47th District Democrats to gather in Auburn on March 24 to select state convention delegates

Meeting set for 10 a.m. at Auburn Aerospace Machinists Union Hall

  • Friday, March 16, 2018 11:01am
  • News

For the Reporter

The 47th District Democrats meet at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 24 at the Auburn Aerospace Machinists Union Hall, 201 A St. SW, to begin the process of choosing legislative district delegates to the Washington State Democrats Convention in Wenatchee on June 16.

In 2016, the state party conducted precinct caucuses as the first step in its biennial convention cycle. In this non-presidential year, the state party will gather for stand-alone legislative district caucuses and joint legislative district caucuses/county conventions on March 24.

In total, 49 legislative districts and 35 counties will meet in March while Clark, King, Pierce, Thurston, Kitsap, and Snohomish counties will host their county conventions on April 22.

For a full list of Caucus/convention locations or to pre-register, please go to: wa-democrats.org.

To request disability accommodations, if needed, please contact local legislative district or county leadership wa-democrats.org/local.

More in News

If passed, Senate Bill 6254 would limit the nicotine concentration of vape products, ban certain flavoring chemicals and require vape manufacturers, distributors and retailers to obtain licenses from the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board. File photo
Lawmakers propose sweeping regulations for vaping industry

Bill supporters cite concerns over health issues and teen use.

Irwin introduces legislation to create database system relating to concussion rates in high school sports

Rep. Morgan Irwin has introduced legislation to create a centralized database system… Continue reading

Senate passes Wilson’s comprehensive sexual health education bill

The teaching of science-based, age-appropriate sexual health education would be expanded to… Continue reading

Former Todd Beamer High School nurse charged with child rape, sexual misconduct of 3 students

51-year-old Mark David Glenn, of Auburn, posted bail and was released from jail.

A proposal by Senate Democrats would require concealed pistol license applicants in Washington state to complete a safety course. File photo
Democrats seek firearm training requirement for concealed carriers

Republican senator calls proposal ‘unconstitutional.’

Case of 2019 novel coronavirus confirmed in Washington state resident | UPDATE

Man in his 30s is the first person known to be infected; he arrived in Snohomish County after traveling from China

Wilson bill would address critical needs of early learners

Early learners would get the assistance and support they need to avoid… Continue reading

Matt Marshall, leader of the Washington Three Percenters gun rights group, addresses a crowd rallying for Second Amendment rights Jan. 17 at the state Capitol in Olympia. Marshall condemned Republican leadership in the House of Representatives, which expelled Rep. Matt Shea from the Republican Caucus. Marshall announced his candidacy for the 2nd District seat held by House Minority Leader J.T. Wilcox. Photo by Cameron Sheppard, WNPA News Service
Gun rights advocates rally at Capitol

Criticism levied at Matt Shea investigation, Republican leadership.

Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson (center) announced a lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson in a press conference Jan. 2. Debbie Warfield of Everett (left) lost her son to a heroin overdose in 2012. Skagit County Commissioner Lisa Janicki (right) lost her son to an overdose of OxyContin in 2017. They are joined by Rep. Lauren Davis of Shoreline (second from right), founder of the Washington Recovery Alliance. (TVW screenshot)
AG Bob Ferguson talks lawsuits, gun control

Washington state Attorney General stopped by Sound Publishing’s Kirkland office.

Most Read