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  • 24 Jul 2022 4:50 PM | Douglass MacKenzie (Administrator)


     

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    Republican-led voter intimidation efforts are in full swing statewide. Right now, people are being recruited to watch drop boxes — a continued effect of Donald Trump’s “Big Lie.” It’s disappointing, but ultimately, not surprising, as we’ve seen them deploy similar tactics nationally.

     

    In King County, Republicans went as far as posting signs at drop boxes, stating the area was under surveillance and asking people to report anything “suspicious” to the KC GOP’s website.

    The “Big Lie” is just that, a big lie. Washington’s election system is not only fair and accessible, but secure. Time and again, they fail to provide any real proof of fraud. Drop-box surveillance is textbook voter intimidation, pure and simple, and it needs to end. Drop boxes remain a safe place to deposit a completed ballot, that hasn’t changed no matter what they claim. 

     

    This is why we have actively called upon the Washington State GOP to rebuke these efforts. We must do everything in our power to fight back against any effort to cast doubt on the validity of our electoral institutions and weaken our democracy, which only thrives when people vote. 

     

    This is also exactly why we have our Voter Protection hotline at 206-309-VOTE (8683). Our team is ready to assist folks with any questions or concerns, and we will do all we can to ensure every voter gets the help and support they need to cast their ballot. 

     

    If you see any drop-box surveillance efforts in your area, report it there as well. And if you have a legal background and some time, we could use your volunteer help with our stellar Voter Protection team; contact data@wa-democrats.org to join.

     

    But most importantly, if you haven’t mailed in your ballot yet, make sure you do so ASAP! Our terrific Democrats need your support in the primary. The clock is ticking — don’t delay, vote today!  

    We’re thrilled to highlight our newest Poulsbo field organizer, Savannah Johnson! Savannah started at the state party just this week, and has hit the ground running with GOTV. She moved to Washington from her home state of Florida in 2016, and is currently working toward a degree in environmental science, with a concentration in natural resources and conservation. Savannah got her start in politics while in high school, making voter registration calls for the Obama campaign. 

     

    We’re excited to have her passion at the state party, and can’t wait to see all she accomplishes here!

     

    Want to join our team, or know of someone who’d make a great addition? Current openings:

    Visit wa-democrats.org/jobs to learn more.

    Keep in touch, stay engaged, and as always, thank you for all you do!

     

    With gratitude,

    Chair Tina Podlodowski

    Washington State Democratic Party

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  • 8 Jul 2022 8:17 PM | Douglass MacKenzie (Administrator)

     

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    GOTV is in full swing here at the state party! We’re working with local party organizations, elected officials and candidates across the state to get our communities registered and ready to vote blue in 2022. Next weekend, our tour across Washington state begins, kicking off with U.S. Sen. Patty Murray on the 16th and continuing right up until the primary. Stay tuned for the full schedule — and don’t worry, I’ve already got my Cheetos for the upcoming road trips (if you know, you know)!


    Weekend of Action

    SOUTH PUGET SOUND & OLYMPIC PENINSULA

    Saturday, July 9

    Lakewood Canvass, 9 a.m. to noon

    Special guests: Chair Tina Podlodowski, Congresswoman Marilyn Strickland, Speaker of the House Laurie Jinkins, Reps. Dan Bronoske and Mari Leavitt, and Cherika Carter of AFL-CIO

    Bremerton Canvass, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Special guest: 26th LD candidate Adison Richards

    Sunday, July 10

    Poulsbo Canvass, 10 a.m. to noon

    Special guest: Congressman Derek Kilmer

    Pierce County Canvass - Tacoma, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Pierce County Virtual Phone Bank, 3 to 5 p.m.

    Olympic Peninsula Virtual Phone Bank, 3 to 5 p.m.

    Special guest: Rep. Tarra Simmons

     

    Keep in touch, stay engaged, and as always, thank you for all you do!

     

    With gratitude,

    Chair Tina Podlodowski

    Washington State Democratic Party

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  • 1 Jul 2022 11:06 AM | Douglass MacKenzie (Administrator)


    From: Drew Estep <drew@wa-democrats.org> 

    Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2022 4:00 PM
    To: Chairs and Vice Chairs <cvc@wa-democrats.org>; Washington State Democratic Central Committee <wsdcc@wa-democrats.org>
    Cc: exec@wa-democrats.org; Tina Podlodowski <tina@wa-democrats.org>; Diane Bedwell <diane@wa-democrats.org>; Libby Watson <libby@wa-democrats.org>
    Subject: Coordinated Campaign in FULL SWING

    Good afternoon (again) Democrats!

     

    This is my second email this afternoon regarding the transition into Get Out the Vote, but as many of you have already seen from your regional field directors or field organizers the Washington State Democrats are full speed ahead into campaign season for an exciting few weeks of events starting July 6! Ballots drop in just 16 days and it’s SO important that we see high turnout among our Democratic base in the Primaries. A strong showing in these elections will mean more enthusiasm and resources for the General in November! 

     

    Please join us for a unique opportunity to hear directly from Tina, and your regional field team to learn more about this year, what’s at stake, our goals, and how we can work together to elect Democrats up and down the ballot. Local Party Organizations are the backbone of our volunteer infrastructure, and we can’t do this without you! We want your feedback and creative ideas! These townhall meetings will be interactive and inspirational with time for Q&AThere will also be a prize for the LD in each region that has the most attendees plus most completed GOTV shifts! 

     

    South Puget Sound & Olympic PeninsulaWednesday, July 6, 5:30-6:15 PM

    (LDs: 27, 28, 25, 29, 26, 23, 24)

     

     Northwest WA: Monday, July 115:30-6:15 PM

    (LDs: 44, 21, 10, 38, 42, 40, 39, 1, 32)

     

    King County: Tuesday, July 12, 5:30-6:15 PM

    (LDs: 47, 5, 11, 30, 31, 45, 48, 41, 33, 34, 37, 36, 46, 43)

     

    Southwest WA: Wednesday, July 13, 5-6:15 PM

    (LDs: 17, 18, 49, 19, 20, 2, 22, 35)

     

    Central & Eastern WA: Wednesday, July 13, 7-7:45 PM

    (LDs: 3, 4, 6, 7, 12, 13, 14, 15, 8, 9, 16) 

     

    Note - if you’re part of a county organization, then please join for the events that are in the LDs in your county, we definitely want you there too!

     

    Please spread the word to your PCOs and be in attendance yourself. If you have any questions, you can reach out to our Field Director, libby@wa-democrats.org 

     

    Drew

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    Party Affairs Director | Washington State Democrats 615 2nd Ave., Suite 580, Seattle, WA 98104

    Phone | (206) 583-0664 Ext. 124

     

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    Volunteer | wa-democrats.org/volunteer

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  • 17 Jun 2022 2:48 PM | Douglass MacKenzie (Administrator)

     

    Pride Month should be a time of love, authenticity, and honor — not hate or violence. But that’s what we saw last weekend in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, when a parade was disrupted by a group of white nationalists. Thankfully, they were arrested before they could carry out their planned attack. It was revealed a number of them came right from Washington state, and were linked not only to Patriot Front, a dangerous alt-right organization, but also to former Republican state Rep. Matt Shea. We continue to see members of the Washington GOP, including many prominent elected officials, connected to extremist groups. We can’t allow that hate to continue to grow here, and we have to keep fighting to ensure protections for the LGBTQ community in our state and beyond. We MUST keep extremists out of office at the ballot box, and that is done by turning out Democratic voters in every race and every place in Washington state. Let’s get to work, Democrats!

    Our 2022 state convention is just a week away! We’ve got a lot to celebrate, and thankfully we have a stellar group of friends to help with our historic homecoming. We are so thrilled to share that Sen. Patty Murray, Rep. Kim Schrier, Rep. Marilyn Strickland, and Gov. Jay Inslee will speak at the evening gala Saturday. But the excitement doesn’t stop there! DNC Chairman Jaime Harrison is also slated to speak that morning to delegates during the General Session meeting. This all-star lineup not only has a finger on the pulse of the Democratic Party, but they are actively working to improve our state and nation every day. You don’t want to miss it!

    Tickets are going fast — secure yours now:

    Friday Welcome Reception

    Saturday Evening Gala

    And if you're a convention delegate who has yet to register, please do so ASAP:

    Delegate Registration

    We can’t wait to see everyone next Friday and Saturday!

    Keep in touch, stay engaged, and as always, thank you for all you do!

     

    With gratitude, 

     

    Chair Tina Podlodowski

    Washington State Democratic Party

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    The work we do today wins elections in November. If you're ready to elect Democrats in every race and every place in Washington state, invest in our efforts and make a contribution nowConsider supporting our work year round by joining our monthly giving program, Blue Washington!

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  • 10 Jun 2022 6:41 PM | Douglass MacKenzie (Administrator)

     

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    Join us for our state party’s bi-annual convention June 24-25 at the Tacoma Convention Center, with the gala on the evening of the 25th. Attendees will hear from many remarkable local and national Democratic leaders. Watch for the announcement of our incredible lineup soon!

     

    Snag your tickets TODAY!

     


    Keep in touch, stay engaged, and as always, thank you for all you do!

     

    With gratitude, 

     

    Chair Tina Podlodowski

    Washington State Democratic Party

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    The work we do today wins elections in November. If you're ready to elect Democrats in every race and every place in Washington state, invest in our efforts and make a contribution nowConsider supporting our work year round by joining our monthly giving program, Blue Washington!

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  • 3 Jun 2022 6:25 PM | Douglass MacKenzie (Administrator)

     

    We will submit our official application to the DNC in just a few hours in hopes of becoming one of the first five states to host an early presidential primary in 2024. In our bid, we highlighted the many characteristics that put Washington on the forefront of progressive politics and make our state such a wonderful place to call home, like our expansive and diverse communities of color, Democratic-led state government, strong union presence, and world-class, mail-in election system (a personal favorite of mine).

    Last week, I spoke of the progress made in recent years to improve and increase voting access. And while we are continuing to find ways to make further advancements there, the GOP is laser-focused on voter intimidation and spreading blatant falsehoods. Right now, right-wing groups are going door-to-door asking about people’s voter registration statuses at private residences. This is illegal, and has the potential to scare individuals from voting in the midterm. But it’s part of the GOP’s nationwide crusade to erect unnecessary and often harmful hurdles to the ballot box.

    Our democracy is at its best when everyone participates. We will NOT allow votes to be suppressed in Washington state. This is why we filed motions to intervene in and dismiss the many baseless lawsuits filed by far-right Republican activists last fall, demanding unlawful Arizona-style “audits” of the 2020 results in counties across the state under the guise of election integrity. 

    On Thursday, Washington’s state Supreme Court announced it had imposed more than $28,000 in fines against that group and its attorney for a lack of real evidence. While we celebrate this victory and the ones preceding it, we all know this was an incredible waste of time, talent, and financial resources to fight wild conspiracies based on Trumpian delusions.


    Washington is so lucky to have such a fantastic Secretary of State like Steve Hobbs, who is working hard to ensure voting is safe, secure, and accessible. Remember, this is the first time the position has been held by a Democrat in 60yearsThe only way to keep our elections free and fair in Washington state is reelecting Hobbs. We can’t afford to lose that office for another six decades — and together, we won’t.

    Tomorrow marks the official start of the 2022 election cycle, as we launch the first of many statewide Days of Action in communities across Washington. We must build as much momentum ahead of the midterm as we can, and this is a great opportunity to do just that.

     

    Grab your door-knocking shoes and join us as we mobilize our neighborhoods, get people registered to vote, and spread the word about the incredible slate of Democratic candidates running in 2022.

    Tomorrow’s event is our biggest of the year so far, and we need your help to make it a success. It’s not too late; invite everyone in your local area to help (register below). If you can’t attend and want to support our efforts, chip in HERE. And be sure to watch for upcoming Days of Action near you!

    'Stop the Steal' Group Fined Over Lack of Evidence in Voter Fraud Lawsuit

    The efforts of Attorney General Bob Ferguson led Washington state's Supreme Court to impose more than $28,000 in fines on an "election integrity" group and its lawyer for providing minimal evidence in its lawsuit alleging state officials illegally registered non-citizens to vote.

    Is this the Interurban?’ Trail advocates seek federal money

    U.S. Rep. Rick Larsen biked a portion of the Interurban Trail in Mountlake Terrace alongside a group of advocates to discuss how the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law can help improve bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure in Snohomish County.

    Find additional news and more on our website and social media.


    Keep in touch, stay engaged, and as always, thank you for all you do!

     

    With gratitude, 

     

    Chair Tina Podlodowski

    Washington State Democratic Party

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  • 27 May 2022 3:10 PM | Douglass MacKenzie (Administrator)

     

    This week, 19 children and two adults were killed in yet another school shooting, the deadliest in our nation since Sandy Hook — the incident that prompted me to re-enter politics a decade ago.

    The shooting occurred just a few miles from where I grew up, and I was sitting in my son’s kindergarten classroom as the news broke. In the wake of that tragedy, a group of us came together to start the Alliance for Gun Responsibility to make a difference, and in the time since, we have.

    To pass all of the legislation we needed, it was very clear we had to create a better voting system and get more people engaged. This led me to run for Washington Secretary of State. Despite losing, I still wasn’t deterred, and became the Democratic State Party Chair, so we could regain our Democratic majorities and improve our elections. As a result, we saw good policies signed into law, like automatic and same-day voter registration, pre-registration for 16- and 17- year-olds, and postage paid ballots, as well as better gun laws and increased protections for a person’s right to choose.

    We’re so lucky to live in a state on the forefront of progressive politics, but there’s still so much to be done to improve the lives of all Washingtonians. November’s general election is in 165 days. As we know all too well, change can happen in an instant. From now until then, we must channel our collective pain into action and do the work to turn out Democratic voters everywhere, so we can continue to make change. The time is now.

    Recent events prove just how imperative it is for us to retain our Democratic majorities at the state and federal levels. But to ensure that, we have to band together and work harder than ever before. 

    On Saturday, June 4, will kick off the 2022 election cycle with the first of many statewide Days of Action in communities across Washington. This is a great opportunity to help build momentum ahead of the midterm, as Democrats knock doors and get voters excited about local candidates.

    The event is our biggest of the year, and we’ll need your help to make it a success. Invite everyone in your local area to join (register below). If you can’t attend June 4 and want to support our efforts, you can make a contribution HERE. And be sure to watch for additional Days of Action near you.

    Day of Action

    Our first of many statewide Days of Action is set for Saturday, June 4, where we’ll knock doors, mobilize our communities, and get voters excited about local candidates. Register now:

    Stay tuned for more information and additional  locations!

    Washington State Democratic Convention

    Join us for our party’s annual convention June 24-25 at the Tacoma Convention Center. Our Homecoming-themed gala will be the evening of the 25th. More information will be released soon, including the names of our VIP speakers and guests. It’s time to come together Democrats!

    For the week of May 27 to June 2:

    Learn more of what’s happening in your neck of the woods and sign up for event alertsHERE


    From now until November, we have to mobilize every Democratic voter in Washington state — and we need your help to accomplish that. Join our incredible team of volunteers!

    Keep in touch, stay engaged, and as always, thank you for all you do!

     

    With gratitude, 

     

    Chair Tina Podlodowski

    Washington State Democratic Party

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  • 20 May 2022 9:36 PM | Douglass MacKenzie (Administrator)

     

    Today marks the final day of Candidate Filing Week, and we have an incredible slate of Democrats running at all levels, including many incumbent and first-time candidates. We know how critical it is to retain all of our Democratic majorities, and it’ll take serious effort to do that. At the state party, we’ve been building a top-notch team to make sure we get Democrats elected in every race and every place in Washington state. An integral part of that is our precinct committee officers, who also filed this week. Thank you to those stepping up to serve — and now, the real work begins. 

    In just a couple of weeks, we’ll kick off the election cycle with our first Day of Action Saturday, June 4, one of many as we continue to build momentum for the upcoming midterm. Across the state, Democrats will knock doors, make calls, and get voters excited about their local candidates. 

     

    This is the biggest event we’ve hosted so far in 2022, but we can’t make it happen without you! Invite everyone in your local area to join (register below). If you can’t attend and want to make a contribution to support our efforts, you can donate HERE. And watch for additional events near you.

     

    Remember, the work we do now helps us win in November, so let’s get to it!  

    Day of Action

    • Our first statewide Day of Action is set for Saturday, June 4, where we’ll knock doors, make calls, and get voters excited about local candidates. Right now, events are scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in both Vancouver and Issaquah10 a.m. to noon in Snohomish, and noon to 2:30 p.m. Tacoma. Stay tuned for more information and add-on locations!

    Washington State Democratic Convention

    • Join us for our party’s annual convention June 24-25 at the Tacoma Convention Center. More information will be released soon, including the names of our VIP speakers and guests!

    For the week of May 20-26:

     

    Learn more of what’s happening in your neck of the woods and sign up for event alerts HERE


    From now until November, we have to mobilize every Democratic voter in Washington state — and we need your help to accomplish that. Join our incredible team of volunteers!

    Keep in touch, stay engaged, and as always, thank you for all you do!

    With gratitude, 

    Chair Tina Podlodowski

    Washington State Democratic Party


  • 14 May 2022 11:45 AM | Douglass MacKenzie (Administrator)

     

    This week, the U.S. Senate had the opportunity to codify abortion rights into federal law by passing the Women’s Health Protection Act, but the legislation failed — for the second time — with all 50 Republicans in opposition. We saw our Democratic leaders, Sens. Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, stand up for all of Washington and the nation, while the GOP once again put its party’s extreme agenda before the people. Again, I ask you to turn your anger and outrage into action. We must elect pro-choice candidates at every level, from Congress to the state legislature to city halls to local school boards. This is the only way to ensure Washington remains a champion of reproductive rights, especially as more people come to our state because they were denied access to abortion — a basic health care service — in their own. We can’t go back, and by banding together and electing pro-choice Democrats up and down the ballot in every race and every place, we won’t.

    Today was the final day of the Association of State Democratic Committees’ second quarterly meeting of 2022. We welcomed all state and territorial party leaders to Washington state, as well as DNC Chair Jaimie Harrison (shown above), and had the opportunity to spotlight the important work Democrats are doing here. It also served as a chance to ensure all of us are working in tandem at a local and national level to create a better future for all, particularly ahead of the 2022 midterm. 

     

    Next week, the candidate filing period opens, signifying the official start of this election cycle. We know how critical it is to retain all of our Democratic majorities, and it’ll take serious work to do that. This is why we’ve been building up our team, so we can see our candidates across the finish line. You can support our efforts by volunteering (you’ll find several opportunities below), whether it’s volunteer recruitment, knocking doors, or helping mobilize voters. If you’d rather make a contribution, you can donate HERE. 


    You can also get involved by becoming a Precinct Committee Official, a role responsible for providing information to voters in your neighborhood and being their main point of contact. PCOs also play an integral role in the state party, and elect party leadership, help fill vacancies in elected office, and lead their precinct caucus for two-year terms. Online candidate filing runs from 9 a.m. on May 16 to 4 p.m. May 20 HERE. Find more information at wa-democrats.org/local/pco.

    Washington State Democratic Convention

    • Join us for our party’s annual convention June 24-25 at the Tacoma Convention Center. More information will be released soon, including the names of our VIP guests!

    For the week of May 13-19:

     

    Learn more of what’s happening in your neck of the woods and sign up for event alerts HERE


    From now until November, we have to mobilize every Democratic voter in Washington state — and we need your help to accomplish that. Join our incredible team of volunteers!

    The Washington State Democratic Party, together with the DNC Best Practices Institute, are excited to announce the launch of our 2022 Train the Trainer (T3) Webinar Training Program! 

     

    T3 is a free six-week, 12-part webinar course, and covers different aspects of grassroots campaigning. It seeks to expand the skills of progressive activists and volunteers, by ensuring the comprehensive training is free and accessible to Democrats all over the country. 


    The T3 trainings are held every Tuesday and Thursday from 4-5 p.m. PST May 24 to June 30. The deadline to register is May 22 at 8:59 p.m. PST. Sign up HERE today!

    Keep in touch, stay engaged, and as always, thank you for all you do!

     

    With gratitude, 

     

    Chair Tina Podlodowski

    Washington State Democratic Party



  • 6 May 2022 6:32 PM | Douglass MacKenzie (Administrator)

    MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR

    Stay tuned until the end!

    Since it was first leaked earlier this week, the Supreme Court’s draft decision overturning Roe v. Wade has been at the forefront of everyone’s mind. We must turn anger into action, and renew our commitment to electing Democrats who will continue to safeguard abortion access in Washington state. It must be done in every race and every place.

    Campaigns are beginning to kick off statewide, and it will take all of us to get our incredible Democratic candidates, like Sen. Patty Murray and Rep. Kim Schrier, across the finish line. By working together, we can accomplish that and more.

    DEMOCRATS IN THE NEWS

    Washington Democrats gathered in Kerry Park after a draft decision from the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade was leaked. Leaders said they plan to “fight like hell” to ensure continued abortion access in the state.

    The Washington State Democratic Party officially entered the race to become one of the first five states to host an early presidential primary in 2024. To be selected, states must demonstrate diversity, competitiveness, and feasibility. A decision will be made by early August.

    The Washington State Democratic Party joined 52 other Democratic state partiesin condemning the Supreme Court’s intention to overturn Roe v. Wade following the draft decision’s link. The organizations called on Congress to codify Roe immediately.

    Find additional news and more on our website and social media!

    STAFF CORNER

    This week, we welcomed Austin Christofferson to our ever-growing party staff! He will serve as our campaign operations manager.


    We’re building a top-notch team, who will help us Get out the Vote in every race and every place in Washington state. Know of anyone who’d make a great addition to our staff? Tell them to visit wa-democrats.org/jobs to learn more. And stay tuned for additional announcements! 

    SAVE THE DATE

    Association of State Democratic Committees Meeting

    • State parties across the nation will head to Seattle May 11-13 for the Association of State Democratic Committees’ second quarterly meeting for 2022.

    Washington State Democratic Convention

    • Join us for our party’s annual convention June 24-25 at the Tacoma Convention Center. More information will be released soon, including the names of our VIP guests!

    GET INVOLVED

    For the week of May 6-12:

    Learn more of what’s happening in your neck of the woods HERE.

    From now until November, we have to mobilize every Democratic voter in Washington state — and we need your help to accomplish that. Join our incredible team of volunteers!

    TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES

    The Washington State Democratic Party, together with the DNC Best Practices Institute, are excited to announce the launch of our 2022 Train the Trainer (T3) Webinar Training Program! 

    T3 is a free six-week, 12-part webinar course, and covers different aspects of grassroots campaigning. It seeks to expand the skills of progressive activists and volunteers, by ensuring the comprehensive training is free and accessible to Democrats all over the country. 

    The T3 trainings are held every Tuesday and Thursday from 4-5 p.m. PST May 24 to June 30. The deadline to register is May 22 at 8:59 p.m. PST. Sign up HERE today!

    Keep in touch, stay engaged, and as always, thank you for all you do!

    With gratitude, 

    Chair Tina Podlodowski

    Washington State Democratic Party

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