July 22 Executive Board Meeting

Our July 22 Executive Board meeting will be at Renton Carpenters’ Hall (231 Burnett Ave N, Renton) at 7pm.

Included on the agenda will be contribution requests (details in email) and two resolutions:

The full meeting program is available here.

N.B.: The Executive Board will not be meeting in August

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Primary Watch Party, Tuesday, August 5th

We cordially invite you to watch the primary results with your King County Democrats! The Berliner Pub in Renton is proud to host our event and candidates and campaigns are welcome to attend!

Tuesday, August 5th
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Berliner Pub
221 Main Ave S
Renton, WA

Suggested donation: $10.00

If you have any questions or you’re curious about logistics, please contact Christina Lewis.
We look forward to seeing you!

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2015-16 PCO Filing Results

As of the close of business on Friday May 16, we had a total of 873 PCO candidates filing. There are 51 contests to resolve in August, and we’ll be starting the term in December with 820 elected PCOs. The breakdown by legislative district is as follows:

Leg.
Dist.
Candidates Precincts New People
46 119 112 27
36 115 110 17
43 99 87 21
37 81 74 18
34 80 76 9
41 68 65 11
33 47 45 2
32* 45 42 5
30* 40 37 5
11 38 37 4
48 36 35 6
45 35 35 3
5 31 31 8
47 16 16 1
1* 13 12 1
31* 4 4 0
ALL 873 820 141

Go here to see the full list of candidates/precincts.

* The 1st, 30th, 31st, 32nd, and 39th are split across county lines. Only King County precincts are included in these totals.

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2014 County Convention

The King County 2014 Democratic Convention met on Saturday, April 12 and adopted a new platform (also available in PDF and MS Word versions)

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Become a PCO

You can make a real contribution to the Democratic party by becoming a PCO.

  1. If you do not know your LD, use the Legislative District Lookup from the Washington State Legislature.
  2. Find your Precinct through the King County Voter Guide Lookup
  3. Contact your LD Chair to volunteer to become a PCO!*

*note: Your LD chair will know whether your precinct already has a PCO. If that is the case, you can “adopt” a nearby precinct.

Please use our PCO Application Form (PDF) to become an Appointed PCO in King County.

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