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JC Harris is running for re-election to Des Moines City Council, Position 2, where he has served since 2020. Harris is a semi-retired musician and software engineer who describes himself as a non-partisan independent.

Harris's platform has some positive aspects - it heavily focuses on reducing Seattle-Tacoma Airport's noise and air pollution in Des Moines. He proposes solutions like forcing the airport to pay impact fees and increasing building code enforcement to make sure homes insulate against noise. He also supports creating more public parks, senior programs, and services with funding that depends less on regressive taxes and fees. 

However, Harris' voting pattern on the council has been unimpressive - he votes "no" on most proposals. Harris was the sole vote against adopting the city's housing action plan, saying it had "no substance" despite its comprehensive suggestions for improving access to affordable housing in Des Moines. He has also voted against proposals to improve public amenities. 

Most worrying is his reputation for inappropriate behavior. Harris was formally censured his fellow councilmembers for cornering and berating a city staff member. Several of his colleagues said that this was part of a pattern of behavior that included shouting expletives at them in public, using sexual innuendo in the workplace, and posting insults and misinformation on his blog. Harris has been removed from all but one of his committee appointments.

Harris is running against Rob Back, a landlord, property manager, and former city council member. During his previous term on the city council (2016 to 2020), Back was most focused on funding development downtown and at the marina, improving transportation, and increasing police funding. Back is a board member and strong supporter of the SCORE jail, a private jail that faced several lawsuits after a sharp increase in people dying in custody because of lack of medical care.

Harris and Back differ slightly when it comes to prisons and policing. Although Harris bemoans that the number of police has been reduced in recent years, he thinks that the city should not try to arrest its way out of problems with mental health and addiction crises. He proposed creating a treatment center as a solution but did not have a concrete proposal for how to fund it.

While Harris is less conservative than Back in some ways, we cannot recommend him given his inappropriate behavior on the council. 
 

JC Harris

JC Harris is running for re-election to Des Moines City Council, Position 2, where he has served since 2020. Harris is a semi-retired musician and software engineer who describes himself as a non-partisan independent.

  • King County Assessor John Wilson is running unopposed for re-election. He worked as the chief deputy assessor for four years before being elected by the public to lead the office in 2015. Wilson has also worked in the county’s Department of Information Technology and in public affairs consulting. 

    In office, Wilson has focused on housing affordability, making sure our tax code is balanced, and improving the efficiency of assessor services. One of his top priorities has been to ensure that property taxes don’t push our senior neighbors out of their homes. Wilson also revamped the office’s web services and instituted the Taxpayer Transparency Tool so county residents can easily calculate how policy changes impact their upcoming taxes. In this race, Wilson’s platform emphasizes similar values of accessibility, innovation, and efficiency in the office while working on community issues like housing and immigration.

    With his years of experience and strong community focus, John Wilson deserves your vote to serve another term as King County Auditor. 

    Last updated: 2023-10-18

    John Wilson

    King County Assessor John Wilson is running unopposed for re-election. He worked as the chief deputy assessor for four years before being elected by the public to lead the office in 2015.

    King County Assessor John Wilson is running unopposed for re-election. He worked as the chief deputy assessor for four years before being elected by the public to lead the office in 2015. Wilson has also worked in the county’s Department of Information Technology and in public affairs consulting. 

    In office, Wilson has focused on housing affordability, making sure our tax code is balanced, and improving the efficiency of assessor services. One of his top priorities has been to ensure that property taxes don’t push our senior neighbors out of their homes. Wilson also revamped the office’s web services and instituted the Taxpayer Transparency Tool so county residents can easily calculate how policy changes impact their upcoming taxes. In this race, Wilson’s platform emphasizes similar values of accessibility, innovation, and efficiency in the office while working on community issues like housing and immigration.

    With his years of experience and strong community focus, John Wilson deserves your vote to serve another term as King County Auditor. 

    John Wilson

    King County Assessor John Wilson is running unopposed for re-election. He worked as the chief deputy assessor for four years before being elected by the public to lead the office in 2015.

  • Endorsed By: King County Democrats
  • Incumbent Julie Wise is running for her third term serving as King County Director of Elections. Wise has worked in elections since 2000 and as the county’s director since 2015. During her two terms, she has brought innovative community services to the offices that have advanced civic education and voter participation.

    Wise has led progress in the county elections office, instituting the Voter Education Fund (a public-philanthropic partnership), providing prepaid postage on ballots, introducing new language options, and adding 65 new ballot drop-off locations. Her past term included successfully navigating the storm of election misinformation and conspiracy theories about the democratic process. Wise has won numerous awards for her leadership in the office.

    Wise’s campaign reflects her continued commitment to reducing barriers to voting, protecting elections from infringement, building community trust in the accuracy of election results, and making sure every vote is counted. Her biggest priorities for a third term are continuing progressive efforts to increase accessibility while investing in security to protect voters and elections offices from intimidation.

    Republican Doug Basler is challenging Wise in this race. Basler runs a digital video and marketing services company, and he has previously run for office. His campaign platform dangerously promotes far-right fictions of election fraud that fueled the 2020 criminal conspiracy to overthrow the will of the people. Basler has also previously questioned the integrity of county elections, and even participated in lawsuits aimed at overturning the function of our democratic institutions. 

    King County voters deserve an elections director who is focused on delivering quality and accurate services rather than someone who wants to overturn our votes and stoke chaos in order to elevate their position and that of their party. Julie Wise deserves re-election for another term as King County Director of Elections to continue bringing strong leadership to the office. 

    Last updated: 2023-10-19

    Julie Wise

    Incumbent Julie Wise is running for her third term serving as King County Director of Elections. Wise has worked in elections since 2000 and as the county’s director since 2015.

    Incumbent Julie Wise is running for her third term serving as King County Director of Elections. Wise has worked in elections since 2000 and as the county’s director since 2015. During her two terms, she has brought innovative community services to the offices that have advanced civic education and voter participation.

    Wise has led progress in the county elections office, instituting the Voter Education Fund (a public-philanthropic partnership), providing prepaid postage on ballots, introducing new language options, and adding 65 new ballot drop-off locations. Her past term included successfully navigating the storm of election misinformation and conspiracy theories about the democratic process. Wise has won numerous awards for her leadership in the office.

    Wise’s campaign reflects her continued commitment to reducing barriers to voting, protecting elections from infringement, building community trust in the accuracy of election results, and making sure every vote is counted. Her biggest priorities for a third term are continuing progressive efforts to increase accessibility while investing in security to protect voters and elections offices from intimidation.

    Republican Doug Basler is challenging Wise in this race. Basler runs a digital video and marketing services company, and he has previously run for office. His campaign platform dangerously promotes far-right fictions of election fraud that fueled the 2020 criminal conspiracy to overthrow the will of the people. Basler has also previously questioned the integrity of county elections, and even participated in lawsuits aimed at overturning the function of our democratic institutions. 

    King County voters deserve an elections director who is focused on delivering quality and accurate services rather than someone who wants to overturn our votes and stoke chaos in order to elevate their position and that of their party. Julie Wise deserves re-election for another term as King County Director of Elections to continue bringing strong leadership to the office. 

    Julie Wise

    Incumbent Julie Wise is running for her third term serving as King County Director of Elections. Wise has worked in elections since 2000 and as the county’s director since 2015.

  • Endorsed By: APACE, The Stranger
  • Sam Cho is running unopposed for re-election for Seattle Port Commissioner, Position 2. Before his election in 2019, he served on Gov. Jay Inslee’s Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs and previously worked on trade issues for a member of Congress. Aside from his work on the commission, Cho also serves on the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce and the Washington Council on International Trade.

    Cho has been a standout on the commission in his first term. When Cho became commission president in 2022, he was the first Asian American to serve in the role in port history. As the son of South Korean immigrants and a fluent Korean speaker, Cho has led several international trade efforts with Korea, including creating a green trade corridor with the Port of Busan and working with Hyundai and KIA to make the Port of Seattle the exclusive importer of their cars.

    Cho deserves your vote for Position 2 on the Seattle Port Commission. 

    Last updated: 2023-10-18

    Sam Cho

    Submitted by airtable on Mon, 09/25/2023 - 15:34

    Sam Cho is running unopposed for re-election for Seattle Port Commissioner, Position 2. Before his election in 2019, he served on Gov. Jay Inslee’s Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs and previously worked on trade issues for a member of Congress.

    Sam Cho is running unopposed for re-election for Seattle Port Commissioner, Position 2. Before his election in 2019, he served on Gov. Jay Inslee’s Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs and previously worked on trade issues for a member of Congress. Aside from his work on the commission, Cho also serves on the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce and the Washington Council on International Trade.

    Cho has been a standout on the commission in his first term. When Cho became commission president in 2022, he was the first Asian American to serve in the role in port history. As the son of South Korean immigrants and a fluent Korean speaker, Cho has led several international trade efforts with Korea, including creating a green trade corridor with the Port of Busan and working with Hyundai and KIA to make the Port of Seattle the exclusive importer of their cars.

    Cho deserves your vote for Position 2 on the Seattle Port Commission. 

    Sam Cho

    Submitted by airtable on Mon, 09/25/2023 - 15:34

    Sam Cho is running unopposed for re-election for Seattle Port Commissioner, Position 2. Before his election in 2019, he served on Gov. Jay Inslee’s Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs and previously worked on trade issues for a member of Congress.

  • Incumbent Fred Felleman is an environmental consultant and marine biologist. He is running for re-election to the Seattle Port Commission, Position 5, as the senior member of the commission, having served since 2016. With his science background, Felleman has pledged to continue supporting environmentally friendly reforms at the port.

    As commissioner, Felleman has focused on fighting climate change and increasing the port's green energy jobs. He has been a leader on the commission when it comes to protecting orcas, publicly opposing the dangerous Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline, and advocating for well-paying jobs. Elected commission president in 2021, he has recently supported more efficient and greener policies at the port to reduce pollution, including adding solar panels to the Fishermen's Terminal's net shed and powering new docks so ships don't have to idle and burn additional fuel. Felleman often supports social causes as well, including condemning Trump's Muslim ban and government agencies’ response at the airport, as well as welcoming Ukrainian refugees, with Washington hosting 16,000 refugees, the third most among U.S. states.

    Challenging Felleman is Jesse Tam, the managing director for Mega Pacific Investments, a strategic development consulting firm. He is a former parks commissioner for the city of Newcastle, as well as past president and current board director for the Greater Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce, among other roles. 

    Tam states that he's running to use his business experience to source well-paying union jobs, negotiate business deals, and lead on climate change. While we agree with Tam's listed priorities, Felleman has been an excellent environmental advocate and scientific mind on the board, and we don't see a strong case for how Tam would bring progressive change to the port. 

    Felleman has earned your vote for re-election to the Port of Seattle, Position #5. 

    Last updated: 2023-10-19

    Fred Felleman

    Submitted by airtable on Mon, 09/25/2023 - 15:34

    Incumbent Fred Felleman is an environmental consultant and marine biologist. He is running for re-election to the Seattle Port Commission, Position 5, as the senior member of the commission, having served since 2016.

    Incumbent Fred Felleman is an environmental consultant and marine biologist. He is running for re-election to the Seattle Port Commission, Position 5, as the senior member of the commission, having served since 2016. With his science background, Felleman has pledged to continue supporting environmentally friendly reforms at the port.

    As commissioner, Felleman has focused on fighting climate change and increasing the port's green energy jobs. He has been a leader on the commission when it comes to protecting orcas, publicly opposing the dangerous Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline, and advocating for well-paying jobs. Elected commission president in 2021, he has recently supported more efficient and greener policies at the port to reduce pollution, including adding solar panels to the Fishermen's Terminal's net shed and powering new docks so ships don't have to idle and burn additional fuel. Felleman often supports social causes as well, including condemning Trump's Muslim ban and government agencies’ response at the airport, as well as welcoming Ukrainian refugees, with Washington hosting 16,000 refugees, the third most among U.S. states.

    Challenging Felleman is Jesse Tam, the managing director for Mega Pacific Investments, a strategic development consulting firm. He is a former parks commissioner for the city of Newcastle, as well as past president and current board director for the Greater Seattle Chinese Chamber of Commerce, among other roles. 

    Tam states that he's running to use his business experience to source well-paying union jobs, negotiate business deals, and lead on climate change. While we agree with Tam's listed priorities, Felleman has been an excellent environmental advocate and scientific mind on the board, and we don't see a strong case for how Tam would bring progressive change to the port. 

    Felleman has earned your vote for re-election to the Port of Seattle, Position #5. 

    Fred Felleman

    Submitted by airtable on Mon, 09/25/2023 - 15:34

    Incumbent Fred Felleman is an environmental consultant and marine biologist. He is running for re-election to the Seattle Port Commission, Position 5, as the senior member of the commission, having served since 2016.

No Recommendation

JC Harris is running for re-election to Des Moines City Council, Position 2, where he has served since 2020. Harris is a semi-retired musician and software engineer who describes himself as a non-partisan independent.

Harris's platform has some positive aspects - it heavily focuses on reducing Seattle-Tacoma Airport's noise and air pollution in Des Moines. He proposes solutions like forcing the airport to pay impact fees and increasing building code enforcement to make sure homes insulate against noise. He also supports creating more public parks, senior programs, and services with funding that depends less on regressive taxes and fees. 

However, Harris' voting pattern on the council has been unimpressive - he votes "no" on most proposals. Harris was the sole vote against adopting the city's housing action plan, saying it had "no substance" despite its comprehensive suggestions for improving access to affordable housing in Des Moines. He has also voted against proposals to improve public amenities. 

Most worrying is his reputation for inappropriate behavior. Harris was formally censured his fellow councilmembers for cornering and berating a city staff member. Several of his colleagues said that this was part of a pattern of behavior that included shouting expletives at them in public, using sexual innuendo in the workplace, and posting insults and misinformation on his blog. Harris has been removed from all but one of his committee appointments.

Harris is running against Rob Back, a landlord, property manager, and former city council member. During his previous term on the city council (2016 to 2020), Back was most focused on funding development downtown and at the marina, improving transportation, and increasing police funding. Back is a board member and strong supporter of the SCORE jail, a private jail that faced several lawsuits after a sharp increase in people dying in custody because of lack of medical care.

Harris and Back differ slightly when it comes to prisons and policing. Although Harris bemoans that the number of police has been reduced in recent years, he thinks that the city should not try to arrest its way out of problems with mental health and addiction crises. He proposed creating a treatment center as a solution but did not have a concrete proposal for how to fund it.

While Harris is less conservative than Back in some ways, we cannot recommend him given his inappropriate behavior on the council. 
 

JC Harris

JC Harris is running for re-election to Des Moines City Council, Position 2, where he has served since 2020. Harris is a semi-retired musician and software engineer who describes himself as a non-partisan independent.

No Recommendation

Jeremy Nutting is running to retain his seat on Des Moines City Council, Position 4. Nutting is a superintendent for a construction contracting company and has served on the council since 2013.

Nutting's top priorities include making Des Moines friendly to local businesses, supporting the city's development, and increasing police funding. Nutting has supported the Des Moines Creek Business Park and the controversial Marina redevelopment, and would work on further supporting growth downtown, at the waterfront, and in the ferry system. He has also been heavily involved in police-citizen relationship-building events, and is proud of adding more police officers and substation locations to the police department.

Nutting was on the council in 2015 when they voted to restrict churches who were sheltering people experiencing homelessness in Des Moines. His focus on policies that favor businesses and wealthy yacht owners indicate that he may not be the most progressive choice.

Christine Puzas is challenging incumbent Jeremy Nutting for his seat on the Des Moines City Council. She does not have any public information as of early October.

Jeremy Nutting

Jeremy Nutting is running to retain his seat on Des Moines City Council, Position 4. Nutting is a superintendent for a construction contracting company and has served on the council since 2013.

  • Yoshiko Grace Matsui is running unopposed for Des Moines City Council, Position 6. Matsui is a longtime public servant - she has served as board president of King County Water District, ensuring that Des Moines’ water services are up-to-date. She is the director of the Des Moines Farmers Market and a volunteer at the Des Moines Area Food Bank. Matsui currently works with the city of Seattle, doing human resources recruiting and running public safety exams for firefighters.

    Matsui's priorities for the council are aimed at elevating transparency and decision-making power for all communities in Des Moines. She has the endorsements of two local Democratic groups this year.

    Matsui deserves your vote for Des Moines City Council, Position 6.
     

    Last updated: 2023-10-13

    Yoshiko Grace Matsui

    Yoshiko Grace Matsui is running unopposed for Des Moines City Council, Position 6. Matsui is a longtime public servant - she has served as board president of King County Water District, ensuring that Des Moines’ water services are up-to-date.

    Yoshiko Grace Matsui is running unopposed for Des Moines City Council, Position 6. Matsui is a longtime public servant - she has served as board president of King County Water District, ensuring that Des Moines’ water services are up-to-date. She is the director of the Des Moines Farmers Market and a volunteer at the Des Moines Area Food Bank. Matsui currently works with the city of Seattle, doing human resources recruiting and running public safety exams for firefighters.

    Matsui's priorities for the council are aimed at elevating transparency and decision-making power for all communities in Des Moines. She has the endorsements of two local Democratic groups this year.

    Matsui deserves your vote for Des Moines City Council, Position 6.
     

    Yoshiko Grace Matsui

    Yoshiko Grace Matsui is running unopposed for Des Moines City Council, Position 6. Matsui is a longtime public servant - she has served as board president of King County Water District, ensuring that Des Moines’ water services are up-to-date.

  • VOTE YES

    Vote Yes to invest in life-saving emergency response needs

  • Valley Regional Fire Authority Proposition 1 provides financing for capital improvements to fire and emergency services in Algona, Auburn, and Pacific.

    When a loved one is experiencing a health crisis, the last thing to worry about should be whether or not our firefighters and ambulance services have the funding they need to help. Emergency services require upgraded infrastructure and resources in order to ensure that a strong crisis response is there when we need it most.

    Earlier this year, the Board of Governance adopted a resolution to finance the fire authority for capital needs. Now, it is up to voters to approve this plan to raise funds by issuing no more than $96.5 million worth of general obligation bonds to be repaid by the annual levy of excess property taxes. If passed, the proposition outlines destinations for the funding including constructing two new fire stations, rebuilding the headquarters response station, and establishing a logistics and maintenance facility. With this crucial investment, the fire authority can deliver improved, life-saving services to the entire community to keep us all safe.

    Vote Yes to approve Valley Regional Fire Authority Proposition 1.

    Last updated: 2023-10-18

    Valley Regional Fire Authority Proposition 1 provides financing for capital improvements to fire and emergency services in Algona, Auburn, and Pacific.

    When a loved one is experiencing a health crisis, the last thing to worry about should be whether or not our firefighters and ambulance services have the funding they need to help. Emergency services require upgraded infrastructure and resources in order to ensure that a strong crisis response is there when we need it most.

    Earlier this year, the Board of Governance adopted a resolution to finance the fire authority for capital needs. Now, it is up to voters to approve this plan to raise funds by issuing no more than $96.5 million worth of general obligation bonds to be repaid by the annual levy of excess property taxes. If passed, the proposition outlines destinations for the funding including constructing two new fire stations, rebuilding the headquarters response station, and establishing a logistics and maintenance facility. With this crucial investment, the fire authority can deliver improved, life-saving services to the entire community to keep us all safe.

    Vote Yes to approve Valley Regional Fire Authority Proposition 1.

    Valley Regional Fire Authority Proposition 1 provides financing for capital improvements to fire and emergency services in Algona, Auburn, and Pacific.

    When a loved one is experiencing a health crisis, the last thing to worry about should be whether or not our firefighters and ambulance services have the funding they need to help. Emergency services require upgraded infrastructure and resources in order to ensure that a strong crisis response is there when we need it most.

    Earlier this year, the Board of Governance adopted a resolution to finance the fire authority for capital needs. Now, it is up to voters to approve this plan to raise funds by issuing no more than $96.5 million worth of general obligation bonds to be repaid by the annual levy of excess property taxes. If passed, the proposition outlines destinations for the funding including constructing two new fire stations, rebuilding the headquarters response station, and establishing a logistics and maintenance facility. With this crucial investment, the fire authority can deliver improved, life-saving services to the entire community to keep us all safe.

    Vote Yes to approve Valley Regional Fire Authority Proposition 1.

Public Hospital District

Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below races on your ballot.

  • Express Recommendation
  • Anthony Berkley is running for King County Public Hospital District 1, Commissioner District 1. Berkley is a nurse, small business owner, nursing home operator, and proud union member. He has also been active in the community as a youth football coach.

    Berkley is running on a progressive platform to care for the entire community. If elected, he wants to ensure healthcare for women, support at-risk populations, strengthen working conditions for frontline health care workers, and increase information about available services. He believes that as a health care worker, he would bring a practical and important perspective to the board of commissioners. His campaign is endorsed by some of the region’s most progressive leaders, unions, and organizations.

    Incumbent commissioner and former surgical care nurse Erin Smith Aboudara is running for another term on the hospital board. While Adoubara has been a voice for South King County’s diverse health needs, she does not share the progressive vision or the widespread support that Berkley has earned in this race.

    We recommend Anthony Berkley for King County Public Hospital District, Commissioner District 1.
    Last updated: 2023-10-31

    Anthony R. Berkley

    Submitted by airtable on Tue, 10/31/2023 - 11:10

    Anthony Berkley is running for King County Public Hospital District 1, Commissioner District 1. Berkley is a nurse, small business owner, nursing home operator, and proud union member. He has also been active in the community as a youth football coach.

    Berkley is running on a progressive platform to care for the entire community. If elected, he wants to ensure healthcare for women, support at-risk populations, strengthen working conditions for frontline health care workers, and increase information about available services. He believes that as a health care worker, he would bring a practical and important perspective to the board of commissioners. His campaign is endorsed by some of the region’s most progressive leaders, unions, and organizations.

    Incumbent commissioner and former surgical care nurse Erin Smith Aboudara is running for another term on the hospital board. While Adoubara has been a voice for South King County’s diverse health needs, she does not share the progressive vision or the widespread support that Berkley has earned in this race.

    We recommend Anthony Berkley for King County Public Hospital District, Commissioner District 1.

    Public Hospital District
    Anthony Berkley is running for King County Public Hospital District 1, Commissioner District 1. Berkley is a nurse, small business owner, nursing home operator, and proud union member. He has also been active in the community as a youth football coach.

    Berkley is running on a progressive platform to care for the entire community. If elected, he wants to ensure healthcare for women, support at-risk populations, strengthen working conditions for frontline health care workers, and increase information about available services. He believes that as a health care worker, he would bring a practical and important perspective to the board of commissioners. His campaign is endorsed by some of the region’s most progressive leaders, unions, and organizations.

    Incumbent commissioner and former surgical care nurse Erin Smith Aboudara is running for another term on the hospital board. While Adoubara has been a voice for South King County’s diverse health needs, she does not share the progressive vision or the widespread support that Berkley has earned in this race.

    We recommend Anthony Berkley for King County Public Hospital District, Commissioner District 1.

    Anthony R. Berkley

    Submitted by airtable on Tue, 10/31/2023 - 11:10

    Anthony Berkley is running for King County Public Hospital District 1, Commissioner District 1. Berkley is a nurse, small business owner, nursing home operator, and proud union member. He has also been active in the community as a youth football coach.

    Berkley is running on a progressive platform to care for the entire community. If elected, he wants to ensure healthcare for women, support at-risk populations, strengthen working conditions for frontline health care workers, and increase information about available services. He believes that as a health care worker, he would bring a practical and important perspective to the board of commissioners. His campaign is endorsed by some of the region’s most progressive leaders, unions, and organizations.

    Incumbent commissioner and former surgical care nurse Erin Smith Aboudara is running for another term on the hospital board. While Adoubara has been a voice for South King County’s diverse health needs, she does not share the progressive vision or the widespread support that Berkley has earned in this race.

    We recommend Anthony Berkley for King County Public Hospital District, Commissioner District 1.

    Public Hospital District
  • Express Recommendation
  • We believe Amber Wise is the best choice in this race based on her impressive endorsements from our progressive partners and trusted community leaders. Wise previously worked at Harborview Medical Center as a preschool teacher for patients' families. She is running to support frontline workers and to build stronger connections between staff, patients, and hospital leadership. She is committed to improving staffing levels to ensure patients continue to receive top-quality care. 

    Wise is challenging longtime board member Jeff Cashman, who previously ran a retirement plan administration and recordkeeping firm. 

    While we have not been able to conduct our standard independent research on this race, we encourage you to visit their website, social media, or voters’ pamphlet statement to learn more. Based on her sweeping endorsements in this race, we recommend Amber Wise for Public Hospital District 2, Position 6. 

    Last updated: 2023-10-19

    Amber Wise

    Submitted by airtable on Fri, 10/13/2023 - 09:10

    We believe Amber Wise is the best choice in this race based on her impressive endorsements from our progressive partners and trusted community leaders. Wise previously worked at Harborview Medical Center as a preschool teacher for patients' families. She is running to support frontline workers and to build stronger connections between staff, patients, and hospital leadership. She is committed to improving staffing levels to ensure patients continue to receive top-quality care. 

    Wise is challenging longtime board member Jeff Cashman, who previously ran a retirement plan administration and recordkeeping firm. 

    While we have not been able to conduct our standard independent research on this race, we encourage you to visit their website, social media, or voters’ pamphlet statement to learn more. Based on her sweeping endorsements in this race, we recommend Amber Wise for Public Hospital District 2, Position 6. 

    Public Hospital District

    We believe Amber Wise is the best choice in this race based on her impressive endorsements from our progressive partners and trusted community leaders. Wise previously worked at Harborview Medical Center as a preschool teacher for patients' families. She is running to support frontline workers and to build stronger connections between staff, patients, and hospital leadership. She is committed to improving staffing levels to ensure patients continue to receive top-quality care. 

    Wise is challenging longtime board member Jeff Cashman, who previously ran a retirement plan administration and recordkeeping firm. 

    While we have not been able to conduct our standard independent research on this race, we encourage you to visit their website, social media, or voters’ pamphlet statement to learn more. Based on her sweeping endorsements in this race, we recommend Amber Wise for Public Hospital District 2, Position 6. 

    Amber Wise

    Submitted by airtable on Fri, 10/13/2023 - 09:10

    We believe Amber Wise is the best choice in this race based on her impressive endorsements from our progressive partners and trusted community leaders. Wise previously worked at Harborview Medical Center as a preschool teacher for patients' families. She is running to support frontline workers and to build stronger connections between staff, patients, and hospital leadership. She is committed to improving staffing levels to ensure patients continue to receive top-quality care. 

    Wise is challenging longtime board member Jeff Cashman, who previously ran a retirement plan administration and recordkeeping firm. 

    While we have not been able to conduct our standard independent research on this race, we encourage you to visit their website, social media, or voters’ pamphlet statement to learn more. Based on her sweeping endorsements in this race, we recommend Amber Wise for Public Hospital District 2, Position 6. 

    Public Hospital District