These upcoming events will be held to inform voters about the Peninsula School District levy issue.
District Information sessions:
Jan. 12 6:30 pm Key Peninsula Middle School Library
Jan. 13 6:30 pm Henderson Bay High School
Jan. 14 6:30 pm Key Center Public Library
Jan. 20 6:30 pm Gig Harbor Boys & Girls Club
Get specifics on the levy by visiting
Citizens for Peninsula Schools would greatly appreciate donations to help with the campaign. Please visit http://standup4schools.org or mail to:
Citizens for Peninsula Schools
PO Box 2184
Gig Harbor, WA 98335
Sign Waving volunteers needed:
Jan. 22 – Sign Waving at GH Target Roundabout 4 -6 pm
Jan. 23 – Sign Waving at GH Target Roundabout 10-2 pm
Phone banking volunteers needed:
Various Dates – contact information below to sign up for a date
For specific directions, locations, and other information contact Deb Krishnadasan Allin4kids@yahoo.com or 206-484-1280
South Kitsap School District recently announced dates for their meetings to explain the bond issue being presented to voters in February 2016. The 26th LD Democrats endorsed this bond measure during their December membership meeting.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — To connect with constituents at home while he’s in Washington, D.C., Rep. Derek Kilmer will host his 10th telephone town hall with callers at 6 p.m. Dec. 2 (Pacific time). Participants will have the opportunity to ask Kilmer a question or leave a message with their comments.
“I hope folks are able to join my next telephone town hall,” Kilmer said in an announcement. “As your representative, I want to make sure I continue to be accessible and accountable to you.”
Residents of the 6th District who would like to join the call can sign up at http://kilmer.house.gov/contact/townhall or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with their name and phone number by 3 p.m. Dec. 1.
Residents who sign up before the deadline will receive a phone call at 6 p.m. Dec. 2 inviting them to the town hall.
Since taking office, Kilmer has held in-person town halls across the region, in addition to town halls via phone and internet. He also frequently meets face-to-face with constituents and takes their questions at forums and “Kilmer at Your Company” events.