Official Call to the 32nd Legislative District Caucus

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

By Carin Chase, Chair 
32nd Legislative District 
Democratic Organization

This caucus is called by the authority and at the direction of the Washington State Democratic Central Committee, and is bound by the Charter, Bylaws, Rules and 2016 Washington State Delegate Selection Plan, as approved by the DNC Rules and Bylaws Committee on September 10, 2015.

Date and Time: Sunday, April 17, 2016, registration 11:30am, convenes 1:00pm

Location: Shoreline Community College Gym, 16101 Greenwood Ave N, Shoreline 98133 Map

Purpose of the Meeting: To elect delegates and alternates to the 7th and 2nd Congressional District Caucuses and Washington State Convention.

  • 7th Congressional District Caucus: 25 Delegates and 13 Alternates 
  • 2nd Congressional District Caucus: 9 Delegates and 4 Alternates 
Resolutions and platform may be considered.

Process: Voting for Congressional District Caucus / State Convention delegates and alternates shall be by signed ballot. Said ballot to be counted must have all positions filled with no duplications.

Who is eligible to run for election: Anyone registered to vote in the 32nd Legislative District that will publicly state they are a Democrat.*

Who is eligible to vote: All duly elected delegates from the 32nd District Precinct Caucus (or any duly elected alternates seated in their place).

Who may attend: Any interested parties and the media.

2016 32nd LD Proposed Agenda and Rules, to be adopted at the LD Caucus Click here

Proposed Platform Click Here

A registration contribution of $15.00 is requested to help cover costs, but is not required.

Looking forward to an exciting Sunday with you - feel free to contact me with any questions!


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