NRA-PVF | Grades | Washington

Explore The NRA Universe Of Websites

Washington

STATE
YEAR
WHAT THE GRADES MEAN
checked

Create Your Personal Voting Reference Card

Select your preferred candidates below and then print your personal voting card to refer to on election day.

*=Incumbent

Attention

Candidate ratings for previous election cycles were compiled in the year of the election and may no longer accurately represent a candidate’s or elected official’s position or rating.
Election held on Tuesday, August 4, 2020

GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE RATINGS

Because there are dozens of candidates appearing on the ballot, those not listed here have a "?" rating.

US House - 4th Congressional District
US House - 5th Congressional District
US House - 10th Congressional District
Statewide - Governor
Statewide - Lt. Governor
Statewide - Attorney General
State Senate - District 2
State Senate - District 3
State Senate - District 16
State Senate - District 18
State Senate - District 19
State Senate - District 22
State Senate - District 25
State Senate - District 38
State House - District 1-2
State House - District 2-2
State House - District 4-1
State House - District 4-2
State House - District 6-2
State House - District 10-1
State House - District 19-1
State House - District 20-1
State House - District 21-1
State House - District 22-2
State House - District 23-1
State House - District 24-2
State House - District 26-1
State House - District 26-2
State House - District 28-2
State House - District 29-2
State House - District 30-1
State House - District 30-2
State House - District 31-2
State House - District 32-1
State House - District 36-2
State House - District 37-1
State House - District 37-2
State House - District 38-1
State House - District 39-2
State House - District 41-2
State House - District 44-2
State House - District 47-2
State House - District 48-2
PRINT YOUR VOTING CARD
Make A Difference

Get involved on the grassroots level by becoming an NRA volunteer in your area! The NRA needs dedicated, educated volunteers to assist with phone banks, literature drops, precinct walks, voter registration, Election Day activities, and other campaign volunteer activities.

NRA Campaign Field Representatives (CFRs) and Frontlines Activist Leaders (FALs) are on the lookout for enthusiastic Second Amendment supporters who are willing to take their passion for preserving our rights beyond the voting booth and into their local communities. The NRA needs volunteers like you to assist with phone banks, literature drops, precinct walks, voter registration, Election Day activities, and other campaign volunteer activities.

If a FAL vacancy exists in your district, call ILA Grassroots at (800) 392-VOTE (8683) to learn what you can do locally to assist pro-freedom campaigns in your area.

Frontlines Activist Leaders for Washington
Spokane
Robin Ball
Robin Ball
Spokane
509-535-4444
Kennewick
Butch Elrod
Butch Elrod
Kennewick
509-987-5608
Snohomish
Don Baldwin
Don Baldwin
Snohomish
425-241-6784
Sammamish
Mike Carpenter
Mike Carpenter
Sammamish
425-296-7770
Vancouver
Ben Edman
Ben Edman
Vancouver
503-319-9359
Renton
John Doll
John Doll
Renton
206-531-5582
University Place
Jane Milhans
Jane Milhans
University Place
253-279-4245
NRA-PVF

The NRA Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) is NRA's political action committee. The NRA-PVF ranks political candidates — irrespective of party affiliation — based on voting records, public statements and their responses to an NRA-PVF questionnaire.