July 22, 2022 Update: Starting on July 1 all bargaining unit employees should have received a raise. Additionally, we will continue to receive Hazard Pay at a newly negotiated rate for all hours worked July 1 – December 31, 2022.

You can read the latest MOU here.


April 13, 2022 Update: All bargaining unit employees shall receive $2.73 in addition to their base wage plus any applicable differentials for every hour worked between April 1 -June 30, 2022.

You can read the latest MOU here.


January 19, 2022 Update: Concerned Citizens APs will get a $2.73 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked between January 1 and March 31, 2022. We’ll also continue to receive $3 of targeted Hazard Pay per hour if taking care of a COVID-19 test-positive client.

You can read the latest MOU here.


July 9, 2021 Update: Concerned Citizens APs will get a $2.73 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked between July 1 and December 31, 2021. We’ll also continue to receive $3 of targeted Hazard Pay per hour if taking care of a COVID-19 test-positive client. 

You can read the latest MOU here.


April 23, 2021 Update: Concerned Citizens APs will get a $2.73 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked in April, May, and June 2021. We’ll also continue to receive $3 of targeted Hazard Pay per hour if taking care of a COVID-19 test-positive client. 

You can read the latest MOU here.   


January 15, 2021 Update:  Concerned Citizens APs will continue to get a $2.73 increase to our base wages for all hours worked in January, February, and March. We’ll also continue to receive $3 of targeted Hazard Pay per hour if taking care of a COVID-19 test-positive client. 

You can read the latest MOU here

Concerned Citizens APs are also in the 1A priority group for getting the COVID-19 vaccine because of our advocacy as a Union. Learn how to get the vaccine here


August 14, 2020 Update: We have exciting news for Concerned Citizens caregivers. Our bargaining team has been working to reach an agreement with Concerned Citizens about extending Hazard Pay – and thanks to workers raising their voices, we have made it happen!

Hazard pay: Concerned Citizens APs will now get a $2.73 increase to your base wages for all hours worked in July, August, and September – or a $3 increase per hour if taking care of a COVID-19 test-positive client. You’ll see your hazard pay for hours you already worked in your August 25 paycheck.

PPE: You will continue to be provided with all the necessary PPE for caring for all your clients.

You can read the latest MOU here. 


Through impact bargaining, Concerned Citizens caregivers have won:  

  1. Hazard Pay: Concerned Citizens APs will receive an additional $3.25 an hour for every hour worked in May and June. We are all on the front lines, so all Concerned Citizens APs will receive this pay, regardless if you are caring for a client with COVID-19.  
  2. More PPE: Concerned Citizens has committed to spending additional funds to provide PPE and supplies intended to protect workers, including one-time-use N-95 masks, gowns, and gloves for caring for test-positive clients. 
  3. Healthcare and Training: Concerned Citizens is increasing their hourly contribution rate to the Training Partnership and Health Benefits Trust for all hours worked in May and June, so no one loses healthcare coverage. 

Read the full MOU here.

Despite the State facing a growing budget deficit as a result of the pandemic, Governor Inslee agreed to increase funding for home care agencies like Concerned Citizens in order to provide this immediate support to caregivers. This was all made possible because of caregivers like you sending letters, signing petitions, sharing your stories, and so much more to demand the Legislature prioritize caregivers to receive Federal stimulus money.  

Standing together got us to this point – we need to keep this up to make sure that caregivers are treated as the essential professionals they are. 

July 22, 2022 Update: Starting on July 1 all bargaining unit employees should have received a raise. Additionally, we will continue to receive Hazard Pay at a newly negotiated rate for all hours worked July 1 – December 31, 2022.

Read the latest MOU here.


January 10, 2022 Update: Chesterfield APs will get a $2.67 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked between January 1 and March 31, 2022. We’ll also continue to receive an additional $2 of targeted Hazard Pay per hour if taking care of a COVID-19 test-positive client.

You can read the latest MOU here.


July 9, 2021 Update: Chesterfield APs will get a $2.73 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked between July 1 and December 31, 2021.  We’ll also continue to receive an additional $2 of targeted Hazard Pay per hour if taking care of a COVID-19 test-positive client.  

You can read the latest MOU here.   


April 7, 2021 Update: Chesterfield APs will get a $2.73 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked in April, May, and June 2021.  

You can read the latest MOU here.   


January 15, 2021 Update: Chesterfield APs will continue to get a $2.73 increase to our base wages for all hours worked in January, February, and March 2021. We’ll also continue to receive an additional $2 of targeted Hazard Pay per hour if taking care of a COVID-19 test-positive client.  

 You can read the latest MOU here.   

 Chesterfield APs are also in the 1A priority group for getting the COVID-19 vaccine because of our advocacy as a Union. Learn how to get the vaccine here.  


August 24, 2020 update: We have exciting news for Chesterfield caregivers. Our bargaining team has been working to reach an agreement with Chesterfield about extending Hazard Pay – and thanks to workers raising their voices, we have made it happen!

Hazard pay: Chesterfield APs will now get a $2.73 increase to your base wages for all hours worked in July, August, and September. You’ll also receive an additional $25 per shift of targeted hazard pay if taking care of a COVID-19 test-positive client.  You’ll see your hazard pay for hours you already worked in your September 1 paycheck.

PPE: You will continue to be provided with all the necessary PPE for caring for all your clients.

You can read the latest MOU here.


Through impact bargaining Chesterfield caregivers have won:

  • Hazard Pay: Chesterfield APs will receive an additional $3 an hour for every hour worked in May and June. We are all on the front lines, so all Chesterfield APs will receive this pay regardless if you are caring for a client with COVID-19. And, you’ll get an additional $25 targeted-hazard pay per shift for taking care of COVID-19 test-positive clients.
  • More PPE: Chesterfield has committed to spending additional funds to provide PPE and supplies intended to protect workers, including one-time use N-95 masks, gowns, and gloves for caring for test-positive clients.
  • Healthcare and Training: Chesterfield is increasing their hourly contribution rate to the Training Partnership and Health Benefits Trust for all hours worked in May and June, so no one loses healthcare coverage.

See the full MOU here.

Despite the State facing a growing budget deficit as a result of the pandemic, Governor Inslee agreed to increase funding for home care agencies like Chesterfield in order to provide this immediate support to caregivers. This was all made possible because of caregivers like you sending letters, signing petitions, sharing your stories, and so much more to demand the Legislature prioritize caregivers to receive Federal stimulus money.

Standing together got us to this point, we need to keep this up to make sure that caregivers are treated as the essential professionals they are.

July 22, 2022 Update: Starting on July 1 all bargaining unit employees should have received a raise. Additionally, we will continue to receive Hazard Pay at a newly negotiated rate for all hours worked July 1 – December 31, 2022.

Read the latest MOU here.


April 11, 2022 Update: All bargaining unit employees shall receive $2.41 per hour in addition to their base wage plus any applicable differentials for every hour worked between April 1. 2022 – June 30, 2022.

You can read the latest MOU here.


January 26, 2022 Update: First Choice APs will get a $2.41 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked between January 1 and March 31, 2022.

You can read the latest MOU here.


August 10, 2021 Update: First Choice APs will get a $2.54 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked between July 1 and December 31, 2021. 

You can read the latest MOU here.   


April 5, 2021 Update: First Choice APs will get a $2.54 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked in April, May, and June 2021.  

You can read the latest MOU here.   


January 25, 2021 Update: First Choice APs will get a $2.54 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked in January, February, and March 2021.  

You can read the latest MOU here.  

First Choice APs are also in the 1A priority group for getting the COVID-19 vaccine because of our advocacy as a Union. Learn how to get the vaccine here


August 13, 2020 Update: We have exciting news for First Choice caregivers. Our bargaining team has been working to reach an agreement with First Choice about extending Hazard Pay – and thanks to workers raising their voices, we have made it happen!

Hazard pay: First Choice APs will now get a $2.75 increase to your base wages for all hours worked in July, August, and September. You’ll see your hazard pay for hours you already worked in your September 1 paycheck.

PPE: You will continue to be provided with all the necessary PPE for caring for all your clients.

You can read the latest MOU here. 


Through impact bargaining, First Choice caregivers have won:  

  • Hazard Pay: First Choice APs will receive an additional $3.50 an hour for every hour worked in May and June. We are all on the front lines, so all First Choice APs will receive this pay regardless if you are caring for a client with COVID-19.  
  • More PPE: First Choice has committed to spending $166,000 to provide PPE and supplies intended to protect workers, including one-time use N-95 masks,  gowns, and gloves for caring for test-positive clients. 
  • Healthcare and Training: First Choice is increasing their hourly contribution rate to the Training Partnership and Health Benefits Trust for all hours worked in May and June, so no one loses healthcare coverage. 

See the full MOU here.

Despite the State facing a growing budget deficit as a result of the pandemic, Governor Inslee agreed to increase funding for home care agencies like First Choice in order to provide this immediate support to caregivers. This was all made possible because of caregivers like you sending letters, signing petitions, sharing your stories, and so much more to demand the Legislature prioritize caregivers to receive Federal stimulus money.  

Standing together got us to this point, we need to keep this up to make sure that caregivers are treated as the essential professionals they are. 

July 22, 2022 Update: Starting on July 1 all bargaining unit employees should have received a raise. Additionally, we will continue to receive Hazard Pay at a newly negotiated rate for all hours worked July 1 – December 31, 2022.

Read the latest MOU here.


April 18, 2022 Update: All bargaining unit employees shall receive $2.58 in addition to their base wage plus any applicable differentials for every hour worked between April 1, 2022-June 30, 2022.

You can read the latest MOU here.


January 26, 2022 Update: Full Life Care APs will get a $2.58 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked between January 1 and March 31, 2022.

You can read the latest MOU here.


August 1, 2021 Update: Full Life Care APs will get a $2.61 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked between July 1 and December 31, 2021.

You can read the latest MOU here.


April 23, 2021 Update: Full Life Care APs will get a $2.85 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked in April, May, and June 2021. We’ll also continue to receive an additional $25 of targeted Hazard Pay per shift if taking care of a COVID-19 test-positive client. 

You can read the latest MOU here.


January 15, 2021 Update: Full Life Care APs will continue to get a $2.85 increase to our base wages for all hours worked in January, February, and March. 

You can read the latest MOU here.   

Full Life Care APs are also in the 1A priority group for getting the COVID-19 vaccine because of our advocacy as a Union. Learn how to get the vaccine here


September 5, 2020 update: We have exciting news for Full Life Care home care workers. Our bargaining team has been working to reach an agreement with Full Life Care about extending Hazard Pay – and thanks to workers raising their voices, we have made it happen!

Hazard pay: Full Life Care APs will now get a $2.85 increase to your base wages for all hours worked in July, August, and September. You’ll receive your hazard pay for hours you already worked in your September 20 paycheck.

PPE: You will continue to be provided with all the necessary PPE for caring for all your clients. You can ask your supervisor for PPE – contact us if you haven’t received PPE upon request.

You can read the latest MOU here.


Through impact bargaining, Full Life Care home care employees have won:  

  1. Hazard Pay: Full Life Care home care workers will receive an additional $3.50 an hour for every hour worked in May and June. We are all on the front lines, so all Full Life Care home care workers will receive this pay, regardless if you are caring for a client with COVID-19.  
  2. MorePPE: Full Life Care has committed to spending additional funds to provide PPE and supplies intended to protect workers, including one-time-use N-95 masks, gowns, and gloves for caring for test-positive clients. 
  3. Training: Full Life Care is increasing their hourly contribution rate to the Training Partnership for all hours worked in May and June. 

See the full MOU here.

This was possible because caregivers like you demanded Governor Inslee increase funding for home care agencies like Full Life Care by prioritizing caregivers to receive Federal stimulus funding – and it worked!  However, earlier this week DSHS announced budget cuts they plan to make to balance the state budget. These cuts will decimate long-term care in Washington. Cutting these vital resources isn’t what our state needs – we need revenue. That’s why we now need to demand Congress pass the HEROES Act – a new bill that provide federal relief and funding for long-term care 

Standing together got us to this point – we need to keep this up to make sure that caregivers are treated as the essential professionals they are.

July 22, 2022 Update: Starting on July 1 all bargaining unit employees should have received a raise. Additionally, we will continue to receive Hazard Pay at a newly negotiated rate for all hours worked July 1 – December 31, 2022.

Read the latest MOU here.

January 12, 2022 Update: Amicable APs will get a $2.71 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked between January – March, 2022.

You can read the latest MOU here.


July 27, 2021 Update: Amicable APs will get a $2.71 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked between July-December 2021.  

You can read the latest MOU here.   


April 7, 2021 Update: Amicable APs will get a $2.71 per hour increase to our base wages for all hours worked in April, May, and June 2021.  

You can read the latest MOU here.   


January 15, 2021 Update: Amicable APs will continue to get a $2.71 increase to our base wages for all hours worked in January, February, and March 2021. We’ll also continue to receive an additional $2 of targeted Hazard Pay per hour if taking care of a COVID-19 test-positive client.

You can read the latest MOU here.

Amicable APs are also in the 1A priority group for getting the COVID-19 vaccine because of our advocacy as a Union. Learn how to get the vaccine here.


August 21, 2020 Update: We have exciting news for Amicable caregivers. Our bargaining team has been working to reach an agreement with Amicable about extending Hazard Pay – and thanks to workers raising their voices, we have made it happen!

Hazard pay: Amicable APs will now get a $2.71 increase to your base wages for all hours worked in July, August, and September. You’ll also receive an additional $2 an hour of targeted hazard pay if taking care of a COVID-19 test-positive client.  You’ll see your hazard pay for hours you already worked in your August 20 paycheck.

PPE: You will continue to be provided with all the necessary PPE for caring for all your clients.

You can read the latest MOU here. 


Through impact bargaining, Amicable caregivers have won:  

  1. Hazard Pay: Amicable APs will receive an additional $3 an hour for every hour worked in May and June. We are all on the front lines, so all Amicable APs will receive this pay, regardless if you are caring for a client with COVID-19. And you’ll get aadditional $25 targeted-hazard pay per shift for taking care of COVID-19 test-positive clients. 
  2. More PPE: Amicable has committed to spending additional funds to provide PPE and supplies intended to protect workers, including one-timeuse N-95 masks, gowns, and gloves for caring for test-positive clients. 
  3. Healthcare and Training: Amicable is increasing their hourly contribution rate to the Training Partnership and Health Benefits Trust for all hours worked in May and June, so no one loses healthcare coverage. 

Read the full MOU here.

Despite the State facing a growing budget deficit as a result of the pandemic, Governor Inslee agreed to increase funding for home care agencies like Amicable in order to provide this immediate support to caregivers. This was all made possible because of caregivers like you sending letters, signing petitions, sharing your stories, and so much more to demand the Legislature prioritize caregivers to receive Federal stimulus money.  

Standing together got us to this point – we need to keep this up to make sure that caregivers are treated as the essential professionals they are. 

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Thượng Viện Hoa Kỳ
Senator Patty Murray

Khu Vực Quốc Hội 1
Representative Suzan DelBene

Khu Vực Quốc Hội 2
Representative Rick Larsen

Khu Vực Quốc Hội 3
Representative Marie Glusenkamp Perez

Khu Vực Quốc Hội 6
Representative Derek Kilmer

Khu Vực Quốc Hội 7
Representative Pramila Jayapal

Khu Vực Quốc Hội 8
Representative Kim Schrier

Khu Vực Quốc Hội 9
Representative Adam Smith

Khu Vực Quốc Hội 10
Representative Marilyn Strickland

Chức Vụ Cấp Tiểu Bang

Tòa Án Tối Cao Tiểu Bang
Justice Position 1: Mary I. Yu
Justice Position 5: Barbara Madsen
Justice Position 6: G. Helen Whitener

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 1
State Representative, Position 1: Davina Duerr
State Representative, Position 2: Shelley Kloba

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 3
State Representative, Position 1: Marcus Riccelli
State Representative, Position 2: Timm Ormsby

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 5
State Representative, Position 1: Bill Ramos
State Representative, Position 2: Lisa Callan

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 10
State Representative, Position 1: Clyde Shavers
State Representative, Position 2: Dave Paul

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 11
State Representative, Position 1: David Hackney
State Representative, Position 2: Steve Bergquist

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 13
State Senator: Judy Warnick

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 17
State Representative, Position 2: Paul Harris

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 18
State Representative, Position 1: John Zingale
State Representative, Position 2: Dustin Camacho

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 21
State Senator: Marko Liias
State Representative, Position 1: Strom Peterson
State Representative, Position 2: Lillian Ortiz-Self

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 22
State Representative, Position 1: Beth Doglio
State Representative, Position 2: Jessica Bateman

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 23
State Representative, Position 1: Tarra Simmons
State Representative, Position 2: Drew Hansen

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 24
State Representative, Position 1: Mike Chapman
State Representative, Position 2: Steve Tharinger

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 26
State Senator: Emily Randall
State Representative, Position 1: Addison Richards
State Representative, Position 2: Matthew T Macklin

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 27
State Senator: Yasmin Trudeau
State Representative, Position 1: Laurie Jinkins
State Representative, Position 2: Jake Fey

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 28
State Representative, Position 1: Mari Leavitt
State Representative, Position 2: Dan Bronoske

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 29
State Senator, Steve Conway
State Representative, Position 1: Melanie Morgan
State Representative, Position 2: Sharlett Mena

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 30
State Senator: Claire Wilson
State Representative, Position 1: Jamila Taylor
State Representative, Position 2: Kristine Reeves

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 32
State Senator: Jesse Salomon
State Representative, Position 1: Cindy Ryu
State Representative, Position 2: Lauren Davis

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 33
State Senator: Karen Keiser
State Representative, Position 1: Tina Orwall
State Representative, Position 2: Mia Gregerson

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 34
State Senator: Joe Nguyen
State Representative, Position 1: Emily Alvarado
State Representative, Position 2: Joe Fitzgibbon

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 36
State Senator: Noel Frame
State Representative, Position 1: Julia Reed
State Representative, Position 2: Liz Berry

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 37
State Senator: Rebecca Saldaña
State Representative, Position 1: Sharon Tomiko Santos
State Representative, Position 2:  Chipalo Street & Emijah Smith 

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 38
State Senator: June Robinson
State Representative, Position 1: Julio Cortes
State Representative, Position 2: Mary Fosse

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 39
State Representative, Position 1: Sam Low

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 40
State Representative, Position 1: Debra Lekanoff
State Representative, Position 2: Alex Ramel

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 41
State Representative, Position 1: Tana Senn
State Representative, Position 2: My-Linh Thai

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 42
State Senator: Sharon Shewmake
State Representative, Position 1: Alicia Rule
State Representative, Position 2: Joe Timmons

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 43
Senator Jamie Pedersen
State Representative, Position 1: Nicole Macri
State Representative, Position 2: Frank Chopp

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 44
State Senator: John Lovick
State Representative, Position 1: April Berg
State Representative, Position 2: Brandy Donaghy

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 45
State Senator: Manka Dhingra
State Representative, Position 1: Roger Goodman
State Representative, Position 2: Larry Springer

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 46
State Senator: Javier Valdez
State Representative, Position 1: Gerry Pollet

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 47
State Senator: Claudia Kauffman
State Representative, Position 1: Debra Entenman
State Representative, Position 2: Shukri Olow & Chris Stearns

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 48
State Senator: Patty Kuderer
State Representative, Position 1: Vandana Slatter
State Representative, Position 2: Amy Walen

Khu Vực Lập Pháp 49
State Representative, Position 1: Sharon Wylie
State Representative, Position 2: Monica Jurado Stonier

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미국 상원
Senator Patty Murray

제1 의회 선거구
Representative Suzan DelBene

제2 의회 선거구
Representative Rick Larsen

제3 의회 선거구
Representative Marie Glusenkamp Perez

제6 의회 선거구
Representative Derek Kilmer

제7 의회 선거구
Representative Pramila Jayapal

제8 의회 선거구
Representative Kim Schrier

제9 의회 선거구
Representative Adam Smith

제10 의회 선거구
Representative Marilyn Strickland

주정부

주 대법원
Justice Position 1: Mary I. Yu
Justice Position 5: Barbara Madsen
Justice Position 6: G. Helen Whitener

제1 입법구
State Representative, Position 1: Davina Duerr
State Representative, Position 2: Shelley Kloba

제3 입법구
State Representative, Position 1: Marcus Riccelli
State Representative, Position 2: Timm Ormsby

제5 입법구
State Representative, Position 1: Bill Ramos
State Representative, Position 2: Lisa Callan

제10 입법구
State Representative, Position 1: Clyde Shavers
State Representative, Position 2: Dave Paul

제11 입법구
State Representative, Position 1: David Hackney
State Representative, Position 2: Steve Bergquist

제13 입법구
State Senator: Judy Warnick

제17 입법구
State Representative, Position 2: Paul Harris

제18 입법구
State Representative, Position 1: John Zingale
State Representative, Position 2: Dustin Camacho

제21 입법구
State Senator: Marko Liias
State Representative, Position 1: Strom Peterson
State Representative, Position 2: Lillian Ortiz-Self

제22 입법구
State Representative, Position 1: Beth Doglio
State Representative, Position 2: Jessica Bateman

제23 입법구
State Representative, Position 1: Tarra Simmons
State Representative, Position 2: Drew Hansen

제24 입법구
State Representative, Position 1: Mike Chapman
State Representative, Position 2: Steve Tharinger

제26 입법구
State Senator: Emily Randall
State Representative, Position 1: Addison Richards
State Representative, Position 2: Matthew T Macklin

제27 입법구
State Senator: Yasmin Trudeau
State Representative, Position 1: Laurie Jinkins
State Representative, Position 2: Jake Fey

제28 입법구
State Representative, Position 1: Mari Leavitt
State Representative, Position 2: Dan Bronoske

제29 입법구
State Senator, Steve Conway
State Representative, Position 1: Melanie Morgan
State Representative, Position 2: Sharlett Mena

제30 입법구
State Senator: Claire Wilson
State Representative, Position 1: Jamila Taylor
State Representative, Position 2: Kristine Reeves

제32 입법구
State Senator: Jesse Salomon
State Representative, Position 1: Cindy Ryu
State Representative, Position 2: Lauren Davis

제33 입법구
State Senator: Karen Keiser
State Representative, Position 1: Tina Orwall
State Representative, Position 2: Mia Gregerson

제34 입법구
State Senator: Joe Nguyen
State Representative, Position 1: Emily Alvarado
State Representative, Position 2: Joe Fitzgibbon

제36 입법구
State Senator: Noel Frame
State Representative, Position 1: Julia Reed
State Representative, Position 2: Liz Berry

제37 입법구
State Senator: Rebecca Saldaña
State Representative, Position 1: Sharon Tomiko Santos
State Representative, Position 2:  Chipalo Street & Emijah Smith 

제38 입법구
State Senator: June Robinson
State Representative, Position 1: Julio Cortes
State Representative, Position 2: Mary Fosse

제39 입법구
State Representative, Position 1: Sam Low

제40 입법구
State Representative, Position 1: Debra Lekanoff
State Representative, Position 2: Alex Ramel

제41 입법구
State Representative, Position 1: Tana Senn
State Representative, Position 2: My-Linh Thai

제42 입법구
State Senator: Sharon Shewmake
State Representative, Position 1: Alicia Rule
State Representative, Position 2: Joe Timmons

제43 입법구
Senator Jamie Pedersen
State Representative, Position 1: Nicole Macri
State Representative, Position 2: Frank Chopp

제44 입법구
State Senator: John Lovick
State Representative, Position 1: April Berg
State Representative, Position 2: Brandy Donaghy

제45 입법구
State Senator: Manka Dhingra
State Representative, Position 1: Roger Goodman
State Representative, Position 2: Larry Springer

제46 입법구
State Senator: Javier Valdez
State Representative, Position 1: Gerry Pollet

제47 입법구
State Senator: Claudia Kauffman
State Representative, Position 1: Debra Entenman
State Representative, Position 2: Shukri Olow & Chris Stearns

제48 입법구
State Senator: Patty Kuderer
State Representative, Position 1: Vandana Slatter
State Representative, Position 2: Amy Walen

제49 입법구
State Representative, Position 1: Sharon Wylie
State Representative, Position 2: Monica Jurado Stonier

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华盛顿州的 SEIU 775 护理人员一同采访了竞选华盛顿州公职的人员,并自豪地支持以下候选人当选竞选公职。

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联邦职位

美国参议院
Senator Patty Murray

第 1 国会选区
Representative Suzan DelBene

第 2 国会选区
Representative Rick Larsen

第 3 国会选区
Representative Marie Glusenkamp Perez

第 6 国会选区
Representative Derek Kilmer

第 7 国会选区
Representative Pramila Jayapal

第 8 国会选区
Representative Kim Schrier

第 9 国会选区
Representative Adam Smith

第 10 国会选区
Representative Marilyn Strickland

州职位

州最高法院
Justice Position 1: Mary I. Yu
Justice Position 5: Barbara Madsen
Justice Position 6: G. Helen Whitener

第 1 立法区
State Representative, Position 1: Davina Duerr
State Representative, Position 2: Shelley Kloba

第 3 立法区
State Representative, Position 1: Marcus Riccelli
State Representative, Position 2: Timm Ormsby

第 5 立法区
State Representative, Position 1: Bill Ramos
State Representative, Position 2: Lisa Callan

第 10 立法区
State Representative, Position 1: Clyde Shavers
State Representative, Position 2: Dave Paul

第 11 立法区
State Representative, Position 1: David Hackney
State Representative, Position 2: Steve Bergquist

第 13 立法区
State Senator: Judy Warnick

第 17 立法区
State Representative, Position 2: Paul Harris

第 18 立法区
State Representative, Position 1: John Zingale
State Representative, Position 2: Dustin Camacho

第 21 立法区
State Senator: Marko Liias
State Representative, Position 1: Strom Peterson
State Representative, Position 2: Lillian Ortiz-Self

第 22 立法区
State Representative, Position 1: Beth Doglio
State Representative, Position 2: Jessica Bateman

第 23 立法区
State Representative, Position 1: Tarra Simmons
State Representative, Position 2: Drew Hansen

第 24 立法区
State Representative, Position 1: Mike Chapman
State Representative, Position 2: Steve Tharinger

第 26 立法区
State Senator: Emily Randall
State Representative, Position 1: Addison Richards
State Representative, Position 2: Matthew T Macklin

第 27 立法区
State Senator: Yasmin Trudeau
State Representative, Position 1: Laurie Jinkins
State Representative, Position 2: Jake Fey

第 28 立法区
State Representative, Position 1: Mari Leavitt
State Representative, Position 2: Dan Bronoske

第 29 立法区
State Senator, Steve Conway
State Representative, Position 1: Melanie Morgan
State Representative, Position 2: Sharlett Mena

第 30 立法区
State Senator: Claire Wilson
State Representative, Position 1: Jamila Taylor
State Representative, Position 2: Kristine Reeves

第 32 立法区
State Senator: Jesse Salomon
State Representative, Position 1: Cindy Ryu
State Representative, Position 2: Lauren Davis

第 33 立法区
State Senator: Karen Keiser
State Representative, Position 1: Tina Orwall
State Representative, Position 2: Mia Gregerson

第 34 立法区
State Senator: Joe Nguyen
State Representative, Position 1: Emily Alvarado
State Representative, Position 2: Joe Fitzgibbon

第 36 立法区
State Senator: Noel Frame
State Representative, Position 1: Julia Reed
State Representative, Position 2: Liz Berry

第 37 立法区
State Senator: Rebecca Saldaña
State Representative, Position 1: Sharon Tomiko Santos
State Representative, Position 2:  Chipalo Street & Emijah Smith 

第 38 立法区
State Senator: June Robinson
State Representative, Position 1: Julio Cortes
State Representative, Position 2: Mary Fosse

第 39 立法区
State Representative, Position 1: Sam Low

第 40 立法区
State Representative, Position 1: Debra Lekanoff
State Representative, Position 2: Alex Ramel

第 41 立法区
State Representative, Position 1: Tana Senn
State Representative, Position 2: My-Linh Thai

第 42 立法区
State Senator: Sharon Shewmake
State Representative, Position 1: Alicia Rule
State Representative, Position 2: Joe Timmons

第 43 立法区
Senator Jamie Pedersen
State Representative, Position 1: Nicole Macri
State Representative, Position 2: Frank Chopp

第 44 立法区
State Senator: John Lovick
State Representative, Position 1: April Berg
State Representative, Position 2: Brandy Donaghy

第 45 立法区
State Senator: Manka Dhingra
State Representative, Position 1: Roger Goodman
State Representative, Position 2: Larry Springer

第 46 立法区
State Senator: Javier Valdez
State Representative, Position 1: Gerry Pollet

第 47 立法区
State Senator: Claudia Kauffman
State Representative, Position 1: Debra Entenman
State Representative, Position 2: Shukri Olow & Chris Stearns

第 48 立法区
State Senator: Patty Kuderer
State Representative, Position 1: Vandana Slatter
State Representative, Position 2: Amy Walen

第 49 立法区
State Representative, Position 1: Sharon Wylie
State Representative, Position 2: Monica Jurado Stonier

您也可以访问 progressivevotersguide.com 查看着眼于重要经济问题的列表和来自许多机构的背书名单。

Los cuidadores de SEIU 775 en todo el estado de Washington se unieron, entrevistaron a los candidatos a cargos públicos en Washington y están orgullosos de respaldar a los siguientes candidatos.

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Cargos federales

United States Senate
Senator Patty Murray

Distrito congresual n.º 1
Representative Suzan DelBene

Distrito congresual n.º 2
Representative Rick Larsen

Distrito congresual n.º 3
Representative Marie Glusenkamp Perez

Distrito congresual n.º 6
Representative Derek Kilmer

Distrito congresual n.º 7
Representative Pramila Jayapal

Distrito congresual n.º 8
Representative Kim Schrier

Distrito congresual n.º 9
Representative Adam Smith

Distrito congresual n.º 10
Representative Marilyn Strickland

Cargos estatales

State Supreme Court
Justice Position 1: Mary I. Yu
Justice Position 5: Barbara Madsen
Justice Position 6: G. Helen Whitener

Distrito legislativo n.º 1
State Representative, Position 1: Davina Duerr
State Representative, Position 2: Shelley Kloba

Distrito legislativo n.º 3
State Representative, Position 1: Marcus Riccelli
State Representative, Position 2: Timm Ormsby

Distrito legislativo n.º 5
State Representative, Position 1: Bill Ramos
State Representative, Position 2: Lisa Callan

Distrito legislativo n.º 10
State Representative, Position 1: Clyde Shavers
State Representative, Position 2: Dave Paul

Distrito legislativo n.º 11
State Representative, Position 1: David Hackney
State Representative, Position 2: Steve Bergquist

Distrito legislativo n.º 13
State Senator: Judy Warnick

Distrito legislativo n.º 17
State Representative, Position 2: Paul Harris

Distrito legislativo n.º 18
State Representative, Position 1: John Zingale
State Representative, Position 2: Dustin Camacho

Distrito legislativo n.º 21
State Senator: Marko Liias
State Representative, Position 1: Strom Peterson
State Representative, Position 2: Lillian Ortiz-Self

Distrito legislativo n.º 22
State Representative, Position 1: Beth Doglio
State Representative, Position 2: Jessica Bateman

Distrito legislativo n.º 23
State Representative, Position 1: Tarra Simmons
State Representative, Position 2: Drew Hansen

Distrito legislativo n.º 24
State Representative, Position 1: Mike Chapman
State Representative, Position 2: Steve Tharinger

Distrito legislativo n.º 26
State Senator: Emily Randall
State Representative, Position 1: Addison Richards
State Representative, Position 2: Matthew T Macklin

Distrito legislativo n.º 27
State Senator: Yasmin Trudeau
State Representative, Position 1: Laurie Jinkins
State Representative, Position 2: Jake Fey

Distrito legislativo n.º 28
State Representative, Position 1: Mari Leavitt
State Representative, Position 2: Dan Bronoske

Distrito legislativo n.º 29
State Senator, Steve Conway
State Representative, Position 1: Melanie Morgan
State Representative, Position 2: Sharlett Mena

Distrito legislativo n.º 30
State Senator: Claire Wilson
State Representative, Position 1: Jamila Taylor
State Representative, Position 2: Kristine Reeves

Distrito legislativo n.º 32
State Senator: Jesse Salomon
State Representative, Position 1: Cindy Ryu
State Representative, Position 2: Lauren Davis

Distrito legislativo n.º 33
State Senator: Karen Keiser
State Representative, Position 1: Tina Orwall
State Representative, Position 2: Mia Gregerson

Distrito legislativo n.º 34
State Senator: Joe Nguyen
State Representative, Position 1: Emily Alvarado
State Representative, Position 2: Joe Fitzgibbon

Distrito legislativo n.º 36
State Senator: Noel Frame
State Representative, Position 1: Julia Reed
State Representative, Position 2: Liz Berry

Distrito legislativo n.º 37
State Senator: Rebecca Saldaña
State Representative, Position 1: Sharon Tomiko Santos
State Representative, Position 2:  Chipalo Street & Emijah Smith 

Distrito legislativo n.º 38
State Senator: June Robinson
State Representative, Position 1: Julio Cortes
State Representative, Position 2: Mary Fosse

Distrito legislativo n.º 39
State Representative, Position 1: Sam Low

Distrito legislativo n.º 40
State Representative, Position 1: Debra Lekanoff
State Representative, Position 2: Alex Ramel

Distrito legislativo n.º 41
State Representative, Position 1: Tana Senn
State Representative, Position 2: My-Linh Thai

Distrito legislativo n.º 42
State Senator: Sharon Shewmake
State Representative, Position 1: Alicia Rule
State Representative, Position 2: Joe Timmons

Distrito legislativo n.º 43
Senator Jamie Pedersen
State Representative, Position 1: Nicole Macri
State Representative, Position 2: Frank Chopp

Distrito legislativo n.º 44
State Senator: John Lovick
State Representative, Position 1: April Berg
State Representative, Position 2: Brandy Donaghy

Distrito legislativo n.º 45
State Senator: Manka Dhingra
State Representative, Position 1: Roger Goodman
State Representative, Position 2: Larry Springer

Distrito legislativo n.º 46
State Senator: Javier Valdez
State Representative, Position 1: Gerry Pollet

Distrito legislativo n.º 47
State Senator: Claudia Kauffman
State Representative, Position 1: Debra Entenman
State Representative, Position 2: Shukri Olow & Chris Stearns

Distrito legislativo n.º 48
State Senator: Patty Kuderer
State Representative, Position 1: Vandana Slatter
State Representative, Position 2: Amy Walen

Distrito legislativo n.º 49
State Representative, Position 1: Sharon Wylie
State Representative, Position 2: Monica Jurado Stonier

También puede consultar esta lista relacionada con importantes temas económicos, incluyendo los candidatos respaldados por muchas organizaciones: progressvotersguide.com

Caregivers SEIU 775 со всего штата Вашингтон собрались вместе, чтобы провести беседу с теми, кто участвует в предвыборной гонке в штате Вашингтон, и с гордостью сообщают о поддержке следующих кандидатов на выборные должности.

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Федеральные офисы

Сенат США
Senator Patty Murray

Избирательный округ 1 по выборам в конгресс США
Representative Suzan DelBene

Избирательный округ 2 по выборам в конгресс США
Representative Rick Larsen

Избирательный округ 3 по выборам в конгресс США
Representative Marie Glusenkamp Perez

Избирательный округ 6 по выборам в конгресс США
Representative Derek Kilmer

Избирательный округ 7 по выборам в конгресс США
Representative Pramila Jayapal

Избирательный округ 8 по выборам в конгресс США
Representative Kim Schrier

Избирательный округ 9 по выборам в конгресс США
Representative Adam Smith

Избирательный округ 10 по выборам в конгресс США
Representative Marilyn Strickland

Офисы штата

Верховный суд штата
Justice Position 1: Mary I. Yu
Justice Position 5: Barbara Madsen
Justice Position 6: G. Helen Whitener

Избирательный округ 1
State Representative, Position 1: Davina Duerr
State Representative, Position 2: Shelley Kloba

Избирательный округ 3
State Representative, Position 1: Marcus Riccelli
State Representative, Position 2: Timm Ormsby

Избирательный округ 5
State Representative, Position 1: Bill Ramos
State Representative, Position 2: Lisa Callan

Избирательный округ 10
State Representative, Position 1: Clyde Shavers
State Representative, Position 2: Dave Paul

Избирательный округ 11
State Representative, Position 1: David Hackney
State Representative, Position 2: Steve Bergquist

Избирательный округ 13
State Senator: Judy Warnick

Избирательный округ 17
State Representative, Position 2: Paul Harris

Избирательный округ 18
State Representative, Position 1: John Zingale
State Representative, Position 2: Dustin Camacho

Избирательный округ 21
State Senator: Marko Liias
State Representative, Position 1: Strom Peterson
State Representative, Position 2: Lillian Ortiz-Self

Избирательный округ 22
State Representative, Position 1: Beth Doglio
State Representative, Position 2: Jessica Bateman

Избирательный округ 23
State Representative, Position 1: Tarra Simmons
State Representative, Position 2: Drew Hansen

Избирательный округ 24
State Representative, Position 1: Mike Chapman
State Representative, Position 2: Steve Tharinger

Избирательный округ 26
State Senator: Emily Randall
State Representative, Position 1: Addison Richards
State Representative, Position 2: Matthew T Macklin

Избирательный округ 27
State Senator: Yasmin Trudeau
State Representative, Position 1: Laurie Jinkins
State Representative, Position 2: Jake Fey

Избирательный округ 28
State Representative, Position 1: Mari Leavitt
State Representative, Position 2: Dan Bronoske

Избирательный округ 29
State Senator, Steve Conway
State Representative, Position 1: Melanie Morgan
State Representative, Position 2: Sharlett Mena

Избирательный округ 30
State Senator: Claire Wilson
State Representative, Position 1: Jamila Taylor
State Representative, Position 2: Kristine Reeves

Избирательный округ 32
State Senator: Jesse Salomon
State Representative, Position 1: Cindy Ryu
State Representative, Position 2: Lauren Davis

Избирательный округ 33
State Senator: Karen Keiser
State Representative, Position 1: Tina Orwall
State Representative, Position 2: Mia Gregerson

Избирательный округ 34
State Senator: Joe Nguyen
State Representative, Position 1: Emily Alvarado
State Representative, Position 2: Joe Fitzgibbon

Избирательный округ 36
State Senator: Noel Frame
State Representative, Position 1: Julia Reed
State Representative, Position 2: Liz Berry

Избирательный округ 37
State Senator: Rebecca Saldaña
State Representative, Position 1: Sharon Tomiko Santos
State Representative, Position 2:  Chipalo Street & Emijah Smith 

Избирательный округ 38
State Senator: June Robinson
State Representative, Position 1: Julio Cortes
State Representative, Position 2: Mary Fosse

Избирательный округ 39
State Representative, Position 1: Sam Low

Избирательный округ 40
State Representative, Position 1: Debra Lekanoff
State Representative, Position 2: Alex Ramel

Избирательный округ 41
State Representative, Position 1: Tana Senn
State Representative, Position 2: My-Linh Thai

Избирательный округ 42
State Senator: Sharon Shewmake
State Representative, Position 1: Alicia Rule
State Representative, Position 2: Joe Timmons

Избирательный округ 43
Senator Jamie Pedersen
State Representative, Position 1: Nicole Macri
State Representative, Position 2: Frank Chopp

Избирательный округ 44
State Senator: John Lovick
State Representative, Position 1: April Berg
State Representative, Position 2: Brandy Donaghy

Избирательный округ 45
State Senator: Manka Dhingra
State Representative, Position 1: Roger Goodman
State Representative, Position 2: Larry Springer

Избирательный округ 46
State Senator: Javier Valdez
State Representative, Position 1: Gerry Pollet

Избирательный округ 47
State Senator: Claudia Kauffman
State Representative, Position 1: Debra Entenman
State Representative, Position 2: Shukri Olow & Chris Stearns

Избирательный округ 48
State Senator: Patty Kuderer
State Representative, Position 1: Vandana Slatter
State Representative, Position 2: Amy Walen

Избирательный округ 49
State Representative, Position 1: Sharon Wylie
State Representative, Position 2: Monica Jurado Stonier

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