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22nd Legislative District

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Congress, 10th Congressional District

U.S. Representative

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  • First elected in 2016, former state Rep. Kristine Reeves is also running for the open 10th Congressional District seat. She is the Director of Economic Development for the Military and Defense sector for Washington state, where she has helped secure millions of dollars for small businesses and local infrastructure. In the Legislature, Reeves has been a champion for paid family and medical leave, gun safety, and making childcare more affordable. She took a more cautious approach than Doglio to several pieces of legislation, including voting against taxing polluters and increasing protections for tenants. 

    In her Fuse interview, Reeves said her life experience would guide her priorities and decision making in Congress. She is motivated to address affordable housing and homelessness by her experience growing up as a foster child and being homeless herself at times. She supports universal health care and points to her own health care emergency that nearly left her bankrupt as a young adult. Reeves also stated that she is the only leading candidate in the race with foreign policy experience.

    If elected, Reeves would be the first Black person elected to Congress from Washington in our state's 131-year history.

    Kristine Reeves

    First elected in 2016, former state Rep. Kristine Reeves is also running for the open 10th Congressional District seat.

Other Candidates

This open congressional seat attracted a very large field of candidates, including Democrats Phil Gardner, Marilyn Strickland, and Eric LeMay, Republicans Jackson Maynard, Rian Ingrim, and Dean Johnson, and Joshua Collins, who prefers the Essential Workers party.

Former Tacoma Mayor Marilyn Strickland is running as a moderate Democrat focused on the COVID-19 response and economic rebuilding. Her pandemic response plan focuses on producing medical equipment, helping people get back to work, and massive investments in infrastructure.

However, we are concerned with several parts of Strickland's record that skew in favor of corporations over working families. As Mayor of Tacoma, Strickland was an obstacle to progressive efforts to improve workers' sick leave and raise the minimum wage. As the head of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, Strickland worked last fall to help their PAC spend millions of dollars backing a slate of more conservative, business-friendly candidates. Thankfully, progressives were able to defeat nearly all of their candidates.

The other leading candidate in this race is Phil Gardner, who worked for Rep. Denny Heck for 10 years. Gardner impressed in his Fuse interview, laying out a bold progressive platform that includes a Green New Deal and large investments in affordable housing. If elected, Gardner would be the first openly LGBTQ person elected to Congress from Washington.

Statewide

Governor

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    Democrat
  • Governor Jay Inslee has been a strong, principled leader on the important challenges facing Washington. Before he was elected as governor in 2012, Inslee represented both sides of the Cascades in Congress, opposed the Iraq war, and worked to increase accountability and oversight for Wall Street banks.

    Inslee has established himself as a national leader on fighting climate change. He has invested more than $170 million into clean energy and energy efficiency projects, implemented the Clean Air Rule, and pushed for legislation that reduces pollution in Washington. In his 2020 bid for the presidency, Inslee brought a climate-centered focus to the race. Outside of his work on climate, Inslee has signed into law Washington's public option for health care, paid family leave, and the Equal Pay Opportunity Act.

    Recently, Inslee has been a national leader in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. His proactive, decisive, science-driven efforts have saved countless Washingtonians from getting sick. Unfortunately, we've seen the flip side recently where states with governors who were slow or failed to act have seen dramatic increases in cases.

    Inslee is facing 35 opponents this year, the most prominent of which are Republicans Sen. Phil Fortunato, Tim Eyman, and Bothell Mayor Joshua Freed. Fortunato is a social conservative who has abandoned working families while in the office. In past legislative sessions, he voted against protections for LGBTQ school children and against expanding access to reproductive health care for women. Freed believes we should be less cautious about COVID-19 protections and rapidly re-open the state, a faulty strategy in the face of death and difficult recoveries even for previously healthy coronavirus patients.

    Eyman is one of the worst candidates for governor the state has ever seen. Eyman's legal problems range from fraudulently diverting funds from his ill-conceived initiatives into his personal bank accounts to wide-ranging campaign finance violations to stealing a chair from Office Depot. He is the face behind many of Washington's most damaging initiatives, including the most recent disaster that has cut tens of billions of dollars from state transportation projects. Eyman has lately been doubling down on his cringeworthy antics by comparing Gov. Inslee's COVID policies to George Floyd's murder.

    As the coronavirus crisis continues and the gap in the state budget persists, we need real, experienced leadership at the helm of the state. Inslee is the clear choice for governor.

    Jay Inslee

    Governor Jay Inslee has been a strong, principled leader on the important challenges facing Washington.

Lt. Governor

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    Democrat
  • Rep. Denny Heck is retiring from Congress and running for Lt. Governor. Heck has had a long, effective career in both the private and public sectors, most notably as a five-term state representative, House majority leader, chief of staff to former Gov. Booth Gardner, and TVW co-founder.

    In Congress, Heck has fought to make college more affordable, worked to lower health care costs, ensure veterans get the benefits they deserve, and create middle-class jobs. He supports immigration policies that create a path to citizenship and worked to help prevent health care premium increases due to Trump's policies. Heck was elected to represent the 10th Congressional District after it was created in 2012 and decided to retire after the impeachment hearings in December 2019.

    His top priorities as Lt. Governor would be reforming our regressive tax system, investing in infrastructure to rebuild the economy as well as the roads and bridges, and helping people "skill up". In his Fuse interview, he expressed support for police reform and wants to expand on the Electeds For Justice pledge to eliminate qualified immunity for police officers. In addition, Heck said he wants to use the office and his extensive experience to lobby swing senators on progressive issues.

    Denny Heck

    Rep. Denny Heck is retiring from Congress and running for Lt. Governor. Heck has had a long, effective career in both the private and public sectors, most notably as a five-term state representative, House majority leader, chief of staff to former Gov. Booth Gardner, and TVW co-founder.

Other Candidates

This open seat has attracted a large number of candidates, including Democrats James Rafferty and Michelle Jasmer, Libertarians Jared Frerichs and Matt Seymour, and Republicans Ann Davison Sattler, Joseph Brumbles, and Marty McClendon.

Neither Rafferty nor Jasmer has a strong campaign presence. Frerich's top three campaign priorities are reducing economic barriers, reforming red-flag laws, and decriminalizing sex work. Seymour's main focus is preventing any tax increases, but he is also not open to options for progressive revenue. Davison Sattler is an attorney who ran for Seattle City Council as a Democrat against Debora Juarez in 2019 with the support of conservative groups like Safe Seattle. She officially declared herself a Republican early this year. Her platform includes turning unused commercial and civic structures into field hospitals, temporary housing, or disaster relief centers. Davison Sattler is endorsed by Republican elected officials and is not progressive. McClendon ran for Lt. Governor in 2016 and claimed then-Senator Cyrus Habib (who is not running for re-election to this position because he decided to enter the Society of Jesus) was not Christian, but "anti-God."

Secretary of State

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  • Former port commissioner and progressive state Rep. Gael Tarleton is now running for Secretary of State, who serves as the state's chief elections officer, among other roles. First elected to the Legislature in 2012, Tarleton has been a strong advocate for environmental causes such as Governor Jay Inslee's initiative to reduce carbon pollution. She sponsored bills during her first term in the House to strengthen the maritime industry, improve access to health care, and ensure gender pay equity.

    Tarleton is running for Secretary of State to expand access to voting in Washington while safeguarding our elections against attacks "foreign and domestic." She wants to improve digital security and increase funding for county auditors to safeguard local elections from hacking attempts in the wake of the 2016 election. She would also expand audits of the state and local systems to identify any weaknesses that could be exploited.

    Tarleton is challenging incumbent Republican Secretary of State Kim Wyman, who has faced a bumpy road during her time in office. Last year, Wyman's office released a new $9.5 million voter registration database that was riddled with errors and led to a backlog of tens of thousands of registrations. King County elections director Julie Wise described the release as "irresponsible" and "not even functioning." In addition, Wyman was slow to support the Washington Voting Rights Act, same-day voter registration, and postage-paid ballots, and she has failed to condemn the president's relentless attacks on voting by mail.

    Also in this race are Independent Ed Minger and Progressive Party candidate Gentry Lange. Minger wants to prohibit candidates from running paid ads, which is blatantly unconstitutional, and Lange wants to end voting by mail in Washington, a particularly confounding position during a pandemic.

    We need a progressive leader in the Secretary of State's office who is fully committed to protecting our elections and removing every barrier to participation in our democracy. Tarleton is the clear progressive choice in this race.

    Gael Tarleton

    Former port commissioner and progressive state Rep. Gael Tarleton is now running for Secretary of State, who serves as the state's chief elections officer, among other roles.

State Treasurer

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  • Mike Pellicciotti has served in the Washington state House representing the 30th Legislative District since 2016 and is now running for Treasurer. Pellicciotti has never accepted corporate campaign donations and has led efforts to make the Legislature's records open for public view. He also wrote the Corporate Crime Act, which increases financial penalties for corporate crimes by 100 times, and has successfully supported laws reducing property taxes.

    Pellicciotti is challenging incumbent Republican Duane Davidson. In 2016, incumbent Jim McIntire retired, leaving the seat open. Because of the crowded primary, two Republicans made it through to the general election, giving them control of the Treasurer's office for the first time since 1957. Davidson previously served as the Benton County Treasurer from 2003 to 2016. In his term, he has been a traditional Republican and has referred to the state Legislature "raiding" the Rainy Day Fund. He has also only attended 3 of 18 critical pension meetings since fall 2017.

    Pellicciotti has been a solid legislator and is the best choice in the race for Washington State Treasurer.

    Mike Pellicciotti

    Mike Pellicciotti has served in the Washington state House representing the 30th Legislative District since 2016 and is now running for Treasurer. Pellicciotti has never accepted corporate campaign donations and has led efforts to make the Legislature's records open for public view.

State Auditor

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  • Washington Auditor Pat McCarthy has been a consistent advocate for government transparency and accountability during her first term in office. Previously, she served as Pierce County Executive and Pierce County Auditor, where she was honored as the 2006 Washington State Auditor of the Year.

    Recently, McCarthy announced that her office has opened two independent audits of the Employment Security Department. The first will investigate the delay in unemployment benefits for hundreds of thousands of Washingtonians who lost their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic. The second audit will look into how criminals stole hundreds of millions of dollars through a sophisticated fraud scheme.

    McCarthy is facing a challenge from Democrat Joshua Casey and Republican Chris Leyba. Casey is a CPA who wants to bring his financial expertise to the auditor's office. Leyba is a former police detective who currently runs an animal rescue on his farm. If elected, he would prioritize buying from Washington businesses and saving taxpayer dollars.

    McCarthy's experience and commitment to oversight will be valuable as the state works to emerge from the pandemic and the recession. McCarthy is the best choice in this race.

    Pat McCarthy

    Washington Auditor Pat McCarthy has been a consistent advocate for government transparency and accountability during her first term in office. Previously, she served as Pierce County Executive and Pierce County Auditor, where she was honored as the 2006 Washington State Auditor of the Year.

Attorney General

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  • Attorney General Bob Ferguson's accomplishments during his two terms in office are impressive. From delivering millions of dollars back to consumers who were wronged by fraudulent corporations and his ongoing battle with the federal government to clean up the Hanford nuclear waste site to successfully fighting two Tim Eyman initiatives, Ferguson has been a strong and effective advocate for people in Washington. He has sued the Trump administration 50 times as of October 2019 and won every completed case (22 by his own count). Some of Ferguson's biggest accomplishments from the past few years include protecting consumer medical data, protecting statewide water quality from Trump's erosive environmental policies, and fighting back against the Trump administration's child detention laws.

    Ferguson is running against Republicans Brett Rogers, Mike Vaska, and Matt Larkin. Rogers states that with over 20 years of law enforcement experience, including time with the Seattle Police Department, he would be well-suited to research and set criminal justice policy. A member of the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, Vaska's priorities include reducing regulations for business and streamlining the permitting process. Larkin states that he's running to prioritize "the homeless situation" that "no one is doing anything about," and promises to empower law enforcement while making Washington more business-friendly.

    Ferguson is the clear progressive choice for Attorney General of Washington.

    Bob Ferguson

    Attorney General Bob Ferguson's accomplishments during his two terms in office are impressive.

Commissioner of Public Lands

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  • Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz has been a proactive force for protecting our communities from climate change. As the head of the Washington Department of Natural Resources, she has focused on wildfire management and climate action.

    This year, Franz released a climate resilience plan for rural Washington that includes expanding wind and solar farms and massive reforestation. Given the statewide threat and impact of wildfires with recent record-setting fire seasons, she has also worked on a 20-year forest health plan and a 10-year fire protection plan.

    Franz is running against six other candidates: Republicans Cameron Whitney, Steve Sharon, Maryam Abasbarzy, and Sue Kuehl Pederson, Democrat Frank Wallbrown, and Libertarian Kelsey Reyes. Wallbrown and Abasbarzy have no campaign details available. Pederson is the former chair of the Grays Harbor Republican Party and says she's running to bring new leadership to the office and to balance the state's economy and ecology. Reyes works in the restaurant industry and has no concrete campaign details or website available. Finally, Sharon is running to investigate the effects of 5G towers and Whitney is running to follow Trump's suggestion of raking forests to stop forest fires.

    Franz has the experience we need to guide and protect our state from increasingly dangerous fire seasons to the rising threat of climate inaction. Vote Franz for Commissioner of Public Lands.

    Hilary Franz

    Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz has been a proactive force for protecting our communities from climate change. As the head of the Washington Department of Natural Resources, she has focused on wildfire management and climate action.

Superintendent of Public Instruction

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    Non-Partisan
  • Chris Reykdal is running for re-election to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction to continue his leadership of our state's public schools through this challenging time. Previously, Reykdal spent 14 years serving on local school boards and in leadership positions at community and technical colleges, as well as serving 6 years in the Legislature. In the state House, Reykdal had a strong progressive voting record and was a consistent champion for public schools.

    In his first term as Superintendent, Reykdal has pushed the Legislature to fully fund K-12 education, increase teacher pay, and close the opportunity gap for students of color. More recently, Reykdal has worked closely with Gov. Inslee to help Washington's schools navigate the pandemic. He made the tough decision early to close schools for the year to keep kids and families safe and slow the spread of COVID-19. If re-elected, Reykdal will continue to advocate for these priorities and work with schools across the state as they make the transition back to in-person education.

    Reykdal is facing a handful of opponents in this non-partisan race: conservative Ron Higgins, former Republican legislative candidate Maia Espinoza, Dennis Wick, Stan Lippman, and David Spring. Espinoza has garnered attention by publishing a false and inflammatory voters pamphlet statement attacking Reykdal. Lippman is a disbarred lawyer and anti-vaccination advocate, Spring doesn't think we should have closed schools during the pandemic, and Higgins wants to inject religious teachings into public education. Wick is a former member of the Snohomish School District Board of Directors who wants to modernize our school system.

    Reykdal is the clear choice for Superintendent of Public Instruction.

    Chris Reykdal

    Chris Reykdal is running for re-election to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction to continue his leadership of our state's public schools through this challenging time.

Insurance Commissioner

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  • Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler has spent his entire career serving the people of Washington. Prior to running for statewide office, Kreidler was a doctor of optometry, state legislator, and member of Congress.

    As Insurance Commissioner, Kreidler has been a consistent advocate for consumers and patients in overseeing insurance companies in Washington. Kreidler set up one of the first and most effective Obamacare exchanges in the country, helping expand access to health care for hundreds of thousands of Washingtonians. More recently, Kreidler moved quickly to issue an emergency order requiring insurance companies to waive copays, coinsurance, and deductibles for COVID-19 testing and office visits. In addition, he forced insurance companies to allow consumers to access other health providers if they did not have an in-network option for testing.

    Kreidler is running against Republican Chirayu Avinash Patel and Libertarian Anthony Welti. Patel wants to model the office of the insurance commissioner based on a hybrid of the Ronald Reagan and Thomas Jefferson administrations, though he gives few details on what this would mean. Welti is running on a vaguely anti-corruption platform and wants to allow insurance companies to offer cheaper plans with fewer protections for consumers.

    Kreidler has earned your vote for re-election to the Office of the Insurance Commissioner.

    Mike Kreidler

    Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler has spent his entire career serving the people of Washington. Prior to running for statewide office, Kreidler was a doctor of optometry, state legislator, and member of Congress.

22nd Legislative District

State Senator

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    Democrat
  • Evergreen Future
  • Incumbent Sen. Sam Hunt was elected to the Senate in 2016 after representing the district in the House for 16 years. In the House, Hunt was an advocate of open and fair elections and sponsored bills to encourage online voter registration, while also supporting increased education funding and women's health protections. This year the senator supported a broad range of progressive bills and sponsored several, including cost-sharing requirements for insulin and requiring schools to incorporate local tribes' history into their curriculum.

    If re-elected, Hunt's priorities in the Senate include fixing our upside-down tax structure, which is the most regressive in the nation, more equitable funding for early education, and supporting universal health care, among other key policies.

    Hunt is running against Republican Gary Holland and Democrat Kevin Young. Holland is a former employee of the State Department of Social and Health Services. He supports reducing regulations on businesses, public agency audits, road improvement, and "optimal job creation." Small business owner Kevin Young is running to unite opposing viewpoints in the district and find common ground solutions to issues of environment, economy, and more. He states that despite never holding elected office, his experience graduating college in the late aughts brings a unique view into the hardships many in the district experience. He is supportive of community oversight of the police and universal healthcare.

    With his experience and support from the progressive community, Hunt is the best choice in this race.

    Sam Hunt

    Incumbent Sen. Sam Hunt was elected to the Senate in 2016 after representing the district in the House for 16 years.

State Representative, Position #1

State Representative, Position #2

Other Candidates

Also running in this race are Democrat Mary Ellen Biggerstaff and Republican Dusty Pierpoint. Biggerstaff is a nurse practitioner who works with many patients struggling with addiction and mental illnesses. Her top priorities are making housing a human right and creating universal health care. Pierpoint is running on a "law and order" platform that lacks compassion for our homeless friends and neighbors.

Thurston County Commission

Thurston County Commission, District #1

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  • Carolina Mejia is a judicial assistant for the Thurston County Superior Court. As an immigrant who moved to the U.S. as a youth, Mejia became interested in law and immigration advocacy from a young age. She has worked with organizations such as One America, El Centro de la Raza, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, and Centro Integral Educativo Latino de Olympia. Mejia is also currently the treasurer of the Washington State Democratic Latino Caucus.

    Mejia's top priorities are the county budget, affordable housing, environment, and inclusive government. She wants to support the Housing Trust Fund, which provides homes for low- and moderate-income families as well as seniors, people with disabilities, and others. She would also look to innovative sources of revenue rather than property taxes or levies. Mejia wants to balance the needs of all, including communities of color, Indigenous people, and farmers. In light of the coronavirus, Mejia is pushing for proactive preparedness, stocking medical facilities with the equipment they need, and securing additional funding for medical testing and prevention services. Because she works for the county's judicial system, Mejia cannot put forth her opinion on the courthouse debate, but she emphasizes that she wants to bring transparency and accountability to the budget process.

    Carolina Mejia

    Carolina Mejia is a judicial assistant for the Thurston County Superior Court. As an immigrant who moved to the U.S. as a youth, Mejia became interested in law and immigration advocacy from a young age.

  • Endorsed By: Sierra Club , Thurston Environmental Voters, Alliance for Gun Responsibility Victory Fund
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  • Rory Summerson is a manager at a flooring service business. He is highly active in the community, serving on the boards of Partners in Prevention Education, which works with domestic violence survivors within the homeless population, and Mpowerment Washington, which supports HIV prevention. He is also a precinct committee officer for the Thurston County Democrats and founding member of the local group LGBTQ+ Democrats of Thurston.

    If elected, Summerson wants to bolster social services available to the community, including meal delivery, adult protective services, childcare, and health and employment services. His campaign also emphasizes the need for climate justice, conservation, and advocacy for marginalized communities. While he believes that the county does need a new courthouse, he disagrees with the process for the current plan.

    Rory Summerson

    Rory Summerson is a manager at a flooring service business. He is highly active in the community, serving on the boards of Partners in Prevention Education, which works with domestic violence survivors within the homeless population, and Mpowerment Washington, which supports HIV prevention.

Other Candidates

There are several other candidates running for Thurston County Commissioner in District 1. The incumbent, John "Hutch" Hutchings, is a former law enforcement officer running to reduce regulations on business and preserve open space. Recently, Hutchings voted to remove the sheriff's office from a 2 percent budget cut from all county departments, signaling his priorities in a time when other departments like public health will receive a deeper cut.

Democrat David Gaw is running to bring rural voices and needs to the forefront. He supports both the county's rescindment of the courthouse tax proposition and the pursuit of a new courthouse facility. His top priorities are managing the budget and preserving the county's green spaces.

Bud Blake is a former District 3 Thurston County Commissioner who lost his seat to Democrat Tye Menser in 2018. As a commissioner, Blake was a moderately conservative voice and did not pursue progressive reforms in his tenure, including abstaining from voting on regional climate goals. This cycle he is prioritizing economy recovery and public safety, specifically, getting "a sufficient number of deputies."

C Davis, who ran for Rep. Laurie Dolan's seat on an anti-tax libertarian platform in 2018, has no campaign details on his website but says in his voter's guide statement that he wants to send the homeless into "labor-based drug treatment or into the legal system," fund more sheriffs, and de-regulate building permits.

 

Thurston County Commission, District #2

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  • Lacey City Councilmember Michael Steadman is running for Thurston County Commissioner to bring environmental needs, infrastructure, and inclusion to the forefront. Steadman is a veteran and a small business owner who was first elected to the city council in 2014. His environmental priorities include preserving Rocky Prairie, converting the county to 100% sewer systems, and tackling water quality and algae issues. He's in favor of increasing density in urban areas while protecting forests and rural places, as well as supporting a fare-free bus system through the Intercity Transit Zero Fare project. Steadman believes that the county should expand alternative criminal justice options and improve mental health services.

    Steadman is running against incumbent Commissioner Gary Edwards. Edwards, a former Thurston County sheriff, is running for re-election to reduce regulations on businesses and home builders. Despite running as an Independent, Edwards has entertained conservative interests. Last year, he joined Thurston County Sheriff John Snaza last year in holding a guns-rights meeting, where a discussion was held on a citizen's arrest of Attorney General Bob Ferguson. At that meeting, Edwards threatened "revolution" if Trump could not get the courts stacked his favor.

    Steadman is the best choice in this race.

    Michael Steadman

    Lacey City Councilmember Michael Steadman is running for Thurston County Commissioner to bring environmental needs, infrastructure, and inclusion to the forefront. Steadman is a veteran and a small business owner who was first elected to the city council in 2014.

  • Endorsed By: Lacey Professional Firefighters, Thurston County Democrats

Thurston County Superior Court

Thurston County Superior Court Judge, Position #8

  • Sharonda Amamilo is running for Thurston Superior Court, Judge Position 8. She is a public defender with over 15 years of experience representing children and families. Amamilo is engaged in systems change at the county and national levels and promises to bring "compassionate and courteous deliberation" to the bench. She has also served on the Washington State Criminal Justice Treatment Act Panel and the Washington Trafficking Prevention Board. She is ranked as Exceptionally Well Qualified by the Loren Miller Bar Association and Well Qualified by the Cardozo Society of Washington State.

    Amamilo is facing David Hankins, Scott Ahlf, and Jonathan Sprouffske. Sprouffske is the bar choice in the race, but he has has a few endorsements from Republicans. As a young lawyer, he served as a mentor with the Thurston County Bar Association and now serves as a Judge Pro Tem in Thurston District Court. Hankins has spent three decades as the Senior Counsel of the Attorney General's Office and is endorsed by Attorney General Bob Ferguson. Ahlf served as an Olympia Municipal Court Judge for 15 years and as a Prosecutor and Assistant City Attorney in the City of Lacey. 

    Amamilo is the best choice in the race for Thurston Superior Court, Judge Position 8.

    Sharonda Amamilo

    Sharonda Amamilo is running for Thurston Superior Court, Judge Position 8. She is a public defender with over 15 years of experience representing children and families.