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Congratulations Democrats!  Results as of  November 16

U.S. Senator Patty Murray....57%  (Tiffany Smiley 42%)

Congressman Rick Larsen...60%       (Dan Matthews  39%)

Sec of State Steve Hobbs....50%   (Julie Anderson  45%)

Representative Dave Paul.....52.09%    (Karen Letsetmoe 47.8%)

Rep Candidate Clyde Shavers...50.07%     (Greg Gilday  49.79%)

    (machine recount pending)

Commissioner Janet St Clair....55 %  (Tim Hazelo  44%)

Solidarity Over Supremacy Whidbey put together a video to help the community understand and recognize extremism as we move into the election season and beyond. Take eight minutes to watch and share this homegrown explainer video, based on an important visual, The Pyramid of Radicalization.

Seattle Times: What the Supreme Court ruling on Roe vs Wade means for Washington State.

Virtual town Hall with Commissioner St Clair:

December 13th, 4:30 PM

Please join Commissioner St. Clair for updates on Island County government business.  She will be introducing the new Island County - Camano Road Shop Supervisor.  The conversation will include information on winter preparedness, snow routes, and planned safety improvements for 2022 - 2023.   

Following the road shop briefing, Commissioner St. Clair will host a workshop on the new FCC maps and the importance of community input on those maps for future funding and grant opportunities.  For more information: How to Use the FCC’s National Broadband Map – BDC Help Center

Special Guests: Ed Sewester, Assistant County Engineer

- Puget Sound Energy
- Snohomish PUD
- Q&A Welcome

When: Tuesday, December 13, 2022, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 844 1020 9004
Passcode: 970548
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+12532050468,84410209004#,*970548# US
Call in: 253-215-8782

For more information call (360) 679-7354 or e-mail

Be winter prepared:

As we prepare for storm conditions, we encourage you to do the same:

  • Make sure to have emergency supplies on hand at home and in your vehicle, such as extra batteries, flashlights, and food.

  • Have a battery-powered radio ready to go.

  • Charge cell phones and mobile devices in case the power goes out.

  • Avoid opening and closing refrigerators and freezers more often than necessary. A closed refrigerator will stay cold for up to 12 hours.

  • Stay warm. Choose a small room with few windows as your emergency living quarters.  Keep windows, drapes, and doors closed. Dress warmly.

  • Conserve water, especially in areas where well pumps and pumping stations may be without power.

  • Turn off lights and unplug all appliances and sensitive electronic equipment, such as computers, to prevent an overload on your circuits when electric service is restored. Leave one light on to let you know when service returns.

  • Puget Sound Energy: Download the myPSE app to track and report outages, check status, and get estimated restoration times, or visit com/outagemap. For additional information visit:

  • Snohomish PUD visit their Outages and Safety page at To check the status or report an outage visit

  • Safety first:

    • Never touch or go within 35 feet of downed power lines because they might be energized.

      • Puget Sound: Call PSE at 1-888-225-5773 or 911 to report problems.

      • Snohomish PUD: Call SnoPUD 425-783-1001 or 911 if it is life-threatening.

    • Do not use a charcoal or gas grill to cook indoors. Never use a natural gas range for heating, or charcoal as an indoor heating source. This can cause a buildup of poisonous carbon monoxide gas.

    • If you choose to use a portable home generator, read the manufacturer’s instructions for the safe operation of the generator. Do not operate generators indoors or in enclosed spaces to avoid the build-up of carbon monoxide.

    • If you’re using portable heaters, keep them away from furniture, draperies, and other flammable materials. If you use a potable heater that burns liquid fuel, make sure you have a window open for ventilation.

    • Always exercise caution if you use candles or oil lamps. Use flashlights instead of candles.

Fidalgo Democrats NEWS
Link to YouTube recording of Medicare at Risk, Tuesday October 11, 2022.
And, here is the Google Doc with the links too that it would be smart to pass along:
Recordings of past meetings are on our YouTube channel at Fidalgo Democrats.


News from Dave Paul:

Dave has been hard at work across the district! Here's a few community updates: 

  • On Monday, Dave was named a WA Skills Center Superhero! Washington Skills Centers--like the Northwest Career and Technical Academy in Mount Vernon and the Sno-Isle Tech Center in Everett--provides valuable job training and career pathways for high school students across our state.

  • Dave toured the Snohomish County PUD Solar Project in Arlington to see how the PUD and our state are partnering to build a more resilient electric grid.

  • Last week, Dave attended the groundbreaking of the Mount Vernon Library Commons Project. This project is a testament for what we can achieve when state, local, and federal leaders listen to community needs and work together!

We have some exciting events coming up as well!

  • Saturday, Sept. 24th: Three campaigns in the 10th LD are having a day of action this coming Saturday Sept 24th, from 10:00 to 2:00. Please join us at 9:45 at the coffee shop in front of IGA on Camano. We will be knocking on doors until 2:00, and there will be a meet and greet with Dave, Clyde, and Janet right after. For more info, email

  • We have two forums coming up: The Stanwood/Camano branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) will be hosting a forum on Oct. 12th, and the League of Women Voters will be hosting a forum on Oct. 20th. More info to come!

For more volunteer opportunities, email or visit our website.

We hope to see you at some of these events soon--the election is coming up quick! 



Art Off The Wall!

Thank you to all the great volunteers who

donated so much time to plan and work

the auction, to our local artists for donating

their original art and to all the members

who parted with their art off the wall!

Thank you Bruce and Mary Margaret for

planning and inspiration and

Jack Gunter for your humor and generosity!

Special thanks to the Cats for sticking with

us throughout!

You all made our Auction a success!