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Fuse is evaluating candidates and campaigns for early endorsements. We will continue to make more endorsements through the spring and early summer.
Please contact Jamielyn Wheeler at Jamielyn@FuseWashington.org for all endorsement inquiries.
Fuse's criteria for endorsements include:
For questions about our endorsement process please reach out to our Campaign Director Jamielyn Wheeler at Jamielyn@FuseWashington.org
Fuse has released its first set of pre-primary endorsements for the 2022 election. Fuse's criteria for endorsements include:
Another tax cut for the super-rich and education cuts for our kids.
That’s what Initiative 1929 would mean if it qualifies for the November ballot. A few wealthy Republican donors are bankrolling this initiative to repeal our state’s capital gains tax. If they’re successful, the wealthiest 0.2% of taxpayers would take away $500 million a year from Washington public schools, students, and childcare.
After a historic 2021 legislative session where legislators passed sweeping reforms to our tax code, climate policies, and police accountability, they took a more cautious approach during this short session. While we were disappointed that legislators failed to pass a number of important progressive bills this year, overall we saw valuable strides forward on other priorities including transportation, abortion access, community safety, affordable housing, and more.