2022 election endorsements from transportation and safe streets groups

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Seattle Bike Blog did not have the capacity to do our own endorsements in this election, but we have collected the endorsements of a handful of safe streets and transportation-minded organizations. Below you can find endorsements from Washington Bikes (WB), the Transit Riders Union (TRU) and The Urbanist (URB):

YES on Seattle Measure 1B: Ranked Choice Voting (TRU, URB)

YES on King County Charter Amendment #1 (TRU, URB)

YES on King County Proposition 1: Conservation Futures (WB, URB)

YES on City of Bellevue Proposition 1 (URB)

YES on City of Lake Stevens Prop 1: Transportation Benefit District (WB)

YES on City of Tukwila Initiative 1 (TRU, URB)

Seattle Municipal Court Judge: Pooja Vaddadi (TRU)

King County Prosecutor: Leesa Manion (TRU, URB)

House District 1 Position 1: Davina Duerr (URB)

House District 1 Position 2: Shelley Kloba (WB)

House District 3: Marcus Riccelli (WB)

House District 5: Bill Ramos (WB)

House District 11: David Hackney (WB, TRU, URB)

Senate District 21: Marko Liias (WB)

House District 21 Position 1: Strom Peterson (URB)

House District 22 Position 1: Beth Doglio (WB, URB)

House District 22 Position 2: Jessica Bateman (URB)

Senate District 26: Emily Randall (WB)

House District 26 Position 2: Matt Macklin (URB)

Senate District 27: Yasmin Trudeau (WB, URB)

House District 27: Jake Fey (WB)

House District 29: Sharlett Mena (WB, URB)

State Senate District 30: Claire Wilson (WB, TRU, URB)

House District 30: Jamila Taylor (WB)

House District 30: Kristine Reeves (WB)

House District 32 Position 1: Cindy Ryu (URB)

House District 33 Position 2: Mia Gregerson (URB)

Senate District 34: Joe Nguyen (WB, TRU, URB)

House District 34 Position 1: Emily Alvarado (WB)

House District 34 Position 1: Leah Griffin (TRU, URB)

House District 34 Position 2: Joe Fitzgibbon (WB, URB)

Senate District 36: Noel Frame (TRU, URB)

House District 36 Position 1: Julia Reed (WB, TRU, URB)

House District 36 Position 2: Liz Berry (WB, URB)

Senate District 37: Rebecca Saldaña (WB TRU, URB)

House District 37 Position 2: Emijah Smith (TRU)

House District 37 Position 2: Chipalo Street (WB, URB)

House District 38: Mary Fosse (WB)

House District 40: Alex Ramel (WB)

House District 41: My-Linh Thai (WB)

Senate District 42: Sharon Shewmake (WB, TRU)

House District 43 Position 1: Nicole Macri (TRU, URB)

House District 43 Position 2: Frank Chopp (TRU)

Senate District 44: John Lovick (WB, URB)

House District 44 Position 1: Brandy Donaghy (URB)

Senate District 45: Manka Dhingra (URB)

Senate District 46: Javier Valdez (URB)

House District 46 Position 2: Darya Farivar (WB, TRU, URB)

House District 47 Position 1: Deb Entenman (WB)

House District 47 Position 2: Shukri Olow (TRU, URB)

House District 47 Position 2: Chris Stearns (WB)

Senate District 48: Patty Kuderer (TRU, URB)

House District 48 Position 1: Vandana Slatter (WB)

House District 48 Position 2: Amy Walen (URB)

House District 49: Sharon Wylie (WB)

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1 Response to 2022 election endorsements from transportation and safe streets groups

  1. Tina says:

    Thank you for this, I was at a loss. Perfect timing.

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