Washington State Democrats will – for the first time- have a primary election instead of a caucus for Presidential candidates. The March 10, 2020 primary increases our relevance to the Democratic Party process for choosing our Presidential Candidate. I am looking forward to my opportunity to be involved. Please join me and other neighbors and friends in hosting a small gathering.
Together we will build interest, knowledge and enthusiasm for taking actions that improve our democracy. Positive actions build positive energy. We need to continue developing our community commitment, organizational skills, volunteers, and our party. These are the building blocks of success in the next election.
23rd LD Democrats Action Committee – Our Next Action
When: June 26-27, 2019. 6:00 PM
What: Watch the Democratic Party Presidential Candidates Debate in a small group.
Who: Voters interested in beating President Trump in the 2020 Election.
Where: Your home.
Action: Following each debate, Encourage conversations about the qualities and skills of the candidates.
Each attendee is encouraged to bring their checkbook. At the end of the conversations, each attendee is encouraged to send a check to their favorite candidate’s campaign.
How: Debates will broadcast on MBC. MSNBC and Telemundo as well as streaming on NBCNews.com, MSNBC.com Telemundo’s digital platforms.
Invite people that you know via a phone call or email. Call to follow up on the RSVP.
Invite folks to bring a beverage of choice, a light snack to share, a pad of paper and pen for taking notes.
Prepare: napkins, glasses, name tags, sign-in sheet. Keep it simple. Tailor the gathering to suit you. Share your results via email or the 23rd LD Democratic Party Facebook page.
In the meantime, remember that the Democratic Party is made up of volunteers like you and me. Many are working full-time or have serious commitments to family, community, etcetera. If you see something that needs improvement, please offer to help solve the issue.
When I’m feeling overwhelmed with all of the negative news, I remind myself of these words from President Obama’s Jan. 10, 2017 Farewell Speech to the American people.
Stay At It.