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Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for February 21, 2022

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS Happy Presidents Day! 1. REMINDER – 10th Legislative District Representative Dave Paul will participate in a Bipartisan Virtual Town Hall, Monday, Feb 21, 6:30pm, onlineClick Here to register. You will also be able to watch the livestream on Dave’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/RepDavePaul/. 2. The 40th Legislative District Democrats Executive Board meets Tuesday, Feb 22, 6:00pm – 7:30pm, via ZoomClick Here for the Zoom link. Please […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for February 14, 2022

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – Skagit County Democrats has a new website! Please check us out at  We have put a lot of work into this but these things are never perfect when first published. We still have some content corrections/additions to make and we are aware of these. Please help us out with final […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for February 7, 2022

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. BE SURE TO VOTE! – School District Levies on February 8 Ballot for Anacortes, Burlington-Edison, Conway, and Sedro-Woolley DistrictsClick Here for detailed information. Ballot Drop Box Locations Available for this Election Anacortes Anacortes Public Library (behind library near drive-up book-drop), 1220 10th Street Skyline Beach Club, 6041 Sands Way Burlington Burlington Parks […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for January 31, 2022

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. BE SURE TO VOTE! – School District Levies on February 8 Ballot for Anacortes, Burlington-Edison, Conway, and Sedro-Woolley DistrictsClick Here for detailed information. 2. NEW – Skagit County Democrats Candidate CertificationsIf you are a new Candidate and have not yet been Certified as a Democrat, please fill out the application (Click Here) […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for January 24, 2022

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – The 40th Legislative District Democrats Executive Board meets Tuesday, Jan 25, 6:00pm – 7:30pm, via ZoomClick Here for the Zoom link. 2. NEW – Virtual Town Hall for 40th Legislative District Representatives Debra Lekanoff, Alex Ramel, and Senator Liz Lovelett, Thursday, Jan 27, 7:00pm – 8:00pm“There are several ways to […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for January 17, 2022

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – Roger RobinsonRoger Robinson passed away this past weekend. He was a long time member and activist in Skagit County Democrats. Click Here for a recent profile of Roger. 2. NEW – The 40th Legislative District Democrats Executive Board meets Tuesday, Jan 25, 6:00pm – 7:00pm via ZoomThe connection link can […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for January 3, 2022

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – January 6 Vigil for Democracy, Thursday, Jan 6, 12:00pm – 1:00pm, 12th Street & Commercial Avenue (by Safeway), Anacortes“This January 6, 2022, we need to show up and defend the values, country, and democracy we believe in. Will you join an outdoor vigil [in] Anacortes to mark the anniversary and […]

Washington State Democratic Central Committee Code of Conduct / Ethics

These Code of Conduct / Ethics Guidelines (Guidelines) may be revised from time to time at the discretion of the Washington State Democratic Central Committee (WSDCC) with the assistance of the Affirmative Action Committee and Rules Committee. The WSDCC consists of a diversity of professionals and volunteers (Community Members) from all over Washington State to […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for November 29, 2021

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – The final results are in – congratulations to our Skagit Democrats endorsed and elected candidates Melissa Beaton Richard Brocksmith Joe Burns Iris Carias Amanda Hubik Juan Morales 2. NEW – The 40th Legislative District Democrats General Meeting is Sunday, Dec 5, 2:00pm – 5:00pm (check-in beginning at 1:30pm), via ZoomClick […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for November 8, 2021

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. Fidalgo Democrats next meet Tuesday, Nov 9, 7:00pm – 9:00pm via Zoom“Fidalgo Democrats welcome Dr. Justin Irish, the Superintendent of the Anacortes School District and Daniel Williams, the Anacortes High School Principal. They will give us an update on the District’s Strategic Plan and discuss how the schools are working to support […]

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