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  • Filling the vacancy in the 30th District

    On October 29th, our Democratic family lost Roger Freeman, State Representative for the 30th District, who passed away due to cancer. His name remained on the ballot, and he went on to win the race for State Representative on Election Day.

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  • 2014 Holiday Party

    A whimsical winter circus awaits you at the Washington State Democrats Annual Holiday Party on Sunday, December 7th, at the Westin Seattle!

    You are invited to a holiday reception to celebrate the end of another year, and another exciting election season. 

    Buy your ticket today at www.wa-democrats.org/holiday

    Reception tickets include a beverage, light hors d'oeuvres, a short speaking program, and entertainment provided by "Cirrus Circus" - the youth performance group from the School of Acrobatic and New Circus Arts.

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  • Thank you

    From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.

    Thanks to all of you, our supporters, volunteers, and donors, who powered us through this election, helped get the word out about our candidates, and worked to get people out to vote. 

    Thank you to the Democratic candidates who stood up for our values and the issues that are absolutely critical to the future of our state, like fully funding education, fighting climate change, and standing up for the right of women to make their own health care choices.

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  • Voting plan

    Ballots are out! There's a lot at stake for this election, and success this year will hinge on how many people turn out to vote.

    We’re hoping that you, our strongest supporters, will turn out for Democrats.

    You wouldn’t be visiting this website if you weren’t someone who cares about making the right choices in the election. We want to help.

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  • WA Democrats announce endorsements on initiatives

    The Washington State Democrats announce the following endorsements for initiatives on the November 4th ballot:

    • Yes on Initiative 594 (approved at the State Central Committee meeting on September 21, 2013)
    • No on Initiative 591 (approved at the State Convention on June 21, 2014)
    • Yes on Initiative 1351 (approved at the State Convention on June 21, 2014)

     

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