Phone: (360) 818-1877
SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL
Meet Our 2022 Labor-Endorsed Candidates
Updated On: Nov 03, 2022

The Southwest Washington Central Labor Council congratulates our 2022 endorsed candidates on their endorsement by the Washington State Labor Council at its recent COPE Convention.

Find out more about our Labor-endorsed candidates by clicking the images below. Make sure you're registered to vote, then get ready to go to work - subscribe to our web site (if you haven't already) and watch our Events Calendar for opportunities to support these great candidates for working families as we head towards the August 2nd primary!

2022 Endorsed Candidates

Carolyn Long

Patty Murray For US Senate
 

Tanisha Harris

Marie Gluesenkamp Perez For
US House of Representatives (3rd District)

Steve Hobbs for Washington
Secretary of State


Mary Yu For
Washington Supreme Court (Pos. 1)

Barbara Madsen For
Washington Supreme Court (Pos. 5)

G. Helen Whitener For
Washington Supreme Court (Pos. 6)

Terri Niles For State House of Representatives (17th LD, Pos. 1)

Joe Kear For State House of Representatives (17th LD, Pos. 2)

John Zingale For State House of Representatives (18th LD, Pos. 1)

Duncan Comacho For State House of Representatives (18th LD, Pos. 2)

Sharon Wylie For State House of Representatives (49th LD, Pos. 1)

Sharon Wylie

Monica Stonier For State House of Representatives (49th LD, Pos. 2)

Chartisha Roberts For 
Clark County Council District 2

Sue Marshall For
Clark County Council District 5

Greg Kimsey For
Clark County Auditor

Nancy Barnes For Clark
County Public Utilities Commission
District 2

John Horch For
Clark County Sheriff

The Southwest Washington Central Labor Council has a process for evaluating candidates for office (to find out more about our process and how our Labor Council determines who to endorse, listen to Episode 30 of our podcast Working To Live In Southwest Washington.) Part of that process includes asking candidates for office to fill out a questionnaire.

Rey Reynolds did not complete the questionnaire we sent him, but when he showed up to our Candidate interviews we still allowed him to participate. We were very concerned about some of his answers to the Commitee's questions regarding houseless individuals, women, the I-5 Bridge replacement, and our neighbors in Portland.

As a Labor Council we have deep concerns about Mr. Reynolds holding any public office in Southwest Washington, particularly one with so much influence on the good, welfare, and security of working class families in our community.

We urge you NOT to vote for Rey Reynolds.



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Contact Info
Southwest Washington Central Labor Council
PO Box 61929
Vancouver, WA 98666-1929
  (360) 818-1877

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