Working for a better tomorrow

Serving the communities of the Everett, Marysville and the Tulalip Tribes Reservation

Welcome to the 38th Legislative District Democrats

Results of our Reorganizational Meeting:

 

Bylaws 2016-2018

NoDAPL Resolution

Reorg Meeting Agenda (Amended)

Holiday Party Flyer

We have completed our reorg! Thank you to everyone who attended - your presence made this meeting a huge and engaging success for the 38th Dems.

I have attached our newly adopted bylaws for this next term as well as the meeting minutes, the text of the anti-DAPL resolution that was passed, the amended reorg agenda, and our Holiday Party flyer. For those who are interested in the Holiday Party (December 16th at 7pm at Brenda Stocipher's) please RSVP with Charlene Rawson at charlene.rawson@gmail.com. Brenda Stonecipher resides at 612 Maulsby Ln in Everett and is graciously providing all of the food - so RSVPing is important! Check out the flyer for a list of items we are collecting to donate to the women in recovery at Evergreen Manor and their children.

Below is the list of everyone that was elected at the meeting today - say hello to the new exec board! We are all very excited for the new faces that made it to our board as well as the diversity represented among us all. We talked a lot about inviting newcomers and underrepresented identities to take the reigns of the party and I believe we accomplished that today. 

Summary of Elected Officers (Executive Board):

Chairperson: Charlene Rawson
First Vice Chair: Jackie Minchew
Second Vice Chair: Hillary Pirtle
State Committeeman: Greg Lineberry
State Committeewoman: Marian Harrison
Male County Representative: David Simpson
Female County Representative: Kara Briggs
Treasurer: Lisa Hunter
Recording Secretary: Dannika Stone
Corresponding Secretary: Bridget Espinola
Seargent-at-Arms: Jonathan Peebles

At the meeting we discussed and ultimately decided to change the standing date of the general meetings from the first Tuesday of every month to the fourth Wednesday of every month. This means that our next general membership meeting will take place on January 25, 2017 at 7pm at the Everett Labor Temple on 2812 Lombard Ave in Everett. 

Also, we are looking for people to join our committees! We have five standing (mandatory) committees: Fundraising, Finance, Endorsements, Communications, and PCO Recruitment & Training. Refer to Article X (p. 7) of the bylaws for definitions of these committees. Additionally we are looking to add more committees such as Environmental, Social Justice, Tribal Affairs, Labor, and Veterans's Affairs. If you are interested in serving on any of these committees please contact Charlene Rawson at charlene.rawson@gmail.com.

If you have any other questions please do not hesitate to ask.

Regards,

Bridget Espinola, Corresponding Secretary
38th Legislative District Democrats

Join Us and Make a Difference Today

Mccoy town HallThe 38th Legislative District of the Washington State Democrats is located in Snohomish County.  We are Democrats who call Everett, Marysville and the Tulalip Tribe’s Reservation home.

In everything we do, we are committed to creating the changes that make a difference at home and in our nation.

Our  monthly membership meeting is at 7 p.m., on the fourth Wednesday of every month at the Everett Labor Temple, 2812 Lombard Ave., Everett, WA, 98201.

The Executive Board also meets monthly at 7 p.m., on the third Monday at the Everett Labor Temple, 2812 Lombard Ave., Everett, WA, 98201. If you are not a member of the Executive Committee, please email if you want attend: 38thlegislativedistrict@gmail.com.

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While the 38th Legislative District does not endorse Bernie or Hillary, we heartily endorse Charles Adkins, the 38th sergeant at arms, for introducing candidate Bernie Sanders at his Key Arena forum last week, and also former 38th Chair Ray Miller for strategically standing near candidate Hillary Clinton during her forum in Everett.

News and Events

 

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