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Campaign 2016 Headquarters: find us at 416 N Main in Ellensburg. Our office hours are generally 11-1 and 5-7 on weekdays. Or you can come to our booth at the Ellensburg farmers market Saturdays 9 am - 1 pm.
For our Republican friends: we realize that this is a difficult time to be a Republican. It is possible that that party no longer represents your view, what with its climate change denial, attacks on voting rights and opposition to marriage equality, the Affordable Care Act, equal pay for women, unions, a fair minimum wage, not to mention their nominee for President. If you're curious where you stand on the political landscape these days, try the isidewith political quiz, or check out this comparison of Democrats and Republicans. You're welcome to join us, as a number of other former Republicans have.
About the Kittitas County Democratic Party: Our monthly meetings are open to the public, and, for most votes, any Democrat present can vote on motions. We meet on the fourth Thursday of every month except November and December, usually at Rodeo City Bar-B-Que in Ellensburg. Subscribe to our newsletter (see below) or check the Ellensburg Daily Record's calendar for monthly location information. We start with a no-host social hour at 6, followed by the meeting at 7 sharp, ending at 8:30 sharp.
We mostly communicate with our members through our newsletters. You can sign up for our newsletter using the form below, and you can e-mail us at email@example.com . We're also on Facebook.
Click here for information about our scholarship program for graduating high school seniors.
Still have questions? Call 509-899-4956.
Your donation oils the wheels of democracy!
Kittitas County Commissioner, Position 1: Rob Fraser
US Congress: Tony Ventrella
US Senator: Patty Murray
Governor: Jay Inslee
Washington Secretary of State: Tina Podlodowski
Superintendent of Public Schools: Erin Jones
Commissioner of Public Lands: Hilary Franz
Initiative 732, Carbon Tax: YES
Initiative 735, Corporations are Not People, Money is Not Speech: YES
Initiative 1433, Minimum Wage: YES
Initiative 1491, Extreme Risk Protection Orders: YES
Initiative 1501, Increases Fraud Penalties: YES
Honorable Mention: Carl Nelson, Kittitas County Commissioner