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WER is a multiracial, multigenerational coalition focused on achieving proportional representation through ranked-choice voting. We believe in a just and equitable society where historically marginalized communities have equal opportunity to elect their candidates of choice and achieve equitable representation in government. The coalition’s mission is to ensure fair representation in our elected bodies through ranked-choice voting and create a civil democracy that works for all Washington residents.
Raises the profile of redistricting advocacy and encourages more organizations to get involved in redistricting advocacy.
The mission of the coalition is to increase civic participation by changing power structures that deny certain people meaningful access to the vote and having their voices heard.
The Environmental Priorities Coalition (EPC) is a statewide effort of groups that seek to advance proenvironmental legislation in the state legislature.
The coalition is an alliance of environmental, civic, and human service organizations, progressive utilities, and businesses that promote development of renewable energy and energy conservation, consumer protection, low-income energy assistance, and fish and wildlife restoration on the Columbia and Snake Rivers.
Transportation Choices is a statewide organization working to bring Washingtonians more opportunities to take a bus, catch a train, walk, and bike. They work with legislators in Olympia to make transit a priority for our state, help cities and towns find creative ways to build and maintain sidewalks and bike lanes, and support citizens and community groups that want to build the connections that make their communities work.
The caucus is part of the Puget Sound Partnership (PSP) and is a coalition of environmental groups that review and follow the PSP, its action agenda, and other activities and issues related to Puget Sound.
Columbia River Treaty NGO Caucus
The caucus is part of the Save Our Wild Salmon coalition, which co-leads the US NGO Treaty Caucus that works with Native American tribes and allies in British Columbia. The caucus aims to sustain and restore the health of this international river system, support tribal and nontribal communities, and recover its wild salmon and other fish and wildlife resources.
Health Care Is a Human Right is an alliance of organizations working to secure the fundamental right to health care for all individuals.
The alliance, through advocacy, education, and organizing, works to ensure that all Washington State residents have the opportunity to live in safe, healthy, affordable homes in thriving communities.
The coalition seeks to establish Washington State’s first training program for dental therapists at Skagit County Community College and create the examination process for credentialing dental therapists. This profession primarily works at Indian Health Clinics and in rural and underserved areas.
Balance Our Tax Code
The vision for this coalition is a just, more equitable tax code for Washington state that creates a strong future where communities have the resources they need to thrive.