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Congratulations and on to the General Election November 8

U.S. Senator Patty Murray....53.09%  (Tiffany Smiley 33.14%)

Congressman Rick Larsen...54%       (Dan Matthews  16.9%)

Sec of State Steve Hobbs....40.61%   (Julie Anderson  12.93%)

Representative Dave Paul.....54.26%    (Karen Letsetmoe 45.63%)

Rep Candidate Clyde Shavers...52%     (Greg Gilday  47.92%)

Commissioner Janet St Clair....49.2%  (Tim Hazelo  38.71%)

New York Times highlighted Tiffany Smiley as an election denier and how she has tried to sanitize and hide her extreme views about the 2020 election from Washington voters ahead of the general.

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!


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! 


Notes from the CID meeting September 21.

It’s been a good summer for CID and our candidates. We had great success at our Art Off the Wall fundraiser. Our candidates had great success in the primary as well.

  • Guest speaker was Tony Lam, Candidate for Island County Treasurer.

  • To learn more about Tony Lam visit

  • We finalized our budget and proposed a committee to update our Bylaws.