The Camano Island Democrats welcomed Representative Rick Larsen, Island County Commissioner, Janet St Clair ancurrent School Board District 2 Director and re-election candidate, Charlotte Murry, September 16th.
Director Murry spoke on the challenges facing our schools, discussed quality of education, and responded to questions. Representative Larsen and Commissioner St Clair told us about benefits of the Infrastructure Bill, currently in Congress, to our region, including access to broadband in underserved parts of our community .
“Fight for the things you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you” – Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
10th Legislative District Virtual Town Hall
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Dated May 29th, 2021
July 21, 2021 Stanwood /Camano Alliance for Equity, (SAFE) hosted "Meet the Stanwood/Camano School Board Candidates" webinar. The recording is now available to view at the Zoom link below.
Would you like to get more involved with the Democratic Party? PCOs, or precinct committee officers, are the building block of the Democratic Party. They are the grassroots organizing base for all of our activities. Island County recently expanded the number of precincts by splitting precincts that were too large. This opens up new opportunities to join the ranks of precinct committee officers. It also reduces the workload for each PCO since the number of registered voters per precinct has been split in half. Camano is increasing from 11 to 20 precincts so WE NEED YOU!.
What does a PCO do? PCOs play an important role in electing Democrats. It’s their job to get to know their neighbors, educate undecided or swing voters, and make sure Democrats are registered to vote. Before Election Day, they work to turn out voters. All this hard work adds up to precinct-by-precinct victories and the election of Democratic candidates. This is what grassroots politics is all about! Contact email@example.com for information.
Unofficial Results Registered Voters 4922 of 14507 = 33.93%
Over the past two years, the Tax Structure Work Group, co-chaired by Rep. Noel Frame (LD 36), has conducted economic analyses and held initial listening sessions to find out how the Legislature can create a more equitable, transparent, and stable tax code for working families and small businesses. Now, the work group is inviting people to help explore several scenarios to change the state’s tax structure and they want members of the public to weigh in!
The Tax Structure Work Group is hosting seven virtual Tax Town Halls, one for each of seven regions in Washington. Each Town Hall will offer two identical sessions, one in the afternoon (2:30 - 4:00 p.m.) and one in the evening (6:30 - 8:00 p.m.).