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Members of Jefferson County Democrats voted unanimously June 20 to endorse a "yes" vote on this initiative.
I-1000 would allow affirmative action without quotas in Washington state when considering a person for education and employment opportunities. The initiative would remedy documented discrimination in this state.
Members of Jefferson County Democrats voted unanimously June 20 to endorse voting “No” on I-976, which would cut funding for road and transit projects.
On the November 5th ballot, Tim Eyman’s Initiative 976 would devastate our already strained transportation system by cutting funding for road and transit projects from Spokane to Seattle, Bremerton to Zillah and all points in between.
Go to these pages for more ballot details: Ballot Measures and Endorsements
The bill would move Washington's presidential primary to March 10, 2020, just one month after New Hampshire's first in the nation primary. Previously, Washington's presidential primary has been held on the fourth Tuesday in May.
Feb. 12, 2019 Election Results from Jefferson County, WA: It appears that everything on the ballot related to school initiatives and the fire department annexation passed! (Results will be certified on Feb. 22.) Click on the link below for details.
State Committee Representative - Jefferson County, was elected today as 6th Congressional District Representative to the Washington State Democrats Executive Board.
Washington's 6th Congressional District encompasses the Olympic Peninsula, most of the Kitsap Peninsula, and most of the city of Tacoma.
Claire will be an effective leader for our district because she has:
Claire's Democratic Party background includes:(more…)
In February 2019, area residents will be asked to vote on a measure to annex the City of Port Townsend into Jefferson County Fire Protection District #1 (EJFR). If approved, this measure will merge the geographic area of Port Townsend and it's residents into the service area of District #1.
The ballot measure will be presented to both city residents and residents of the unincorported area of District #1. In order for the measure to pass, both constituencies must approve it by 50% plus one.
For more details see this post on the East Jefferson Fire and Rescue website: http://www.ejfr.org/AnnexationInformation.php
The Port Townsend school levy vote is coming up in February 2019. Check out this webpage for detailed information regarding levies for the Port Townsend School District. (Photo by PTLeader)
Washington (CNN) - Nancy Pelosi was officially elected the new House speaker on Thursday in a majority vote by the House of Representatives on the first day of the 116th Congress.She defeated the Republican nominee Kevin McCarthy, winning 220 votes. McCarthy becomes the House minority leader. As House speaker, Pelosi will regularly face off against President Donald Trump and will preside over an emboldened and energized Democratic majority that is poised to launch aggressive oversight of the President and his administration. To read more click on the following linkhttps://www.cnn.com/2019/01/03/politics/nancy-pelosi-house-speaker-vote-new-congress/index.html
CONGRATULATIONS! The photo above is from the swearing in ceremony at the Jefferson County Courthouse for officials elected in Nov. 2018. Left to right they are: Jeff Chapman (assessor), Rose Ann Carroll (auditor), James Kennedy (prosecutor), Greg Brotherton (county commissioner), Ruth Gordon (clerk), Joe Nole (sheriff), Dan Toepper (P.U.D. commissioner) and Stacie Prada (treasurer). (Photo by Jean Ball)