Prior to the attempted insurrection in Washington, D.C. last Wednesday, newly-elected King County Republicans Chair Joshua Freed committed to speaking at and advertised his upcoming appearance at a rally with the “Olympia Freedom Party” espousing similar rhetoric to the rioters who breached the Capitol building the following day.
The latest from King County Dems
At the June 23 meeting of the Executive Board of the King County Democrats Central Committee, the King County Democrats passed four resolutions related to the community safety, racial equity, and justice for Black lives. These resolutions were drafted in coordination with and in support of community organizers working on the ground to build more ... Read more
PRESS RELEASE: King County Democrats make City and County Council endorsements for 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, June 25, 2020 Contact King County Democrats Chair Shasti Conrad; or Communications Vice Chair Julia Reed 206-487-4228 firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com ZOOM — The Martin Luther King, Jr. County Democratic Party’s executive board, representing the 17 legislative districts of King ... Read more
Statement from the Chair and Vice Chairs of the King County Democrats June 1, 2020 The King County Democrats stand in solidarity with the brave individuals across our nation who are taking to the streets to demand justice for the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, David McAtee, and the many other Black ... Read more
Author Derek Richards Precinct KCYD Chair Summary/Argument This amendment would change the current proposal of restructuring the voting members for King County Young Democrats to remain at three, the Chair (or any alternates as defined in proposed Section 7.2.56) and two elected KCDCC Reps of different genders. Where as: It is in the interest of ... Read more
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