Resolved that the First Legislative District Democrats affirm our support for the people of both Israel and Palestine to live in peace and security, and the right of all people to live, learn, work, play, pray, and engage in peaceful protest without threats, intimidation, violence, or death.
Resolved that the First Legislative District Democrats condemn the inappropriate censure of Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib by the House of Representatives; commend and thank Congresswomen Suzan DelBene and Pramila Jayapal of the First Legislative District for opposing H. Res. 845; and strongly disagree with Congresswomen Schrier and Pérez for their support of H. Res. 845 and request future dialogue regarding their votes.
Resolved that the First Legislative District Democrats condemn both the attack on October 7, 2023 by Hamas, and the Israeli military’s disproportionate response on the 2.3 million Palestinian people living in Gaza (nearly half of whom are children).
Resolved that the First Legislative District Democrats affirm the full civil and human rights of our LGBTQIA2S+ community members.
Resolved that the 1st LD Democrats urge their Washington state representatives and senator to support the passage of legislation to allow voters to rank their partisan choices in the presidential primary.
Resolved that the First District Democrats support the creation of a wealth tax to fund needed services for Washingtonians, such as public education, housing, disability programs and supports, climate change resilience, public transit and transportation, and health care.
Resolved that the First District Democrats support passage of King County Proposition 1 also known as Ordinance 195722 (the 2023 King County Crisis Care Centers Levy).
Resolved that we urge the members of our Congressional delegation to draft language and vote in favor of legislation that repeals the Railway Labor Act and puts railroad and airline workers on the same bargaining footing as most other unionized workers.
Resolved that the members of our Congressional delegation and President Biden are urged to refrain from future actions against or in interference with worker’s right to strike.