Why Washington Bikes endorses

Washington Bikes endorses electoral candidates at all levels of government. Endorsement and support are given to candidates who commit to or have a record of making communities better for people on bikes — through growing local economies, improving health outcomes, or creating safer streets and roadways. Additionally, Washington Bikes makes endorsements of ballot measures which will benefit Washington communities through bolstering transportation choices, supporting outdoor recreation, and working to safely connect neighborhoods and cities.

2019 Early Endorsements for Washington Bike Champions

With the August 6 primary fast approaching, Washington Bikes today announces endorsements of a handful of candidates for public office who have, through their voting record and priorities, demonstrated their commitment to making communities safe and accessible for people on bikes. Washington Bikes endorses four candidates ahead of the primary, in Bellevue, King County and Spokane. Watch for a full slate of endorsements from Washington Bikes ahead of the general election.

Read up on Washington Bikes’ 2019 Early Endorsements.

2019 General Election Endorsements

Learn more about our endorsement process.

Candidates, learn about how to seek endorsement.

Previous Endorsements

Following the 2016 merger of Cascade Bicycle Club (becoming a 501(c)(3) organization) and Washington Bikes (emerging as a 501(c)(4) organization), Washington Bikes assumed all endorsements and electoral responsibilities for bicycling statewide.

In our inaugural 2016 round of endorsements, Washington Bikes endorsed:

2018 General Election Endorsements

Read up on Washington Bikes’ 2018 General Election Endorsements.

2017 General Election Endorsements

Read up on Washington Bikes’ 2017 General Election Endorsements.

2017 Primary Election Endorsements

Read up on Washington Bikes’ first round of 2017 Primary Election Endorsements.


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