Read up on the biggest issues, elections, and public policies that are shaping our state.

What is a Clean Fuel Standard?

While fossil fuel executives have continued to deny the reality of our climate crisis, our communities here in Washington state have pushed forward, including voting yes on the strongest 100% clean energy bill in the nation last year.

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Fuse is hiring! We're looking to fill three important roles on our team.

Comeback victories across Washington

There was so much at stake this general election. While the final votes are still coming in in a few counties, it’s clear that Washingtonians fought hard for progress in the face of unprecedented corporate spending. From Amazon’s $1.5 million in Seattle and hundreds of thousands spent by big developers in Spokane to tens of thousands spent by the fossil fuel industry in Whatcom County, voters were inundated with campaign messages pushing a conservative corporate agenda.

Is Nadine Woodward a Trump Voter?

Recording reveals why she is hiding her political views and that she “Didn’t vote for Hillary Clinton” 

This whole election season, Nadine Woodward has failed to answer basic questions about her political views that would help voters make a decision about whether or not to support her.  

She has been the least transparent candidate running for mayor, from skipping 6 of the last 13 candidate forums, to refusing to be interviewed by reporters, to misleading voters about her views on Border Patrol. 

Nadine Woodward Misleads Voters on Border Patrol

Local advocates catch candidate misleading voters and spreading fear and hate

Learn About Joining The Fuse Washington Board!

Fuse is dedicated to a vision of shared and sustainable prosperity, equity, and justice for all people. Our mission is to achieve progress through government by the people and for the people in Washington state.

We are looking to add two new board members in January, and have decided to open up our recruiting process to grow the pool of candidates.

Gen Z doesn’t want your hope - they want you to act. Here’s how.

As I stood in the New York streets last Friday, surrounded by more highschoolers than I likely had been since I was in high school myself--two things became clear. One-the last thing these climate-protesting kids want is your hope. They are demanding action. Second-we have reached a breaking point. Our children are taking to the streets to claim a future that is not certain.