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The purpose of this forum is to hear directly from the candidates seeking the office of Washington State Democratic Chair. Representatives from Democratic Organizations in counties and Legislative Districts around Washington State will ask questions of the candidates to hear the candidates views on various issues of concern.
DATE: Saturday, January 11, 2014
12:00 pm – Social hour
1:00 pm – Candidate Forum
VENUE: Lewis County Courthouse - 351 NW North St Chehalis, WA 98532
All Democrats are welcome
State Committee members from County & LD’s are the only voting members for the new State Chair on February 1st in Vancouver. If a committee member needs to do a proxy, please have it sent to the WA State Democratic office by the deadline.
A big thank you to everyone, including the candidates, for participating and supporting this forum.
List of Candidates as of 01/04/2014:
Jaxon Ravens for WA State Chair
Jim Kainber for Washington State Democratic Party Chair
Jay Clough for Chair of the WSDCC
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Dana Laurent for Washington State Democratic Chair
The Seattle Seahawks are in the playoffs, their game is scheduled for Saturday, January 11th starting at 1:30 pm. No worries though – we have reserved the space in front of the big screen at The DevilFish Pub for the game, and it is only two blocks away from the Lewis County Courthouse – So please join us after the forum at the DevilFish – 289 NW Chehalis Ave, Chehalis, WA 98532
The purpose of this forum is to hear directly from the candidates seeking the office of Washington State Democratic Chair. Representatives from Democratic organizations in Southwest Washington counties, Legislative District, and the 3rd Congressional District will ask questions of the candidates to hear the candidates views on various issues.
Date: Saturday, January 11, 2014
Start time: 1:00 pm
Location: Lewis County Courthouse – 351 N. North St., Chehalis, WA 98532
All Democrats are welcome to attend
Light refreshments serve
Holiday Feast Giveaway
Sponsored by the Lewis County Democrats
The Lewis County Democrats will be lending a helping hand to four families in the community this holiday season with our Holiday Feast Give Away. The LCD will be providing two families a Thanksgiving Dinner, and two families a Christmas Dinner.
To nominate a family please email us at LewisCoDemocratsWA@gmail.com
1) The family’s name, address, and contact information
2) A short write-up of how you know the family and why this family is most deserving
3) Your name and contact information
Nominations for the Thanksgiving dinner are due by Thursday, November 21, 2013.
Nominations for the Christmas dinner are due by December 18, 2013.
Delivery of the meals will be the weekend prior to Thanksgiving and Christmas.
*Subject to Lewis County residents only*
From the The Chronicle – Posted: Friday, October 25, 2013 9:16 pm
Haunreiter Attacks Don’t Solve Problems
To the editor:
The Lewis County Democrats, with Jenifer Slemp as our leader, have accomplished several planned objectives already this year and, in my opinion, Slemp’s Warren G. Magnuson Award was well-deserved.
Utilizing knowledge gained from the past 10 months, she is preparing to lead our organization into the 2014 election year with plans for community education, Democratic candidate support and a plan for us to lobby for issues concerning us as Democrats.
I’m sorry to hear that Chuck Haunreiter has so viciously attacked Slemp and our organization. I agree with other members that Slemp has handled this situation with dignity.
Haunreiter believes everyone else is wrong and he is always right.
That attitude is not conducive to team problem solving so he will always be on the outside — and angry.
I am glad to hear that there has been positive dialog between our organization and The Chronicle since the publishing of that letter.
I believe that dialog demonstrates the positive results of Slemp’s networking in our community as well as some insight within The Chronicle showing that it is more important to facilitate dialogue than to promote negativism in the op-ed department.
As Democrats in a red county, we have our work cut out for us. But we also have some resources we can tap as we do our job.
Lewis County Democrats’