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Make Your Voice Heard!

Issaquah teacher Catherine Boys talks about the importance of voting.

"It’s important we have leaders in our country that support our values and will advocate for our students and schools. That’s why I’m voting in our presidential primary on March 10."

Everett teacher Jared Kink about the importance of voting.

"It's important that we elect pro-education, pro-union candidates this year. The decisions they make impact our working conditions, communities and students. We need your vote!"

Spokane teacher Kellie Crawford talks about the importance of voting.

"It takes a lot of hard work to make sure our students come to school engaged and ready to learn. But one of the easiest things anyone in our community can do is vote for pro-education, pro-student politicians.”

Steilacoom teacher Heather Yuckert talks about the importance of voting.

“It’s really important that as educators we make our voice heard and elect people who are pro-education and pro-union.”

WEA Vice-President, Janie White, talks about the importance of voting.

"I want you to vote in the 2020 presidential election and make sure that you vote for pro-union, pro-education candidates because our students matter and we matter!"

WEA President, Larry Delaney, talks about the importance of voting.

"It is time to get those ballots turned in. Please participate in the process. Please work to elect pro-public education, pro-labor candidates!"

Questions? Visit our 2020 election page for more information.

Make your voice heard. Return your ballot by Tuesday, March 10!