Welcome to the website of the Whatcom County Democratic Party. The Whatcom Democrats operate all year around, supporting Democrats at all levels, with an office at 215 W. Holly Street, in Downtown Bellingham, which is open Monday through Friday, 10 am to 2 pm. Our campaign office, just down the hall, is busy phone-banking and door-belling every afternoon, and phone-banking every evening. The Campaign welcomes volunteers!
We have Monthly Meetings at the Bellingham Public Library, generally on the third Thursday of every month, at 7:00 PM.
Please check our Monthly Calendar to stay updated on all our events. Click on "Calendar" at the top left side to get an expanded monthly view.
1) Wednesday, May 13, 5:30 am--Join Peace Health caregivers on Squalicum Parkway as they walk out.
2) Thursday, May 14, 7 am--Join Peace Health caregivers on Squalicum Parkway as they return to work at the hospital.
3) Wednesday, May 13, 5 pm--Come to a rally in front of St. Joes (Squalicum & Ellis) to support the caregivers.
4) Call or e-mail hospital CEO Dale Zender and tell him not to lock out caregivers.
(office: 360-738-6313; cell: 360-815-6444; email@example.com).
Sunday, March 29th
at the home of Bob Hall & Linda Ford
115 S Forest St
$1000 Co- Host | $500 Sponsor | $250 Guest | $100 Friend
RSVP Online: www.pattymurray.com/march29.
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-328-2969 with any questions.
Whatcom Democrats Monthly Membership Meeting
Thursday March 19
7pm - 9pm
Bellingham Central Library Lecture Room
210 Central Ave.
Wendy Czopp of Represent.US will describe the organization's Anti-Corruption Act, a "portable" ordinance/law that can be passed at the local or state level. She will also discuss local and state campaign possibilities. We will also from the workers at the Whatcom Counseling and Psychiatric Clinic about their struggle to maintain liveable wages and health benefits.
Super-candidate Joy Monjure is stepping up again - this time to run for a Supervisor position with the Whatcom Conservation District. Joy is concerned about the "natural resource challenges that threaten our health, culture, economy and quality of life". Joy has worked with the Conservation District in the past and says that it is a unique form of non-regulatory government that matches local resource needs with technical and financial resources to help landowners with “on-the-ground” conservation projects.
Meeting: Thursday July 17th
6pm Dinner: Taco Bar for $10
7pm Endorsements and program on Minimum Wage
Members will vote on a proposed slate of candidates for Charter Review Commission:
District 1: Todd Donovan, Barbara Ryan, Thomas Stuen, Alie Walker and Eli Mackiewicz
District 2: Susan Gribbin, Judd Morse, Bob Bandarra, Stan Snapp, Kate Blystone
District 3: Richard May, John Lesow, Chris Johnson
Members of the Whatcom Democrats gathered Thursday, June 19th for an endorsement meeting. Candidates for 2014 elected office introduced themselves and fielded questions from the audience.
Seth Fleetwood Tuesday June 17th - 5pm Whatcom Museurm - 121 Prospect St Bellingham
Joy Monjure Thursday June 26th - 6pm - 8pm Bellewood Acres
Monday, June 23, 5 PM to 7 PM
Squalicum Boathouse, 2600 S. Harbor Loop
Bellingham, WA 98225
For more information, call Campaign Manager Patrick Stickney @ 425 - 681 - 8137
Super Gardeners Peggy Borgens and Ronalee Kincaid once again went above and beyond and did an amazing amount of work to bring the Whatcom Democrats over $600 from the annual plant sale. Thank you to Peggy and Ronalee, for all their growing, potting, and transporting, and other volunteers who helped out during the sale.
by Catherine Chambers, Development/Finance Committee Chair