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About the Washington Voters Guide:

The Progressive Voters Guide is an annual project of Fuse Washington. Since 2008, we've combined the endorsements of Washington's leading progressive organizations with research about candidates and ballot measures to give you the information you've been searching for to be an informed voter. More than 1,300,000 people have used the Progressive Voters Guide, and thousands come back each and every election for more of our thorough candidate research and trusted recommendations.

Which candidates and ballot measures get recommended in the guide?
Fuse staff research and compile the endorsements from our Progressive Voters Guide partner organizations, which are listed below. In most cases, we recommend candidates and ballot measures that have been endorsed by at least one of these partner organizations. In races where the endorsements are split, we strive to show voters which candidate has received the most support. We also seek input from partners and local community members to determine a candidate’s values and priorities.

While we cover more than 200 races in some years, unfortunately we are not able to make recommendations for every candidate in every jurisdiction. If you believe we have omitted a key race or made an error, please let us know by using the “feedback” link above.

Our Votes Count Washington

Our Votes Count Washington is a voter engagement project building power in communities across Washington by encouraging voters to get involved locally and vote all the way down their ballot. Together we can build a movement to develop lasting voting habits, elect new leadership that reflects our community, and create long-term change in our state!

To learn more, visit OurVotesCountWA.com.

Organizational Endorsements:

The Washington Voters Guide includes the following endorsements:

Note that not all groups endorse in all races and ballot measures.