Celebrating a near clean Democratic sweep in the State, 1st and 9th CDs, and the 48th LD elections was the order of the day at our monthly meeting, which was rescheduled from the regular third Wednesday meeting date to avoid conflicting with Thanksgiving preparations on 11/21.
PCOs and campaign volunteers shared a number of good ideas for tweaking coordinated campaigns, signage, and tips for PCO canvassing in the future. Some ideas shared were a unified campaign brochure to prevent having to distribute numerous individual fliers, and developing a bank of interpreters of various languages.
Tips for PCO canvassing included carrying stamps for those who use that as an excuse for not mailing a ballot and keeping the address of nearest ballot drop boxes near the phone when calling. Our doorbell hanger was well-received. Doorbellers reported an unusually positive response this election.
If you were unable to attend but have ideas to share about future campaign improvements, please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org Subject line: Campaign feedback and your ideas will be retained for future reference.
- Treasurer Sue Boone’s November report: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9MhnCyZ6fLnSDNvaU9tRzFzMVE/edit
- 2nd Vice Chair Linda Seltzer provided information pertaining to PCOs elected for 2013-2014 and to appointed/acting PCOs needing to renew their appointments, or to persons interested in being appointed PCO to their precinct: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9MhnCyZ6fLnZHNvbE5reXB1VjA/edit
- KC Committeewoman Mary Wirta summarized King County Democratic Central Committee news: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9MhnCyZ6fLnVUhBdVhDWlJQNEU/edit
1st Vice Chair Brad Helland, State Committeewoman Becky Lewis and Sharon Miller will serve as a Nominations Committee to recruit members to run for the officer positions that will be up for election at our January biennial reorganization meeting. If you are interested in an office on the Board or wish to recommend someone for consideration for a particular office, please contact one of the committee members directly, or email Brad via his email on our website’s Contact page.