03. December 2020 · Comments Off on Something’s Brewing · Categories: Recent Events
Time: Saturday, October 3, 2020 at 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Join us on October 3rd at 6:30 pm for a night of Halloween (and campaign) fun! You’ll get to hear from some community leaders, elected officials, campaign staff and your next State Representative, Carly Coburn! You’ll learn about Carly, how their campaign plans to win, and why it’s important she makes it to Olympia! Best of all, you’ll hear how YOU can help! We will be rolling out more details about the speaker lineup over the next few weeks.
Don’t forget to join us dressed up in your favorite Halloween wear!
You can RSVP here: 
After registering, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. 
Kate Moran! Kate is a Navy veteran and a City Council member of West Richland. She became involved in her community after seeing a need for more transparency between the council and the city’s people. Kate listens to the concerns of her constituents and knows how to get the ball rolling to implement the necessary changes, which makes her an excellent public servant.
Amber Rodriguez! Amber is a business owner and a social justice activist. She runs AmberLivesWell.com, an organization focused on creating positive change in the world through arts, culture, wellness and stronger community connections. She is the head organizer for the 2020 Tri-Cities Womxn’s March, as well as a leader for the TC BLM Movement. She has a rare ability to bring people together, no matter their background, by celebrating the uniqueness in all of us.
Zahra Roach is a Pasco City Councilmember. She is a community leader with a history of serving Pasco and the Tri-Cities. Prior to joining the City Council, Zahra served for several years on Pasco’s Planning Commission. She is also a Board Member of the Children’s Developmental Center, a WSU Master Gardener, and a Benton Franklin League of Women Voters member. Zahra has a passion for people, politics and Pasco
Blanche Barajas is a sitting Pasco City Councilmember, the first Latina to do so in the history of the city. During her term she has been dedicated to shaping our legislation to be inclusive and nurture a sense of diversity in our community. Blanche serves on the board of several social justice groups and spends her free time volunteering for local non-profit agencies, as she strives to give a voice to women, young leaders, and the hard working groups of all ages.  
Brenda Rodriguez is the Eastern Washington Network Coordinator for WA Immigrant Solidarity Network (WAISN) and a board member of Central Washington Justice For Our Neighbors. Through her work at CWJFON, Brenda organizes to provide low-bono and free direct services to immigrants and refugees in rural communities, and empowers impacted communities to defend themselves against the deportation machine.
Elizabeth Follett-Figueroa is our data director! She is joining us to talk about the importance of volunteers in relation to a campaign. She has been the second Vice-Chair of the Franklin County Democratic Central Committee since 2018, and has worked on multiple campaigns in and outside of Washington, including Zahra Roach’s city council race in 2019.