Zachary’s Endorsements

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“Zachary listened to me as a student, took immediate action on my behalf, and led the effort to deliver a systemic fix for all students who have changed their names while enrolled in Seattle Public Schools. As a trans and queer kid, it matters to me to have representation in leadership. Zachary DeWolf doesn’t just change policies, he changes lives.” —Luna, 13, Seattle Public Schools

Guides and Publications

Fuse washington’s progressive voter’s guide:

“We believe dewolf would be a more effective council member because of his willingness to build diverse coalitions and collaborate with his colleagues. we recommend dewolf for a fresh start on the council from district 3.”

Organizations

martin luther king county labor council

Seattle/king county building & construction trades council

Aerospace machinists (IAM&AW LOCAL 751)

amalgamated Transit union (atu local 587)

IBEW Local 77

teamsters 117

teamsters 174

teamsters 763

ironworkers local 86

ua local 32

seiu 775

KING COUNTY DEMOCRATS

King County young democrats

Washington high school democrats

STOnewall democrats

Women of color in politics

SEATTLE SUBWAY

Fuse washington’s progressive voter’s guide

Elected Officials

State Representative Gerry Pollet

State Representative Cindy Ryu

State representative gael tarleton

Seattle City Councilwoman Lorena Gonzalez

Seattle City Councilwoman Teresa Mosqueda

Seattle City Councilwoman debora juarez

Seattle Port Commissioner Ryan Calkins

Seattle School Board President Leslie harris

Seattle School Board vice President Rick burke

Seattle School Board director jill geary

Seattle School Board director scott pinkham

Seattle School Board director eden mack

Seattle School Board director betty patu

Community Leaders

Jay westwind wolf hollingsworth, john t williams organizing coalition (former cpc member)*

mark putnam, accelerator y*

Colleen Echohawk-HAYASHI, Chief Seattle Club*

Natalie Curtis, Capitol Hill Community Council*

Kris Hermanns, Former Pride Foundation CEO*

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