WHO WE ARE

We are the Democratic Party of the 34th Legislative District. We work to elect Democrats, uphold Democratic values, and support Democrats in Seattle, White Center, Burien, Vashon/Maury Island and beyond.

We are our elected officials. We are our candidates. We are the activists who knock on doors in neighborhoods from Alki to Tahlequah and the voters who make their voices heard each election. We are all volunteers.

We are your neighbors. We are your coworkers. We are your friends. We stand up for the marginalized and the voiceless among us. We join arms with allies to fight against injustice and fight for equity. We are engaged in our communities and we are committed to a brighter future for all of us.

We believe in inclusion, that unity is better than division, that we are stronger and better when everyone has an equal shot at living up to their potential. We believe diversity is a source of strength, and that inequality is a threat to democracy itself.

We believe it’s important to stand up to tyrants and bullies. We believe in the power of individuals working together to make great progress against incredible odds. We believe in you.

Join us in the fight of our lives. It might not be easy, but it will be rewarding.

And we will win.

THE 34TH DISTRICT:

Vashon-Maury Islands
West Seattle
Burien
White Center

Upcoming Events
  1. Standing in Support of Immigrants under the Trump Administration

    January 18 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
  2. 34th Dems E-Board

    January 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  3. Womxn’s March Seattle

    January 21 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Chair’s Inaugural Message

700 700 David Ginsberg

First, I’d like to thank all of the PCOs who elected Chair by acclamation at the reorganization last night. It is an esteemed honor to serve as Chair of one of the strongest LD organizations in the State. The challenges ahead are daunting and will require more of all of us. Rest assured that I and the new Executive Board are already hard at work preparing to make the 34th even stronger, better organized, more representative of the population we serve and even more effective politically so we can meet those challenges head on. A Catastrophic Election Many of you were at the Hall at Fauntleroy on November 9th, on the night I announced I would run for Chair, less than 24 hours after the most catastrophic election in U.S. history. I didn’t have a prepared speech, but I spoke to you about my 14 year-old twins and how this was the first election they’d really paid attention to, and how that morning my daughter Anya woke up, grabbed her phone to check the results and then sat in bed and cried. It was heartbreaking as a father, and as I struggled that day to figure out how to explain…

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