Happy Holidays 46th Legislative District Democrats and Friends!
Please join the Fabulous 46th District Democrats at our Annual Holiday Party.
It's been a roller coaster year full of many lows yet finishing up with a high... the mid-term elections!
Let's celebrate the end of this year and the beginning of a New Year. Enjoy a fun-filled evening visiting with our elected officials, meet up with neighbors and friends and test your skill as we play political trivia, games and more.
When: Sunday, December 2nd - 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Location: Elliott Bay Brewery (Cascade Room downstairs) – 12537 Lake City Way, NE, Seattle, WA 98125
Buffet Dinner, non-alcoholic beverages included. Alcoholic beverages available for purchase on-site.
- Suggest Donation: $25 per person/$40 families, more if you can, less if you can’t. No one turned away
- Elevator available to lower level, fully ADA accessible
Parking available in lots behind the Brewery off 30th Avenue, many transit routes serve Lake City
- We will be gathering FOOD and SOCKS for the homeless at our party.Please bring canned food or new socks to help the homeless this year.
Let’s Toast in a New Year Together!
Looking forward to seeing you-
We'll be knocking on doors in the 46th District and around the state to get out the vote, protect our legislative majority in Olympia, and win back a seat in Congress! Plan to spend a couple hours knocking doors, so wear comfy shoes and a jacket. No experience necessary! Please take a look at our site calendar or FB page for list of events. There is a special event you can canvass with Senator Frockt also! Thanks 46th and we look forward to THE BLUE WAVE!
Resolution for consideration at the October 17, 2018 General Meeting:
Resolution Supporting Raising the Legal Sales Age for Tobacco & Vapor Products from 18 to 21
WHEREAS, tobacco use remains the leading cause of preventable death in the United States, killing more than 8,300 Washingtonians each year, and causing cancer, heart disease, and respiratory diseases, among other health disorders, that add an estimated $2.81 billion in annual health care costs in Washington alone;
WHEREAS, about 95 percent of adult smokers begin smoking before they turn 21;
WHEREAS, adolescence and young adulthood are critical periods of growth and development, and exposure to nicotine has lasting, adverse consequences on brain development;
WHEREAS, the Surgeon General has stated that “e-cigarette use poses a significant – and avoidable – health risk to young people in the United States. Besides increasing the possibility of addiction and long-term harm to brain development and respiratory health, e-cigarette use is associated with the use of other tobacco products that can do even more damage to the body”;
Full text in printable pdf format here: Tobacco Resolution Oct 2018Read more