Never despair because we are Stronger Together! A Letter from the Chair

Many of you have expressed concern over the election results for Lucy Madrigal running for Mount Vernon City Council and Christina Jepperson running for Sedro-Woolley School Board.

Despite the slight lead their opposing candidates have, please rest assured there are still steps to be taken.  First, this slight lead means a mandated recount done by and paid for by the Auditor’s office. 

Secondly, we will contact every Democrat in the districts of the candidates who have ballots that were rejected, either because their signature does not match the one on file (our signatures change over time) or they simply forgot to sign their ballots. In both cases the ballots are still legal if they are “cured” by having the voters sign a ballot signature cure form and submit it to the Auditor’s Office.

Last but not least, the results will be certified on November 28.

If you want to participate in the Ballot curing process, please contact Brenda Cunningham at  There will be a team in Sedro-Woolley for Christina Jepperson and a team in Mount Vernon for our City Council race.

We never despair because we are Stronger Together!

Thank you in advance for your willingness to participate in democracy!



Don’t forget to CHECK YOUR BALLOT STATUS to make sure your vote counts!
-Fill out and submit the form
-Click Ballot Status in the left column
“Accepted” means your vote counted and your done!
“Rejection/Challenged + Challenged Reason” means something went wrong and you need to cure your ballot, please contact the Auditors office.

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The Skagit County Democratic Party is an inclusive political organization that seeks to elect Democrats committed to the core values of our constituents and the Platform of the Washington State Democratic Party.


General Election

November 7, 2023

Party Platform

As Democrats we respect the rights guaranteed by our Constitution that support:

  • Economic Opportunity
  • Social and Civil Justice
  • Personal Freedom
  • Security
  • Privacy

We are dedicated to achieving peace, prosperity, and opportunity.

Our platform rests on the principles that there should be:

  • Security for all
  • Education, jobs and economic opportunity for all
  • Accessible and affordable healthcare for all
  • Rebuilding of our reputation in the world as a cooperative and just country
  • Reversal of the erosion of civil liberties in our country
  • Recognition that diversity strengthens our nation
  • Economic and social policies that protect the environment

Skagit County Democrats adopt this platform to ensure that voters and candidates for public office understand and support our goals. Elected officials should adhere to this platform.

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