16. September 2022 · Comments Off on Doug White Insider 9-16-2022 · Categories: Committee News, Elections

INSIDER

SEPTEMBER 16, 2022


The Right Priorities

I see a future for Central Washington when others do not. I see our water projects finished, immigration reform enacted, wages rising, community centers thriving and our energy needs being met. Some call this pie in the sky, but I call it good math.

You see, there is money to do all these things, it is our money! What we have been told is that any money spent on us or our district is wasteful and is going to raise the deficit and destroy our economy. What they don’t tell you is that our government officials can redirect money to different priorities without raising taxes or the deficit, they just don’t think we are a priority.

What do they support instead of us? They supported increasing our deficit by eight trillion dollars during the last administration with nothing coming to us. They back policies that lost us precious foreign markets and our economy billions of dollars. They backed reducing the corporate tax rate from 35% to 21% thereby slashing our federal tax revenue by over a trillion dollars and passing the burden to us!

There is enough of our tax dollars to defend this country and invest in ourselves. We need someone with the right set of priorities.

It was another busy week! I went from Omak for the Okanogan County Fair across to Nespelem for an interview. Stopped for a radio show then headed south to Bingen for the annual Huckleberry Festival and parade. Then I went to Pasco on Saturday for the Fiery Food Festival. The last stop was in Tieton Farm and Creamery where I had such a great time discussing the issue of fresh-water shortage and sharing my vision on how to support our community the most on farming and infrastructure.In between and around all of that I was talking to people all up and down this district along with city councils and just examining everything myself. This is a beautiful area with so much to give. We should not trust it to those that don’t respect it. Those that refuse to protect us from drought, refuse land management to stop the wildfires, and deny our changing climate while our farmers suffer crop loss. I am ready to make a change. I hope I have your vote.

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We are Phone Banking every Tuesday and Thursday from now till the election. Canvassers are needed, please contact us to sign up in your county or area. We will provide all you need. Text banking is coming soon! Please check out the events page for Get Out the Vote event near you!


Our upcoming campaign events in Kennewick, Methow Valley, and Yakima are the perfect opportunity to meet Doug and hear his vision for our district directly from him.

Can’t make it to an event? Please consider contributing to Doug’s campaign as we enter the final weeks of the election!

See you on the campaign trail,
Team Doug

We need volunteers! Phone banking, Texting, Canvassing, Letter writing and so much more. Join us now for Blue in ’22.

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¡¡Necesitamos voluntarios! Llamadas telefónicas, mensajes de texto, campañas de publicidad, escribir cartas y mucho más. Únase a nosotros ahora para la democracia en ’22.


09. September 2022 · Comments Off on Doug White Insider 9-9-2022 · Categories: Committee News, Elections

INSIDER

SEPTEMBER 2022


Election is in full swing, and Doug is crisscrossing the district to meet voters and talk about the issues facing Central Washington. 


Doug joins supporters for a meal in Goldendale – Klickitat County. District 4 Is a big district and no one will be left behind. Doug always wants to share his vision for a better community as well as make sure that everyone in every part of the District can voice their concern.

Early this week, Doug was on the radio with KOMW radio, chatting with the people of Omak – Okanogan County. He had a chance to inform everyone about some critical projects he plans to implement when elected, including drought resistance, better infrastructure, and his stand on universal healthcare.

Doug visited Richard – a retired Veteran that attended one of Newhouse’s Veterans events. There was one person to help 500 Veterans and 18 months later, Richard is still waiting on a response. Newhouse voted no on the first PACT Act vote.We have to do better at supporting our veterans!

While enjoying a good time at the Okanogan County Fair on Thursday, we asked children to vote on what was their biggest concern, and surprisingly, it was Child Care and Gun Safety – two critical focal points that Doug want to address in Congress.

We had so much fun at the Benton-Franklin Fair & Rodeo Grand Parade!


Our upcoming campaign events in Kennewick, Methow Valley, and Yakima are the perfect opportunity to meet Doug and hear his vision for our district directly from him.

Check out our calendar of events below and sign up to join us!

Can’t make it to an event? Please consider contributing to Doug’s campaign as we enter the final weeks of the election!

See you on the campaign trail,

Team Doug

We need volunteers! Phone banking, Texting, Canvassing, Letter writing and so much more. Join us now for Blue in ’22.

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¡¡Necesitamos voluntarios! Llamadas telefónicas, mensajes de texto, campañas de publicidad, escribir cartas y mucho más. Únase a nosotros ahora para la democracia en ’22.


19. August 2022 · Comments Off on Doug White Update 8-19-2022 · Categories: Committee News, Elections

Next Steps

It is wonderful to hear so many people stepping up and offering to support my campaign. We need everyone! We will win because we have the strongest ground game. There is nothing that motivates a voter more than direct voter contact. We have knocked on more doors, called, texted, sent more post cards, written more letters to the editor and attended more events than any of the other candidates. We will continue to do this through November 8th and through all my terms in Congress. The job of a Representative is to listen to the people, take their message to congress, pass legislation and bring our tax dollars home to invest in our future. Sadly this simple truth has been lost on our politicians.

Flip the narrative. As I travel up and down this district I hear, from mostly republicans, that investing in our country and in the people of this nation is destroying us. How have we got to the point where people think anytime good is done for them that it is a trick or scam? Like a dog beaten by its master we shrink away from even a kind hand. It is long overdue to put people back in control, not politicians. They serve at our pleasure not the other way around.

We will be at the Benton/ Franklin County Fair tomorrow Saturday August 20th. If you want to walk with us or the Benton County Democrats then you need to be there at 9am. We won’t know where in line we will be until we check in tomorrow morning, but I will Facebook live our location.

We are everywhere! This last week alone we were at 1 city council, 2 fairs and a day in Goldendale took us to 5 different stops. Check out the pictures.

We need volunteers! Phone banking, Texting, Canvassing, Letter writing and so much more. Join us now for Blue in ’22.

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¡¡Necesitamos voluntarios! Llamadas telefónicas, mensajes de texto, campañas de publicidad, escribir cartas y mucho más. Únase a nosotros ahora para la democracia en ’22.

15. July 2022 · Comments Off on Doug White Update 7-15-2022 · Categories: Committee News, Elections

Why We Will Win! Por qué ganaremos!

I feel the biggest obstacle to Doug’s campaign is the ingrained belief that the 4th Congressional District is solidly Republican and a Democrat cannot win.  After reviewing voter registration data and statistics for the 4th Congressional district, Doug does not believe that is the case.

According to Doug’s campaign: 

  • There are 390,000 registered voters in the 4th district. 
  • 48,000 are flagged as likely Republican or consistently vote Republican 
  • 56000 are flagged as likely Democratic or consistently vote Democratic 
  • 35,000 are flagged as likely Independent with either a Democratic or Republican lean 

For the other 251,000, there’s either no data (because they are registered but don’t vote in any partisan races) or their preference isn’t predictable 

As you can see, there are not that many registered voters in this district who will consistently vote for a straight Republican ticket.  There are, in fact, more voters who will consistently vote for a straight Democratic ticket.  You could ask then: How do Republicans consistently win?  We believe it’s because this area is very conservative, not Republican, and a lot of people vote based on a general impression of who will win. It’s an emotional choice, not necessarily a logical one. 

To that end, we are not targeting voters based on party.  We are largely targeting voters that consider themselves Independent and have voted for both Republicans and Democrats.  Again, we believe this isn’t a solidly ‘red’ district, it’s a solidly ‘conservative’ district.  A lot of that ‘conservatism’ is just ‘pragmatism,’ and we believe it’s likely that pragmatic voters will realize that the current group of Republican candidates aren’t practical small-government conservatives; they are ideological extremists who we believe everyone is tired of.  However, there’s a very specific type of voter that wants more of that; but that voter is not in the majority in our fair district. 

In a lot of areas in our district, the vast majority of eligible voters either aren’t registered or are non-participatory.  Take Pasco, for example, where only about 15-20% of eligible voters actively participate yearly.  As a campaign, we strongly believe that if those voters saw a message they could identify with, they would show up.  A marginal turnout rate above what we normally see could change this district. 

I truly believe this team has a path to victory, which seems to be playing out; Doug is leading in the polls and fundraising. Please take a few moments to visit Doug’s website, watch the short video, and read his campaign Vision Statement: 

https://www.dougwhite4congress.us/vision

Creo que el mayor obstáculo para la campaña de Doug es la creencia muy arraigada de que el 4º Distrito del Congreso es firmemente republicano y que un demócrata no puede ganar.  Después de revisar los datos de registro de votantes y las estadísticas del 4º distrito del Congreso, Doug no cree que ese sea el caso.

Según la campaña de Doug: 

Hay 390.000 votantes registrados en el 4º distrito. 
48.000 están marcados como probables republicanos o votan regularmente por el partido republicano 
56.000 están marcados como probables demócratas o votan regularmente a favor de los demócratas 
35.000 están marcados como probables independientes con una inclinación demócrata o republicana 
Para los otros 251.000, o bien no hay datos (porque están registrados pero no votan en ninguna elección partidista) o bien su preferencia no es determinable.

Como puede ver, no hay muchos votantes registrados en este distrito que voten regularmente por una candidatura republicana.  De hecho, hay más votantes que votan regularmente por una candidatura demócrata.  Se podría preguntar entonces: ¿Cómo es que los republicanos ganan sistemáticamente?  Creemos que es porque esta zona es muy conservadora, no republicana, y mucha gente vota basándose en una impresión general de quién va a ganar. Es una elección emocional, no necesariamente lógica. 

Para ello, no nos dirigimos a los votantes en función del partido.  Nos dirigimos principalmente a los votantes que se consideran independientes y que han votado tanto por los republicanos como por los demócratas.  De nuevo, creemos que este no es un distrito exclusivamente “rojo”, sino que es un distrito exclusivamente “conservador”.  Gran parte de ese ” conservatismo ” es simplemente ” pragmatismo “, y creemos que es probable que los votantes pragmáticos se den cuenta de que el grupo actual de candidatos republicanos no son conservadores prácticos de gobierno pequeño; son extremistas ideológicos de los que creemos que todo el mundo está cansado.  Sin embargo, hay un tipo muy específico de votante que quiere más de eso; pero ese votante no es la mayoría en nuestro justo distrito. 

En muchas zonas de nuestro distrito, la gran mayoría de los votantes elegibles no están registrados o no participan.  Por ejemplo, en Pasco, donde sólo entre el 15 y el 20% de los votantes con derecho a voto participan activamente cada año.  Como campaña, creemos firmemente que si esos votantes vieran un mensaje con el que se identificaran, participarían.  Una cifra de participación marginal por encima de lo que vemos normalmente podría cambiar este distrito. 

Realmente creo que este equipo tiene un camino a la victoria, que parece estar desarrollando; Doug está liderando en las encuestas y la recaudación de fondos. Por favor, tómese unos minutos para visitar el sitio web de Doug, ver el video corto, y leer su declaración de visión de la campaña:

https://www.dougwhite4congress.us/vision

Un evento comunitario: puestos comunitarios y conocer a los candidatos al Distrito 4 del Congreso del estado de Washington

This is a community event: community resources, booths and meet the candidates for Congressional District 4.

Entre tarjetas postales, llamadas telefónicas y puerta a puerta, más de 75 personas ayudaron a la campaña esta semana, y cada día recibimos más llamadas telefónicas y correos electrónicos.  Nuestra campaña no funcionaría sin una comunidad así.

Between postcards, phone banking and door-to-door, over 75 people helped the campaign this week- and we are getting more phone calls and emails every day.  Our campaign wouldn’t work without our community like that!

We need volunteers! Phone banking, Texting, Canvassing, Letter writing and so much more. Join us now for Blue in ’22.

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¡¡Necesitamos voluntarios! Llamadas telefónicas, mensajes de texto, campañas de publicidad, escribir cartas y mucho más. Únase a nosotros ahora para la democracia en ’22.

08. July 2022 · Comments Off on Doug White Update 7-8-2022 · Categories: Committee News, Elections


GOTV Volunteer Weekend!

Three parades and four cities drove home the importance of the 4th of July. It highlighted the importance of the January 6th hearings and why we celebrate every year our refusal of insurrectionists and minority ideologies. It also kicked off the count down to midterm elections. It is now full push for getting out our message and getting out the vote. We need volunteers.

Phone Banking with the Washington State Dems! Join us by Zoom or at the Yakima Democrats office for pizza! Friday July 9th from 2pm – 4pm. 

Canvassing in MLK Park in Yakima Sunday July 10th from 12pm – 3pm. The Washington State Dems are joining us and there will be a party in the park after! Click the link below to RSVP. 


The first Latino organized candidate forum in Pasco. We fully supported and put our resources behind making it a success and it was! This was the most powerful candidate forums I have participated in to date. The questions were tough, relevant and unending. Thank you to Tierra Vida and all the other businesses and community organizations that made it all possible. 


Entre tarjetas postales, llamadas telefónicas y puerta a puerta, más de 75 personas ayudaron a la campaña esta semana, y cada día recibimos más llamadas telefónicas y correos electrónicos.  Nuestra campaña no funcionaría sin una comunidad así.

Between postcards, phone banking and door-to-door, over 75 people helped the campaign this week- and we are getting more phone calls and emails every day.  Our campaign wouldn’t work without our community like that!



¡Su pancarta está aquí! 

Your yard sign is here!

Sesquicentennial! Goldendale is celebrating 150 years! I will be there for the parade and all the Community Days festivities. Join us. 

We need volunteers! Phone banking, Texting, Canvassing, Letter writing and so much more. Join us now for Blue in ’22.

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¡¡Necesitamos voluntarios! Llamadas telefónicas, mensajes de texto, campañas de publicidad, escribir cartas y mucho más. Únase a nosotros ahora para la democracia en ’22.

30. June 2022 · Comments Off on Doug White Update 6-30-2022 · Categories: Committee News, Elections

We Will Not Go Backwards! ¡No vamos a ir hacia atrás!

El boletín se adelantó un día esta semana porque hoy es el cierre del cuatrimestre. Este es un gran empuje para conseguir dólares para la presentación de informes de la FEC. He recaudado más dinero que mis contrincantes republicanos y están asustados. Tenemos que permanecer en el primer lugar. Por favor, donar antes del final de hoy. 
Gracias.
Doug
The newsletter is a day early this week because today is the Quarter close. This is a big push to get dollars in for FEC reporting. I have raised more money than my Republican challengers and they are scared. We need to stay in first place. Please give before the end of today. 
Thank you
Doug

uestro inicio de campaña de verano en la cervecería Single Hill en Yakima llenó la casa. Los demócratas y aquellos que creen en el proceso democrático llenaron el espacio de energía mientras discutíamos: energía, salmón, infraestructura, inmigración y mucho más.

Our Summer Campaign Kickoff at Single Hill Brewery in Yakima packed the house. Democrats and those that believe in the democratic process filled the space with energy as we discussed: energy, salmon, infrastructure, immigration, and much more.



La Convención Demócrata del Estado de Washington 2022. Me reuní con Tina P. y Marie Pérez, la candidata demócrata para el CD3, y con muchos demócratas energizados. Fue la primera vez en 2 años y medio que la convención se celebró en persona.

The Washington State Democratic Convention 2022. I met with Tina P. Marie Perez the dem candidate for CD3 and so many energized democrats. It was the first time in 2 1/2 years that the convention was held in person.

El tiempo que pasé en el festival de mariachis de las Tri-Cities me mostró nuestra fuerza cuando trabajamos juntos. La violencia en la comunidad, la falta de vivienda y otros problemas que aquejan a nuestras ciudades son problemas que podemos resolver. Gracias a la Cámara de Comercio Hispana de Tri-Cities y a todos los que asistieron.

My time at the Tri-Cities Mariachi festival showed me our strength when we work together. Community violence, homelessness, and other problems plaguing our towns are problems we can solve. Thank you to the Tri-Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and all that attended.

Entre tarjetas postales, llamadas telefónicas y puerta a puerta, más de 75 personas ayudaron a la campaña esta semana, y cada día recibimos más llamadas telefónicas y correos electrónicos.  Nuestra campaña no funcionaría sin una comunidad así.

Between postcards, phone banking and door-to-door, over 75 people helped the campaign this week- and we are getting more phone calls and emails every day.  Our campaign wouldn’t work without our community like that!


Recaudación de fondos en White Salmon con el candidato LD14 Chris Faison y Tracy Rushing. Gracias por abrir su casa. Además, me detuve y hablé con los propietarios de pequeñas empresas en toda la ciudad. Trato de no desperdiciar ninguna oportunidad

White Salmon Fundraiser with LD14 candidate Chris Faison and Tracy Rushing. Thank you for opening your home. Also, I stopped and talked to small business owners all across town. I try not to waste any opportunity. 

¡Su pancarta está aquí! 

Your yard sign is here!

We need volunteers! Phone banking, Texting, Canvassing, Letter writing and so much more. Join us now for Blue in ’22.

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¡¡Necesitamos voluntarios! Llamadas telefónicas, mensajes de texto, campañas de publicidad, escribir cartas y mucho más. Únase a nosotros ahora para la democracia en ’22.

25. June 2022 · Comments Off on Doug White Update 6-25-2022 · Categories: Committee News, Elections

En qué me distingo: Yo construyo en lugar de derribar. He compartido el escenario con seis candidatos republicanos. Lo he hecho cuatro veces en el último mes y la retórica se vuelve más extrema con cada evento. Esta última semana estuve en Tonasket y uno de los candidatos declaró que se sentiría desnudo sin su arma y estábamos en el auditorio de una escuela. Su agenda es singular: Destituir a Biden y eliminar su administración ilegítima, desmantelar el Departamento de Educación para que todos los niños puedan ser educados en casa, eliminar todas las restricciones a la adquisición de armas y eliminar el gobierno de la salud, para privatizarla por completo en busca de eficiencia y ganancias financieras. Trato de entender su agenda y todo lo que escucho es anarquía sin ningún plan de futuro. ¿Cuál es el beneficio de tener un país de ciudadanos armados, sin gobierno, mal educados y enfermos? Mi plan para el futuro de la parte central de Washington es muy diferente. Ofreceré independencia financiera y energética. Nos libraremos de la dependencia de los combustibles fósiles para el año 2030 y devolveré el dinero de nuestros impuestos para invertirlo en nosotros. Invirtiendo el dinero de nuestros impuestos en nosotros mismos podremos reconstruir nuestra infraestructura, liberarnos de los combustibles fósiles para el 2030 y atraer a la industria con empleos de salario familiar.

– Doug

How I am different. I build up rather than tear down. I have been sharing the stage with six republican candidates. I have done this four times over the last month and the rhetoric gets more extreme with each event. This last week I was in Tonasket and one of the candidates declared that he would feel naked without his gun and we were in a school auditorium. Their agenda is singular: Impeach Biden and remove his illegitimate administration, dismantle the Department of Education so all kids can be homeschooled, remove all restrictions on gun ownership and remove government from healthcare, completely privatizing it for efficiency and profit. I try to figure out their agenda and all I hear is anarchy without any future plans. What is the benefit of having a country of gun-toting, governmentless, poorly educated, and sickly citizens. My plan for the future of Central Washington is vastly different. I will deliver financial and energy independence. We will be free from dependence on fossil fuels by 2030 and I will bring our tax dollars back to invest in us! By investing our tax dollars in ourselves we can rebuild our infrastructure, be free of fossil fuels by 2030 and attract industry with family-wage jobs.

– Doug


¡Somos número 1 en las encuestas! Esta es una de varias encuestas realizadas por los republicanos y siempre estoy en la cima. ¡Votar en estas primarias es de vital importancia, la única manera de que yo salga #1 es que ustedes voten!

We are #1 in the polls! This is one of several polls conducted by republicans and I am always on top. Voting in this primary is critically important, the only way that I come out #1 is for you to VOTE! 


Un viaje rápido a Spokane para hablar ante el sindicato de maquinistas. Tengo el honor de ser respaldado por el local 751. Me reuní con el candidato demócrata Natasha Hill del distrito 5. Siguió con una visita a Tecate Grill y luego de vuelta a CD4. 

A quick trip to Spokane to speak and the Machinists Union. I am honored to be endorsed by local 751. I met CD5 Democratic candidate Natasha Hill. Followed up with a meet and greet at Tecate Grill and the back to CD4.


Turning Point USA, Okanogan Branch invited me to their candidate forum where I shared the stage with the republican candidates. There was trouble as some brought guns into the school auditorium. Be safe and be sane.

Turning Point USA, de Okanogan, me invitó a su foro de candidatos donde compartí el escenario con los candidatos republicanos. Hubo problemas ya que algunos llevaron armas al auditorio de la escuela. Manténgase a salvo.


Ven a reunirte con nosotros y con un grupo de colaboradores para conocer a Doug y compartir tus pensamientos, opiniones y creencias. Estamos iniciando el último mes antes de las elecciones primarias y no podía pensar en un mejor lugar que la ciudad natal de Doug. Si usted no puede asistir visite nuestro sitio web para una transmisión en vivo de Facebook. 

Localidad/Location: Single Hill Brewery
102 N. Naches Ave, Yakima
Monday, June 27th @ 5:30 - 7

Come join us and a bunch of supporters to meet Doug and share your thoughts, views, and beliefs. We are kicking off the last month before the primary elections and could not think of a better place than Doug’s hometown. If you can not attend check out our website for a Facebook Live stream. 

Ninguna ciudad es demasiado pequeña. La semana pasada visitamos pequeños negocios en Bridgeport, Brewster y todo el norte hasta Oroville. Todas las voces son importantes en esta campaña.

No town is too small. This past week we visited small businesses in Bridgeport, Brewster, and all the way north to Oroville. Every voice matters in this campaign!

¡Su pancarta está aquí! 

Your yard sign is here!

El foro de candidatos de las mujeres republicanas de la cuenca de Columbia tuvo lugar el sábado 18 de junio en Tri-Cities. Compartí el escenario con 5 de los aspirantes republicanos. De todos los debates en los que he participado, este tuvo las preguntas más fuertes y el formato más ajustado. Nos obligó a los candidatos a dar respuestas claras y meditadas de la manera más concisa. Agradecí la profesionalidad y la oportunidad de escuchar y compartir opiniones.

The Columbia Basin Republican Women’s candidate forum was on Saturday, June 18th in the Tri-Cities. I shared the stage with 5 of the republican challengers. Of all the debates that I have participated in, this one had the strongest questions and the tightest format. It made us candidates provide clear and thoughtful answers in the most concise way. I appreciated the professionalism and opportunity to listen and share opinions. 

We need volunteers! Phone banking, Texting, Canvassing, Letter writing and so much more. Join us now for Blue in ’22.

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¡¡Necesitamos voluntarios! Llamadas telefónicas, mensajes de texto, campañas de publicidad, escribir cartas y mucho más. Únase a nosotros ahora para la democracia en ’22.

17. June 2022 · Comments Off on Doug White Update 6-17-2022 · Categories: Committee News, Elections

Fighting fear with joy.  

Combatiendo el miedo con alegría.

Este mes de junio nos dedicamos a celebrar las libertades que hemos conseguido. Es algo absurdo en muchos niveles porque la Constitución trata a todos por igual. Son las actitudes y acciones de la gente contra las que luchamos. Este es el primer año en que el 19 de junio se reconoce como fiesta nacional (Juneteenth) y lo celebramos. Junio es el mes del PRIDE y lo celebramos. Pero, y lamentablemente siempre hay un pero, nuestra celebración se ve afectada este año por los ataques agresivos de aquellos que se sienten amenazados por el concepto de protección igualitaria y libertad para todos. Ya sea el “no digas gay”, o la negación del racismo institucionalizado, o el tratar a los trabajadores como siervos, o el rechazar el derecho de la mujer a la autonomía sobre su cuerpo, o el creer que los derechos de portar un arma de fuego descuidadamente es más importante que el derecho de un niño a vivir. Mientras haya personas que nos miren como si fuéramos “aquellos”, tendremos que estar atentos y mantenernos firmes. Espero que sus celebraciones de este mes estén llenas de grandes alegrías y promesas. 

– Doug

This month of June we take time to celebrate the freedoms we have won. This is absurd on many levels because the Constitution treats all equal. It is the attitudes and actions of people that we struggle against. This is the first year that Juneteenth is recognized as a national holiday and we celebrate. June is PRIDE month and we celebrate. But, and there is sadly always a but, our celebration is tempered this year with aggressive attacks by those that feel threatened by concept of equal protection and freedom for all. Whether it is “don’t say gay”, denial of institutionalized racism, treating workers like indentured servants, rejecting a woman’s right to autonomy over her body, or believing that those unfit to own firearm rights are more important than a child’s right to live. As long as there are people that look at us and see “them” we will need to be vigilant and stand fast. I hope your celebrations this month are filled with great joy and promise.  

-Doug

El orgullo continúa. ¡Únete a nosotros este sábado 18 de Junio para el PRIDE festival de Yakima! Después del enorme y maravilloso PRIDE del fin de semana anterior en Tri-Cities, Yakima sigue con su desfile. Un gran saludo a Wenatchee ya que celebran su PRIDE mañana también. 

¡Asegúrese de pasar por mi puesto y decir hola!

 

PRIDE continues. Join us this Saturday, June 18th for Yakima PRIDE! After last weekend's huge and wonderful PRIDE in the Tri-Cities Yakima is following up with a parade! Give a big shout-out to Wenatchee as they celebrate their pride tomorrow also. 

Be sure and show up at my booth and say hello!

Doug and the Republican challengers at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

Doug y los aspirantes republicanos en el almuerzo de la Cámara de Comercio.

Este año, el 19 de junio (Juneteenth) ha sido reconocido como fiesta nacional por primera vez. Quiero dar las gracias al Consejo de Diversidad e Inclusión de Tri-Cities por el evento Red and Black on the Green para marcar la ocasión. Estaré en el evento Juneteenth de Yakima y representantes de mi campaña estarán en Tri-Cities. Acompáñenos el sábado 18 de junio mientras celebramos esta parte tan significativa de la historia de nuestra nación y el recuerdo de aquellos que vinieron antes y han hecho tanto. Ahora nos corresponde a todos nosotros llevar adelante el trabajo.

Juneteenth is recognized as a national holiday for the first time this year. I want to thank the Tri-Cities Diversity and Inclusion Council for the Red and Black on the Green event to mark the occasion. I will be at the Yakima Juneteenth event and representatives of my campaign will be in Tri-Cities. Join us Saturday, June 18th as we mark this most significant part of our nation’s history and the remembrance of those that came before have done so much. It is now to all of us to carry the work forward.

Doug and David at the Yakima Rotary.

Doug y David en el Yakima Rotary

Doug speaks to the crowd at Cris and Tim’s home.

Doug habla con el grupo en la casa de Cris y Tim.

¡Su pancarta está aquí! 

Your yard sign is here!

¡Marcha por nuestras vidas! El 11 de junio, personas de todo el país marcharon para exigir un enfoque de sentido común para la compra y el uso de armas de fuego. En el centro de Washington, la mayoría de nosotros crecimos rodeados de armas y aprendimos a respetarlas. No tiene sentido para nosotros cuando vemos a la gente exhibiendo rifles de asalto con cargadores de alta capacidad como si estuvieran viviendo la fantasía de un videojuego. Si eres un propietario de armas responsable, sabes que se trata del tirador, no del rifle, y que la única bala que cuenta es la que está en el cargador. Si realmente estás cazando por deporte, nunca tendrías la oportunidad de usar una segunda bala.

March for our lives! On June 11th people all across the nation marched to demand a common-sense approach to firearm purchase and use. In Central Washington, most of us grew up around guns and learned respect for them. It makes no sense to us when we see people brandishing assault rifles with high-capacity magazines like they are living out some video game fantasy. If you are a responsible gun owner you know it is about the shooter, not the rifle and the only bullet that counts is the one in the chamber. If you truly are hunting for sport, you would never have a chance to use a second bullet. 

We need volunteers! Phone banking, Texting, Canvassing, Letter writing and so much more. Join us now for Blue in ’22.

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¡¡Necesitamos voluntarios! Llamadas telefónicas, mensajes de texto, campañas de publicidad, escribir cartas y mucho más. Únase a nosotros ahora para la democracia en ’22.

20. April 2022 · Comments Off on Doug White Town Hall April 20, 2022 · Categories: Elections, Recent Events

You are invited to the Yakima County Town Hall!

Wed, Apr 20
Hosted by Yakima County Democrats


If you haven’t joined a virtual or in person Town Hall, please consider attending this one!  RVSP to attend the Zoom, or attend in person at the address below.  You don’t have to live in Yakima County to attend- all are invited.

Apr 20, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Yakima County Democrats , 402 S 3rd St, Yakima, WA 98901, USA