Greetings from the Yakima County Democratic Party

Our website contains a wealth of information including a page of links taking you to most things Democratic at the Local, Regional, State and National levels.

Dates and times of the monthly meetings of local party organizations are listed on the Meetings/Events Page.

The 2014 Platform as adopted by the Yakima County Democrats on April 12, 2014 can be found here.

Our office is located at 402 South 3rd Street, Yakima, WA, (509) 452-7197, which will be the center of campaign activities this year.

Help us achieve our goals by volunteering for the various committees and activities we have scheduled throughout the year.



The 15th Legislative District will hold its Reorganization meeting on Thursday, January 15th at 6:00 p.m. Elected PCOs in the 15th LD will vote to elect the following: Chair, Vice Chair, State Committeeman and State Committeewoman. All Democrats are invited to attend this Reorganization. Please bring your favorite dish as this will be a pot luck meeting.

The meeting will be held at the Yakima County Democratic Central Committee office located at 402 S. Third Street, Yakima, WA.

Dec. 14, 2014

Yakima County Democratic Central Committee

PO Box 121 – 402 South 3rd Street
Yakima, WA 98907
CONTACT: Paul George, 509/966-5097


Yakima Democrats Elect New County, 14th District Officers      

          Yakima Democrats elected new officers for the County Central Committee and 14th Legislative District at their reorganization meeting Saturday, Dec. 13.

          Susan Palmer of Yakima was elected chairwoman of the Central Committee. Also elected were Gabriel Munoz, Yakima, vice chairman, Asa Washines, Wapato, state committee man; and Dulce Gutierrez, Yakima, state committee woman.

Mathew Tomaskin of Parker was elected chairman of the 14th Legislative District that comprises Yakima, Klickitat and Skamania counties and the eastern corner of Clark County.

Other officers are: Elizabeth Figueroa, Yakima, vice chair; Don Hinman, Yakima, state committee man; and Patsy Whitefoot, White Swan, state committee woman.

All officers will serve a two-year term.

The 15th Legislative District of the Lower Yakima Valley scheduled Jan. 15th as date for its reorganization meeting.