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Representation: How It’s Meant to Work

Hosted by the Tri-City Democrats

Friday, February 14, 2020 at 6 PM – 8 PM

Benton PUD, 2721 W. 10th Ave., Kennewick, WA

Potluck to start (at 6). At 6:30 we’ll start our meeting. We want to provide an introduction to the various ways we are represented locally (by precinct, Legislative District, County, Congressional District, Port, School Board, City Council, Fire District, etc). We also want to cover the upcoming presidential primary process, which is new to everyone. And we want to talk about what it means to be a Delegate in that process.

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Tri-Cities Womxn’s March 2020

Hosted by the Tri-Cities Womxn’s March

March 8, 2020 at 1:00 PM

Volunteer Park, Pasco, WA

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Hello All!! 👋🏾 We are excited to be planning this year’s Tri-Cities Womxn’s March. This year the march will be held on March 8th, International Womxn’s Day! This was done to honor Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, which coincides with the original Womxn’s March weekend. During that weekend, there are several special events that honor our black community that we encourage you to attend.

Join us for planning meetings Wednesdays at Barnes and Noble @ 6:30 pm. We would love your input!

More news to come!!


 

Announcements

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The Presidential Primary is coming! It’s time to get active for your preferred candidate. Find contact information for the campaigns on our 2020 Presidential Campaign page.


Links to recently-approved resolutions have been added to the Documents and Resources page.


Courtesy of the Washington State Democratic Central Committee, here is a document that provides several things to know about the current primary elections. Local Democratic organizations and party members are encouraged to review this so we can provide good help to our voters during this cycle. Click here for Things to Know.


Approved Bylaws, Policy Guide, and Rules

Revisions to the three governance documents were approved at our monthly meeting on April 17.


Committee News

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We are working on a messaging campaign for use in all media that ends with the tagline, “—you might be a Democrat,”  Take a look at our current list of messages on this Google Sheet. If you have more catchy lines, please send them to secretary@bencodems.org.

Here’s an excellent article on methods for activism to be effective. Practical Activism – Go for the Money

Our own Richard Badalamente has a cogent post on the contents of the Mueller Report, including the answers to a number of pressing questions.

BCDCC Officers and Subcommittee Chairs for 2019-2020


The Benton County Democratic Central Committee is searching for a Newsletter editor, if you’re interested please check out information here:  http://bencodems.org/newsletter-editor/

Recent Events

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Scheduled for Thursday, January 9 at 4:30! PM at  the John Dam Plaza in Richland.

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Scheduled for Tuesday, December 17 at 4:30 PM at  the John Dam Plaza in Richland.

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Tickets are available
Alternatively you can send a check to BCDCC at P.O. BOX 636, Richland, WA 99252. Use the online link to determine the correct amount.

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

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Documents and Resources

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

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

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