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Javier Valdez, 46th LD

Monica Jurado Stonier, 49th LD

Lilian Ortiz-Self, 21st LD

Rebecca Saldaña, 37th LD

Victoria Mena, 31st LD

Justice Steve Gonzalez, Position 8

Emily Randall, 26th LD

Our endorsement process includes a meeting with our Endorsement Committee, which consists of community leaders from across the State that also serve on our Steering Committee.  You will be asked a series of questions based on our mission, purpose and policy priorities.  After your endorsement interview, the Endorsement Committee will issue an endorsement recommendation to the Steering Committee for discussion and approval.  You will be notified within two to three weeks of your interview whether an endorsement has been approved or not. 

Who Can Apply For Endorsement?

Candidates must be progressive and seeking election or appointment to a Washington State, county or local office.   Priority is given to candidates of Latino descent. 

Consistent with our mission and purpose, the Latino PAC is interested in endorsing candidates who believe in our progressive values in all policy areas but particularly with regard to:

       *Affordable Healthcare
       *Reproductive Rights
       *Equal Education
       *Living Wages

Learn More About Our Endorsement Process:
Political office candidates that are interested in learning more about Latino PAC’s endorsement process should contact our President, Gabriela Quintana.  Please click HERE for her contact information.  You can also fill out our candidate questionnaire.

Tell Us About A Progressive Candidate:

The people of Washington are our eyes and ears.  If you know of a community leader who is interested in running for office, please let us know.  Send us an email here! 

*The Latino PAC is a state-based political committee and does not endorse or contribute to any candidates in federal elections.

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