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Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for February 12, 2024

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – Election observers needed Election observers are needed this week as ballots are opened and processed for replacement levies for schools in Mount Vernon and Concrete. Shifts are just 1 ½ hours each. Please see the link to the SignUp Genius form below and find a shift that works for you. […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for February 5, 2024

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. The Fidalgo Democrats will meet Tuesday, Feb 6, 7:00pm, at the Anacortes Public Library, 1220 10th Street, Anacortes The topic is “Loving Our Neighbors in a Complex World”. "We have invited Reverend Terry Kyllo, The Director of Paths to Understanding – Bridging Bias and Building Unity Through Multi-Faith Peacemaking. Rev. Kyllo works […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for January 29, 2024

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – The Fidalgo Democrats will meet Tuesday, Feb 6, 7:00pm, at the Anacortes Public Library, 1220 10th Street, Anacortes The topic is “Loving Our Neighbors in a Complex World”. "We have invited Reverend Terry Kyllo, The Director of Paths to Understanding – Bridging Bias and Building Unity Through Multi-Faith Peacemaking. Rev. […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for January 22, 2024

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – Volunteers need to staff our Headquarters Office We currently have openings for staffing Headquarters. We normally have 2 2-hour shifts (Noon – 2:00pm and 2:00pm – 4:00pm) per day. Volunteers can sign up for 1 or more shifts. We try to have 2 people staffing per shift. Orientation for new […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for January 8, 2024

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. Tuesday, Jan 9, the 2024 Washington State Legislative Session begins 2. The Skagit County Democrats Membership Committee will meet Saturday, Jan 13, 10:00am – 12:00pm, via Zoom OR in-person, C2C Community Center, 224 Stewart Road (turns into Hoag Road east of Riverside Drive), Mount Vernon This Membership meeting will be a HYBRID meeting. PLEASE […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for January 1, 2024

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS HAPPY NEW YEAR ! ! !   1. NEW – Legislative Send-Off, Thursday, Jan 4, 4:00pm – 5;30pm, Burlington City Council Chambers, 833 South Spruce Street, Burlington The Skagit County Chamber Alliance will host legislators from the 10th, 39th and 40th districts for the annual Legislative Send-Off. Each legislator will share his or […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for November 6, 2023

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – Skagit Democrats Election Night Party, Tuesday, Nov 7, 6:00pm – 9:00pm, District Brewing, 520 Main Street, Mount Vernon When you get there, head upstairs for pizza and celebration! 2. The next Skagit County Democrats Executive Board Meeting is Thursday, Nov 9, 6:30pm via Zoom Click Here for the Zoom link. […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for October 2, 2023

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS The Skagit County Democrats stand in solidarity with the UAW strike 1. The Fidalgo Democrats will conduct a Candidates Forum at their regular meeting, Tuesday, Oct 3, 7:00pm – 9:00pm, Anacortes Public Library, 1220 10th Street, Anacortes The candidates for Anacortes School Board, Heather Brennen and Edward Barton, and the candidates for Anacortes […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for September 25, 2023

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS The Skagit County Democrats stand in solidarity with the UAW strike 1. NEW – Doorknock for Paul Cocke, Sedro-Woolley City Council candidate, Ward 5, Saturday, Sep 30, 11:00am, Bingham Park, 340 Bingham Park Loop, Sedro-Woolley Click Here to get involved. 2. NEW – Fidalgo Democrats will conduct a Candidates Forum at their regular […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for September 18, 2023

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS The Skagit County Democrats stand in solidarity with the UAW strike 1. NEW – Central Committee Meeting Guest Speakers Video The Skagit County Democrats' Quarterly Central Committee and membership meeting was held on Saturday September 9th. We were joined by Port of Anacortes Commissioner Bonnie Bowers, Senator Patty Kuderer who is running for […]

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