King County Transportation District Sales Tax and Vehicle Registration Fee, Proposition 1 (April 2014), Supporters

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Organizations and individuals

According to the Prop. 1 support campaign, Move King County Now, the following organizations and individuals supported Proposition 1:[1]

  • ACEC
  • AECOM
  • All City Fence
  • Amazon
  • Asian Counseling and Referral Services (ACRS)
  • Asian Pacific Islander Coalition (APIC) of Washington
  • ATU International
  • ATU Local 587
  • BAE Systems
  • Bianchi/Hatley LLC
  • Ben Bridge Jeweler
  • Blake Nordstrom
  • Bob Donergan
  • Building Owners & Manager Association (BOMA) Seattle/King County
  • Cairncross & Hempelmann
  • Cascade Bicycle Club
  • CDM Smith
  • Cedar Grove Composting
  • CH2MHill
  • Childhood Obesity Prevention Coalition
  • City of Des Moines
  • City of Federal Way
  • City of Kirkland
  • City of Lake Forest Park
  • City of Seattle
  • City of Shoreline
  • CleanScapes
  • Climate Solutions
  • Clise Properties Inc
  • Cool Moms
  • Copacino + Fujikado
  • Daniels Real Estate LLC
  • David Evans and Associates
  • David Miller
  • DCI Engineers
  • Denis Hayes
  • Doug MacDonald
  • Downtown Seattle Association
  • Earth Ministry
  • El Centro de la Raza
  • Enterprise Community Partners
  • Feet First
  • Fehrs & Peers
  • Forterra
  • Foster Pepper
  • Fremont Community Council
  • Friends of Transit
  • Friends of Youth
  • Fuse Washington
  • Futurewise
  • George Bakan
  • Goodman Real Estate
  • Great City
  • Greater Seattle Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind
  • Green Party of Seattle
  • Group Health
  • HDR
  • Hewitt Architects
  • Hewitt Construction
  • HNTB
  • Hopelink
  • Hudson Pacific Services
  • Huitt-Zollars, Inc.
  • IBI Group
  • IBEW Local 46
  • IBEW Local 77
  • Interim CDA
  • International Aerospace Machinists District 751
  • International Community Health Services
  • Jabe Blumenthal
  • John Hempelmann
  • KBA, Inc
  • Kent Youth & Family Services
  • King County Conservation Voters
  • King County Democrats
  • King County Housing Development Consortium
  • King County Labor Council
  • Kinzer Real Estate Services
  • KPFF Consulting Engineers
  • Laborers Local 242
  • Laborers Local 440
  • Lake Washington Education Association
  • Lane Powell
  • League of Women Voters of Seattle-King County
  • Lease Crutcher Lewis
  • Lifelong AIDS Alliance
  • LMN Architecture
  • Lorig Associates
  • Metropolitan Democratic Club of Seattle
  • Metzler
  • Mithun
  • Move Bellevue Forward
  • Municipal League of King County
  • National Council of Jewish Women Seattle
  • Navos
  • NBBJ
  • Northwest Progressive Institute
  • Nucor
  • One America Washington
  • Pacifica Law Group
  • Parametrix
  • Parsons Brinckerhoff
  • Parsons Corporation
  • Parsons Transpo
  • PEMCO
  • Perteet, Inc.
  • Pike Place Market PDA
  • Pine Street Group
  • PRR
  • PTE 17
  • Puget Sound Sage
  • Quadrant
  • RC Hedreen Co.
  • Russell Investment Group
  • Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt PC
  • Seattle 2030 District
  • Seattle Bike Blog
  • Seattle Building & Construction Trades Council
  • Seattle Education Association
  • Seattle Gay News
  • Seattle Hotel Association
  • Seattle Human Services Coalition
  • Seattle Mariners
  • Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
  • Seattle Steam Company
  • Seattle Subway
  • Seattle Transit Blog
  • Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness
  • SEIU 6
  • SEIU 775NW
  • SEIU 925
  • SEIU 1199NW
  • Senior Services
  • Shannon & Wilson
  • Sierra Club
  • Sightline Institute
  • Squire Park Community Council
  • Sonics Arena
  • Sound Alliance
  • Sound Cities Association
  • South King Council of the Blind
  • South King County Mobility Coalition
  • SouthEast Effective Development (SEED)
  • Swedish Health Services
  • Swedish Medical Center
  • Stephanie Pure
  • Stepherson & Associates Communications
  • Talon Private Capital
  • Teamsters 117
  • The Stranger
  • Titan Outdoor
  • Total Outdoor Group
  • Touchstone
  • Transit Riders Union
  • Transportation Choices Coalition
  • UFCW 21
  • Unico Properties
  • United Auto Workers Local 4121
  • UNITE HERE Local 8
  • Urban Renaissance Group
  • Urban Visions
  • URS
  • Veolia Transportation
  • VIA
  • Virginia Mason
  • Vulcan
  • Washington Bikes
  • Washington Bus
  • Washington Conservation Voters
  • Washington Environmental Council
  • Washington Holdings
  • Washington Liberals
  • Washington State Council of County and City Employees
  • Washington2 Advocates
  • WashPIRG
  • Wellspring Family Services
  • West Seattle Transportation Coalition
  • WFSE Local 1488
  • Woodland Park Zoo
  • Wright Runstad Association
  • Young Democrats at University of Washington
  • 8th and Thomas LLC
  • 21 Progress
  • 201 Westlake LLC
  • 5th District Democrats
  • 11th District Democrats
  • 32nd District Democrats
  • 33rd District Democrats
  • 34th District Democrats
  • 36th District Democrats
  • 37th District Democrats
  • 41st District Democrats
  • 43rd District Democrats
  • 45th District Democrats
  • 48th District Democrats

Elected officials

According to Move King County Now, the following elected officials endorsed a "yes" vote on Proposition 1:[2]

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  • County Executive Dow Constantine
  • County Council President Larry Phillips
  • County Council Vice Chair Jane Hague
  • County Council Vice Chair Joe McDermott
  • County Councilmember Rod Dembowski
  • County Councilmember Kathy Lambert
  • County Councilmember Larry Gossett
  • County Councilmember Dave Upthegrove
  • Algona Councilmember William Thomas
  • Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus
  • Bellevue Mayor Claudia Balducci
  • Bellevue Councilmember John Stokes
  • Burien Mayor Lucy Krakowiak
  • Des Moines Mayor Dave Kaplan
  • Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell
  • Federal Way Councilmember Martin Moore
  • Issaquah Mayor Fred Butler
  • Kenmore Mayor David Baker
  • Kenmore Councilmember Nigel Herbig
  • Kent Mayor Suzette Cooke
  • Kent Councilmember Dennis Higgins
  • Kirkland Mayor Amy Walen
  • Kirkland Councilmember Jay Arnold
  • Lake Forest Park Deputy Mayor Catherine Stanford
  • Lake Forest Park Councilmember John Wright
  • Maple Valley Mayor Bill Allison
  • Maple Valley Deputy Mayor Sean Kelly
  • Maple Valley Councilmember Erin Weaver
  • Maple Valley Councilmember Layne Barnes
  • Maple Valley Councilmember Noel Ger-kin
  • Mercer Island Mayor Bruce Bassett
  • Normandy Park Councilmember Stacia Jenkins
  • Redmond Mayor John Marchione
  • Renton Mayor Denis Law
  • Renton Councilmember Ed Prince
  • Sammamish Mayor Tom Vance
  • SeaTac Mayor Mia Gregerson
  • Shoreline Councilmember Chris Eggen
  • Shoreline Councilmember Jesse Salomon
  • Shoreline Councilmember Chris Roberts
  • SeaTac Mayor Mia Gregerson
  • Seattle Mayor Ed Murray
  • Seattle Council President Tim Burgess
  • Seattle Councilmember Tom Rasmussen
  • Seattle Councilmember Richard Conlin
  • Seattle Councilmember Mike O’Brien
  • Seattle Councilmember Kshama Sawant
  • Seattle Councilmember Nick Licata
  • Seattle Councilmember Sally Bagshaw
  • Seattle Councilmember Sally Clark
  • Seattle Councilmember Bruce Harrell
  • Snoqualmie Mayor Matt Larson
  • Tukwila Mayor Jim Haggerton

See also

References

  1. Move King County Now website, "Coalition Partners," archived April 11, 2014
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