2018 Top Swing Districts for State Legislature

 
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Senate District 30

  • Federal Way
  • Des Moines
  •  Auburn

Democratic Candidate: Claire Wilson

Claire Wilson is challenging Republican Mark Miloscia. Wilson is an experienced advocate for education. LD 30 went 57% for Clinton in 2016, so this is a key flip possibility. No matter where you live in the state, consider making a contribution to Wilson, to give her the resources she needs to flip this seat blue. Get to her site here: http://claireforsenate.com/

 
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Senate District 47

  • Renton
  • Kent
  • Covington
  • Auburn

Democratic Candidate: Mona Das

Mona Das is taking on the Republican Joe Fain. This district went 54% for Clinton in 2016. Mona Das is a  successful small business owner who understands the issues of immigration and of women in the workplace. She is committed to bringing change to Olympia. No matter where you live, consider a donation to Mona Das here: www.electmona.com

 
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Senate District 42

  • Bellingham
  • Blaine
  • Lynden
  • Ferndale

Democratic Candidate: Pinky Vargas

Pinky Vargas is a Bellingham City Council member. Read all about Pinky's strong experience in clean energy here. Her Republican opponent Doug Erickson is very conservative and anti-environment. He ran Trump's Washington State campaign. Consider a donation to Pinky's campaign here:

Democratic Candidate: Tim Ballew

Another Democrat in the race is Tim Ballew. Recently appointed to fill an open seat on the Whatcom County Council, he's served in the past as chairman of the Lummi Nation. He's worked with the Whatcom Council of Governments, the national rulemaking board for the Department of Transportation, the Lummi Nation Education Board, and the tribal technical advisory committee to the Washington Department of Revenue. Consider a donation to Tim's campaign here: www.votetimballew.com

 
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House District 19

  • Aberdeen
  • Longview
  • Long Beach
  • Kelso
  • Montesano

 

Democratic Candidate: Erin Frasier

Erin Frasier is running in a largely rural corner of Southwestern Washington State, long a union stronghold (thanks to the once bustling timber industry), the district went for Trump in 2016, the first Republican to take the district in 80 years. Frazier speaks directly to the economic concerns of the region: her work at Grays Harbor College and beyond has shown her to be a leader in workforce development, and she advocates strongly for education and healthcare to help re-create a strong economy in the region. The republican incumbent, Jim Walsh, squeaked by with a 50.6% of the vote in 2016. Go to https://people4erin.com/

 
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House District 5

  • Maple Valley
  • Issaquah
  • North Bend
  • Preston
  • Fall City
  • Carnation

Democratic Candidate: Bill Ramos

Republican rep, Jay Rodne, is retiring, leaving an open seat in LD 5, which Issaquah City Councilman Ramos is fighting hard to win. A transportation consultant, Ramos has worked with the Forest Service and the US Dept of Transportation’s Tribal Transit program. Consider a donation to Bill today: www.voteramos.org

 
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House District 28 (Pos. 1)

  • Tacoma (small bit)
  • University Place
  • Lakewood
  • Fircrest
  • Steilacoom

Democratic Candidate: Mari Leavett

Mari Leavitt is former Deputy Director of Pierce County's human services division where she worked to expand education and training for south Puget Sound. Leavitt ran for this same position in 2016 when she came very close to beating the incumbent Dick Muri. This year, with a big blue wave coming, she can win with your help. Give to Mari today: www.marileavitt.com/