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Below is the list of NARAL Pro-Choice Washington’s 2020 endorsed candidates. We consider races for state legislative office, state executive office, and county and city offices. As a state-level organization, we do not endorse at the national level.

NARAL only endorses candidates we deem to be 100% pro-choice. Candidates seeking endorsement must fill out a questionnaire and participate in an in-depth interview with our Political Action Committee to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of reproductive freedom. Our Political Action Committee recommends candidates for endorsement to our C4 Board. 

We believe these are candidates you can count on to advance reproductive freedom in Washington State.

Unsure of what district you live in? Use the District Finder here to learn more. 

Questions? Please contact our Political Action Committee at pac@prochoicewashington.org.

Referendums and Ballot Initiatives

Approve Referendum-90 – An “approve” vote on R-90 supports Mandatory Comprehensive Sex Education (SB 5395) going into law. Check out more information at our website approve90wa.org

State Executive Office:

  • Jay Inslee – Governor
  • Bob Ferguson – Attorney General
  • Mike Kreidler – Insurance Commissioner
  • Gael Tarleton – Secretary of State
  • Chris Reykdal – Superintendent of Public Instruction
  • Denny Heck – Lieutenant Governor
  • Hilary Franz – Public Lands Commissioner
  • Mike Pellicciotti – State Treasurer

Washington State Senate:

  • Andy Billig – 3rd Legislative District
  • Ingrid Anderson – 5th Legislative District 
  • Helen Price Johnson – 10th Legislative District
  • Bob Hasegawa – 11th Legislative District 
  • Danielle Garbe Reser – 16th Legislative District
  • Daniel Smith – 17th Legislative District
  • Sam Hunt – 22nd Legislative District
  • Christine Rolfes – 23rd Legislative District 
  • Kevin Van De Wege – 24th Legislative District 
  • Julie Door – 25th Legislative District
  • Jeannie Darneille – 27th Legislative District 
  • T’wina Nobles – 28th Legislative District
  • June Robinson – 38th Legislative District
  • Liz Lovelett – 40th Legislative District
  • Lisa Wellman – 41st Legislative District
  • Annette Cleveland – 49th Legislative District

Washington State Representatives

  • Shelley Kloba – 1st Legislative District, Position 2
  • Davina Duerr – 1st Legislative District, Position 1
  • Timm Orsmby – 3rd Legislative District, Position 2
  • Marcus Riccelli – 3rd Legislative District, Position 1
  • Lance Gurel – 4th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Lisa Callan – 5th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Bill Ramos – 5th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Dave Paul – 10th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Steve Bergquist -11th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Zachary Hudgins – 11th Legislative District, Position 1
  • David Hackney – 11th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Tanisha Harris – 17th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Blake Brian – 19th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Clint Bryson – 19th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Lillian Ortiz-Self – 21st Legislative District, Position 2
  • Strom Peterson – 21st Legislative District, Position 1
  • Laurie Dolan – 22nd Legislative District, Position 1
  • Drew Hansen – 23rd Legislative District, Position 2
  • Tarra Simmons – 23rd Legislative District, Position 1
  • Steve Tharinger – 24th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Brian Duthie – 25th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Jamie Leigh Temple Smith – 25th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Carrie Hesch – 26th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Joy Stanford – 26th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Jacob Fey – 27th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Laurie Jinkins – 27th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Mari Leavitt – 28th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Dan Bronoske – 28th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Melanie Morgan – 29th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Sharlett Mena – 29th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Jamila Taylor – 30th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Jesse Johnson – 30th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Cindy Ryu – 32nd Legislative District, Position 1
  • Lauren Davis – 32nd Legislative District, Position 2
  • Mia Gregerson – 33rd Legislative District, Position 2
  • Tina Orwall – 33rd Legislative District, Position 1
  • Eileen Cody – 34th Legislative District, Position 1 
  • Joseph Fitzgibbon – 34th Legislative District, Position 2 
  • Colton Myers – 35th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Darcy Huffman – 35th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Noel Frame – 36th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Liz Berry – 36th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Sharon Tomiko Santos – 37th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Kirsten Harris-Talley – 37th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Emily Wicks – 38th Legislative District, Position 1 
  • Mike Sells – 38th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Alex Ramel – 40th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Debra Lekanoff – 40th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Tana Senn – 41st Legislative District, Position 1
  • My-Linh Thai – 41st Legislative District, Position 2
  • Alicia Rule – 42nd Legislative District, Position 1
  • Sharon Shewmake – 42nd Legislative District, Position 2 
  • Nicole Macri – 43rd Legislative District, Position 1
  • Frank Chopp – 43rd Legislative District, Position 2
  • Jessi Murray – 43rd Legislative District, Position 2
  • John Lovick – 44th Legislative District, Position 1
  • April Berg – 44th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Roger Goodman – 45th Legislative District, Position 1 
  • Larry Springer – 45th Legislative District, Position 2 
  • Javier Valdez – 46th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Gerry Pollet – 46th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Pat Sullivan – 47th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Amy Walen – 48th Legislative District, Position 2
  • Vandana Slatter – 48th Legislative District, Position 1
  • Sharon Wylie – 49th Legislative District, Position 1

 

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