Make 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 Facebook
Recommendations by the elections committee and confirmed by the body at the September 20, 2017 meeting:
City of Kennewick
Council Pos. 1 ward 1 – Lindy Verhei
Council Pos. 2 ward 2 – Steve Lee
Council Pos. 4 at large – Christy Watts
City of Richland
Council Pos. 1 – Rhoda Williams
Council Pos. 3 – Sandra Kent
Council Pos. 4 – Ginger Wireman
Council Pos. 7 – Dori Luzzo Gilmour
City of West Richland
Council Pos. 3 – Gail Brown
Council Pos. 6 – Kate Moran
Prosser Consolidated School District
Director District 4 – Maricela Sanchez
Richland School District 400
District No. 1- Heather Cleary
District No. 2 – Rick Jansons
Kennewick School District 17
Director No. 1 – Heather Kintzley
A CANDIDATE list, with all candidates is available for downloading here. The list contains links to the voters pamphlet. Our recommendations are highlighted in green.
The Indivisible Voter’s Guide is here! Please share widely. The URL – http://tinyurl.com/tc-voters-2017
|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!|
Election Day is November 7th
- Benton County Primary Results
- Benton County Voter Pamphlet
- Indivisible WA-4 Voter’s Guide
- Link to Offices Open for Election
|Meet The Candidates|
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|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.|
For those interested in hearing our state representatives in action, here is a link to a recording of the Town Hall they held on March 11. It’s a couple of hours long.
CougVotes is pleased to present a public Town Hall to address the concerns of the constituents of Washington’s 4th Congressional District. We have invited Rep. Dan Newhouse, our Congressman, and his staffers from the Richland office to field YOUR questions about federal policy and how it affects Central Washington. If Rep. Newhouse or his staffers can’t make it, we will have a panel ready to answer questions based on Rep. Newhouse’s public statements.
The event will be held in the East Auditorium (TEST 266) on the WSU Tri-Cities campus.
All constituents of Washington’s 4th Congressional District are welcome to attend. If you’re not sure which district you live in, please check if Rep. Newhouse is your Representative: http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/
We invite constituents with all political perspectives, but we emphasize the importance of civility and respectful discourse at this event.
Seating is limited to 150 people, so please show up early. We plan to live-stream this event on Facebook and will try to take questions from viewers as well as the audience.
Associated Students of WSU Tri-Cities
Indivisible: Washington State 4th Congressional District
The location for the Young Democrats Elections meeting on Wednesday. February 22, has been changed to the Community Unitarian Universalist Church at 2819 W. Sylvester Street in Pasco. The meeting time is the same, 5:30 PM.
The minutes for the January Reorganization meeting are available. It would be good for PCO’s and potential PCO’s to review them before Wednesday’s meeting.
Lots of good stuff has been added to our calendar. Our friends in the community are being busy.
The Young Democrats of Tri Cities met tonight. Ansley Gerhard did an AWESOME job with some help by Dylan Wright-Mockler. More than 50 people showed up. They’re resurrecting this organization, brushing off the dust, rolling up their sleeves and getting to work.
We’re proud of you, ready to help you however we can, and so excited to be working with you going forward.