Delegates from Shoreline and Edmonds Attending Democratic National Convention

Five delegates from the 32nd District are in Charlotte this week

The following people from Shoreline and Edmonds are serving as delegates and alternates at the 2012 Democratic National Convention from September 2-6.

They will be posting their experiences on Patch and the Web site of the 32nd District Democrats (www.32democrats.org and their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/44677644405/).

A full list of the delegates from Washington is available here: http://wuxx.com/DNC2012/WAPics/.

State Representative and delegate Cindy Ryu was first elected to the State Legislature in 2010, representing the 32nd Legislative District. Representative Ryu is the Chair of the State Democrats Asian American and Pacific Islander Caucus and a former mayor of Shoreline.

Delegate Winona Hague is a Commissioner of African America Affairs for the State of Washington, and member of the Governor Gregoire's Interagency Council. Hague holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Washington and is a resident of Innis Arden. 

Delegate Mario Brown started doorbelling at 10 years old for Michael Dukakis in California and previously served as the chairman of the Kitsap County Young Democrats. He is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and works for the Washington Music Educators Association.

Councilmember and alternate delegate Christopher Roberts was elected to the Shoreline City Council in 2009. He earned a Ph.D. from the University of Washington in the field of Political Science in 2012. He is also the Chair of the State Democrats Native American Caucus and a member of UAW 4121.

Carin Chase of Edmonds is the Chair of the 32nd District Democrats since 2008. Chase is a lifelong Democrat, union member, and small business owner.



Don September 03, 2012 at 05:49 PM
Did Delegates from Shoreline and Edmonds attend the Republican National convention?
Tony Dondero September 03, 2012 at 07:52 PM
Don, I don't know. They did not contact Patch if they did.


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