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TRY Brochure

For You: A FREE Directory of
Your Elected Officials

Every year, as soon as the November election is over, as a free service to our local community, local League volunteers update the The 2024 TRY They Represent Us Brochure a directory of state and local elected officials. The group divides up the pages to update them, and then checks the accuracy of every, single thing on every, single page. We also print 500 copies that we distribute to various locations throughout the Clallam County including libraries, city offices, tribal offices, visitor centers and more.

This year the hard-working group consisted of Kimberly Gonzales (computer wizard who formatted and updated the document) and these page checkers: Bonnie Glendenning, Susan Blenk, Mary Reimer, Kathy Moore, Mary Foster, Margie Whitmore and Diane and Dale Jarvis.
Here's what they say about working on the TRY: 

  • Margie-"Working on the TRY brochure was an easy, satisfying way to support citizen education. Seeing the full spectrum of elected offices and public agencies in one easy-to-read directory is a wonderful tool."
  • Sharon-"I enjoy updating the TRY brochure because the project supplies a valuable resource to the community and it keeps me updated on the local officials for my own benefit. Also, in the cases where I needed to follow up with an official, they've all been very helpful and pleasant, as well as complimentary of the TRY brochure and our efforts."
  • Bonnie G-"I enjoy editing, and like Margie, I think this list of elected officials is valuable. When I call the offices to check info, they are pleased the League of Women Voters is helping with this public service."

THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN to Sound Bank for sponsoring the 2024 TRY Brochure! 

The 2024 TRY They Represent Us Brochure contains up-to-date contact information for our government officials - those serving the citizens of Clallam County at the municipal, county, state, and national level including city and county councils, state and national legislators, local school boards, courts, and other public agencies. Meeting times and locations are also included.


The State We're In:
A Great Civics Education Resource

The League produces a highly acclaimed civics textbook, The State We're In: Washington - Your Guide to State, Tribal and Local Government, a friendly, easy-to-read primer that covers the basics of what government is, how it works, and why we should care about it. It is generously illustrated with graphs, photos and drawings.

The State We're In is the only book that includes historic and current Tribal government as an integral part of civics education. It’s telling of Washington state’s history is fully inclusive of all the peoples of our state.

Written for grades 7- 12, it is also a useful tool for ELL, GED and Basic Education programs. Its Teacher's Curriculum Guide is coded to all current state standards. Teachers, librarians and the Washington State Indian Education Association endorse it, and over 22,500 copies have been distributed statewide.

FREE online and downloadable versions are available here.

Register to Vote, Check, or Update Your Info

 You can also go to VoteWA Voter Portal  to register to vote online, check, or update your info on the Washington Secretary of State website. Note: Ballots are NOT forwarded to new or temporary addresses! In-person voter registration is available at the Clallam County Auditor's Office at the County Courthouse at 223 East 4th Street in Port Angeles. Phone 360-417-2000. The Clallam County Elections and Voter Information Page provides info about voting and voter registration in Clallam County.