Simple Acts of Democracy for us

The Green New Deal
Information and articles about it.
Our Washington State resolution to pressure our representatives and senators. Please cosponsor it!
Sunrise Movement actions you can join in with to move the Green New Deal forward.

Tuesday with Rep. Kilmer’s Staff
We meet with Rep. Kilmer’s staff in his office at 345 6th St Suite 500 in Bremerton mainly from 3-5 pm on the last Tuesday of the month. Last Tuesdays with Rep. Kilmer’s staff
The next meeting is on June 25th. Please join us! / Facebook

Tuesday with the Senators’ Staffers
The regular monthly Tuesday Office Hours with the senators’ staffers will be on Tuesday the 9th of July 12:30 -1:30 pm: / Facebook. We will be in the Eagle Room (in the cafeteria) again. Before the meeting we will meet and write notes asking them to cosponsor the Green New Deal. Join us! / Facebook
FAQs & 2018 Archive.

11.10 am-12.30 pm before the meeting with it being summer – and the Green New Deal being a top priority right now, please join us writing to the senators at the coffee shop next door to the Federal Bldg, Cafe Hitchcock Express, 821 2nd Ave. We will bring cards shaped like stars and stripes for you to write on. We will then take them on a material making them into a flag to the meeting asking our senators to support the Green New Deal. Let’s keep up the pressure! / Facebook

You are welcome to bring your own postcards written previously of course, with or without summer themes. It will be a pretty visual when we photograh the staffers receiving them!
More about the Green New Deal:

The History
Starting 2019, staffers have meetings with us on the second Tuesdays of the month. Please check here close to the meeting times: sometimes the meetings are cancelled / the date changes. The Facebook group also has details about whether the meetings are cancelled / changed. It is at

This site’s notes will no longer be updated.

It has morphed into a blog about this administration – how our senators react to it; and actions that we can take. Therefore, it will be reincarnated shortly as a blog with multiple contributors. This will also give us the opportunity to highlight Washington State’s activism.The blog:

If you would like to be a writer for the new blog, please let me know!