Olympia Indivisible endorsed and supported Derek Sanders campaign for Thurston County Sheriff. And he won, defeating incumbent Sheriff John Snaza. We continue to be fans of this young Sheriff and follow him on Facebook where we see him both learning from and leading his officers.
Sheriff Sanders has offered to report to Olympia Indivisible on his first year in office, and we are happy to make that happen. Join us at this zoom Town Hall on Tuesday, March 12, at 7:00 pm.
Please register here to attend. You can submit a question for Sheriff Sanders on the registration form.
Vote in the Presidential Primary
Your presidential primary ballot has arrived (it's sitting on your counter). There is no part of the 2024 presidential election about which any of us can afford to be lackadaisical, particularly given that so many major media, print, and broadcast outlets have been putting their thumbs on the scale in talking about primary results.
You can help fight back against media spin!
Fill out your presidential primary ballot today (and then make sure your friends and family do the same),
Thurston Conservation District Board of Supervisors Election 2024
The Thurston Conservation District (TCD) has a governing board of five supervisors, of whom three are elected and two are appointed. The District 1 position is up for election.
You must request a ballot from the Thurston Conservation District in order to vote in this election.
Mail or drop off your ballot by March 19th (must be postmarked by this date)
The Washington Legislative Session is in full swing and ends on March 8. At this time, we have a unique opportunity to influence the outcome of consequential legislation by using TAN.
Did you forget to sign up for TAN, or have trouble using it and gave up the habit?
Get a quick start on making the Take Action Network (TAN) a mainstay for your daily or weekly activism. Indivisible TAN wizard Kevin Leja’s short seminars on Zoom will get you using TAN immediately.
Sign up here for one of Kevin's training sessions.
Stay Informed Thurston County and Port of Olympia Meetings
Now that we have elected our candidates to the County Commission (Clouse and Fournier) and Port Commission (Vasavada, Sanders, Tonge) positions, please support them and become familiar with the issues by attending meetings in person or on zoom. Or, review videos whenever you can. Every position counts, every issue impacts our community.
Port of Olympia
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Thurston County Planning Commission
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