About Us


About Washington’s 37th Legislative District Democrats

We are the local Democratic Party organization for the 37th Legislative District in Washington State.  We are dedicated to helping elect and support local Democrats through donations and direct action.  If you live in the 37th Legislative District and would like to join our team or just find out more about what we do, please contact us at info@37dems.org.

Where we Are

The 37th District is comprised of portions of the following communities:

  • Rainer Valley
  • Central District
  • Columbia City
  • Madrona
  • Mount Baker
  • Leschi
  • Rainier Beach
  • Beacon Hill
  • Seward Park
  • Capitol Hill
  • SODO
  • Skyway
  • Renton

The 37th District is an exciting, thriving , diverse community, with wonderful parks, public sites, and historic areas.  If you are unsure if you live in the 37th District, you can check here!

Meet Us

We are folks just like you. We care about our local community, our state, our country and the world. We believe that politics is the art of bringing folks together to solve problems. We are committed to creating a more perfect democracy, and we practice what we preach. Here are our democratically elected leaders.

Meetings… Join us!

The 37th District Democrats hold regular monthly membership meetings on the second Monday of each month from 7:00 – 9:00pm.  At our meetings we hear from guest speakers on a range of important topics, as well as elected officials and candidates for elected office.  Join us from 6:30 – 7:00pm to socialize!  Everyone is welcome.  Meetings take place at the Ethiopian Community Mutual Association located at 8323 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, Washington 98118 in Rainier Beach.

We have a number of rules for our meetings, as noted below.

Meeting Norms

  1. Bring a positive attitude to the meeting
  2. Assume good intent
  3. Agree to disagree
  4. Ensure our meeting is a safe place
  5. Everyone’s opinion is valuable
  6. The chair will ensure good time management

Ground Rules

  1. Speak when recognized by the chair
  2. Comments should be on topic
  3. Non-urgent comments or suggestions should be addressed to the chair or members of the executive board after the meeting
  4. Do not interrupt the person who has the floor
  5. Put your cell phones on silent or vibrate and take calls outside the meeting room

Call to Action