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Action Newsletter–20 July 2020

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. UPDATED – HEADS UP! – The ballots are out! If you have not yet received your ballot, contact the Skagit County Auditor’s Office at 360-416-1702 or email Click Here for their webpage. Ballots for the Primary are due Tuesday, Aug 4 by 8:00pm. The general election will be held Nov 3.Ballot Drop-box […]

Action Newsletter – 13 July 2020

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – HEADS UP! – Ballots go out Wednesday, Jul 15 for the primary election, which is slated for Aug 4 The general election will be held Nov 3. Sidenote: If you see the following number out there or on-line – 864511320 – it means “reject (86) Trump (45) on Nov 3, […]

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VOLUNTEER Volunteer Opportunities We are a diverse organization always looking for Democratic volunteers and participants in our many events across Skagit County and Washington State. Our office is located in Mount Vernon, Washington. Please stop by and learn more about initiatives, candidates, and most importantly, how you can make a difference and become active in […]

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