Mark your calendars for Monday, May 16th 2016 as the Key Peninsula Democrats host a forum featuring candidates for the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. Candidates include Erin Jones of Lacey, WA, Chris Reykdal of Olympia, WA, Larry Seaquist of Gig Harbor, WA and David Spring of North Bend, WA. Randy Dorn, current superintendent of the Office of Public Instruction will also be in attendance. Location for this forum is the Key Peninsula Fire Station in Home (Lakebay), 1921 Key Peninsula Hwy N and will start at 7 PM. Bring a friend and see you there!
Democrats have watched Republicans like Donald Trump promote division through the use of FEAR as a follow-up to the G. W. Bush tactics following 9/11/2001. We need to heed the words of FDR, Thomas Jefferson and others who reminded us the lack of fear brought the United States of America unity and strength.
At our regular meeting on Thursday, January 7, 2016, member Tony Otto will lead a discussion on the subject of the use of fear by current Republican candidates. Please make plans to attend this important discussion and if possible, bring a friend as well.
Click here for a suggested reading of a 2 page excerpt of chapter one from The Assault on Reason by Al Gore. Our January membership meeting will take place Thursday, January 7, 2016 at the Givens Community Center (1026 Sidney Rd, Port Orchard, 98366). Our dinner ($5 donation) starts at 6:30 PM which will include pizza, sandwiches, salad and dessert and a beverage of your choice. Membership meeting will be called to order at 7 PM.
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.