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  • Title: 11th Legislative District Democrats » Washington State
    Descriptive info: .. Search.. Home.. Login.. Contact Us.. About Us.. Legislators.. Executive Board.. Membership.. PCO.. Donate.. Rules.. Bylaws.. Special Rules.. Links.. Newsletters.. Resolutions.. Endorsements.. Our Supporters.. Important Stuff.. Save Schlicher in the Senate!.. This year, we witnessed the crippling effect of having Republicans control the Washington State Senate.. Although there are no legislative races in King County in 2013, we do have a critical race this summer in the 26th Legislative District (Pierce and Kitsap Counties).. Retaining Senator Nathan Schlicher is the first step to winning Democratic control of the Washington State.. View full post.. 20th Annual Maggie Awards Winners Announced.. Washington State Democrats announced the winners of the 20th Annual Warren G.. Magnuson Awards (the Maggies).. The Maggies will be held on September 15th at the Washington State Convention Center.. Keynote speaker: Governor Ted Strickland, former Governor and Congressman from Ohio For more information go to www.. wa-democrats.. org/maggies Award Winners Jeff Smith Lifetime Achievement Lives in Seattle and is the.. Primary Elections Results 2013.. King County Elections just posted their final elections results for the primary.. 340,236 ballots were counted.. 1,187,888 registered voters were eligible to vote.. Here is King County s page: http://your.. kingcounty.. gov/elections/2013aug-primary/results/ Here are the results based on the candidates / campaigns / positions we endorsed: City of Seattle Mayor: Bruce Harrell (http://www.. electbruceharrell.. com) (does not advance to the general.. Dave Upthegrove Campaign kick-off: Monday August 5th.. Please join King County Councilmember Julia Patterson and other local community leaders for good food, drinks, and fun at the campaign kickoff for Dave Upthegrove for King County Council.. What: Official Kick-off of Dave s Campaign for King County Council When: Monday, August 5th Time: 6:00-8:00pm Where: Kent Senior Activity Center 600 E Smith St,.. Phone Bank for Shari Song July 30.. 11th District Dems please join Team Smith in supporting Shari Song! In order to ensure that the Shari Song for King County Council Campaign reaches their goal of calling 8,000 people before the primary in August, please join Team Smith next Tuesday July 30th anytime from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the campaign offices.. King County Elections needs observers!.. Calling all King County residing democrats, Do you know what goes on behind the scenes in the elections office? Or do you think it s magic that all the ballots, including yours, gets counted after you return it? Want to know more? Here is your opportunity to volunteer to be the King County Democratic Party s official.. Primary election ballots are in the mail!.. The ballots for the primary election have been mailed today.. Here s time timeline for this election: July 17: Primary ballots mailed July 18: Ballot drop boxes open July 29: Deadline for in-person voter registration August 6: Primary Election http://www.. gov/elections.. aspx.. Seattle School Board candidates.. KUOW posted a nice guide to the candidates for the Seattle School Board.. We didn t endorse any Seattle School Board candidates for the primary.. Here s the link check them out and become an informed voter: http://kuow.. org/topic/seattle-school-board-primary-candidate-platforms.. Newsletter July 2013.. The archive of the July 2013 newsletter has been posted here: 2013-07-July.. General meeting minutes draft, 6/18/2013.. The minutes from the June 18th, 2013 meeting are posted for your review / approval at the 7/16 meeting.. The minutes are here: 11th LD General Meeting 06182013 draft.. Aug.. 22.. Save Schlicher in the Senate!.. Categories:.. Blog.. by.. Holly Krejci.. Retaining Senator Nathan Schlicher is the first step to winning Democratic control of the Washington State Senate.. Senator Schlicher was appointed to the seat and faces the Republican machine who is working non-stop to replace him with a Tea Party candidate.. We must do all we can to keep Nathan Schlicher in the Senate.. YOU CAN HELP!.. Get on the phone and make calls for Schicher!.. LD volunteers from throughout King County are meeting each Thursday from now until election day at the WA State Party headquarters at 2nd and Cherry in Downtown Seattle.. Interested in learning more? Email: chair@11thlddems.. org.. This post has no tag.. Leave comment.. 20th Annual Maggie Awards Winners Announced.. ,.. Events.. Keynote speaker: Governor Ted Strickland, former Governor and Congressman from Ohio.. For more information go to www.. org/maggies.. Award Winners.. Jeff Smith.. Lifetime Achievement.. Lives in Seattle and is the former State Democratic Party Executive Director.. Senator Nick Harper.. Elected Official of the Year (Male).. Represents the 38th LD.. Senator Sharon Nelson.. Elected Official of the Year (Female).. Represents the 34th LD.. Jennifer Slemp.. Chair of the Year.. Chair of 20th LD and Lewis County Democrats.. Jan Connolly.. State Committeewoman of the Year.. Franklin County Democrats State Committewoman.. Kent Verbeck.. State Committeeman of the Year.. Kittitas County Democrats State Committeeman.. Jim Sommerhauser.. Volunteer of the Year (Male).. Lives in Bremerton as is the 23rd LD Democrats State Committeeman.. Ginger Sommerhauser.. Volunteer of the Year (Female).. Lives in Bremerton and is the Kitsap County Democrats Treasurer.. Monisha Harrell.. Rising Star of the Year (Female).. Lives in Lynnwood and is the 21st LD Democrats Treasurer.. Josh Castle.. Rising Star of the Year (Male).. Lives in Seattle and is the 43rd LD Democrats Events Vice-Chair and 36th LD Democrats Events Coordinator.. 21.. Primary Elections Results 2013.. Elections.. Robert Kangas.. Here is King County s page:..  ...   Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets (PSKS), Gordon Glasgow.. BREAK.. 8:00pm: Presentation: Voter Registration, how to do it right, Paula Joneli.. 8:20pm: Open positions discussion.. Secretary.. Program Director.. 8:25pm: Festivals Events:.. Renton River Days (July 26.. th.. – July 28.. ): We need volunteers!.. Summer BBQ (August 10.. Holiday Party: Let’s set the date: Tuesday, December 10th?.. 8:35pm: Raffle.. 8:45pm: Reports – 2 minutes per report.. Treasurer’s Report: Rick Polintan.. WSDCC Report: Kate Kruller / Marvin Rosete.. PCO Team: George Summers / Wayne Severson.. 8:50pm: Good of the Order/Announcements / 2 minutes per speaker.. 9:00pm: adjourn.. "general meeting".. 11.. Open positions.. Hello members of the 11th LD Democrats, we need your help! We have a couple of open positions within the leadership team of the district.. Secretary: The Secretary is one of the elected officer positions in the organization.. The Secretary’s job is to record the official minutes of our meetings.. Program Director: We need a program director to help set up quality speakers / topics / discussions within the group.. Both of these positions would allow you to contribute directly to the leadership board of the organization.. If you have any desire to fill one of these spots, please email me (.. vicechair@11thlddems.. Thanks!.. Eligibility: Any person who was a voting member in good standing of the organization, whether Precinct Committee Officer or not, is eligible.. e-board.. 10.. Resolutions to consider at the July general meeting.. We are going to consider two resolutions at the next general meeting (July 16th).. Please review them and be prepared to vote:.. Resolution in opposition to cuts in social security:.. RES-Oppose-Soc-Sec-Cuts 03.. Resolution supporting cuts in Pentagon spending:.. RES-PentagonSpending-06-25 04.. resolutions.. 08.. E-board meeting agenda, 7/9/2013.. The meeting on Tuesday will be at the Old Georgetown City Hall building at 7pm.. Here’s my agenda:.. 7pm: Meeting starts.. 7:05pm: Festivals Events.. Renton River Days.. Other districts contributions.. Committees.. Schedule for the festival.. Summer BBQ, August 10.. Outreach.. Volunteering / food.. Beacon Hill Council outreach.. Set Holiday Party date, first Tuesday in December.. 7:35pm: Open positions.. Program director.. 7:50: Rules changes for our endorsements process.. No endorsements.. Discussion: 2 for, 2 against.. 8:00pm: Next general meeting.. Gordon Glasgow, PSKS.. Renton River Days discussion / call for volunteers.. BBQ discussion / call for volunteers.. Open positions.. 8:20pm: Newsletter items.. 8:30pm: adjourn.. 02.. 11th LD E-board meeting.. Sorry about the late notice, but we ve shifted the recurring e-board meetings from the first Thursday of every month to the second Tuesday of the month.. The next e-board meeting will be on 7/9.. I ll post the location and other details soon.. Thanks.. e-board meeting.. Older posts.. Please support us!.. Upcoming 11th LD Events.. Events on September 10, 2013.. E-board meeting.. From:.. 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm.. Map.. Description:.. Meeting placeholder.. details to follow.. More details.. Events on September 17, 2013.. General Membership - Monthly Meeting.. Location:.. Renton Carpenter s Hall, 231 Burnett Ave North, Renton, WA.. General Membership Monthly Meeting, third Tuesday of every month.. Agenda TBD.. Events on October 8, 2013.. Events on October 15, 2013.. Events on November 12, 2013.. Events on November 19, 2013.. Upcoming KC Dems Events.. Events on August 27, 2013.. KCDCC Monthly Meeting.. Renton Carpenters Hall, 231 Burnett Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98057.. Monthly meeting of the KCDCC.. Events on September 8, 2013.. KCDCC Leadership Council.. Renton Carpenters Hall, 231 Burnett Avenue North, Renton, WA 98057.. King County Democratic Central Committee Officers meet on monthly basis.. Legislative District Chair attend on a quarterly basis.. Events on September 15, 2013.. KCDCC - LAC Monthly Meeting.. 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm.. TBD.. Monthly meeting - location TBD.. Events on September 24, 2013.. View.. (171).. (18).. (124).. Issues.. (162).. Alcohol.. (1).. Civil Rights.. (2).. Economy.. (38).. Education.. (6).. Election Integrity.. (3).. (66).. Energy / Environment.. (8).. Foreign Aid.. GMO.. Guns.. Health care.. (21).. Public Safety.. Social Security.. (5).. Technology.. (4).. Transportation.. Unions.. war.. (40).. (13).. Special Notices.. (12).. Uncategorized.. Recent Comments.. To all candidates and campaigns seeking our endorsement 11th Legislative District Democrats.. on.. Advertising Guidelines.. 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  • Title: Contact Us » 11th Legislative District Democrats
    Descriptive info: Contact Us.. Comments or questions are welcome.. If you have something you'd like to contact the district about, use this form to send us an email.. Someone will respond to you as soon as possible.. Thanks for your support!.. * (denotes required field).. Name:.. *.. E-Mail Address:.. Subject:.. Message:.. CAPTCHA Code:..

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  • Title: About Us » 11th Legislative District Democrats
    Descriptive info: About Us.. Welcome to the 11th Legislative Democratic Organization.. You are invited to attend our monthly meetings and engage in.. Democracy in Action!.. Your dues enable us to defer our meeting expenses, publish and distribute our monthly newsletter and support our efforts on behalf of Democratic candidates.. We provide and participate actively in fun and informative opportunities to reach out to Democrats and other voters in the 11th District precincts.. We Welcome You! Join Us!.. Any questions / concerns about the website should be directed here:.. webmaster.. Map of the 11th Legislative District in Washington State..

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  • Title: Legislators » 11th Legislative District Democrats
    Descriptive info: Legislators.. State Legislators:..

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  • Title: Executive Board » 11th Legislative District Democrats
    Descriptive info: Executive Board.. 2013-2015 11th Legislative District Democrats.. P.. O.. Box 1133.. Renton, WA 98057-1133.. E-board 2013.. Position.. Name.. Phone.. Email.. Chair.. (206) 852-5789.. chair@11thlddems.. Vice Chair, Webmaster.. (206) 554-1691.. org, webmaster@11thlddems.. Treasurer.. Rick Polintan.. (425) 246-4348.. treasurer@11thlddems.. Vacant.. secretary@11thlddems.. WSDCC - Female.. Kate Kruller.. (206) 853-9330.. wsdccscw@11thlddems.. WSDCC - Male.. Marvin Rosete.. (206) 856-8972.. wsdccscm@11thlddems.. KCDCC - Female.. Kathy Nyland.. kenyland@comcast.. net.. KCDCC - Female Alt.. Irene Simpson.. IreneLucky@earthlink.. KCDCC - Male.. Michael Neher.. kcdccm@11thlddems.. Newsletter Editor, KCDCC Male Alt.. Bill Taylor.. (425) 271-2286.. newsletter@11thlddems.. Parliamentarian.. Dick Gidner.. rvgidner@comcast.. PCO Coordinator.. Wayne Severson.. tukwilareign@hotmail..

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  • Title: Membership » 11th Legislative District Democrats
    Descriptive info: Membership.. Join the Democrats Now.. Become a voting member in the 11th LD District organization.. The first steps to building an effective District organization are identifying and registering new Democrats and doing the follow-up to ensure that they vote.. We have set up voter registration drives throughout the District.. We are also working in concert with the Young  ...   "2" not found /].. Dues are payable in February of each year.. A member joining after February may prorate their dues payment for the remaining quarters of the year.. Membership is valid through January of the following calendar year.. Please make out a check to the 11th LD Democrats and mail to the address below:.. 11th District Democrats..

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  • Title: PCO » 11th Legislative District Democrats
    Descriptive info: PCO.. Become a Precinct Committee Officer.. Review the job description and form (without signatures) at.. King County Democrats.. This is an effective way to become involved in your community and in the Democrat Party processes.. Get Involved in Your Community..

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  • Title: Bylaws » 11th Legislative District Democrats
    Descriptive info: Bylaws.. 11th Legislative District Democratic Organization.. Approved: April 16, 2013.. Also available in PDF:.. Preamble.. This organization is dedicated to fostering and perpetuating the ideals and principles of the Democratic Party, to increasing the interest of 11.. Legislative District citizens in public affairs, and to creating a society where all people may achieve the highest degree of social justice and welfare.. Article I: Policy.. Section 1: This organization shall carry out the work of the Democratic Party with in the 11.. Legislative District of the State of Washington under authority of the Charter of the Democratic Party of the State of Washington, the Bylaws of the King County Democratic Central Committee, and the laws of the State of Washington.. Section 2: It shall be the primary objective of this organization in all its operations to contribute to the growth and influence of the Democratic Party and to increase party responsibilities in harmony with the principles of the District, County, State and National Party Platforms.. Section 3: The mission of this organization shall include:.. a) Discussing and deciding the issues of the day in accordance with Democratic values and principles.. b) Recruiting and helping to elect to public offices, Democrats who, by their records and reputations, are in agreement with the platform of the Democratic Party.. c) Holding elected officials accountable to the people they serve.. Article II: Membership.. Section 1: All 11.. District Precinct Committee Officers (PCO’s), elected, appointed, and acting, who physically reside in the 11.. Legislative District, are automatically members of this organization.. Section 2: Any other Democrat who physically resides in the 11.. District is eligible for membership and may become a voting member four weeks after payment of annual dues.. Proof of residency may be required.. Any Democrat who does not reside in the District may become a non-voting affiliate after payment of annual dues.. Section 3: Annual Dues / Subscriptions are:.. a) Household Membership (2 individuals at same address) $27.. 00.. b) Individual Membership (1 individual) $15.. c) Student or Senior (1 individual) $10.. d) Low-Income, Permanently Disabled (1 individual) $ 6.. e) Supporter Only, no voting rights (per address) $10.. f) Household Monthly Membership (2 individuals at the same address) $5.. 00 / month.. g) Dues are payable in February of each year.. Memberships shall be valid through January of the following year.. If a member decides to pay their dues monthly, a $5 / month minimum payment is required through our online payment provider.. Article III: Meetings.. Section 1: Regular membership meetings shall be held on a regularly scheduled day of the week of at least every other month at a regularly scheduled time.. Regular meetings may be canceled or rescheduled for good cause by the Executive Board or by the membership.. Section 2: The Chair may call special membership meetings.. Special membership meetings may also be called, by the Executive Board, or upon request of 20 percent of the membership.. Section 3: All membership meetings are open to the public.. Section 4: Members shall be sent a meeting notice, including a proposed agenda, approximately five days prior to each meeting.. Section 5: Fifteen (15) members shall constitute a quorum for the conduct of business at a membership meeting.. Article IV: Officers and Delegates.. Section 1: Officers of the organization shall be the Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer.. Section 2: Delegates shall be the County Committeeman, Committeewoman and Alternates for each gender, and State Committeeman and State Committeewoman.. Section 3: Eligibility: Any person who was a voting member in good standing of the organization in all or part of the previous biennium, whether Precinct Committee Officer or not, is eligible to run for District office.. Article V: Duties of Officers and Delegates.. Section 1: The Chair shall preside at all meetings of the membership and of the Executive Board and shall be the chief executive officer of the organization.. The Chair shall be an ex-officio member of all committees.. Section 2: The Vice Chair shall serve in the absence of the Chair and take on special assignments at the request of the Chair and/or the Executive Board.. Section 3: The Secretary shall keep a record of all meetings of the membership and shall report them at each membership meeting.. The primary distribution of the minutes shall be through publication in the monthly newsletter.. Minutes of each Executive Board meeting shall also be kept by the Secretary and will be available to Executive Board members at, or prior to, the next Executive Board meeting.. In addition, the approved minutes of the Executive Board meetings shall be available to the general membership.. The Secretary shall, in cooperation with the Chair, prepare and respond to letters and other correspondence on behalf of the organization.. The Secretary  ...   qualified candidate is a member in good standing, living within the boundaries of the 11th Legislative District.. Section 5: Each election shall be determined by a majority of those voting.. If there is more than one candidate for a position, voting shall be by written, secret ballot.. If no one receives a majority, the candidate receiving the fewest votes shall be eliminated and balloting conducted again, until one candidate receives a majority.. Section 6: Officers and Delegates are elected to a term extending until the next District re-organization meeting.. Section 7: Except as otherwise provided in these Bylaws, all matters coming before the membership shall be decided by a majority of those members present and voting.. Section 8: Proxy and absentee votes shall not be recognized.. Article IX: Appointment of PCOs.. Section 1: Any member may apply to become a PCO in a precinct with no resident PCO.. Section 2: Prospective PCOs shall submit their applications prior to or at a membership meeting, and those petitions shall be voted on at that meeting.. Upon approval of the membership, the Chair shall submit the application.. to the King County Democratic Central Committee for formal appointment.. The 11.. Legislative District Democrats waive the requirement of voters’ signatures as a qualification for an acting or appointed Precinct Committee Officer.. Section 3: Appointees who live in the precinct they apply to serve shall be appointed PCOs.. Appointees who do not live in the precinct they apply to serve shall be acting PCOs.. Acting PCOs have an affirmative duty to recruit a precinct resident to become an appointed PCO.. Article X: Vacancies.. Section 1: Upon the death, resignation or removal from the District of an incumbent PCO, the position shall be declared vacant.. In the event that an Officer or Delegate does not attend any district membership or Executive Board meeting for a ninety-day period, the membership may declare the position to be vacant.. A Board member may be excused from attendance after notifying the Chair prior to the meeting.. Section 2: Any vacancy shall be filled for the unexpired term at the next regular or special meeting, provided that written notice shall be mailed to all members at least ten days prior to the meeting.. Article XI: Endorsements.. Section 1: This organization may endorse candidates for any public office, ballot measures, or initiatives or referendum signature campaigns.. Section 2: To be eligible for endorsement for election to a partisan office, a candidate must publicly identify himself or herself to be a Democrat.. Section 3: To be eligible for endorsement for election to a non-partisan office, a candidate must demonstrate Democratic values.. Section 4: To assist the members in the endorsement process, the Executive Committee may develop and send a questionnaire to potential candidates and otherwise investigate their records and reputations.. Section 5: Endorsements will normally be given at any time after filing closes.. Early endorsements will be considered at the request of the candidate or campaign, for federal, state, and county candidates, and for incumbents of that office.. Section 6: Endorsement of any candidate or issue shall require a two-thirds majority of those members present and voting.. Article XII: Operations and Rules.. Section 1: The Chair and Treasurer shall have authority to sign checks on behalf of the 11.. Legislative District Democratic Organization (for bank policy and liability purposes only, the title “President” may be substituted for title Chair).. Section 2: Expenditures of up to and including $50.. 00 must be approved by the Executive Board and expenditures of more than $50.. 00 must first be authorized by the membership, except that the Chair and Treasurer may pay routine, recurring monthly expenses without specific approval (e.. g.. , mailing cost, copying cost).. Section 3: Campaign contributions may be made only to an endorsed candidate, ballot measure, or initiative or referendum signature campaigns.. The Executive Board shall determine contribution amounts, based upon the financial health of the organization and the General Election ballot.. All campaign contributions must be approved by a majority vote of the Executive Board.. Section 4: The membership may adopt special rules to govern any matter not in conflict with these Bylaws.. Section 5: On all matters not governed by these Bylaws or by special rules, Robert’s Rules of Order (most recent edition) shall govern.. Section 6: Emergency votes on endorsements of candidates may be held electronically and be validated by a vote at the next General Membership Meeting.. A two-thirds vote of members responding is required.. Article XIII: Amendment of Bylaws.. These Bylaws may be amended by a two-thirds majority of those elected and appointed PCOs present and voting at any regular or special meeting, provided that the amendment was printed in the meeting notice or was presented at the previous regular meeting..

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  • Title: Special Rules » 11th Legislative District Democrats
    Descriptive info: Special Rules.. 11th Legislative District Democrats Special Rules.. Definition: The 11th Legislative District Democrats (11th LD Democrats) Policies and Procedures Committee was created by the 11th LD Chair to develop special rules to facilitate the process of district endorsements, resolutions and acceptable terms of use for the electronic and written communication of the district.. The 11th LD Democrats approved by-laws supersede all special rules and rules of conduct.. Any questions or concerns regarding these special rules may be addressed to any Executive Board Member or the Policies and Procedures Committee Chair, Alene Brede.. Purpose: The purpose of these special rules is to provide information to members and interested parties of the 11th Legislative District Democrats (11th LD Democrats) policies on endorsements, resolutions and communications.. It is the committee’s intention that the development and posting of these special rules will facilitate an efficient process for interested parties seeking to propose resolutions or to receive an endorsement from the 11th LD Democrats.. In addition, the committee has established communications terms of acceptable use to assist the district’s members and interested parties in understanding the terms of use of the district’s website, forum and listserv.. Rules of Conduct.. The 11th LD Democrats by-laws are the final governing authority and are available for viewing on the 11th LD Democrats website and at all general membership meetings.. The 11th LD Democrats membership prefers to make informed decisions when considering the endorsement of candidates.. The rules of conduct herein were developed to assist both the membership and qualified candidates in gaining successful endorsements from the 11th LD Democrats membership.. Any candidate seeking the endorsement of the 11th LD Democrats should notify the 11th LD Democrats Chair with their request for endorsement consideration.. During the election process, the 11th LD Democrats will utilize the findings and completed questionnaires submitted to the King County Democrats when considering endorsement requests.. All candidates should fill out the questionnaire and participate in the endorsement process provided by the King County Democrats.. The 11th LD Democrats website will provide links to any completed applications posted on the King County Website, for the membership to review prior to any regularly scheduled membership meeting where candidate endorsements will be considered.. The 11th LD Democrats Chair or a designee shall notify the candidate the date of the general membership meeting when their request for endorsement will be considered.. It is strongly encouraged that either the candidate or their designee attends the 11th LD Democrats membership meeting at which their endorsement shall be considered.. The district will provide reasonable table space at general membership meetings for candidates to place flyers and other informational brochures.. Petitions for any exception to the rules above must be brought to the 11th LD Democrats Chair for consideration.. The 11th LD Democrats membership prefers to make informed decisions when considering resolutions.. The rules of conduct herein were developed to assist both the membership and the interested party proposing a resolution in gaining successful resolutions by the 11th LD Democrats membership.. Proposed resolutions must be submitted to the 11th LD Democrats Chair in writing or by email at least 10 days prior to the -General Membership meeting.. Resolutions that are provided in electronic format will be posted to the district’s website for review by the membership within 3 days of receipt.. In order to substantially increase the possibility for support of a resolution, it is recommended that proposed resolutions are submitted prior to the 11th LD Democrats Executive Board meeting The Executive Board may research, advise and recommend action on any resolution to the membership in accordance with the district’s bylaws.. The 11th LD Democrats Chair shall notify the individual proposing the resolution of the date of the general membership meeting the resolution will be considered.. It shall be the responsibility of the individual proposing a resolution, to provide a sufficient number of copies to the membership at the meeting.. It is recommended that the resolution’s author or designee be present at the meeting to make a short presentation on the topic, make the resolution motion and answer as required the membership.. The district will provide reasonable table space at the general membership meeting for resolution copies, flyers and other informational brochures.. Communications.. The 11th LD Democrats shall maintain a website as a communication tool to publish current event information, Executive Board contact information, precinct and caucus locations, approved district by-law information and any other information that the Executive Board or 11th LD Democrats Chair or  ...   the final authority in matters governing the terms of acceptable use of the 11th LD Democrats Listserv.. Posting and Participation Rules.. The 11th LD Democrats Listserv is primarily a communication tool and is not to be utilized for private spamming, or commercial use.. The use of Listserv members’ personal information for commercial use or gain is strictly prohibited.. The posting of any material which is knowingly false or defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, invasive of a person’s privacy, or otherwise in violation of any law is strictly prohibited.. All posts in the 11th LD Democrats Listserv become the sole property of the 11th LD Democrats.. No copyrighted materials shall be permitted unless presented and authorized by the legal copyright owner in writing to the 11th LD Democrats Webmaster or Backup Webmaster.. The District Webmaster, Backup Webmaster and District Chair reserve the right to remove any postings that are deemed inappropriate or in any way violate the terms of acceptable use.. Community Discussion Forum Terms of Acceptable Use.. The 11th LD Democrats have created an 11th LD Democrats Community Discussion Forum.. It is the intent of the Discussion Forum to encourage participation in and the exercise of Free Speech.. It is also intended to attract members and keep them involved in the Democratic process.. Members.. No political affiliation or democrat membership is required to participate as a member of the Community Discussion Forum however, members that exhibit behaviors and posts that indicate that their participation is solely to act as a “troll” representative of any political party other than the democrats may have their posting privileges revoked.. Membership in the Community Discussion Forum may be limited or suspended at the discretion of the 11th LD Democrats Webmaster, Backup Webmaster or any Executive Board member if it has been determined that the member in question has violated the District’s approved terms of acceptable use.. All suspension of privileges on the Community Discussion Forum shall be presented at the District’s Executive Board Meeting for review.. A Community Discussion Forum member who contests the removal of privileges may present their arguments to the Executive Board for a review of the decision to revoke privileges and or request reinstatement.. The Executive Board shall be the final authority in matters governing the acceptable use of the Community Discussion Forum.. All posts in the 11th LD Democrats Community Discussion Forums become the sole property of the 11th LD Democrats.. No copyrighted materials shall be permitted unless presented and authorized by the legal copyright owner in writing to the 11th LD Democrats District Webmaster or Backup Webmaster.. The posting of personal information on this website for the purposes of defaming another individual or targeting another individual for harassment will not be tolerated.. The Community Discussion Forum are intended to be utilized for issues important to the 11th LD Democrats political process and are not intended to be utilized as a personal bulletin board.. No member may attempt to utilize the Community Discussion Forum as a sales tool or to gain personal information from its members for the purposes of spamming, identity theft or commercial interests.. Placing multiple posts with identical or very similar content in different forums or threads will be considered spam and will be deleted at the discretion of the District Webmaster or Backup Webmaster.. The posting of campaign events of candidates is acceptable as long as the candidates have either an affiliation with the Democratic Party or have “self declared” that they are a Democrat.. The 11th LD Democrats Webmaster, Backup Webmaster and 11th LD Democrats Chair reserve the right to remove any postings that are determined to be in conflict with generally accepted democrat principles and platforms or represent known political party affiliations other than the Democrats.. The 11th LD Democrats Webmaster, Backup Webmaster and 11th LD Democrats Chair reserve the right to remove any postings that are deemed inappropriate or in any way violate the terms of acceptable use.. Private Information Best Practice Guidelines.. It is strongly recommended that members do not advertise or otherwise list their real names or personal information such as social security numbers, addresses, email addresses or phone numbers in any post.. Choose a member name that protects your identity.. Be aware that the Community Discussion Forum posts are public and viewable by anyone.. As an example, do not say anything in this forum that you would not wanted posted as the lead story in the local newspaper..

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  • Title: Links » 11th Legislative District Democrats
    Descriptive info: Links.. Washington State Legislature Links.. Today at the Capital Legislature Bill Tracking.. Legislature Committees.. Agendas, Schedules, Calendars.. Democratic Party Links.. King County Democrats PCO Information.. Washington State Democrats.. Young Democrats of Washington.. Liberal Blogs Links.. Huffington Post.. Democratic Underground.. Daily Kos.. Horse s Ass.. Federal Stimulus Funds..  ...   Healthcare Reform.. HealthcareReform.. gov: The Case for Change In Washington State.. Join fellow Democrats fighting for Important Issues.. Progressive Change Campaign Committe.. MoveOn.. org: Democracy in Action.. Change.. org: Gay Marriage, Healthcare, other issues.. FuseWashington.. org: Coalition working for a fair, humane, and sensible budget in Washington..

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  • Title: Endorsements – Primary 2013 (Updated 6/18/2013) » 11th Legislative District Democrats
    Descriptive info: Tuesday, June 18 Agenda.. Newsletter June 2013.. Jun.. 20.. Endorsements – Primary 2013 (Updated 6/18/2013).. Our downloadable, printable list is located here:.. 11th LD 2013 Endorsements 06182013.. Legislative District Democrats Endorsements 2013.. (updated 6/18/2013).. ) (dual endorsement).. Leave a Reply.. Cancel reply.. You must be.. logged in.. to post a comment..

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