Fidalgo Democrats Videos From Their Monthly Meetings

Tuesday, November 10th, Kurt Dunbar, Skagit Valley College history professor, spoke and answered questions about “Regaining Civil Discourse” at our Fidalgo Democrats Zoom meeting. In case you missed it or want to hear it again, here is Zain Butler’s YouTube video of the evening


Fidalgo Democrats Video from their June 9 Meeting:

Ranked Choice Voting
Fidalgo Democrats on June 9th were treated via Zoom to an excellent presentation on Ranked Choice Voting by Lisa Ayrault, Director of FairVote Washington, and her two colleagues, Kit Muehlman and Mohit Nair.


Fidalgo Democrats Video from their February 11 Meeting:

Trevor Smith, Political Director and Business Agent for the Laborers Union, Local 292, and Chair of the 40th Legislative District Democrats, spoke on “Labor and the Democratic Party.”

Link to Isabella Butler’s YouTube of the meeting:


The purpose of the Fidalgo Democrats is: to educate voters through speakers and discussions on major issues confronting Democrats locally, regionally and nationally; to promote the election of Democratic candidates to public office through voter registration, candidate forums and campaigning; and to provide fellowship and community for local Democrats and progressives.

Fidalgo Democrats is an independent Democratic club in Anacortes.
No dues charged.
We pass the hat & ask attendees to bring canned food for the food bank.
Fidalgo Democrats hold monthly meetings on the second Tuesday of every month at 7:00pm.
We meet at the Anacortes Public Library, 1220 10th Anacortes.
Our meetings are open to Democrats, their friends, and other progressives.

An an independent club, we charge no dues and have no officers or by-laws.
Membership consists of those who sign up on an e-mail list for monthly meeting notices.
Though independent, we share a close relationship with Skagit County Democrats.
Our activities are guided by a steering committee with a chairperson.
We welcome you to attend our meetings and become active in Fidalgo Democrats.
For more information you may contact the Chair, Corinne Salcedo, at 360-293-7114 or