1 week from today: 34th Legislative District’s Democratic caucus, in White Center

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One week from today, Democrats from around the 34th Legislative District – which includes White Center, West Seattle, Vashon Island, and parts of surrounding communities (map above is from Sen. Joe McDermott‘s website) – are invited to Mount View Elementary School in WC for the district caucus. In an e-mail announcement, Tim Nuse, chair of the 34th District Democrats, explains: “We will accomplish a number of responsibilities during our 2010 Caucus. We will elect 35 delegates and 18 alternates to the King County and Washington State Conventions, who will bring forward the issues and concerns of neighborhoods throughout the 34th District. We will develop our district platform, identifying and highlighting those issues and concerns in platform items and resolutions. And we will likely hear from candidates running for election this November. The Caucus is your chance to meet your Democratic colleagues old and new and weigh in on those issues and policies that are most important to you and your neighbors in the 34th District. Come share your voice and lend democracy a hand.” The caucuses start at 1 pm. Republicans in the 34th District, meantime, have their district caucus coming up at 9:15 am March 27 at Southwest Community Center in West Seattle (map).

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2 Responses to “1 week from today: 34th Legislative District’s Democratic caucus, in White Center”

  1. March 14th is also the start of DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME, so make sure you set your clock one hour ahead (“spring forward”) or you will be an hour late to the caucus.

  2. Thanks for the reminder. Putting that on WSB as it’s totally not on MY radar so I wonder how many people know!!!