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September 19, 2017 General Meeting Agenda - Endorsements, Environment, and Elections!

Our next General Membership meeting is on Tuesday, September 19, starting at 7 p.m. at University Heights Center, top floor, north side. 

First, Elected and Appointed PCOs will vote on a series of Bylaws Amendments.

We will then vote on additional endorsements, specifically in races where our endorsed candidates were unsuccessful in the primary. This includes Seattle Mayor and Port of Seattle, Position 4. Per our endorsement rules and bylaws, no other endorsements will be in order, as all other races have an endorsed candidate who is proceeding to the general election. We may also vote on ballot measures for the November election.

Finally, we will consider two resolutions: one opposing fascism, and one calling for a Coal Free Puget Sound Energy. Minutes from our July meeting can be found here. The September Agenda can also be found here.

Show up early at 6:30 p.m. to get credentialed and mingle!

This meeting will be live-streamed to our Facebook Page.

Agenda

6:30 p.m.      Doors open

7:00 p.m.      Call to order and welcome

                     Approval of agenda and minutes from July meeting

7:05 p.m.      Guest speakers

7:10 p.m.      Approval of new PCOs (see below)

7:15 p.m.      Bylaws revision proposals re: finances

7:30 p.m.      Endorsements

                     Port Commissioner Position 4

                     Seattle Mayor

                     King County Veterans and Human Services levy

                     State Initiative 940 (possible consideration)

                     King County Initiative 27 (possible consideration)

8 p.m.           Program

                     Saving our environment from Trump -- Dennis McLerran, EPA Region 10 administrator (including Washington, Alaska, Idaho, and Oregon) under President Obama

                     Examining 2017 primary election results -- Ben Anderstone, political analyst and 43rd Dems PCO

8:55 p.m.      Good of the Order

9:00 p.m.      Adjourn    

 

PCOs for approval





Precinct Name

First Name

Last Name

Elected, Appt, or Acting?

SEA 43-1264

Alison

Eisinger

Acting

SEA 43-1333

Thomas

Whittemore

Acting

SEA 43-1361

Robin

Thomas

Acting

SEA 43-1363

Kathleen

Garrow

Appointed

SEA 43-1780

Jesse

Weinstein

Acting

SEA 43-1781

Rhonda

Walkup

Appointed

SEA 43-1784

Terry

Miller

Appointed

SEA 43-2000

Rebecca

Hansen

Appointed

SEA 43-2029

Carolyn

Akinbami

Acting

SEA 43-3719

Ian

Randall

Appointed

 

 

 


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