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Washington State Democratic Party

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Democratic Party of the State of Washington
ChairpersonTina Podlodowski
Senate leaderAndy Billig
House leaderFrank Chopp
Founded1890
Headquarters615 2nd Ave., Suite 580
Seattle, WA 98104
National affiliationDemocratic Party
ColorsBlue
Seats in the Upper House
28 / 49
Seats in the Lower House
57 / 98
Website
Official website

The Washington State Democratic Party is the state Democratic Party branch in the State of Washington, headquartered in the Broderick Building in Downtown Seattle.[1] It is also commonly referred to as the Washington State Democrats and the Washington Democratic Party.

Organization

Washington State Democratic Central Committee (WSDCC)

  • Chair: Tina Podlodowski
  • Vice-Chair: Joe Pakootas
  • Treasurer: Habib M. Habib
  • Secretary: Rob Dolin

County party organizations

Each of Washington's 39 counties has a county democratic central committee, which operates within that county and sends two delegates (one male and one female) to the State Central Committee.

Legislative district organizations

Each of Washington's 49 legislative districts has a local Democratic party organization, which operates within that district and sends two delegates (one male and one female) to the State Central Committee.

Current elected officials

The following popularly elected office are held by Democrats:

U.S. Senate

Since 2001, Democrats have controlled both of Washington's seats in the U.S. Senate:

U.S. House of Representatives

Democrats control a majority, they hold seven of the states's ten seats in the U.S. House following the 2010 census:

Statewide officeholders

Democrats hold six of the eight partisan elected statewide offices:[2]

Legislative leadership

See also

References

  1. ^ "Contact Us." Washington State Democratic Party. Retrieved on May 13, 2010.
  2. ^ "Elected Officials". wa-democrats.org. 13 June 2014.

External links

This page was last edited on 10 October 2019, at 05:36
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