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AGENDA 2021 REORGANIZATION MEETING JANUARY 18

2021 33rd LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT democrats REORGANIZATION MEETING

AGENDA

January 18, 2021

7:00 PM (logon 6:30 PM)

 Call to Order by Temporary Meeting Chair

  1. Acknowledgement of Tribal Lands
  2. Appointment of Temporary Officers
    1. Secretary
    2. Parliamentarian
  • Tally Chair + Committee
  1. Credentials Report
  2. Adoption of Agenda
  3. Adoption of Rules
  4. Election of District Chair (who presides from this point on)
  5. Remarks by newly elected District Chair
  6. Election of Officers
    1. Vice-Chair
    2. State Committee Members (2)
  • King County Democratic Central Committee Members (2) and Alternates (2)             
  1. Appointment of Additional LD Officers
  2. Adoption of District By-Laws

Other Business:

Election of Local Officers:

Treasurer

Secretary

Legislative Action Committee Members (2) and Alternate (1)

Approval of PCO Applications

Good of the Order

Adjournment

Guest speakers may be introduced and/or allowed speaking privileges at the discretion of the Temporary Meeting Chair or the newly elected District Chair.

JOIN THE EXECUTIVE BOARD

Executive Board positions are elected every January of odd numbered years, and more are appointed by the Chair. Check the Executive Board page for current openings and learn more about positions here. Contact the District Chair at clark33ld@earthlink.net to volunteer for an open position.

VOLUNTEER FOR A COMMITTEE

Volunteers are needed year round to help with Communications and Events & Outreach. Endorsement Committee is active February – August each year. If you have expertise and/or interest in a field and would like to contribute, please come to a monthly meeting or contact clark33ld@earthlink.net

BECOME A PCO

Precinct Committee Officers are the only publicly elected representatives of the Democratic Party, and play a critical role in grassroots organization and support of our candidates. PCOs are elected every other year, and appointed to vacant precincts between election cycles. Volunteers can also become an Precinct Coordinator for a neighboring precinct, if the position is filled in their own precinct, or help out their own PCO!

Find out more about becoming a PCO. Find your precinct here. Check if your precinct has a PCO here. Contact our PCO Coordinator for more information, or download the Appointed PCO form and bring it to a monthly meeting to apply.

VOLUNTEER TO HELP AT AN EVENT

Want to help but just don’t know how? Come to our monthly meeting and we’ll help you find a way!

REGISTER TO VOTE ONLINE:

https://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/elections/how-to-vote/register-to-vote.aspx

https://olvr.votewa.gov/