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2020 Census Presentation

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At our July meeting, Kamau Chege provided a presentation about the 2020 census that we encourage you to download and review. The 34th will be asked to support efforts in early 2020 to make sure everyone is counted.

The 2020 U.S. Census will lay the foundation upon which some important decisions are made in our region over the coming years. For example, it will determine how much funding is available for critical services like health care and where our legislative district lines lie. It’s critical we count all residents, including those who are traditionally underrepresented.

For more information, go to the Washington Census Alliance site.

Two Resolutions Approved

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At our July 10th meeting, wereviewed 2 resolutions which were submitted by our members. These resolutions were actively debated and voted on at the meeting. The resolutions are concerning the rejection of hate speech and the Green New Deal.

The final, approved version of each resolution can be found on our Resolutions page.

Sample Ballot Released

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A big part of our mission in the 34th is to work to elect solid Democrats. Our PCOs will be working within their precincts to deliver sample ballots for the Primary. DON’T FORGET to make sure you are registered by July 29th – the deadline for the Primary. The Primary is August 6th.

Download our sample ballot to review our endorsed candidates list.

We are always looking for volunteers to help knock doors in our 200+ precincts. It’s a great way to get to know your neighbors and help get out the vote! If you are interested in volunteering in your precinct, please contact Nick Bonazza – our PCO chair – who will connect you with your PCO.

July 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!

Debate Watch Parties Scheduled!

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What starts with 20-+ candidates and ends with a nomination? Yep – the 2020 race is on and the democratic debates start in June. We are PUMPED UP! Come out and watch the first and second debates this summer with a group of equally excited 34th members. You don’t have to be a member to attend – we welcome anyone who is interested in watching the debates in a friendly, democratic setting.

King County Administrator Dow Constantine is holding a fundraiser debate watch party on June 27 at Endolyne Joe’s. The event starts at 5:30pm. The funds raised will be contributed to the 34th Dems! Check out the Facebook event for full details!

Check the calendar for details on the July 30-31 debates as we will be holding FREE events in Burien and West Seattle.

Endorsement Votes Counted

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The members of the 34th District Democrates voted to endorse candidates and ballot measures at the June meeting held June 12th at the Hall at Fauntleroy. These endorsements will be listed in our 2019 sample ballot which is being created by our communications committee. Sample ballots will be available at the July meeting. These sample ballots will be used by PCOs and volunteers as they canvass the 34th District this campaign season. Congratulations to our endorsed candidates!

Step Up and Be a PCO!

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We Need You! The Party Needs You!

As we hunker down to make sure that democrats get elected this year and then again in 2020, we are also looking to fill open PCO positions in the district. What’s a PCO? A Precinct Committee Officer (or PCO) is the official elected or appointed Democratic Party official for an electoral precinct under state law. Their primary responsibility is to knock on their neighbors’ doors prior to each election to remind them to vote and provide materials on endorsed candidates, but they also serve as leaders and organizers for voters in their precinct.

Looking for a way to help this year and next? Learn more about becoming a PCO today! Our chair, Nick Bonazza will provide training and support. Check out the PCO section of our site and consider making a commitment to lead your precinct. Email Nick at for details.