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Erickson Lodge – Legislator Hosted Town Hall
2245 NW 57th St. Seattle WA 98107
People are encouraged to meet at 10:30 for a pre-meeting education rally

Spokane
9:30 a.m to 11:00 a.m.
Washington Cracker Building – Legislator Hosted Town Hall 
304 W. Pacific, Spokane WA 99201 

Bellevue
1 p.m. to 3 p.m. 
Tyee Middle School
13630 SE Allen Rd., Bellevue, WA 98006

Bainbridge Island 
1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. 
Council Chambers – Legislator Hosted Town Hall
280 Madison Ave. N., Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Bremerton 
9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. 
Eagle’s Nest  – Legislator Hosted Town Hall
1195 Fairgrounds Rd NW, Bremerton, WA 98311 

Tacoma
10 a.m. to Noon
Evergreen Tacoma Campus – Legislator Hosted Town Hall
1210 6th Ave, Tacoma, WA 98405

Centralia
10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. 
Centralia College, Walton Science Building, Room 121
600 Centralia College Blvd, Centralia, WA 98531

Vancouver  
10 a.m. to Noon
Roosevelt Elementary Commons
2921 Falk Road, Vancouver, WA 98661 

Yakima 
10 a.m. to Noon
East Valley Elementary
1951 Beaudry Road, Yakima

TriCities 
10 a.m. to Noon
ARC of TriCities – Legislator Hosted Town Hall 
1455 Fowler St, Richland, WA 99352

1 p.m. to 2 p.m. 
WEA Southeast Office
7403 W Grandrigde Blvd.
Kennewick WA 99336

Ephrata 
10 a.m. to noon 
Pita Pit – “grade in” event
28 Basin St. NW, Ephrata, WA 98823 

Sunday, March 12

Steilacoom
4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Steilacoom Town Hall – Legislator Hosted Town Hall 
1717 Lafayette St, Steilacoom, WA 98388

Saturday, March 18

Kent
11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Golden Steer Restaurant – Legislator Hosted Town Hall 
23826 104th Ave. SE, Kent, WA 

Tacoma 
10 a.m. to 11 a.m.     
Franklin Pierce Early Learning Center
12223 A St. S, Tacoma, WA  98444

 

Monday, March 20

Auburn  
5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 
Auburn Performing Arts Center
702 4th St NE, Auburn, WA 98002

Senator Maralyn Chase to host town hall meetings Saturday 3/18

Sen. Maralyn Chase to host town hall meetings

Sen. Maralyn Chase, D-Edmonds, will host two town hall meetings on Saturday, March 18. The first meeting will be from 10 to noon at the Mountlake Terrace Senior Center and the second will be from 1:30 to 3:30 at the Lynnwood Fire Department. Sen. Chase looks forward to speaking with constituents of the 32nd Legislative District at both events.

WHO: Sen. Maralyn Chase

WHAT: Town Hall Meeting

WHEN/WHERE: Saturday March 18, 2017

10:00 AM- 12:00 PM

Mountlake Terrace Senior Center

23000 Lakeview Drive, Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043

1:30 PM- 3:30 PM

Lynnwood Fire Department

18800 44th Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98036

WHY: To provide an opportunity for 32nd Legislative District Constituents to receive a legislative update and talk with Sen. Chase.

 

2017 Early Election Endorsements

Congratulations to all of the candidates who received an early endorsement from the 32nd Legislative District Democrats


STATE
COURT OF APPEALS
  Division 1, District 1
     JUDGE POSITION 5  David S. Mann

KING COUNTY
     SHERIFF John Urquhart
SHORELINE CITY COUNCIL
     COUNCIL POSITION 7 Chris Roberts
SNOHOMISH COUNTY
EDMONDS
     COUNCIL POSITION #1 Joshua Thompson
     COUNCIL POSITION #2 Mike Nelson
     COUNCIL POSITION #3 Adrienne Fraley-Monillas
     EDMONDS MUNICIPAL COURT #1 Linda Coburn
LYNNWOOD
     MAYOR George Hurst
     COUNCIL POSITION #1 Van AuBuchon
     COUNCIL POSITION #2 Ian Cotton
     COUNCIL POSITION #3 Rosamaria Graziani

 

Vote by August 1, 2017   It’s secure and convenient!

Boxes are open 24/7 until 8 p.m. on election day.
No postage is needed.
 

March 8, 2017 32nd Monthly Meeting

Coming up:   March 8th, 2017 Wednesday

 

Millennial March Meeting – the 32nd LD Millennials are taking over!

The next meeting is brought to you  by our 32nd LD Millenials:  1st Vice Chair – Alan Charnley Young Democrats Rep – Victoria Valentine,  King County Rep Alternate Jinah Kim, Parliamentarian Dakota Solberg

March 8, 2017 Wednesday

Masonic Hall Shoreline, 753 N 185th St, Shoreline
Directions (GoogleMaps)

Agenda

6:30PM Sign-in, Set-up, Socialize

6:35PM NEW – open mic – 3 minutes each!   

7:00PM Meeting Called to Order
Pledge

Elected Officials and Candidates Recognized

7:10 PM Millennial Challenges – Introduction

7:15 PM Special speaker Bailey Stober – KC Dems Chair & Young Dem

8:10 PM Break – Raffle!!

8:15 PM 32nd Business Meeting

  • Early Endorsements
  • Committee Reports
    • Bylaws Presentation and Adoption consideration
    • Committee Updates and Reports
  • New Business
  • Good of the Order
  • 9:15 PM Adjourn

Early Endorsements may be considered

Chairs and Tables put away

PCO Training March 12, 2017 1 – 4PM

Coming up:  

PCO Training  March 12th, 2017

Sunday 1-4PM

Lynnwood Library

19200 44th Ave W, Lynnwood, Washington 9803
 

This is for new or experienced PCOs, Acting PCOs, and anyone interested in becoming PCOs.

Learn what a PCO does; Learn how to use Votebuilder.com; Learn how to use your cell phone when doorbelling; Learn how to register new voters and how to canvass; Meet new friends!

Strong PCOs will help us elect candidates for this summer’s August Primary for County Council, City Council, Water Districts, and several Special Elections for the State House and Senate.

PCO Training February 12, 2017 1 – 4PM

Coming up:  

PCO Training  February 12th, 2017 Sunday 1-4PM

 
 
Shoreline Library

345 NE 175th St, Shoreline, Washington 98155

 

PCO Training

This is for new or experienced PCOs, Acting PCOs, and anyone interested in becoming PCOs.

Learn what a PCO does; Learn how to use Votebuilder.com; Learn how to use your cell phone when doorbelling; Learn how to register new voters and how to canvass; Meet new friends!

Strong PCOs will help us elect candidates for this summer’s August Primary for County Council, City Council, Water Districts, and several Special Elections for the State House and Senate.

DAPL Public Comment Now Open – until Feb 20

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…

http://www.yesmagazine.org/people-power/dont-let-trump-distract-you-public-comment-on-dapl-is-now-open-20170125