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Request Your Ballot for King Conservation District

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Registered voters who reside within the conservation district boundary are eligible to vote. The primary method of voting in this election is by Mail-in, Paper Ballot that must be requested by the voter. To request and receive that by-mail ballot. Request your Ballot starting March 15th.

34th Communications Survey

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With the reorganization of the 34th in January, a new communications committee was formed. Chair Carla Rogers, Newsletter Chair Steve Butts and Tai Yang-Abreu have hit the ground running by creating goals for the committee. Over the next 6 months, the communications team will be busy making improvements to communications via our website, social media and newsletter. We need your input! Please go to http://bit.ly/2XB58gT and share your input today in a quick survey! If you are tech savvy and interested in helping with communications, email the chair at digcomm@34dems.org.

March Newsletter Published

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The 34th District’s monthly newsletter has been released. Editor Steve Butts says this issue is one you won’t want to miss! Download it and see what’s going on in the district!

Primary or Caucus – You Decide!

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The state party chair, Tina Podlowski has shared that the 30-day public comment period has begun on the decision/choice to utilize either a caucus or a primary for Presidential delegate allocation. Please take a moment to share your opinion on the public comment site. The more input, the better! Note that folks who wish to become national delegates to the national convention will still need to go thru a caucus process.

The State Committee will vote to decide which path the Party takes at our April 7th meeting in Pasco. Legislation that enables us to even consider use of a primary has passed both the State Senate and the State House and is awaiting the Governor’s signature (that should happen in the next day or two). Comment today!

34th District Adopts a Street!

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The Outreach Committee invites you to attend the next Adopt-a-Street clean up day on April 21 from 1-3pm. We take care of 16th Avenue SW from Roxbury to Elmgrove. Join us and for clean up and socializing afterward to be held at Noble Barton. Check the Calendar

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Make Plans for Earth Day – April 20

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Our new Event Co-Chairs Jacqui Morris and Lacey Watson have announced they are planning an Earth Day activity on April 20th. We are working with the Duwamish Alive organization to plan a day of service and social interaction to pay tribute to our mother earth. Check out the Duwamish Alive Coalition’s website for more information and stay tuned here for details of the activities! Sign up now to volunteer!