Folks have been very active! Here are some pictures from recent events:

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BCDCC Regular Meeting will be held September 20, 2017. Special order of business:

  • Report on PDC Court case with Attorney General (this is old stuff pursued by freedom foundation)
  • Elections will be held for the following
    – Chair
    – Vice Chair
    – Treasurer
  • Elections Committee has approved list of candidates for endorsement by the body for general

Details on Facebook

Jessica Monterey González has put together a DACA letter – Please download, put in your information, and send to your representative. Thank you!!
New Code of Conduct/Ethics policy from the Washington State Democratic Party.
Newsletter – the August edition of our newsletter has been released.  We started a new series on Immigration – please check it out!  We plan on monthly releases – all suggestions are encouraged, please use this google form.

Upcoming Events

Bisexual Visibility Day is September 23rd.
A discussion will be held at the Richland library – see details on Facebook
Save the date for Jingle & Jazz 2017!
When: November 17, 5:30 PM – 10 PM
Where: Red Lion Hotel in Pasco.The holiday parties will be coming at us fast, this is a very worthy cause. Come have some fun and support our special needs community!!

Details on Facebook.

Summer of Canvas
This winter, we resisted. Now it’s time for Democrats to go on offense.  When Democrats only focus on elections in big presidential years, we miss opportunities to win important local races that build our bench and impact our communities.  We need to talk – and listen — to voters all year…

Election Day was August 1st!

Meet The Candidates
Forum Livestream Meet The Candidates - PascoForum Livestream Meet The Candidates - KennewickForum Livestream
The Tri-City Young Democrats Candidate Forum was June 29th. A livestream of the event is available and there is a write-up on the WA 8th LD Democrats blog.

Committee News

The July meeting minutes are available. All minutes are posted on the Documents and Resources page.

Carol Moser gave a presentation on the Medicaid Transformation Project, part of the Washington’s “Healthier Washington Initiative”. The Medicaid usage numbers for our area are very interesting! John Christenson wrote a short introduction.

As part of the new business in the June meeting Richard Badalamente spoke about the division in our party. He has written an article on the WA 8th LD Democrats blog “Are we living up to our principles as we work to strengthen our party, win back our political power, and strive to protect and preserve “a more perfect union?” . You can read the full article Are We Living Up To Our Principles?

Tech Day
There was a Tech Day on April 2 from 1:30-4:15 PM at the Richland Public Library. But if you missed it, never fear. We still have our corps of volunteers on retainer. If you would like to have some help with your internet stuff, please send us an email by clicking the link below.

I Need Tech Help

BCDCC Officers for 2017-2018

Recent Events

Support an Inclusive Richland

Details on Facebook

The Inclusion Statement

The Democrats’ booth at the Benton Franklin County Fair was a success.  Thanks to all those who staffed shifts and a special thanks to Richard Badalamente, Becky Voll, and Jennifer Goulet for getting things organized.

When: Saturday July 29th at 12 PM – 2 PM
Where: Corner of West Canal Drive & North Columbia Center Blvd, Kennewick, WA 99336Make a sign that says why accessible healthcare coverage is important to you and join us on Saturday, July 29th, as we tell Senators NO to this attack on women, our families and our communities.Details can be found on FacebookHosted By:
Our Lives on the Line —
The Woman’s March —
Pride Festival – we had a booth at the Pride Festival July 16th at John Dam Plaza. Visit the event page to see pictures and Galen Ettlin’s video!

New Documents and Resources

The revised governance documents (Rules, Policy Guide, and Bylaws) are available on the Documents and Resources page.

2016 Election Results
We have added a link in our Documents and Resources page to a spreadsheet showing the 2106 Election Results precinct by precinct.

Precinct Committee Officers (PCOs)
Precinct Committee Officers (PCOs) are responsible for organizing the precinct. However, in many precincts the PCO is vacant.