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2020 Montana General Election Endorsements

SEIU 775 caregivers across Montana came together, interviewed the people running for office in Montana, and are proud to endorse the following candidates for elected office.

Statewide Ballot Issues:

SEIU 775 caregivers support two 2020 ballot initiatives to legalize, regulate, and tax marijuana for adult use, which will create jobs and strengthen Montana’s economy. The Marijuana taxes collected will contribute to the general fund and special revenue accounts including long-term healthcare in our state 

Vote Yes on:

Constitutional Initiative 118 (CI-118) amends the Montana Constitution to allow the State to set the minimum legal age for purchasing, possessing, and consuming marijuana at 21. 

Statutory Initiative 190 (SI-190) legalizes marijuana for adult use, establishes a system to regulate state-licensed marijuana businesses, and puts a 20% tax on non-medical marijuana sales.  

Federal Candidates:

United States Senate

Steve Bullock

United States House of Representatives

Kathleen Williams

Statewide Candidates:

Governor

Mike Cooney

Attorney General

Raph Graybill

Secretary of State

Bryce Bennett

State Auditor

Shane Morigeau

Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Melissa Romano

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2020 Washington Election Endorsements

SEIU 775 caregivers across Washington state came together, interviewed the people running for office in Washington, and are proud to endorse the following candidates for elected office.

No ballot? Contact your county auditor for a replacement.

 

Statewide Ballot Issues:

Approve Referendum Measure No. 90

Requires all public schools to offer medically accurate age-appropriate comprehensive sex education that is LGBTQ inclusive, includes affirmative consent, and teaches the signs of healthy relationships.

Approve Engrossed Senate Joint Resolution No. 8212

In 2019 the legislature passed a landmark bipartisan law establishing the Long Term Care Trust, which will help reduce the burdensome cost of long term care for hundreds of thousands struggling Washington families.  This amendment, 8212, is designed to allow the independent oversight committee established by the Long Term Care Trust Act to better manage and invest our money, ensuring our money is there for us when we need it for decades to come.

 

County Ballot Issues:

King County:

Yes on Charter Amendment No. 7 – Prohibiting Discrimination on the Basis of Family Caregiver, Military or Veteran Status

If adopted, Charter Amendment No. 7 would add the following to the list of statuses for which discrimination in county employment and contracting with nongovernmental entities is prohibited: (1) status as a family caregiver; (2) military status; and (3) status as a veteran who was honorably discharged or who was discharged solely as a result of the person’s sexual orientation or gender identity or expression.

Approve Proposition No. 1 – Harborview Medical Center Health and Safety Improvement Bonds

This proposition would authorize King County to make public health, safety and seismic improvements to Harborview Medical Center facilities, including construction of new buildings, renovation and upgrading of existing facilities and demolition of existing buildings. This will allow Harborview to increase critical health capacity, update and expand modern infection control standards and expand behavioral health capacity.

 

Federal Candidates:

President and Vice President

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris – Click here to find volunteer opportunities!

Congressional District 1

Suzan DelBene

Congressional District 2

Rick Larson

Congressional District 3

Carolyn Long

Congressional District 6

Derek Kilmer

Congressional District 7

Pramila Jayapal

Congressional District 8

Kim Schrier

Congressional District 9

Adam Smith

Congressional District 10

Beth Doglio

 

Statewide Candidates:

Governor

Jay Inslee

Lieutenant Governor

Marko Liias

Secretary of State

Gael Tarelton

State Treasurer

Mike Pellicciotti

State Auditor

Pat (Patrice) McCarthy

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

Commissioner of Public Lands

Hilary Franz

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Chris Reykdal

Insurance Commissioner

Mike Kreidler

 

State Supreme Court Justice

Raquel Montoya Lewis – Pos. 3

Charles Johnson – Pos. 4

G. Helen Whitener – Pos. 6

 

State Legislative Candidates:

1st Legislative District

State Senate:  Derek Stanford

State House, Position 1: Davina Duerr

State House Position 2: Shelley Kloba

 

3rd Legislative District

State Senate: Andy Billig

State House, Position 1: Marcus Riccelli

State House Position 2: Timm Ormsby

 

4th Legislative District

State House Position 1: Lori Feagan

 

5th Legislative District

State Senate: Ingrid Anderson

State House Position 1: Bill Ramos

State House Position 2: Lisa Callan

 

9th Legislative District

State House Position 2: Joe Schmick

 

10th Legislative District

State Senate: Helen Price Johnson

State House Position 1: Angie Homola

State House Position 2: Dave Paul

 

11th Legislative District

State Senate: Bob Hasegawa

State House Position 1: Zack Hudgens

State House Position 2: Steve Bergquist

 

12th Legislative District

State House Position 1: Adrianne Moore

 

16th Legislative District

State House Position 2: Skyler Rude

 

17th Legislative District

State Senate: Daniel Smith

State House Position 1: Tanisha Harris

State House Position 2: Paul Harris

 

18th Legislative District

State House Position 2 – Donna Sinclair

 

19th Legislative District

State Senate: Dean Takko

State House Position 1: Marianna Everson

State House Position 2: Brian Blake

 

21st Legislative District

State House Position 1: Strom Peterson

State House Position 2: Lillian Ortiz-Self

 

22nd Legislative District

State Senate: Sam Hunt

State House Position 1: Laurie Dolan

State House Position 2: Jessica Bateman

 

23rd Legislative District

State Senate: Christine Rolfes

State House Position 1: Tarra Simmons

State House Position 2: Drew Hansen

 

24th Legislative District

State Senate: Kevin Van De Wege

State House Position 2: Steve Tharinger

 

25th Legislative District

State House 1: Jamie Smith

State House Position 2: Brian Duthie

 

26th Legislative District

State House Position 1: Carrie Hesch

State House Position 2: Joy Stanford

 

27th Legislative District

State Senate: Jeannie Darneille

State House Position 1: Laurie Jenkins

State House Position 2: Jake Fey

 

28th Legislative District

State Senate: T’wina Nobles

State House Position 1: Mari Leavitt

State House Position 2: Dan Bronoske

 

29th Legislative District

State House Position 1: Melanie Morgan

State House Position 2: Steve Kirby

 

30th Legislative District

State House Position 1: Jamila Taylor

State House Position 2: Jesse Johnson

 

32nd Legislative District

State House Position 1: Cindy Ryu

State House Position 2: Lauren Davis

 

33rd Legislative District

State House Position 1: Tina Orwall

State House Position 2: Mia Gregerson

 

34th Legislative District

State House Position 1: Eileen Cody

State House Position 2: Joe Fitzgibbon

 

35th Legislative District

State House Position 1: Colton Meyers

 

36th Legislative District

State House Position 1: Noel Frame

State House Position 2: Liz Berry

 

38th Legislative District

State Senate: June Robinson

State House Position 1: Emily Wicks

State House Position 2: Mike Sells

 

40th Legislative District

State Senate: Liz Lovelett

State House Position 1: Debra Lekanoff

State House Position 2: Alex Ramel

 

41st Legislative District

State Senate: Lisa Wellman

State House Position 1: Tana Senn

State House Position 2: My-Linh Thai

 

42nd Legislative District

State House Position 1: Alicia Rule

State House Position 2: Sharon Shewmake

 

43rd Legislative District

State House Position 1: Nicole Macri

State House Position 2: Frank Chopp

 

44th Legislative District

State House Position 1: John Lovick

State House Position 2: April Berg

 

45th Legislative District

State House Position 1: Roger Goodman

State House Position 2: Larry Springer

 

46th Legislative District

State House Position 1: Gary Pollet

State House Position 2: Javier Valdez

 

47th Legislative District

State House Position 1: Debra Entenman

State House Position 2: Pat Sullivan

 

48th Legislative District

State House Position 1: Vandana Slatter

State House Position 2: Amy Walen

 

49th Legislative District

State Senate: Annette Cleveland

State House Position 1: Sharon Wylie

State House Position 2: Monica Jurado Stonier

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2019 Washington Election Endorsements

SEIU 775 caregivers across Washington state came together and are proud to endorse the following candidates for elected office and initiatives.

You should get your ballot for the General Election by Oct. 22. Mail it back or put it in a drop box as soon as you can. The last day to vote is Nov. 5.

No ballot? Contact your county auditor for a replacement.

Washington state

  • Approve R-88 to approve I-1000. Fairness and opportunity for ALL Washingtonians!
  • Reject I-976. Protect funding for repairing local roads, ADA transit services, and traffic improvements!
  • Maintain Advisory Votes 20-30. In Washington, we have the most upside-down tax system in the country, where low- and middle-income families pay a much larger share of their salary than those at the top. Tim Eyman fought to put these advisory votes on the ballot to erode public trust in our government. By voting to maintain all of them we can make sure everyone, especially the wealthy, pay their fair share for public schools, affordable health care, and investments that help grow our economy.

City of Seattle 

  • City Council District 1 – Lisa Herbold
  • City Council District 2 – Tammy Morales
  • City Council District 5 – Debora Juarez
  • City Council District 6 – Dan Strauss
  • City Council District 7 – Andrew Lewis

City of SeaTac 

  • City Council Pos. 1 – Senayet Negusse
  • City Council Pos. 3 – Damiana Merryweather
  • City Council Pos. 5 – Takele Gobena 
  • City Council Pos. 7 – Mohamed Egal

City of Spokane 

  • Mayor – Ben Stuckart
  • City Council President – Breean Beggs
  • City Council District 2 – Lori Kinnear
  • City Council District 3 – Karen Stratton

City of Tacoma 

  • City Council District 1 – Nathaniel Lawver 
  • City Council District 3 – Keith Blocker 
  • City Council Position 7 – Conor McCarthy 
  • City Council Position 8 – Kristina Walker  

City of Kent 

  • City Council Pos. 1 – Marli Larimer 
  • City Council Pos. 3 – Hira Singh Bhullar
  • City Council Pos. 5 – Mizan Rahman 
  • City Council Pos. 7 – Awale Farah 

City of Auburn

  • City Council Pos. 1 – Chris Stearns

City of Bellevue

  • City Council Pos. 7  — James Bible
  • City Council Pos. 3  — Jeremy Barksdale

City of Burien

  • City Council Pos. 6 – Sofia Aragon

City of Edmonds

  • Mayor – Mike Nelson

City of Federal Way

  • City Council Pos. 5 – Jamila Taylor
  • City Council Pos. 3 – Sharry Edwards

City of Fife

  • City Council Pos. 1 – Bryan Yambe

City of Issaquah

  • City Council Pos. 2  — Michele Kemper
  • City Council Pos. 3  — Barbara de Michele

City of Kirkland

  • City Council Pos. 6  —  Amy Falcone

City of Olympia

  • City Council Position 2 – Jessica Bateman

City of Tukwila

  • City Council Pos. 2 – Nancy Manos
  • City Council Pos. 4 – Cynthia Delostrinos Johnson

King County

  • King County Council District 6 — Claudia Balducci
  • King County Council District 4 — Jeanne Kohl-Welles
  • King County Council District 2 — Larry Gossett
  • King County Council District 8 – Joe McDermott
  • Assessor – John Wilson

Snohomish County

  • Executive – Dave Somers

Legislative District 40

  • State Senator – Liz Lovelett
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2018 Washington Election Endorsements

SEIU 775 caregivers across Washington State came together and are proud to endorse the following candidates for elected office.

You should get your ballot in the mail by October 25. Mail it back or put it in a drop box as soon as you can. Last day to vote is November 6. No ballot? Contact your county auditor for a replacement.

Statewide Ballot Initiatives

YES on I-940:  I-940 improves violence de-escalation, mental-health, and first-aid training for law-enforcement officers and creates a fair standard for the use of deadly force. As families and caregivers of individuals with disabilities and behavioral health needs, we want to make sure that the people that we care for are safe in our communities.  I-940 helps to increase trust and make everyone in our communities, whether white, black, or brown, safer. More info: https://www.deescalatewa.org/

YES on I- 1631:  I-1631 invests in clean air and clean energy for Washington paid for by a fee on the largest carbon polluters (oil refineries, utilities and other major carbon emitters). We know if we don’t act now, the threat of pollution will only get worse and cause more harm to our communities and our kids’ health. I-1631 is a practical first step to ensure clean air and clean water for everyone in Washington and gives us the chance to pass on a healthier state to the next generation.  More info: https://yeson1631.org/

Local Levies and initiatives:

Seattle: Families, Education, Preschool and Promise Plan (More info: https://www.seattle.gov/education/about-us/about-the-levy)

Legislative Districts

1st Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Derek Stanford
1st Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Shelley Kloba

3rd Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Marcus Riccelli
3rd Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Timm Ormsby

5th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Bill Ramos
5th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Lisa Callan

6th Legislative District, State Senate: Jessa Lewis
6th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Kay Murano
6th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Dave Wilson

10th Legislative District, State House Position 1: Scott McMullen

11th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Zack Hudgins
11th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Steve Bergquist

13th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Sylvia Hammond

15th Legislative District, State Senate: Bengie Aguilar

16th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Skylar Rude

17th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Tanisha Harris
17th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Paul Harris

18th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Chris Thobaben
18th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Kathy Gillespie

19th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Erin Frasier
19th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Brian Blake

21st Legislative District, State Senate: Marko Liias
21st Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Strom Peterson
21st Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Lillian Ortiz-Self

22nd Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Laurie Dolan
22nd Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Beth Doglio

23rd Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Sherry Appleton
23rd Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Drew Hansen

24th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Mike Chapman
24th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Steve Tharinger

25th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Jamie Smith
25th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Brian Duthie

26th Legislative District, State Senate: Emily Randall
26th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Connie Fitzpatrick

27th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Laurie Jinkins
27th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Jake Fey

28th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Mari Leavitt
28th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Christine Kilduff

29th Legislative District, State Senate: Steve Conway
29th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Melanie Morgan
29th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Steve Kirby

30th Legislative District, State Senate: Mark Miloscia
30th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Mike Pellicciotti
30th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Kristine Reeves

31st Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Victoria Mena
31st Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Morgan Irwin

32nd Legislative District, State Senate: Maralyn Chase
32nd Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Cindy Ryu
32nd Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Lauren Davis

33rd Legislative District, State Senate: Karen Keiser
33rd Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Tina Orwall
33rd Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Mia Gregerson

34th Legislative District, State Senate: Shannon Braddock
34th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Elieen Cody
34th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Joe Fitzgibbon

35th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Dan Griffey
35th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Drew MacEwen

36th Legislative District, State Senate: Reuven Carlyle
36th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Noel Frame
36th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Gael Tarleton

37th Legislative District, State Senate: Rebecca Saldaña
37th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Sharon Tomiko Santos
37th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Eric Pettigrew

38th Legislative District, State Senate: John McCoy
38th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: June Robinson
38th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Mike Sells

40th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Debra Lekanoff
40th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Jeff Morris

41st Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Tana Senn
41st Legislative District, State House, Position 2: My-Linh Thai

42nd Legislative District, State Senate: Pinky Vargas
42nd Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Justin Boneau
42nd Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Sharon Shewmake

43rd Legislative District, State Senate: Jamie Pedersen
43rd Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Nicole Macri
43rd Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Frank Chopp

44th Legislative District, State Senate: Steve Hobbs
44th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: John Lovick
44th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Jared Mead

45th Legislative District, State Senate: Manka Dhingra
45th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Roger Goodman
45th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Larry Springer

46th Legislative District, State Senate: David Frockt
46th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Gerry Pollet
46th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Javier Valdez

47th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Debra Entenman
47th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Pat Sullivan

48th Legislative District, State Senate: Patty Kuderer
48th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Vandana Slatter
48th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Amy Whalen

49th Legislative District, State House, Position 1: Sharon Wylie
49th Legislative District, State House, Position 2: Monica Stonier

 

Federal Races:

U.S. Senator: Maria Cantwell

Congressional District 1 – U.S. Representative:  Suzan DelBene

Congressional District 2 – U.S. Representative:  Rick Larsen

Congressional District 3 – U.S. Representative:  Carolyn Long

Congressional District 5 – U.S. Representative:  Lisa Brown

Congressional District 6 – U.S. Representative:  Derek Kilmer

Congressional District 7 – U.S. Representative :  Pramila Jayapal

Congressional District 8 – U.S. Representative : Kim Schrier

Congressional District 9 – U.S. Representative : Adam Smith

Congressional District 10 – U.S. Representative: Denny Heck

 

Supreme Court Justices

Justice Position 2: Susan Owens

Justice Position 8: Steve Gonzalez

Justice Position 9: Sheryl Gordon McCloud

 

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2017 Washington State Endorsements

SEIU 775 caregivers across Washington State came together and are proud to endorse the following candidates for elected office.

Make sure to drop your ballot in a dropbox, or mail it in by November 7.

Dropboxes close promptly at 8 p.m.

 

Legislative Districts

31st Legislative District, State House: Morgan Irwin
31st Legislative District, State Senate: Phil Fortunato
37th Legislative District, State Senate: Rebecca Saldaña
45th Legislative District, State Senate: Manka Dhingra 
48th Legislative District, State Senate: Patty Kuderer
48th Legislative District, State Senate: Vandana Slatter

County Races
King County, County Executive: Dow Constantine
King County, County Council Position 3: Kathy Lambert
King County, County Council Position 5: Dave Upthegrove
King County, County Council Position 7: Pete von Reichbauer
King County, County Council Position 9: Reagan Dunn
Proposition No. 1 Levy Lid Lift for Veterans, Seniors and Vulnerable Populations: Vote Yes

Mayor Races
Federal Way, Mayor: Jim Ferrell
Seattle, Mayor: Jenny Durkan
Tacoma, Mayor: Victoria Woodards

City Council Races
Auburn City Council, Position 6: Larry Brown
Burien City Council, Position 1: Pedro Olguin
Burien City Council, Position 3: Jimmy Matta
Des Moines City Council, Position 7: Chad Harper
Edmonds City Council, Position 3: Adrienne Fraley-Monillas
Federal Way City Council, Position 2: Jesse Johnson
Kent City Council, Position 2: Satwinder Kaur
Kent City Council, Position 4: Tye Whitfield
Renton City Council, Position 6: Ruth Perez
Sammamish City Council, Position 1: Jason Ritchie
Sammamish City Council, Position 5: Rituja Indapure
Seattle City Council, Position 8: Teresa Mosqueda
Seattle City Council, Position 9: M. Lorena González
Shoreline City Council, Position 5: Carolyn Ahlgreen
Spokane City Council, Position 1: Kate Burke
Spokane City Council, Position 2: Breean Beggs
Spokane City Council, Position 3: Candace Mumm
Tacoma City Council, Position 4: Catherine Ushka
Tacoma City Council, Position 5: Chris Beale 
Tukwila City Council Position 5: Zak Idan
Tukwila City Council, Position 7: De’Sean Quinn

Other Races
Kent School Board, Position 2: Maya Vendgadasalam
Port of Seattle, Position 1: Ryan Calkins
Port of Seattle, Position 3: Ahmed Abdi
Port of Seattle, Position 4: Preeti Shridhar
Seattle City Attorney: Pete Holmes

Please stay tuned for updates. SEIU 775 caregivers’ endorsements will be updated throughout the election cycle.

 

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2017 Endorsements

SEIU 775 caregivers endorse the following candidates for elected office:

Auburn

  • City Council, Position 6: Larry Brown

Burien

  • Position 1: Pedro Olguin

Des Moines

  • City Council, Position 7: Chad Harper

Everett

  • Mayor: Brian Sullivan

Sammamish

  • City Council Position 1: Jason Ritchie
  • City Council Position 5: Rituja Indapure

Seattle

  • City Council, Position 8: Teresa Mosqueda

 

Please stay tuned for updates. SEIU 775 caregivers’ endorsements will be updated throughout the election cycle.

 

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2016 endorsements

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2016 Endorsements

The following SEIU 775 caregivers endorsed candidates won their races. 

For a full list of results, please check out the Secretary of State’s website: http://results.vote.wa.gov/results/current/ 

WASHINGTON STATEWIDE RACES:
GOVERNOR: Jay Inslee
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR: Cyrus Habib
STATE TREASURER: Duane Davidson
STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL: Bob Ferguson
STATE INSURANCE COMMISSIONER: Mike Kreidler
STATE SUPREME COURT JUSTICE, Position 1: Mary Yu
STATE SUPREME COURT JUSTICE, Position 5: Barbara Madsen
STATE SUPREME COURT JUSTICE, Position 6: Charlie Wiggins

Yes on INITIATIVE 1501
Yes on INITIATIVE 1433
No on INITIATIVE 732

WASHINGTON Legislative District RACES:
1st Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Derek Stanford
1st Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Shelley Kloba

2nd Legislative District, State Senator: Randi Becker
2nd Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: J.T. Wilcox

3rd Legislative District, State Senator: Andy Billig
3rd Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Marcus Riccelli
3rd Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Timm Ormsby

4th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Bob McCaslin

5th Legislative District, State Senator: Mark Mullet

6th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Lynnette Vehrs

8th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Larry Haler

9th Legislative District, State Senator: Mark Schoesler
9th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Joe Schmick 

10th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Norma Smith
10th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Dave Hayes

11th Legislative District,  State Representative Pos. 1: Zack Hudgins
11th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Steve Bergquist

13th Legislative District,  State Representative Pos. 1: Thomas Dent

14th Legislative District,  State Senator: Curtis King
14th Legislative District,  State Representative Pos. 1: Norman Johnson

15th Legislative District,  State Representative Pos. 1: Bruce Chandler

17th Legislative District,  State Representative Pos. 2: Paul Harris

18th Legislative District, State Senator: Ann Rivers

20th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Richard DeBolt

21st Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Strom Peterson
21st Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Lillian Self-Ortiz

22nd Legislative District, State Senator: Sam Hunt
22nd Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Laurie Dolan
22nd Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Beth Doglio

23rd Legislative District, State Senator: Christine Rolfes
23rd Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Sherry Appleton
23rd Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Drew Hansen

24th Legislative District, State Senator: Kevin Van De Wege
24th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Mike Chapman
24th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Steve Tharinger

25th Legislative District, State Senator: Hans Zeiger

27th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Laurie Jinkins
27th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Jake Fey

28th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Christine Kilduff

29th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: David Sawyer
29th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Steve Kirby

30th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Mike Pellicciotti
30th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Kristine Reeves

31st Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Drew Stokesbary

32nd Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Cindy Ryu
32nd Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Ruth Kagi

33rd Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Mia Gregerson

34th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Eileen Cody
34th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Joe Fitzgibbon

36th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1:  Noel Frame

37th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Sharon Tomiko Santos
37th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Eric Pettigrew

38th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: June Robinson
38th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Mike Sells

39th Legislative District, State Senator: Kirk Pearson

40th Legislative District, State Senator: Kevin Ranker
40th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Kristine Lytton

41st Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Tana Senn
41st Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Judy Clibborn

43rd Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Nicole Macri
43rd Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Frank Chopp

44th Legislative District, State Representative Pos.1: John Lovick

45th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Roger Goodman

46th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Gerry Pollett
46th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Jessyn Farrell

47th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Pat Sullivan

48th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 1: Patty Kuderer

49th Legislative District, State Representative Pos. 2: Monica Stonier

FEDERAL RACES:
U.S. SENATOR: Patty Murray
1st Congressional District: Suzan DelBene
2nd Congressional District: Rick Larsen
6th Congressional District: Derek Kilmer
7th Congressional District: Pramila Jayapal
9th Congressional District: Adam Smith
10th Congressional District: Denny Heck

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2015 Endorsements

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2014 candidate endorsements

See our 2014 endorsed candidates: : http://seiu775.org/endorsements/

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