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Almost 150 organizations coming to Re-Wire next week!

I am really excited to tell you about the folks coming to our 2018 Re-Wire Policy Conference next week! Our speaker list is a very impressive group of folks. If you haven’t scanned that yet, you can do so here.

Below is the list of nearly 150 organizations that have already signed up to be with us next week.

Simply put, there are not many convenings in Washington State politics, that draw such a diverse crowd of policy makers, advocates and corporate leaders. So, we are thrilled and honored to host such a crowd next week.

Take a look at the organizations below. If yours is not yet on there, we’ll be updating the list throughout the remainder of the week. We’d be excited to add your name to the list!

32nd Legislative District
Moxie Media
41st Legislative District
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
47th Legislative District
Neighborhood House
5th Legislative District
North Creek Law Firm
Accelerator YMCA
ACLU of Washington
Office of Labor Standards
Adult Family Home Council
Office of Public Lands
African American Youth Travel
OPAL Community Land Trust
Amerigroup Washington
Oyster Bay Public Affairs
Pacifica Law Group LLP
Ann Goos, consulting
Partners for Our Children
Association of Washington Cities
PEMCO Insurance
Association of Washington School Principals
Pinkston Group
Port Angeles Business Association
Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County
Regence Blue Shield
Boys & Girls Clubs of Washington, State Association
RNJ Strategies
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers & Trainmen Washington State Leg.
Central Washington University
Save Our Wild Salmon Coalition
Chelan County PUD
Seattle City Light
Children's Therapy Center
Seattle Colleges
City of Bainbridge Island
Seattle Times
City of Kirkland
Sedro-Woolley School District
City of Lake Stevens
City of Spokane
Senate Early Learning & K-12 Education Committee
Civic Ventures
Senate Human Services and Corrections Committee
Senate Labor & Commerce Committee
College Success Foundation
Senate Law & Justice Committee
Columbia Legal Services
Senate Local Government Committee
Compass Health
Senate Ways & Means Committee
Coordinated Care
Senator Manka Dhingra
Democrats for Education Reform
Setracon, Inc.
Department of Commerce
SMART-TD/United Transportation Union
Desimone Consulting Group
Society of Professional Engineering Employees in Aerospace
Drumfire Public Affairs
Strategies 360
Economic Alliance Snohomish County
Teamsters Union Local 38
Economic Opportunity Institute
The Northwest Seaport Alliance
Evergreen State College
Thurston Public Utility District
Girls Inc. of the Pacific Northwest
Gordon Thomas Honeywell
Grays Harbor PUD
Green Dot Public Schools Washington
University of Washington
Group Health Foundation
Utilities and Transportation Commission
Has Beens Inc.
UW Medicine
Homes First
House Appropriations Committee
Village Life
House Health and Wellness Committee
WA Federation of Independent Schools
House Labor and Workplace Standards Committee
WA Senate Republican Caucus
IUPAT District Council 5
Washington Association of Counties
Jefferson County
Washington Budget and Policy Center
Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle
Washington Health Benefit Exchange
Jt. Committee on Energy Supply & Energy Conservation
Washington MESA
Kaiser Permanente
Washington Nonprofits
King County Council
Washington PUD Association
King County Department of Assessments
Washington Realtors
King County Library System
Washington State Association of Counties
King County Sexual Assault Resource Center
Washington State Democratic Central Committee
King County Wastewater Treatment Division
Washington State Department of Commerce
Kitsap PUD
Washington State Health Care Authority
Washington State House of Representatives
Lewis County PUD
Washington State School Directors Association
Lynnwood Police Department
Washington State Senate
Martin Flynn Public Affairs
Washington State Tree Fruit Association
Mason County PUD 3
Washington State University
Water Street Public Affairs
Mike Moran Public Affairs
WestSide Baby