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  • Senator Claudia Kauffman, 47th Legislative District
  • Senator Mona Das, 47th Legislative District
  • Representative Chris Stearns, 47th Legislative District 
  • Fred Felleman, Port of Seattle Commissioner, Managing Member, Northwest Seaport Alliance
  • Fair Vote Washington
  • E.J. Zita, retired Port of Olympia Commissioner 
  • Jim Lazar, Former Thurston PUD Commissioner
  • National Women’s Political Caucus of Washington 
  • Joint Council of Teamsters No. 28 
  • Lead Locally
  • International Brotherhood of Teamsters 252, Grays Harbor, Mason, Thurston, Lewis, and Pacific counties 
  • Olympia Indivisible 
  • Native American Caucus of the Washington State Democrats 
  • Washington Conservation Action 
  • Washington Teamsters Legislative League
  • Washington Progressive Alliance
  • Thurston-Lewis-Mason Central Labor Council (Member AFL-CIO)
  • Thurston County Democrats
  • Advance Native Political Leadership
  • Sage Leaders
  • Karen Messmer, Former Olympia Council member
  • Faith Ireland, Justice (Ret.)

Having a voice for indigenous people on the port is such an opportunity! — Faith Ireland
Justice (Ret.)

The public deserves to know what the Port, a public agency, is doing. Maggie is committed to transparency. She brings important skills and experience to the job. I especially appreciate her commitment to environmental stewardship. — Karen Messmer
Former Olympia Council member

Maggie Sanders has the knowledge, experience, and integrity that will serve Thurston County residents well as their Port Commissioner. — Lee Doyle

Indigenous leadership is important for resource management, leading to less systemic waste. It is leadership that prioritizes community over power, gives the Environment a seat at the table, and is making progress against climate change while balancing the needs of the people. It's the change we need. — Alicia Steffens
Community Coordinator for the South Thurston Community Food Network

Maggie is a thoughtful and compassionate leader. She would add a needed perspective to the Port of Olympia. — Michael Moran
Adjunct Faculty at SMU and consulting for WA Tribal Governments

The Teamsters Joint Council 28 has proudly endorsed your campaign. We believe that your commitment to the issues that affect working families is exemplary. As an advocate for the labor movement, you carry the ability to bring about positive change in our region.

— Shaunie Wheeler James
Joint Council of Teamsters No. 28

Maggie will bring an environmental conscience to the Port of Olympia. We need that. — Jim Lazar
Former Thurston PUD Commissioner

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