Opportunity PAC Issues First Round of 2021 Endorsements  

 

Ahead of the November 2nd general election in Washington State, we at Opportunity PAC are proud to announce our endorsements. 

 

We are excited to support the following candidates: 

 

  • Alicia Crank for Edmonds City Council

  • Anne Artman forTacoma City Council

  • Brandy Donaghy for Snohomish County Council

  • Kristina Martens for Bellingham City Council

  • Soleil Lewis for DesMoines City Council

  • Chauné Fitzgerald for Richland City Council

  • Nikkita Oliver for Seattle City Council

  • Angela Jefferson for Tumwater City Counsel

  • Shukri Olow for King County Council

  • Dawn Bennett for Kent Mayor

  • Hamdi Mohamed for Port of Seattle

  • Juanita Beard for Peninsula School Board - Gig Harbor

  • Kiara Daniels forTacoma City Council

  • Tracy Flood for Bremerton Municipal Judge

  • Chelsea McElroy for Tacoma School Board Position 4

  • Joyce Copely for Lake Stevens City Council Position 2

  • Michelle Sarju for Seattle School Board Director, District 5

Black womxn have been the most consistent voters in the Democratic party and if the nation had followed their lead, we would be in a place where lives would have been saved, health care would be available to all, and schools and families would have the focus where it's needed: on the thriving of our incredible youth. 

 

Opportunity PAC seeks to provide financial and networking support to the campaigns of Black womxn. Our organization started to address the racial and gender inequities that exist in supporting candidates of color, particularly Black women. In 2020, we helped several Black women gain seats in the Washington State House, and a Black Senator from Washington State was elected for the first time in ten years. 

 

We aim to ensure that more caring voices are part of critical policy decisions at all levels of government.

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