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Proposed Agenda

Proposed Agenda for the
2022 KCDCC Reorganization Meeting (for the 2023-2024 Cycle)

Sunday, December 11th at 12:00 noon

  1. Call to Order by Temporary Chair
  2. Acknowledgment of Tribal Lands
  3. Appointment of Temporary Officers by Temporary Chair
    1. Secretary 
    2. Parliamentarian 
    3. Sergeant-at-Arms
    4. Tally Committee 
  4. Credentials Report
  5. Adoption of Agenda and Meeting Rules
  6. Brief Remarks from the Outgoing Chair
  7. Election of County Chair
  8. Brief Remarks by County Chair
  9. Appointment of Permanent Officers by County Chair
  10. Election of Other Officers and Intermittent Guest Speakers
    1. State Committee Members
    2. First Vice-Chair
    3. Vice-Chair for Communications
    4. Treasurer
    5. Vice-Chair for Outreach
    6. Secretary
    7. Vice-Chair for Fundraising
  11. Closing Statement
  12. Good of the Order
  13. Adjournment


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q: How do I register for the meeting?
A: If you are a PCO, complete this form:
A: If you would like to view the livestream as a guest:

Q: How do I attend the meeting?
A: The meeting will be held as a Zoom webinar on Sunday, 12/11 at 12 noon. Meeting information with both hyperlink, Webinar ID, and dial-in numbers was emailed to registered PCOs and will be emailed again on Sat, 12/10 at 12 noon and Sun, 12/11 at 11am.

Q: How do I vote?
A: Hyperlinks will be posted in the Zoom chat for each vote. Submit your vote via web form including email address and personal voting code. (The Tally Committee has special arrangements for anyone who registers as phone-only to record their vote.)

Q: How do I (re-)request my voting code?
A: Please email [email protected] to request or re-request your voting code.  For efficiency, please include your Name, Mailing Address, Phone, and any other email addresses you may have used for filing for PCO.

Q: What if I can’t submit my vote?
A: Please contact [email protected] if you have concerns about whether your email and voting code are accurate or other ballot questions.

Q: How do I know if my vote was recorded?
A: After submitting your vote, you will get an automated email from Google to your registered email address confirming your vote.  If your email or credential code doesn’t match, you will be contacted by the ballot curing team. If you do not get a confirmation email from Google after a few minutes, please contact [email protected].  

Q: I changed my mind, how can I update my vote?
A: You can re-submit your vote using the same ballot URL, email, and voting code.  The last vote you submit will be recorded.  

Q: How much time will people have to vote?
A: Voting will be open for five (5) minutes unless the Tally Committee requests additional time.

Q: Can I vote in advance?
A: No, because there can be nominations from the floor, ballots will not open until after candidate nominations and speeches.  

Q: How can I vote if I’m only connected via phone?
A: The tally committee has volunteers dedicated to assisting phone-only voters. Please email [email protected] if you require this accommodation.

Q: How do I request the floor to make a nomination or motion?
A: To request the floor, submit via Zoom’s Q&A function.

Q: What can I post in Q&A?
A: Please treat Q&A like a microphone and only post requests such as a motion, nomination, or speech.
A: For help with credentials, tally, or tech help: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] and [email protected].

Q: Can someone who is not a PCO watch the meeting?
A: Yes,

Q: Can I amend the King County Democrats Bylaws?
A: This is described in section 11.2: 
A: Bylaw amendments require advance notice and no amendments were submitted with sufficient notice before the reorganization meeting.
A: Bylaws and platform may be considered at a future meeting.

Legislative District (LD) Reorgs

The other responsibility that you have as a PCO is to vote on officer elections for your Legislative District Democratic Party organization. These will be held as follows:

  • 32: Dec 7, 6:30 pm, Virtual
  • 48: Dec 14, 7 pm, Virtual
  • 30: January 4, 6:30 pm, Virtual
  • 45: January 4, 7 pm, Virtual
  • 47: January 4, 7 pm, Auburn Machinists Hall
  • 41: January 8, 7 pm, Virtual
  • 33: January 9, 7 pm, Virtual
  • 37: January 9, 7 pm, Virtual
  • 1: January 11, 7 pm, Virtual
  • 34: January 11, 7 pm, Virtual
  • 31: January 14, 9am, Virtual
  • 46: January 14, 7 pm, Hybrid, Location TBD
  • 11: January 17, 7 pm, Virtual
  • 43: January 17, 7 pm, Virtual
  • 5: January 18, 7 pm, Virtual
  • 36: January 18, 7 pm, Hybrid, Phinney Neighborhood Association

About KCDems

The King County Democrats have a long history of successful activism and winning elections. Across the County we have elected a Democratic County Executive, Assessor, Sheriff, 6 out of 9 County Councilmembers, and 4 out of 5 Port Commissioners.

Statewide, we have ensured that Democrats have held the Governor’s mansion for four decades, We have lifted Democratic U.S. Senators to victory in every race they’ve run going back twenty-two years. We are proud to have awarded all of our electoral votes to Democrats every presidential election cycle since 1988.

Our party and our success has been built from our volunteers working countless hours to share our message with voters across King County. We truly thank every voter, volunteer, precinct committee officer and leader who have made our party strong and successful.