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November, Here We Come

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 2010-09-07 10:21

Sen. Patty Murray speaks to a sold-out crowd of Democrats at the Bellingham Ferry Terminal on August 31.

Its campaign season again and we have a real fight on our hands. The Glenn Beck fans and the corporate interests are frothing at the mouth at a chance to undo all the good things President Obama, Sen. Murray, and Rep. Larsen have achieved. On the local level, our own Rep. Kelli Linville, after being praised as the all-star legislator we know she is, needs our help to return to Olympia and do the good work that needs to be done. We need to send her back with back-up in the form of Al Jensen and Pat Jerns in the 42nd, and Kris Lytton and Jeff Morris in the 40th.

Murray, Larsen and Lowry Light Up Eleanor Roosevelt Event

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 2010-09-07 10:15

Sen. Patty Murray, Rep. Rick Larsen and former Gov. Mike Lowry spoke at our annual Eleanor Roosevelt fundraiser on August 31st. Patty Murray and Rick Larsen talked at length about the need to push back this November and not take anything for granted. Gov. Mike Lowry praised our “Honored Dems” this year, Jean Dodd and Barrie Hull and presented them with their awards.

Dodd and Hull Recognized as 2010 "Honored Democrats"

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 2010-09-07 09:59

The Whatcom Democrats recognizes annually local volunteers who have demonstrated exemplary service to our Democratic community over the past years and decades.

Where is our outrage?

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 2010-09-07 09:55

by Terry Bornemann, Bellingham City Councilman

When George Bush began his presidency he was blessed with a budget surplus. Eight years later he had turned that surplus into the biggest deficit in U.S. history. He got us into two major wars without any plan to finance them or and without an exit strategy for Iraq or Afghanistan. His deregulation policies and lack of federal oversight set the stage for the biggest financial collapse since the great depression. This was the stage set for President Obama when he came to office. He was left with an economy on the brink of collapse, two unfunded wars, and an unprecedented budget deficit.

Tip of the Hat to our Primary Candidates

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 2010-09-07 09:53

The Whatcom Democrats extend their thanks to all of our certified Democratic candidates that didn’t make it past the primary. Running for public office is a challenge, but it represents a deep commitment to public service, and regardless of electoral success, that is to be valued.

Lynden Fair Wrap-Up

Submitted by Anonymous on Tue, 2010-09-07 09:52

A hearty THANK YOU to the people who helped make this year’s Lynden Fair booth a success. Major planning and executing was done by Alyce Werkema, Margaret Irvine, Peggy Borgens, Judy Mullenix, Steve Lydolph, Steve Schuck, Riley Seeney and Bryna Hoffmeister.

2010 Primary Election Recommendations

Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 2010-07-29 14:05


Federal US. Senate Patty Murray
Federal 2nd Congressional District No Endorsement yet
Rick Larsen
Diana McGinness
Larry Kalb
42nd Legislative District Senate Pat Jerns
42nd Legislative District House of Rep, Position 1 No endorsement yet
Richard May
Al Jensen
42nd Legislative District House of Rep, Position 2 Kelli Linville
40th Legislative District House of Rep, Position 1 No endorsement yet
Tom Pasma
Thomas Boucher
Kris Lytton
40th Legislative District House of Rep, Position 2 Jeff Morris
Whatcom County Council District 1, Position B Jean Melious
 Washington State Supreme Court, Position 1
WA State Democrats endorsement

Stan Rumbaugh

 Washington State Supreme Court, Position 6
WA State Democrats endorsement

Charles Wiggins

Primary Election Analysis & Trivia Contest

Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 2010-07-29 13:44

Thursday, August 19, 7:00 – 9:00 pm

1419 N. Forest St, Bellingham  (between Champion & Magnolia)
All Democrats Welcome

The August monthly membership meeting will be a more fun and casual meeting complete with a zippy trivia contest. To get your trivia tastebuds tingling, we offer up a teaser: “What is Washington State’s official state muffin?”     
The Answer: Blueberry        ELECTION RESULTS

Picnic with Pete & Pike August 8

Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 2010-07-29 13:30

Its time for the annual Democratic Picnic! It will be held SUNDAY, August 8th from 4:30 - 8:30 pm in the Upper Pavilion of Fairhaven Park, Chuckanut Dr, Bellingham.

Grilled chicken, potato salad, baked beans, watermelon, and desserts from the candidates! If that isn't enough to whet your appetite, both Mayor Dan Pike and County Executive Pete Kremen will be speaking, or as I call it "a Ham and Cheese sandwich."

Justice Races Likely Decided in Primary

Submitted by Anonymous on Thu, 2010-07-29 13:23

Most elected judge positions in Washington State operate on different election rules than we are used to. If one candidate receives more than fifty percent of the vote in the Primary Election, then that person only will appear on the General Election ballot. This means, in races where there are only two candidates, the election is decided in the Primary. Even if there are three candidates, it is possible for one candidate to garner over 50% in the Primary.