Who Decides What It Means To Be A Democrat?

In handling some communications between the 31st LD Democrats and members of our community, I have recently been confronted with an in interesting problem: fallout from the recent “split” in the Democratic party. You know which split I’m referring to: the DNC email scandal, and the national party’s apparent attempts…

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How a political novice became a local leader in the Indivisible Resistance to President Trump and the GOP and how you can too!

Several weeks after the 2016 elections while I was still fuming and literally wearing “war-paint,” I decided to take action beyond ranting on my personal FB page. A friend had texted me a link to a sloppy-looking Googledocs manifesto called the Indivisible Guide, co-authored by a group of former DC…

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Right to work for less

Pushing ‘right-to-work,’ other attacks ALEC-inspired bills to undermine public employee unions and promote their decertification are being heard Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee chaired by Sen. Michael Baumgartner (R-Spokane): SB 5226, sponsored by Sen. Randi Becker (R-Eatonville), would create new administrative reporting burdens for…

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