Two White Center political notes: District leaders chosen; State Senator starts writing online

Two politics notes:

White Center resident Asha Mohamed is on the 34th District Democrats‘ executive board after the group’s reorganization meeting this past Wednesday night; she was elected as King County Committeewoman Alternate. Her bio in the 34th DDs’ newsletter explains:

Asha is the newly elected PCO for Evergreen precinct in the heart of White Center. She … speaks five languages and will be a big help with our organizing in the fast-growing but under-represented East African communities in our District. Asha works at the Seattle Housing Authority.

Asha is one of two White Center residents on the newly elected 34th DD’s Executive Board – secretary Miki Meahan lives here too. The group is now led by newly elected chair Tim Nuse; follow all the 34th DDs’ happenings at their website,

Also – 34th District State Senator Joe McDermott, elected last fall to his first full term in the State Senate, has expanded his website to include blog-format updates and even a podcast. Find it all here.

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