The Skagit Democrats uses resolutions to state the position of the organization on issues of local, state and federal importance. Resolutions can be proposed by members. Resolutions need to be reviewed and made ready by the resolutions committee prior to presentation to the Central Committee or Executive Board in order to have a simple majority for passage. Resolutions that are brought to the Central Committee or Executive Board meeting without having been submitted to the resolutions committee must achieve a super majority of 66% for passage.
If you would like to propose a resolution, please see these resolutions instructions.
You can read recently adopted resolutions by clicking on the links below:
- Restricting the First Use of Nuclear Weapons and Banning the use of Weapons of Mass Destruction (Dec 2019)
- Encouraging Maximum Participation of Diverse Communities (Oct 2019)
- Resolution in Support of Referendum #88 (enact I-1000) to Remedy Discrimination and Promote Equality (Oct 2019)
- Resolution Opposing Washington State Initiative 976 (Oct 2019)
- Resolution In Support Of New Refinery Worker Safety Regulations (Sept 2019)
- Resolution Supporting the Establishing a Humane Immigration Enforcement System Act (Aug 2019)
- Resolution on Initiative 1631 (Oct 2018)
- Resolution Supporting a Phase Out of Atlantic Salmon in the Salish Sea (Jan 2018)
- Resolution Opposing the Kinder-Morgan TransMountain Pipeline (Jan 2018)
- Resolution on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) (Oct 2017)