Last night in a home across the street from mine in High Point, a young person died from a self-inflicted gun-shot. The police were here for hours, and still there when I went to bed at midnight. I saw a woman on her porch being consoled by a police chaplain. We heard sobbing from across the street and many neighbors stood outside the home in silence. Candles were put in windows to show some small sign of sympathy.
Additional endorsements will be considered at the June 8 District Meeting:
Every two years, the elected structure of local Democratic Party dissolves and reforms itself. In December, the King County Democratic Central Committee (KCDCC) will hold a reorganization meeting and elect a new board of officers.* At our January meeting, the 34th District Democrats will hold our reorganization meeting and elect a new Chair and Executive Board. If you are an elected PCO, you will receive an “Official Call” to attend these meetings. Elected PCOs, and ONLY ELECTED PCOs, get to vote in these elections.
At the 34th District Democrats' Legislative District Caucus on Sunday, April 17, delegates of the Chautauqua Precinct on Vashon Island were disqualified. This post explains why.