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Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for January 25, 2021

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – The 40th Legislative District Democrats Executive Board Meets, Thursday, Jan 28, 4:00pm – 6:00pm If you want to attend, email Spencer Lively, Chair, at spencerelively@gmail.com. 2. UPDATED – The Skagit County Democrats Essay Contest award presentation will be conducted Saturday, Jan 30, 2:00pm via Zoom The contest theme was, “Why is […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for January 18, 2021

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – The Skagit County Democrats Essay Contest winners were announced, award presentation To Be Determined The contest theme was, “Why is it necessary for white people to talk about race?”. It was open to all High School students at all public and private high schools in Skagit County. 1st Place – […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for January 11, 2021

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – Ginny Wolff in Memoriam From the Skagit County Democrats Facebook Page: “Skagit County Democrats has lost a long time member, Ginny Wolf, after a 30 year struggle with Parkinson’s.We mourn her loss. Ginny has been involved in both Skagit County Democrats and Indivisible Skagit. She has worked tirelessly for campaigns […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for January 4, 2021

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. The Skagit County Democrats Reorganization Meeting is scheduled for Saturday, Jan 9, 10:00am via Zoom Only elected PCOs (Precinct Committee Officers) may vote in the Reorganization Meeting. However, you do not need to be a PCO to run for our Executive Board positions. Any paid member of Skagit County Democrats may run for […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for December 28, 2020

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – 2020 Review This was a heck of a year. As with most years under President Trump, just about every month felt like it was a year long. We underwent tremendous change in how we went about doing the business of the party. And yet, we managed to do everything we […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for December 21, 2020

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – Washington State Democrats 2020 Coordinated Campaign has issued a Wrap-up Report Click Here for the report. (Hint: To navigate the report, hover your mouse on the bottom-left of the report area for the forward and back buttons.) 2. The 39th Legislative District Democrats Reorganization Meeting is Sunday, Jan 3, 2021, […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for December 14, 2020

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – #StandwithSpokaneDems From the Washington State Democrats website: “On Wednesday, December 9, 2020, a man entered the Spokane County Democrats HQ in an attempt to bomb the building. He approached one of our volunteers with something he claimed was a “manifesto,” but they were able to evacuate before he caused any […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for December 7, 2020

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. UPDATED – The Skagit County Democrats Headquarters, 300A South First Street, Mount Vernon, will be CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC for the time being, effective immediately As the pandemic continues to worsen, locally as well as nationally, Skagit County Democrats is committed to keeping all of our volunteers, members, and the public safe. […]

Action Newsletter for November 2, 2020

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – Election Day is Tuesday!!! If you have not yet submitted your ballot, please, please, please, take it to a Drop-Box. Drop-Box locations are listed below. We have also been told the Skagit County Auditor’s Office will be open Tuesday night until 8:00pm. 2. NEW – Angie Homola is scheduling sign-waving […]

Skagit County Democrats Action Newsletter for 10 August 2020

DEMOCRATIC EVENTS 1. NEW – Fidalgo Democrats Meeting, Tuesday, Aug 11, 7:00pm via ZoomYou’re invited to join us for “Striking the Right Balance: How Local Law Enforcement Keeps Us Safe,” a discussion on steps being taken by local law enforcement to prevent crime while also respecting civil liberties. Our speakers will be Skagit County Undersheriff […]

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