Educators across Washington know that this will be a critical election. Our school budgets are already set and basic education funding is protected by our state's constitution, yet our opponents are still looking for ways to make cuts.
Join your fellow WEA members in voting in the 2020 election and share your story by becoming part of the Digital Action Team.
Educator Emily Smith supports Superintendent Chris Reykdal
"Chris Reykdal is pro-education and pro-union. The same cannot be said for his opponent."
Educator Debbie Pattin supports Gael Tarleton for Secretary of State
"I know that she will work hard to protect our right to vote by mail from both foreign interference and domestic interference."
Educator Elizabeth Roberts supports Superintendent Chris Reykdal
"I really appreciate that Chris helped push for full funding for basic education."
Educator Karen Kline supports Chris Reykdal for Superintendent of Public Instruction
"Our students deserve the best and we need a Superintendent who understands the issues, who has experience, and who is willing to stand up and say no high-stakes testing."
Teacher Kristie Bennett is voting for Superintende Chris Reykdal
"Chris Reykdal has held frequent town halls and helped us stay informed during these difficult times."
Educator Kris Cameron supports Adrianne Moore in North Central Washington's 12th Legislative District
"She also understands the important role that public education and unions play in the health of our communities and our economy."
Seattle educator Sophie-Shifra Gold supports Ingrid Anderson for State Senate
"Ingrid is a nurse and provides support for our Deaf and Hard of Hearing students and other student populations."
Everett Teacher Jared Kink supports April Berg for 44th State House
“April shares the same union and education values that we all hold dear. She’ll represent us well in Olympia and serve our community, students and educators well.”
Silverdale Special Education Teacher Martha Patterson supports Tarra Simmons for 23rd State House
“Tarra overcame incredible childhood adversity to earn both a nursing degree and a law degree – and she credits much of her success to education.”
Franklin Piece Teacher Pam Kruse supports Jamie Smith, Brian Duthie and Julie Door for the 25th Legislative District
“We need education champions who will be our voice every single day.”
Issaquah teacher Andrew Shanafelt supports Ingrid Anderson for State Senate
“I think it’s time there are more people representing us in government who have a background for caring for others.”
Issaquah reading specialist Stephanie Mayo supports Ingrid Anderson for State Senate
“Ingrid has proven through her leadership that she is willing to fight for the rights of our students.”
Snoqualmie Valley teacher Nate Ziemkowski supports Ingrid Anderson for State Senate
Sammamish Council President Tani Lindquist supports Ingrid Anderson for State Senate
Questions? Visit our 2020 election page for more information.