32nd PCO Information Page 2017-18

32nd District PCO Coordinator –  Carol McMahon carol.mcmahon@32democrats.org

Area Specific Coordinators

Edmonds, Woodway, Mountlake Terrace, Unincorporated –

Marilyn Dauer marilyn.dauer@32democrats.org


Carol McMahon carol.mcmahon@32democrats.org;

MD Eckart m.eckart@32democrats.org;

Deb Viertel deb.viertel@32democrats.org

Shoreline –

Nicole Richey nicole.richey@32democrats.org;

Lorn Richey lorn.richey@32democrats.org

Seattle –

Sally Soriano  Sally.Soriano@32democrats.org

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.

King County – Find my District

Snohomish County – Interactive Precinct and District Map

A PCO may also be appointed as an PCO to fill out a two-year term if the position is vacant.

King County PCO Application

Snohomish County PCO Application

2017-18  KING COUNTY  and SNOHOMISH COUNTY PCO’s Elected, Appointed and Acting  

Precinct   Last Name First Name Email
Aldercrest Acting PCO Sweet Meghan meghansweet@hotmail.com
Ann   Harris Stephanie c3beta@msn.com
Chapel   Jess Janette jjess3355@gmail.com
Cypress   Ali Shahrum shahrumali@hotmail.com
Edmonds 06   Tolliver Steven steventolliver@yahoo.com
Edmonds 12   McGuire Barbara babmcguire@comcast.net
Edmonds 14 Acting PCO Dauer Marilyn marilyndauer@yahoo.com
Edmonds 15   Dunsmoor Katherine kduns13@gmail.com
Edmonds 16        
Edmonds 18   Thompson Joshua ponchandjohn@hotmail.com
Edmonds 19   Fraley Monillas Adrienne monilad@aol.com
Edmonds 25   Harrison William wm.r.harrison@gmail.com
Edmonds 26   Palmer Andrew andewwebbpalmer@gmail.com
Edmonds 27 Acting PCO Lamey Don donaldlamey@gmail.com
Edmonds 40   Jurewicz Tom tomjtoon@comcast.net
Edmonds 41   Brown Elizabethe lized01@comcast.net
Edmonds 42   Williams Mary mary.pamela.williams@gmail.com
Edmonds 43   Wellington Evelyn evewell@msn.com
Edmonds 45   Schafer Patrice xtrafingers@msn.com
Edmonds 47        
Edmonds 48        
Edmonds 49   Ludgate Theodore tludgate@comcast.net
Edmonds 50   Madsen Catherine cathymadson@gmail.com
Edmonds 52   Miklasiewicz Thea thea_mik@yahoo.com
Hilltop   Lee Carrie  lovecarrielee@gmail.com
Holly   Chase Carin carin.chase@32democrats.org
Larch   Fulton Doris fultondl@gmail.com
Laura   Todd  Bonnie bsandahl@wolfenet.com
Lynnwood 01 Acting PCO Gill Kathy kegill@gmail.com
Lynnwood 02   James Robert rhj4315@live.com
Lynnwood 03   Kresek Ken kpkresek@hotmail.com
Lynnwood 04        
Lynnwood 05        
Lynnwood 06   Arendt Mike arendt1@gmail.com
Lynnwood 07   McMahon Carol 54.cmac@gmail.com
Lynnwood 08        
Lynnwood 09   Wright Stephanie froggymail@aol.com
Lynnwood 10   Gough JoAnn jgough626@aol.com
Lynnwood 11   Corey Ben benjamin.c.corey@gmail.com
Lynnwood 12   Landon James P ljimandpat@aol.com
Lynnwood 13   Eckart Michael Eckartm@frontier.com
Lynnwood 14   Graziani Rosamaria  rosamaria.graziani@32democrats.org
Lynnwood 15   Petersen Robert robert.petersen@32democrats.org
Lynnwood 16   Utter Lisa lisautter@hotmail.com
Lynnwood 17   Kilgore Deborah deborah.kilgore@gmail.com
Lynnwood 18 Acting PCO Petersen Gray gray.petersen@32democrats.org
Lynnwood 20   Ross Randy rross1144@gmail.com
Lynnwood 21        
Lynnwood 22   Read Dustin read6430@gmail.com
Lynnwood 23   Viertel Deborah debviertel@yahoo.com
Lynnwood 24   Parshall David davidparsh@hotmail.com
Lynnwood 25   Jared Robert rwjared@hotmail.com
Lynnwood 26   Palmer Warren janet.palmer.85@comcast.net
Lynnwood 28   Hikel Theodore councilmantedhikel@hotmail.com
Lynnwood 29   Cheuvront Sandra sandi92043@yahoo.com
Lynnwood 30


Baylor Cathy  
Lynnwood 31   Patrick Denice denicepatrick@comcast.net
Lynnwood 32        
Lynnwood 33        
MAGNOLIA   Willoretta Stanley stan.willoretta@gmail.com
Mtlk Ter 07   Marsing Tiffani Jordan tiffani.marsing@gmail.com
Mtlk Ter 08        
MtLkTerr 09        
MtLkTerr 10   Valpey Eric ejvalpey@hotmail.com
PACIFIC   Lazerte Adam alazerte@gmail.com
RIDGEVIEW   Nelson James nelson.roger@hotmail.com
ROB   Mason Garrett garrett.g.mason@gmail.com
SEA 32-2200   Solberg Dakota dakota.solberg@gmail.com
SEA 32-2201   Williams-Derry Paul Clark clarkwd@gmail.com
SEA 32-2202   Kline Julie kliner_2000@yahoo.Com
SEA 32-2203   Lange Kathleen tatter59@me.com
SEA 32-2204   Bright Sarah swfbright@gmail.com
SEA 32-2206   Ripp Lanna maryleilannei@gmail.com
SEA 32-2208   Jackson Martha m145@zipcon.com
SEA 32-2209   Simmons Justin justin@justinsimmons.com
SEA 32-2210   Allman Michele machelleannjanette@hotmail.com
SEA 32-2211   Caldwell Elizabeth ejs@uw.edu
SEA 32-2215   Freedheim Amy 1amymother@comcast.net
SEA 32-2216   Soriano Sally sally@sallysoriano.org
SEA 32-2217   Lewis Charles charleslewis@hotmail.com
SEA 32-2218        
SEA 32-2224   Blevins Wendy wendy.blevins@gmail.com
SEA 32-2537   Evenstar Marcus marcus.evenstar@gmail.com
SEA 32-2539   Fournier Dean demdean48@gmail.com
SEA 32-3568   McCoy Patricia patamccoy@gmail.com
SEA 32-3656   Kestin-Landberg Kiraya landberg3@msn.com
SHL 32-0001   Murata Corey cimurata@gmail.com
SHL 32-0012        
SHL 32-0024   Tenney Krista tenney@earthlink.net
SHL 32-0038        
SHL 32-0088        
SHL 32-0232   Scully Keith keith@newmanlaw.org
SHL 32-0241   Irwin Wesley wesleydirwin@gmail.com
SHL 32-0267   Roberts Christopher chris.roberts@32democrats.org
SHL 32-0274        
SHL 32-0277   Steward Callie calliel_@hotmail.com
SHL 32-0296   Kim Jin-Ah gnuhkym@gmail.com
SHL 32-0319        
SHL 32-0335        
SHL 32-0346 Acting PCO Richey Nicole nikita7282@msn.com
SHL 32-0357   Cafferty Jessica jtcafferty@gmail.com
SHL 32-0368        
SHL 32-0378   Lietz Amy amybunnylietz@gmail.com
SHL 32-0401 Acting PCO Phelps Elaine efphelps@earthlink.net
SHL 32-0407   Sandys Jeff jpsandys@yahoo.com
SHL 32-0423   Way Janet janetway@yahoo.com
SHL 32-0424   King-Hedinger Aurora aurorakhedinger@hotmail.com
SHL 32-0444        
SHL 32-0454   Lopez Don donlopez81@gmail.com
SHL 32-0462   Clarke Catherine catherineca@comcast.net
SHL 32-0470        
SHL 32-0474   Bender Abram wa.dems@abe.bender.net
SHL 32-0486   Corando Humberto clanc@rocketmail.com
SHL 32-0488        
SHL 32-0494   Aselas Erin erinaselas@gmail.com
SHL 32-0499        
SHL 32-0510   Willson Shasta shastaw@gmail.com
SHL 32-0514        
SHL 32-0519   Amundson Julie jula2@comcast.net
SHL 32-0527   Brunson Michael  
SHL 32-0530   Liaw Shoubee shoubeeliaw@hotmail.com
SHL 32-0537        
SHL 32-0538   Angelis Stephanie Ann stephaniea.angelis@gmail.com
SHL 32-0558   Jacoby Daniel dan@danjacoby.com
SHL 32-0559        
SHL 32-0605        
SHL 32-0606   Crow David cromag9@gmail.com
SHL 32-0609        
SHL 32-0648   Henry Angela angelachenry@hotmail.com
SHL 32-0665   Weber Patricia pweber27@centurylink.net
SHL 32-0692   Wynne Maryn marynw@aol.com
SHL 32-0711   Smith Lila   lila_itf@hotmail.com
SHL 32-0735   Kowalski Sophia sophiakowalski@outlook.com
SHL 32-0754        
SHL 32-0802   Holt Julie jooligee@gmail.com
SHL 32-0819   McCoy John john.mccoy@outlook.com
SHL 32-0832   Nash Cynthia cjnash@mac.com
SHL 32-0844   Leslie Ronald ronleslie@comcast.net
SHL 32-0861   Shope Josh  josh.shope@gmail.com
SHL 32-0866   Hettrick Diane dhettrick@earthlink.net
SHL 32-0875   Brown Bettelinn bettelinn@hotmail.com
SHL 32-0888   Laffoon Rose rmlaffoon@comcast.net
SHL 32-0895   Salomon Jesse jsalomon10@hotmail.com
SHL 32-0897   Norton Maren mrnorton@stanfordalumni.org
SHL 32-0898   Ryu Cindy friendsforcindyryu@yahoo.com
SHL 32-0903   Ahlgreen Carolyn harridaughta@yahoo.com
SHL 32-0914   McConnell Doris dorismccon@comcast.net
SHL 32-0917        
SHL 32-0920        
SHL 32-0921   Hauge Winona whollinshauge@yahoo.com
SHL 32-1020   Ritoch Tami tamiritoch@gmail.com
SHL 32-1021        
SHL 32-1030   Bachety Michael mbachety@gmail.com
SHL 32-1038        
SHL 32-1053   Charnley Alan silver.arrow12@gmail.com
SHL 32-1077   Baltuth Raphael raphael@baltuth.com
SHL 32-1080        
SHL 32-1101   Krodel Jacob krodel.jacob@gmail.com
SHL 32-1106   Richey Lorn lornrichey@hotmail.com
SHL 32-1140        
SHL 32-1158   Alley Travis alley.travis@gmail.com
SHL 32-1168   Winstead Shari shariwinstead@yahoo.com
SHL 32-1178   King Amber amberking907@gmail.com
SHL 32-1197   Owens Lawrence larryowens2@frontier.com
SHL 32-1209   Heller Dennis dennis@incontrolhvac.com
SHL 32-1210        
SHL 32-1228   Brennand Margaret megbrennand@gmail.com
SHL 32-1236        
SHL 32-2552 pending Kuyenda jacob jacob.m.kuyndall@gmail.com
Shl 32-2712        
SHL 32-2753   Rezayat Ashton ashtonrezayat@gmail.com
SHL 32-3363        
SHL 32-3556   O’Neill Aimee  aimeeo.1@live.com
SHL32-0396   McCullough Alice sabasmom13@hotmail.com
WOODWAY  01        
WOODWAY 02   Jay Cindi cindi.jay@gmail.com




How to support Standing Rock –

The link below contains a list of reliable, trustworthy sources you can donate to with confidence.:   Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2016/11/23/how-give-and-give-thanks-standing-rock-166566


WHEREAS the Missouri River is the principal source of water for both the City of Bismarck, North Dakota, and the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation approximately 35 miles downriver from Bismarck; and 

 WHEREAS the Dakota Access Pipeline LLC has proposed to construct a 1,100 mile Pipeline (“DAPL”) with a capacity of 570,000 barrels of crude oil per day – which it originally planned to cross the Missouri River immediately upstream from Bismarck but, when faced by opposition from city residents concerned about pollution of their drinking water from possible oil spills during pipeline operation, revised its proposed routing in order to have the DAPL cross the Missouri downstream from Bismarck and immediately upstream from the Standing Rock Reservation; and

 WHEREAS the Standing Rock Reservation was established through the Fort Laramie Treaties of 1851 and 1868, between the United States and the Great Sioux Nation, as a perpetual homeland for the Standing Rock Sioux; and 

 WHEREAS treaties are, under the U.S. Constitution, part of “the supreme Law of the Land”; and 

WHEREAS the various Sioux tribes, as descendants of some of the first residents of North America, whose status and rights are protected by the Fort Laramie Treaties and other treaties, are every bit as entitled to safe drinking water as are Bismarck residents of European, African or Asian ancestry, and are further entitled to a continued supply of water suitable for sustenance of the fish and wildlife critical to their way of life; and 

 WHEREAS construction of the DAPL would also threaten the integrity of historic sites and archaeological/cultural resources deemed sacred by the Sioux, including burial grounds subject to the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (“NAGPRA”); and

 WHEREAS the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, which was endorsed by the United States in 2010, provides that each U.N. member state “shall consult and cooperate in good faith with the indigenous peoples concerned in order to obtain their free, prior and informed consent before adopting and implementing legislative or administrative measures that may affect them”; and 

WHEREAS the government agency responsible for issuing or denying the permits necessary for the DAPL, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, has failed to (a) engage in the consultation provided for in both the above U.N. Declaration and Executive Order 13175, (b) recognize its duty to assure compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act, and (c) issue a proper Environmental Impact Statement as required by the National Environmental Policy Act; and 

WHEREAS the DAPL, if and when completed, would facilitate further use of motor fuels and ensuing environmental degradation through carbon pollution and, ultimately, global warming;

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that we strongly oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline and, in particular, call upon (1) the Corps of Engineers to immediately initiate serious and thorough consultations with the Standing Rock and other Sioux officials, accompanied  by issuance of a comprehensive Environmental Impact Statement on the entire DAPL project while assuring its compliance with §106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, §10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act, Executive Order 13175, and applicable provisions of the NAGPRA, and (2) our entire Congressional delegation to assure, by oversight hearings and other measures as necessary, full compliance with all of the foregoing requirements.

Adopted November 16, 2016 by the 32nd District (Washington) Democrats



President Obama speaking after the election

“We all go forward, with a presumption of good faith in our fellow citizens—because that presumption of good faith is essential to a vibrant and functioning democracy. That’s how this country has moved forward for 240 years. It’s how we’ve pushed boundaries and promoted freedom around the world. That’s how we’ve expanded the rights of our founding to reach all of our citizens. It’s how we have come this far.” —President Obama speaking today in the Rose Garden on bringing our country together after the election: go.wh.gov/WJ48yw


November 16, 2016 Membership Meeting *note date change

32nd District Monthly Meeting

Meeting rescheduled  to 3rd Wed due to 2016 General Election

 Wednesday November 16th, 2016
7:00 PM 
Masonic Hall Shoreline, 753 N 185th St, Shoreline
6:30 PM  Happy Hour with the Executive board!!
                     Socialize and set-up
7:00 PM  Meeting Called to Order
                     Agenda and Minutes Approval – click here
7:05 PM    Guest Speakers
                       2016 Election Updates and Analysis
                         Resolutions –
2016-23 Resolution in Support of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
2016-24 Resolution to join the Coalition to Build 1000 Homes


 8:15 PM  Break – Raffle!!
8:20 PM  32nd Business Meeting
                32nd LD Committee Reports
               Upcoming events – Dec 14th Reorganization and Holiday                                                                     Festivus!
               New Business 
               Good of the Order
8: PM  Unfinished Business
9:15 PM  Adjourn 
                Chairs and Tables put away 

10/19 Presidential Debate watch party – all invited!

The 32nd is partnering with Northwest Progressive Institute to host this watch party!
Open to all – donations gratefully accepted to cover rental and refreshments!
Come early at 4:30PM for Sign waving Honk and Wave                 PCO’s pick up Sample Ballots and walking lists

Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Time: 6pm 
Location: Masonic Center 753 N 185th St, Shoreline

Moderator: Chris Wallace, Anchor, Fox News Sunday
Location: University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

The format for the third debate will be identical to the first presidential debate.
Read more at http://www.uspresidentialelectionnews.com/2016-debate-schedule/2016-presidential-debate-schedule/#oCr8eEmBS6S2Iijw.99

2016 Presidential Election Night Party


All Ages!  Music! Food! Drink! Door Prizes!

After getting those last minute ballots in and GOTV phone calls done join friends and neighbors to watch results and celebrate the Presidential Election and all Democratic victories!

Are you ready? After GOTV join in the celebration tonight!   All Ages!  Music! Food! Drink! Door Prizes!

After getting those last minute ballots in and GOTV phone calls done join friends and neighbors to watch results and celebrate the Presidential Election and all Democratic victories!

Contact Carol McMahon for the discount code if you attended your precinct caucus – carol.mcmahon@32democrats.org or message here – this is a grassroots event 

Opportunities to volunteer for entry available – we are phone banking at the Nile, calling local and swing state D’s – message for details!

SPONSORED BY an ever growing list!  Senator Patty Murray joins as the most recent sponsor!
32nd,1st, 21st, 46th and 38th Legislative District Democrats,King and Snohomish County Democrats, Senator Patty Murray, former Lynnwood Mayor Don Gough, Senator Maralyn Chase…

Visit our Event webpage here


***Doorbell an orphan precinct or complete a phone bank shift  for ticket discount!!  Ask Carol at carol.mcmahon@32democrats.org – for details!election-night-watch-party-2016FAQs

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?  NO!

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?  electionnight@32democrats.org

 Is my registration/ticket transferable? YES!


Join in the celebration and add your name to the growing list of sponsors.
Contact Mario Brown for sponsorship information. mario.brown@32democrats.org 

October 12, 2016 Membership Meeting

REGISTER TO VOTE BY OCT 10th – you can still mail your registration in Oct 11th!

32nd District Monthly Meeting
Wednesday October 12th, 2016
7:00 PM 
Masonic Hall Shoreline, 753 N 185th St, Shoreline
6:30 PM  Happy Hour with the Executive board!!
7:00 PM  Meeting Called to Order
                Agenda and Minutes Approval – click here
7:05 PM     Review 2016 Endorsements
                        Initiative 1464 – reconsideration discussion
7:45PM  Eleanor Roosevelt‘s 132nd Birthday honored                       
 8:15 PM  Break – Raffle!!
8:20 PM  32nd Business Meeting
                32nd LD Committee Reports
               Upcoming events
               New Business 
               Good of the Order
8: PM  Unfinished Business
9:15 PM  Adjourn 
                Chairs and Tables put away 
Endorsements may be considered

32nd LD – First 2016 Presidential Debate Watch Party – September 26th, 6PM!

Come one, come all!
The First Presidential debate of 2016!
Monday, September 26th, 6PM
Tacos Guaymas

3805 196th St SW, Lynnwood, Washington 98036
Play the 2016 Democratic presidential debate bingo to add fun to watching the first Democratic debate.
First presidential debate (September 26, 2016, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY)
The debate will be divided into six time segments of approximately 15 minutes each on major topics to be selected by the moderator and announced at least one week before the debate.
The moderator will open each segment with a question, after which each candidate will have two minutes to respond. Candidates will then have an opportunity to respond to each other. The moderator will use the balance of the time in the segment for a deeper discussion of the topic.
Each debate will be broadcast live on C-SPAN, ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC, as well as all cable news channels including CNN, Fox News and MSNBC among others.
Read more at http://www.uspresidentialelectionnews.com/2016-debate-schedule/2016-presidential-debate-schedule/#PXh5Q7gYMY3hqqGp.99

Mission and Values

Our Mission

The 32nd Legislative District Democrats work to build vibrant and tolerant societies whose governments are accountable and open to the participation of all people.

We seek to strengthen the rule of law; respect for human rights, minorities, and a diversity of opinions; democratically elected governments; and a civil society that helps keep government power in check.

We help to shape public policies that assure greater fairness in political, legal, and economic systems and safeguard fundamental rights.

We implement initiatives to advance justice, education, public health, and independent media.

We build alliances across borders on issues such as corruption and freedom of information.

Working in every part of our district, we place a high priority on protecting and improving the lives of people in marginalized communities.

Our Values

We believe in fundamental human rights, dignity, and the rule of law.

We believe in a society where all people are free to participate fully in civic, economic, and cultural life.

We believe in addressing inequalities that cut across multiple lines, including race, class, gender, sexual orientation, and citizenship.

We believe in holding those in power accountable for their actions and in increasing the power of historically excluded groups.

We believe in helping people and communities press for change on their own behalf.

We believe in responding quickly and flexibly to the most critical threats to open society.

We believe in taking on controversial issues and supporting bold, innovative solutions that address root causes and advance systemic change.

We believe in encouraging critical debate and respecting diverse opinions.

**Thanks to the Open Society for sharing


Candidates who desire our endorsement must pledge to uphold 

Our Civility Pledge

As a candidate for elective office, I pledge to uphold the following principles in my campaign. 

  1. I will respect and listen to those who bring different points of view to the public arena, including those with whom I disagree. 
  1. I will insist that my campaign message, literature, slogans, radio and TV ads, paid staff, 

              and volunteers respect the dignity of all people – no matter what their background may   

              be. I will demand corrective action if violations do occur. 

  1. I will represent myself and my beliefs in an honest and forthright manner, and I will be  

clear with voters about the programs and policies that I plan to promote if elected. I will not use deceptive campaign tactics. 

  1. I will challenge any attempts to stifle public debate and I will protect everyone’s right to 

express their beliefs and views without the threat of harassment, intimidation, or violence. 

  1. I will honor the spirit as well as the letter of all campaign finance laws and honestly  

report, as fully as possible, all expenditures made on my behalf. 

Candidate’s Name______________________________________________________ 

Elective Office__________________________District/Position__________________ 

    Yes, I agree to uphold the “Civility Pledge” in my campaign. 


   No, I do not agree to uphold the “Civility Pledge” in my campaign.