It's Picnic Time! July 9th - noon! Northgate Community Center Lawn!

Newsletter – June 29, 2022

Picnic!  It’s Picnic Time!

After a long two years without the Annual 46th District Democrats Summer Picnic, WE ARE BACK!  In person!  On green grass!

Please join us for the 46th District Democrats’ Summer Picnic!

Who:  District members, former and current, friends, family – any Democrats and friends, really!

When:  12:00 Noon – 2:30pm, Saturday, July 9, 2022

Where:  Northgate Community Center and Lawn, 10510 5th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125

More information: 

Rain or Shine (as we have both the multi-purpose room and the lawn rented!)

ADA Accessible parking in the lot shared with the Library.  Additional parking 1 block away.

  • Fun and Games!
  • Playground for the littles!
  • Elected Officials!
  • Food, food, food!
  • Pick up your literature!

Help us order the right amount of food - please fill out our picnic survey:  Click Here!

Canvass for Dr. Kim Schrier!

US Rep. Kim Schrier of the 8th District is the Republican’s #1 target in Washington for November.  We cannot let Kim down!

Ken Albinger from the 45th District shares with us that the 45th has a canvass for Kim Schrier: this Saturday, July 2nd at the Starbucks on Avondale Road and NE 116th Street in Redmond at 10am and 1pm.

Feel free to just show up!  Or, for more information, text Ken at (425) 941-5906.

Public Meeting on Redistricting Justice for Seattle

Monday, July 11th from 6:00PM – 7:30PM (via Zoom)

To Register:

Each city has different redistricting processes, rules, and city council district map structures. The Redistricting Justice for Washington coalition is working with community leaders and organizations to ensure that voting rights of people of color are protected, and that city council lines across Washington will create fair representation for communities—not partisan or special interests.

On Monday, May 11th, join the Redistricting Justice for Seattle campaign to learn about why redistricting Seattle City Council is important, how to participate in the process, and help inform a community-led citywide map proposal.

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Green residential energy codes advance – stay tuned!

At our last meeting, we approved signing on to a letter to the Washington State Building Code Council, urging the adoption of new “Build Green” residential energy codes.  These proposals have been voted to advance, and will soon be open for public comment.  Stay Tuned!

Below, we are sharing 4 messages which can be cut and shared to your social media:

The WA State Building Code Council voted to advance the *most* #climate friendly state residential energy codes in the country 👏 These proposed code amendments will be open for public comment in the coming weeks — stay tuned!! #CleanCodes #HealthyHomes

Homes & buildings are one of the largest & fastest-growing sources of #climate pollution in WA. The WA State Building Code Council has voted to advance #cleancodes that would change this, including making homes more comfortable with #heatpumps for new construction.

The WA State Building Code Council voted to advance #cleancodes that will reduce the harmful outdoor & indoor air pollution associated with the use of gas systems in new homes. Let’s build with #electric heat & cooking instead! Public comment opportunities coming soon.

Why #BuildElectric? Children in homes with gas stoves have a 42% increased risk of asthma symptoms. The WA State Building Code Council voted to advance #cleancodes to build new homes with clean electric appliances like #heatpumps ⚡️🔌💡