From our Campaign Committee to the groups and hundreds of thousands of supporters spreading the word about I-1464 across the state, we encompass the entire political spectrum. And we all agree that it’s time we reduce the influence of lobbyists and big money in Washington government.
Spokane City Council President
Ben Stuckart is in his second term as Spokane City Council President. A Spokane native, Ben is a graduate of Lewis and Clark High School and Gonzaga University, where he holds a Master's Degree in Organizational Leadership.
Prior to his election as Council President, Ben created Communities In Schools of Spokane County, a collaborative organization that has grown to serve thousands of Spokane students every year.
Ben helped lead the successful ballot measures Yes for Spokane Libraries and Spokane Citizens for Parks and Streets. He currently chairs the city’s Finance Committee, and serves on the Public Safety, Public Works and Planning, and Economic Development Committees.
Previously Ben enjoyed professional experience in sales and management with the Oakland Raiders and TicketsWest. He and his wife Ann reside with their dog Bella on the South Hill. They enjoy exploring the city on foot with Bella leading the way.
League of Women Voters of Washington
Kathy Sakahara has served on the board of the League of Women Voters of Washington since 2011. Currently Vice President of Advocacy, Kathy leads a team of citizen lobbyists advocating on diverse issues. She personally lobbies on issues of government transparency, elections, and campaign finance.
Kathy is a lifelong civic activist and has worked extensively in the faith community, including with Religious Coalition for Equality and the Washington Association of Churches (now Faith Action Network).
Previously Kathy was a presentation coach and trainer to Fortune 500 executives and technical experts. She carried her business acumen over into her nonprofit career, providing consulting, communication, and media outreach training to a number of Seattle nonprofits.
Kathy lives with her spouse Geoff, a software consultant for Dell who regularly bakes mountains of chocolate chip cookies to feed volunteers.
Co-chair, Seattle Tea Party Patriots
Greg Moon co-chaired the Seattle Tea Party Patriots from 2011 to 2015, and currently serves as a Republican Precinct Committee Officer in the 32nd District. Greg was an active part of VoterVoice in 2012, an educational initiative to inform voters about the positions of candidates for the Washington State House and Senate on tax and spending issues.
Greg is also active with his church, working with a Christian education program in Seattle called “Alpha,” and building homes for communities in need in Tijuana, Mexico. Greg works as a software engineer and lives in Northwest Seattle.
Local Organizational Endorsements
Young Democrats of Washington
- Clark County Democrats
King County Democrats
Spokane County Democrats
Pierce County Democrats
Skagit County Democrats
Whatcom County Democrats
- Green Party of WA
- 1st LD Democrats
- 2nd LD Democrats
- 5th LD Democrats
- 26th LD Democrats
27th LD Democrats
- 32nd LD Democrats
- 36th LD Democrats
37th LD Democrats
46th LD Democrats
- 49th LD Democrats