What's New at SWWACLC
Happy New Year!
Today’s the first day of Session in Olympia, and because of all the work you all did last year we’re looking at an even larger pro-worker majority in both chambers. I am excited about the opportunities that lie ahead to win even more gains for Washington’s Working Families.
The application for Path to Power is live and can be found here, https://tinyurl.com/y8jahpxz . This year’s training will take place from March 13 – March 15 at the IUPAT DC 5 Hall in South Seattle. More details can be found in the attached flyer.
In preparation for our Labor Neighbor 2019 efforts, as folks are looking towards recruitment and endorsements of pro-worker candidates, we have a spreadsheet to help us coordinate our efforts. The spreadsheet has tabs for the cities where we are looking to run candidates for City Councils, Commission, etc. as well as additional tabs for Fire Districts, Hospital Districts, and School Board. You all received an invite to edit the spreadsheet on 11/16/18, if you need another invite please let me know.
Talk to you all soon.
Field Mobilization Director
Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO
321 16th Ave. South, Seattle, WA 98144
Download: Path-to-Power-Training-flyer 2019.pdf
Upcoming Events Clark County Democratic Women
Jul 20, 2019laborers local 335 2212 NE Andresen Rd, Vancouver, Washington 98661
City Council and Citizen Forum - Vancouver
Jul 22, 2019City Hall 415 West 6th St Vancouver, WA 98660
Clark County Councilors Meeting
Jul 23, 20191300 Franklin Vancouver, WA 6th Floor
Port of Vancouver Meetings
Jul 23, 20193103 NW Lower River Road, Vancouver, WA.
17th LD Democrats Monthly Meeting
Jul 24, 2019TBD