32nd District Democrats caucus Saturday

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

The 32nd District Democrats invite you to join your Democratic friends and neighbors as they come together as a Party to elect delegates to the State Convention in Wenatchee in June, and to pass their 2018 platform.

Saturday, March 24th, 10:00am - 3:00pm (doors open at 9:00am)

Shoreline Community College PUB, 16101 Greenwood Ave N, Shoreline 98133.

All voters registered in the 32nd Legislative District who declare themselves to be Democrats are eligible to participate. You can preregister here to save time!

This year the 32nd will be electing 11 delegates and 6 alternates to the Washington State Democratic Convention in Wenatchee on June 15th - 16th.

We will also be amending and passing our proposed platform, which states the values and priorities of our local party. The proposed rules and platform can be found here.

Frequently Asked Questions

For any questions not listed below, or to request disability accommodations, please email

How do I run for delegate?

Any registered voter in the 32nd Legislative District who declares themselves a Democrat may run for delegate. If you are interested in running for delegate, please fill out this form and bring it with you to the Caucus. There will also be copies available to fill out at the caucus site. Each candidate for delegate will have up to 1 minute to address the caucus, before we vote by ballot. The top 11 vote receivers, adjusted for gender balance, will be elected delegate, the next 6 will be elected alternate. If you are unable to attend the Caucus but wish to run, please email a completed form and a statement of declaration of your candidacy and party affiliation to carin.chase@32democrats.org.

We strongly recommend you send your declaration by March 23rd. Your declaration will be read for up to 1 minute at the caucus in place of a spe

Do you need volunteers?

Yes! We would love volunteers to help with counting ballots, signing people in, and other important duties on-site. We also have opportunities in advance of the caucus. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact caucus@32democrats.org.

Is this event free? Can I donate?

It is free to attend the caucus, but there is a recommended donation of $10 to help us cover the cost of this venue and the materials we use during the caucus, such as copies of the proposed platform. We are a volunteer run, not-for-profit organization that does not receive funding from the state party or campaigns to host this expensive event. We would appreciate your generous support!

You can also become a member of the 32nd District Democrats for just $20, or $32 for whole family in a household, which will give you voting privileges for the year, including on our endorsements!

I'm busy at 10 AM, can I arrive late?

While we would love for everyone to arrive on time, we will be taking votes until close to 2:00pm, or possibly even 3:00pm, and late arrivals can still be credentialed to vote whenever they arrive.

I'm busy later in the day, can I leave early?

While we would love for everyone to stay until the very end, we understand that Saturdays are busy family times. You may leave early, but you will not be able to direct a proxy to vote on items after you go.

Is proxy voting allowed?

No, per state party rules there is no proxy voting allowed

Who can attend?

This is an open meeting and all community members of any age or citizenship status may attend and enjoy our speakers and conversation about important issues. In order to vote, you must be a registered voter in the 46th Legislative District (or a 17-year-old who will turn 18 on or before November 6, 2018) who declares yourself to be a Democrat.


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