Events

New

PCO Training

April 28 1:00 - 5:00 pm at Stanwood Library
9701 271st St NW, Stanwood, WA 98292

Target Audience: PCOs from Camano and north Snohomish County
But All Skagit, Island, and Snohomish County PCOs are welcome

 This training is appropriate for newly elected or appointed PCOs as well as seasoned veterans.  Dinner will be provided.  Can't yet say what will be served, but I'm sure it will be fabulous. We can call it Sno-Isle PCO training at the Sno-Isle Library.

Alex Del Rosario, our WA-Dems organizer, will be the presenter.  I attended the training given by Alex to the Skagit County Democrats and it was really good and well attended.  They had 30 PCOs show up.  Topics covered included:

-  What does it mean to be a PCO.
-  Getting to know your precinct
-  What we should be doing now.  
-  Candidate recruitment
-  Doorbelling
-  Carbelling
-  Phone Banking
-  Q & A

Please RSVP to chair@10thlddemocrats.org so we can get an accurate count for food planning.


Note from State Representative, Dave Paul

Hello!

First, I'm excited to let you know that I've hired Sara Develle as my Legislative Assistant. Sara is a graduate of Washington State University, attended La Conner High School and currently has family in La Conner. You can contact her at sara.develle@leg.wa.gov or 360-786-7914. Please send scheduling requests (both for Olympia and in-district) to Sara at sara.develle@leg.wa.gov.

Second, my office is Room 309 in the John L. O'Brien Building.  My mailing address is: 309 John L. O'Brien Building, PO. Box 40600, Olympia WA 98504

Folks can reach me at dave.paul@leg.wa.gov. Please let me know if you are visiting Olympia!

Finally, I've been appointed to the Transportation Committee, the College and Workforce Development Committee, and the Education Committee.

A few of my top priorities for the upcoming session are:

*    Providing more opportunities for Washingtonians to secure family-wage jobs and lowering the burden of student debt by developing diverse pathways to work, including apprenticeships, community college, and certificate programs, as well as lowering costs for traditional four-year schools.

*    Developing the transportation infrastructure of the 10th district to support our way of life, tourism, and create jobs. This includes maintaining our ferry fleet, ensuring our bridges are safe and fully functioning, and addressing congestions points on our roadways.

*    Addressing climate change to protect our quality of life and local industries like fishing, agriculture, and tourism.

*    Funding our schools in a way that is sustainable and provides our children with the education they deserve.

Thanks!

Dave


Results of the 10th LD Reorganization Meeting

Welcome our new Executive Board

Chair - John Amell

Vice Chair 1 - Lona Wilbur

Vice Chair 2 - Jessica Smith

State Committee Member 1 - Mary Kanter

State Committee Member 2 - Art Huffine

Secretary - Trena Berton

Treasurer - Melody Risner