2022 Primary and Green Party Voter’s Guide

Federal Candidates

U.S. Senator: The Green Party has no preferred candidate in this race.

U.S. Representative, Congressional District 1: The Green Party has no preferred candidate in this race.

Jason Call for U.S. Representative, Congressional District 2: While we do not officially endorse members of major political parties, we oppose corporate democrat Rick Larsen for this office. While not a Green Party member, the candidate most closely aligned with our platform in this race is Jason Call.

U.S. Representative, Congressional District 3: The Green Party has no preferred candidate in this race.

U.S. Representative, Congressional District 4: The Green Party has no preferred candidate in this race.

U.S. Representative, Congressional District 5: The Green Party has no preferred candidate in this race.

Rebecca Parson for U.S. Representative, Congressional District 6: While we do not officially endorse members of major political parties, we oppose corporate democrat Derek Kilmer for this office. While not a Green Party member, the candidate most closely aligned with our platform in this race is Rebecca Parson.

U.S. Representative, Congressional District 7: The Green Party has no preferred candidate in this race.

U.S. Representative, Congressional District 8: The Green Party has no preferred candidate in this race.

Stephanie Gallardo for U.S. Representative, Congressional District 9: While we do not officially endorse members of major political parties, we oppose corporate democrat Adam Smith for this office. While not a Green Party member, the candidate most closely aligned with our platform in this race is Stephanie Gallardo.


Statewide and Legislative Candidates

Secretary of State: The Green Party has no preferred candidate in this race.

Liz Hallock for State Representative, District 14, Position 2: While not a Green Party member, Liz Hallock is running as a community organizer and is aligned with the Green Party’s 10 Key Values.

Kathryn Lewandowsky for State Representative, District 39, Position 2: While not currently a Green Party member, Kathryn Lewandowsky is running as a grassroots community organizer and is aligned with the Green Party’s 10 Key Values.

Other State Legislative Positions: The Green Party has no preferred candidates in these races.


Other Candidates, Initiatives, and Resolutions

Consider endorsements and supporters of the following organizations:


Looking for endorsements or Green Party write-in candidates?

Currently, the Green Party is focused on initiative campaigns (Universal Healthcare, Ranked-Choice Voting), solidarity efforts, mutual aid, and building Left Unity. While we have no Green Party members actively campaigning for federal, statewide, or legislative office at this time, we hope to have candidates running for City Councils, Conservation Districts, and other local offices next year in preparation for building a serious statewide run in 2024, especially if we can get Ranked Choice Voting enacted soon.

If you or someone you know is interested in running for office in 2023 or 2024, now is a good time to start thinking about it and to get involved!
Green Party of Washington State, PO Box 70493, Seattle, WA 98127

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2020 Candidates and Green Party Voter’s Guide

2020 Green Party Candidate Endorsements

Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker for U.S. President and Vice President

Washington State Legislative Candidates

Sherae Lascelles for State Representative, District 43, Position 2: Preferred candidate. Sherae Lascelles is running as a grassroots community organizer with the Seattle People’s Party and committed to the Green Party 10 key values.

Thurston County Superior Court Judge

Sharonda Amamilo: Green Party Preferred candidate.

Additional State and Legislative Candidates, Referendums, Advisory votes, and Resolutions

Consider the candidate endorsements featured by the following organizations:

The Stranger Endorsements: Please take into consideration these progressive-leaning endorsements for state referendums, advisory votes, resolutions, and candidates.

Note: please vote for Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker for U.S. President and Vice President!

Looking for more candidate endorsements or Green Party write-in candidates?

Currently the Green Party in Washington State is mostly focused on COVID solidarity efforts, local races, and building Left Unity. While we have no Green Party members actively campaigning for statewide or legislative office at this time, we are supporting Sherae Lascelles campaign for the State legislature (see above) and will have candidates running for City Councils, Conservation Districts, and other local offices next year in the hopes of building for a serious statewide run in 2024, especially if we can get Ranked Choice Voting enacted by then.
 
If you or someone you know is interested in running for local or statewide office as a Green, now is a good time to start thinking about it and to get involved!
 
Green volunteer (Write-in) candidates for Statewide races:
 
Governor:  Paul Wagner, Protectors of the Salish Sea
Lt. Governor:  Noah Martin, South Sound Green Party
 
 
Green Party of Washington State, PO Box 70493, Seattle, WA 98127

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