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MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR OUR FEBRUARY  20th MEETING!  Join Camano Island Democrats Thursday, Feb. 20th, 7PM to meet Helen Price Johnson,  State Senate candidate,  Suzanne Woodard, State Representative candidate and  Melanie Bacon,  Island County Commissioner candidate District One which encompasses all of Whidbey Island south of the greater Oak Harbor area. Bring your questions!  All are welcome to attend. Location: Vista Madrona fire station, 273 N west Camano drive.  

New election laws - Effective July 1, 2019:

Return postage prepaid for all elections – Return postage will be paid for all elections.  Voters may use a ballot drop box, located at Camano Annex - 127 N. East Camano Drive,​or return ballots by postal mail at no cost. 

Same Day Registration

 – Voters may now register to vote in person up to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Electronic Registrations – Registrations submitted electronically (Motor Voter, Online, etc.) must be submitted no later than 8 days prior to an election.

Mail In Registrations –

Registrations submitted through the postal mail must be received by an Elections Official no later than 8 days prior to an election.

Early Registration –

Future voters age 16 and 17 may now register to vote.  Your registration will be kept "on hold" until you will be 18 years of age at the next election.  At that time, you will be registered to vote.

Recent Events: 

GLOBAL CLIMATE STRIKE in STANWOOD (pictures to follow)       


 Friday, September 20, 1:00 PM     Stanwood City Hall   



On Friday, July 12th

members of the Camano and Stanwood communityenthusiastically participated in the Lights for Liberty global vigil to end Human Detention Camps in the United States. All waved their homemade signs in support of asylum seekers and to protest their treatment under the Trump administration.(see pictures) Lights for Liberty is a global coalition of people dedicated to human rights, and the fundamental principle that all humans have a right to life, liberty and dignity. 

Saturday, July 13th

The Island County Democrats held their quarterly meeting at the  Camano Multi-purpose Center. Many Camano residents new to Island County Democrats attended. Representative Dave Paul updated the crowd on his first year in the legislature and fielded questions from the audience.  The Green New Deal was discussed as well as potential local candidates and summer events.

After the ICD meeting State Rep. Dave Paul held a well attended Town Hall at the Camano Library. Dave gave an update on his first legislative session. Progress in Healthcare, Education and Enviromental protections was made as well as funding to create a task force on environmental justice and health disparities.  Dave Paul co-sponsored the House version of Senate Bill 5511 which will help ensure that more communities will see expanded access to broadband.   Representative Paul answered questions from constituents ranging from Orcas to water on Camano to taxes and traffic on 532. For more information or to sign up for his newsletter contact Dave at dave.paul@leg.wa.gov, or by phone at 360-786-7014. 




Thank you to Island County

Sheriff, Rick Felici,and

Camano Island Fire Chief,

Levon Yengoyan for

meeting with

Camano Island Democrats

May 16th.

The meeting was informative

and appreciated! 

Great to see Representative Dave Paul at our Camano Island Democrats booth at Beer, Brats and Biz, an annual event put on by the Chamber of Commerce.  Good music and fun for families. We had lots of visitors, helped people register to vote and shared different petitions. 



Janet St. Clair, our Island County Commissioner, 

Dave Paul our Representative


Rebecca Wolfe PUD


dave paul pic.jpg

Thank you Volunteers, Candidates, Musicians and all who came to the Rally to Get Out The Vote 2018!!


April 7, 2019, the Washington State Democratic Central Committee (WSDCC) voted 121 to 40 to use our presidential primary to allocate delegates to candidates instead of precinct caucuses.  The results of the primary, March 10, 2020 will determine the number of delegates  each candidate receives.  After the primary, the party will use the caucus system to choose delegates to the party’s state and national conventions. 

Connect with Washington State Democrats  to read more. Or link to Washington State Democrats Facebook page.