YNational Federation of Republican Women (NFRW) leaders and their red, white and blue bus “Rosie” stops in Lakewood (August 24, 2016 from 4-5 pm) as part of a nationwide tour. The mission of ‘NFRW Destination: White House’ tour is to elect Republicans by registering voters, especially Republican-leaning women, and rallying Republican Women across the country. […]
By Ian Northrip, Vice-Chair, Pierce County Democrats TACOMA – On Thursday night, August 11, 2016, the Pierce County Democrats will hold a forum on the ballot propositions appearing on the November 2016 ballot. All six Statewide initiatives and the regional transit proposition have been invited to participate, along with speakers on five proposals to amend […]
The Puyallup Tribe was intimately affected by police brutality on January 28, when a tribal member, 32-year-old Jackie Salyers, was brutally shot and killed by the Tacoma Police Department.
By Ian Northrip, Vice Chair, Pierce County Democrats TACOMA – As the Tuesday, August 2nd deadline to turn in 2016 primary election ballots approaches, the Pierce County Democratic Party encouraged Pierce County residents to participate in that election and to vote for its endorsed candidates. The Pierce County Democrats released their complete list of endorsed federal, statewide, legislative, […]
TACOMA, Wash. – Peter Buck of R.E.M. and The Beatniks are headlining a “Summer Celebration” fundraiser for Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist. This family-friendly event is Saturday, July 30, 2:00 pm, at the Point Ruston Grand Plaza, 5115 Grand Loop, Ruston. The suggested donation is $50.
In response to multiple and continued instances of use of deadly force nationwide, Washington for Good Policing is announcing the launch of their campaign to increase police accountability in Washington State by updating the language of the law to increase accountability in instances where law enforcement uses deadly force.
By Don Anderson, Lakewood, Washington Bruce Dammeier is the most qualified candidate for Pierce County Executive. While his opponents are truly decent people, Bruce is not a career politician. As a result, he has varied experience which makes him the best prepared to address the challenges of the job.
By Chris Anderson Words. It’s funny how words can lead you to believe one thing but actually might mean something else. Take for instance “Elected Experience”. You read this in every voter’s guide that is sent out to you before you get your ballots in the mail. I have always assumed it meant the elected experience […]
Kit Burns filed to run as a write-in candidate with the Pierce County Auditor. Kit is running in the August Primary – Pierce County Council District 4. Kit says remember to do two things – First, write “Kit Burns” and second, “connect the arrows” before returning your ballot.
FREE COUNTRY: We live in a wonderful country that allows citizens to participate in their government, political campaigns and to vote. I support and cherish these gifts of freedom. CHILDISH POLITICAL SIGNS: What I do not cherish is the juvenile grade school kiddie practice of posting campaign signs all over town. These signs are a […]