Here at Washington Conservation Voters, we work to elect environmentally responsible candidates across the state. Every year, we endorse candidates who we expect to be environmental champions as well as ballot measures that will protect and restore Washington’s environment.

Interested in learning how we select candidates and ballot measures to endorse? Read more about WCV’s endorsement process.

If you have any endorsement questions, please email:

2022 Endorsements

The 2022 endorsement process has been completed. This list is current as of October 24, 2022.

Ballot Measures

Clark County

Approved on Charter Amendment No. 10 –
Ranked Choice Voting

City of Seattle

Yes on Proposition 1B – Ranked Choice Voting

King County

Yes on King County Charter Amendment 1 – Even-Year Elections

Yes on Proposition No. 1 – Conservation Futures Levy

San Juan County

Approved on Proposition 3 – Ranked Choice Voting


LD 1
Davina Duerr – House Pos. 1
Shelley Kloba – House Pos. 2

LD 3
Marcus Riccelli – House Pos. 1
Timm Ormsby – House Pos. 2

LD 5
Bill Ramos – House Pos. 1
Lisa Callan – House Pos. 2

LD 10
Clyde Shavers – House Pos. 1
Dave Paul – House Pos. 2

LD 11
David Hackney – House Pos. 1
Steve Bergquist – House Pos. 2

LD 14
Laurene Contreras – House Pos. 1

LD 17
Terri Niles – House Pos. 1

LD 18
John Zingale – House Pos. 1

LD 21
Marko Liias – Senate
Strom Peterson – House Pos. 1
Lillian Ortiz-Self – House Pos. 2

LD 22
Beth Doglio – House Pos. 1
Jessica Bateman – House Pos. 2

LD 23
Tarra Simmons – House Pos. 1
Drew Hansen – House Pos. 2

LD 26
Emily Randall – Senate
Adison Richards – House Pos. 1
Matthew Macklin – House Pos. 2

LD 27
Yasmin Trudeau – Senate
Laurie Jinkins – House Pos. 1
Jake Fey – House Pos. 2

LD 28
Mari Leavitt – House Pos. 1
Daniel Bronoske – House Pos. 2

LD 29
Steve Conway – Senate
Melanie Morgan – House Pos. 1
Sharlett Mena – House Pos. 2

LD 30
Claire Wilson – Senate
Jamila Taylor – House Pos. 1
Kristine Reeves – House Pos. 2

LD 31
Chris Vance – Senate

LD 32
Jesse Salomon – Senate
Cindy Ryu – House Pos. 1

LD 33
Karen Keiser – Senate
Tina Orwall – House Pos. 1
Mia Gregerson – House Pos. 2

LD 34
Joe Nguyen – Senate
Joe Fitzgibbon – House Pos. 2

LD 35
Julianne Gale – Senate
James DeHart – House Pos. 1
Sandra Kaiser – House Pos. 2

LD 36
Noel Frame – Senate
Julia Reed – House Pos. 1
Liz Berry – House Pos. 2

LD 37
Rebecca Saldana – House Pos. 1
Emijah Smith – House Pos. 2

LD 38
June Robinson – Senate
Julio Cortes – House Pos. 1
Mary Fosse – House Pos. 2

LD 39
Jessica Wadhams – House Pos. 2

LD 40
Debra Lekanoff – House Pos. 1
Alex Ramel – House Pos. 2

LD 41
Tana Senn – House Pos. 1
My-Linh Thai – House Pos. 2

LD 42
Sharon Shewmake – Senate
Joe Timmons – House Pos. 2

LD 43
Jamie Pedersen – Senate
Nicole Macri – House Pos. 1
Frank Chopp – House Pos. 2

LD 44
John Lovick – Senate
Brandy Donaghy – House Pos. 1
April Berg – House Pos. 2

LD 45
Manka Dhingra – Senate

LD 46
Javier Valdez – Senate
Gerry Pollet – House Pos. 1

LD 47
Claudia Kauffman – Senate
Debra Entenman – House Pos. 1
Chris Stearns – House Pos. 2
Shukri Olow – House Pos. 2

LD 48
Patricia Kuderer – Senate
Vandana Slatter – House Pos. 1
Amy Walen – House Pos. 2

LD 49
Monica Stonier – House Pos. 2


Don Steinke – PUD 2
Hector Hinojosa – County Council Pos. 1
Chartisha Roberts – County Council Pos. 2

Janet St. Clair – County Council Pos. 3

Debra Lester – PUD 1

Robyn Denson – County Council 7
Linda Farmer – County Auditor

Germaine J Kornegay – PUD 3

Jordan Sears – PUD 3

Chris Jordan – County Commission – Pos. 1
Amber Waldref – County Commission – Pos. 2
Maggie Yates – County Commission – Pos. 5

Walla Walla
Danielle Garbe Reser – County Council- Pos. 3

Dulce Gutierrez – County Commission Pos. 2

For Those Seeking Endorsement

To ensure your questionnaire is considered for endorsement you must fill out the questionnaire below and use this online system to submit it. Emailed questionnaires will not be considered. Please reach out to WCV’s Political Director Joy Stanford ( if you have any issues filling out the form or any questions. Although we cannot guarantee we will conduct an endorsement in every race across the state we appreciate you taking the time out of your campaign schedule to fill out WCV’s questionnaire.

Races we are considering: We are currently considering endorsements for most state, city and county level races (such as State House and Senate, County Council, PUD, Port Commissioner, City Council, Auditor) with the exception of school board races. If you have questions about our consideration of your race please feel free to reach out ahead of filling out our questionnaire.

Washington Conservation Voters is committed to equal opportunity, and committed to maintaining an accessible and equitable endorsement process. Accommodations for the endorsement process are available and will be made upon request. Please complete this form regarding accommodations or accommodations requests. We welcome feedback on the accessibility of our website and endorsements process.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we expect to hold all endorsement interviews are by video conference rather than in person.

Ballot Measures

Statewide Races

County races

Federal Races

Federal Endorsements made by our national partner, the League of Conservation Voters Action Fund

Judicial races

Legislative Races

Local Races

Endorsement Process

Washington Conservation Voters issues endorsements to inform voters of which candidates running for office make environmental justice and creating a clean economy top priorities. All candidates to be considered for endorsement by Washington Conservation Voters must complete our questionnaire. The Washington Conservation Voters Political Committee reviews completed questionnaires and may choose to interview candidates. The Political Committee votes to endorse candidates for all positions that are not statewide. For statewide races, the Political Committee makes a recommendation to the full WCV Board which votes to confirm or deny the recommendation.