Elections, Voting, and Voting Rights

on this page:

  1. Activism Can Work
  2. Fight Obstruction of the Mueller Investigation into Russian Interference in our election
  3. Gerrymandering
  4. Indivisible 435
  5. Thurston Conservation District Board of Supervisors Election (March 3) and Appointment (March 31)
  6. Washington State Voting Rights Legislation

 

Activism Can Bring About Change

  • ten (10) times the average number of voters in a Thurston Conservation District Board of Commissioners election recently cast ballots. The result? A new commissioner endorsed by Environmental Voters of Thurston County rather than the one endorsed by the Republican Party, and an individual focused on seeing the Board fulfill its responsibilities to protect and enhance our local environment

Fight Obstruction of the Mueller Investigation

  • there has been persistent efforts by the Republican party to obstruct and consistent threats from the Trump administration, which has continued to call proven Russian interference in our elections a "hoax", to derail and/or end the Special Prosecutor investigation into this electoral tampering. Find out more about this and how you can be prepared to respond

Gerrymandering

  • Information on this issue crucial to fairness in elections and in representation of US voters

Indivisible 435

  • from the national Indivisible organization, information about and actions for the midterm national elections in November 2018

Thurston Conservation District Board of Supervisors Election and Appointment

  • the Thurston Conservation District has completed balloting in an election to fill one Board position, and is soliciting applications for appointment of another Board member by the Washington State Conservation Commission

Washington State Voting Rights Legislation

  • the Legislature passed three significant pieces of legislation related to voting and voting rights, and they have been signed by the Governor.