Grays Harbor County Democrats, Jefferson County Democrats, King County Democrats, Kitsap County Democrats, Lewis County Democrats Pierce County Democrats, Snohomish County Democrats, Spokane County Democrats, University of Washington Young Democrats, Whatcom County Democrats, and Whatcom County Young Democrats urge Washingtonians to VOTE YES on this initiative
26th District Democrats, 29th District Democrats, 34th District Democrats, 36th District Democrats, 41st District Democrats, 45th District Democrats, 46th District Democrats, King County Democrats, Kitsap County Democrats, Skagit County Democrats, Snohomish County Democrats, Washington State Democratic Party, Whatcom County Democrats, and the Whatcom County Young Democrats urge Washingtonians to vote NO on this initiative
We are pleased to announce that the Fall 2013 National Conference will be November 8-10th in Seattle, Washington! This marks the first time in nearly 6 years that YDA has hosted the National Committee on the West Coast. Earlybird Registration is $45 at www.yda.org/seattle.
See you in the Emerald City!
It’s election time! You’ll be getting your ballot for the 2013 Primary Election soon if you haven’t gotten it already. Check out http://www.wa-democrats.org/endorsements for help with your ballot.
In 2012 we had a great year and a great election. Our victories in 2012 were in no small part due to the strength and support of our grassroots supporters and the 2012 memberships that made those victories possible.
Now it’s time for us to get back to work. We will use your membership donation to support Governor Inslee and fund a new, updated communications and organizing effort like the one we used so successfully in 2012.
Republican Rob McKenna concedes defeat to Democrat Jay Inslee in Washington governor’s race
Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna closed the margin with Democrat Jay Inslee a bit on Friday as counties continued to report updated ballot totals. But with fewer ballots left to be counted statewide, the likelihood of McKenna gaining the 42,000 or so votes needed to overtake his Democratic opponent continues to wane.
McKenna’s campaign points to polls showing that late-deciding voters sided more heavily with him. After the election night vote tallies were announced, McKenna trailed Inslee by 50,209 votes. Late Wednesday, Inslee’s lead grew to 53,860 votes, and to 54,322 by late Thursday.
As of late Friday afternoon, that lead was down to around 42,000 votes, showing that there were indeed a great many of McKenna votes left to be counted.
But the Inslee campaign says its own analysis of the remaining pool of ballots to be counted gives Inslee a 95 percent chance of winning. And the gains McKenna made on Friday could be erased when King County reports its own count later in the evening.