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Over 150 organizations coming to Re-Wire

With one week to go before the 2020 Re-Wire Policy Conference on December 10th, we are thrilled to see that over 150 organizations are already registered to be with us at this prominent virtual event.

We often get a significant uptick in registration in the last few days ahead of these conferences. So this number will continue to grow.

Take a look at this list below, and check out our Detailed Agenda with the list of speakers lined up for next week. If your organization is not listed below, we’d love to have you sign up to be with us!

 Organizations  
A Way Home WashingtonHouse Rural Development, Agriculture and Natural Resources CommitteeSenate Financial Institutions, Economic Development & Trade Committee
Adult Family Home CouncilHouse Transportation CommitteeSenate Law & Justice Committee
All Aboard WashingtonIBEW 46Senate Republican Caucus
Arbaugh & Associates, Inc.IBEW 77Senate Transporation Committee
Association of Washington CitiesIBEW local 191Senate Ways and Means Committee
BIAWCInvest WA NowSIB
CA Logue Public AffairsJefferson County PUDSierra Club
Carl Maxey CenterJP Morgan Chase & Co.Sierra Pacific
Cascade Government AffairsKaiser PermanenteSkookum Kids
Ceiba ConsultingKing County CouncilState Government, Tribal Relations & Elections
Children's Home SocietyKing County Library SystemTacoma-Pierce County Health Dept.
Children's Therapy CenterKIRO RadioThe Evergreen State College
Civic VenturesKL GatesThe Warren Group, LLC
Clark Public UtilitiesKUOWThurston PUD
Climate SolutionsLeague of Women Voters Mason CountyTreehouse
Columbia Legal ServicesLeague of Women Voters of WAUnited States House of Representatives
Count ConsultingLeague of Women Voters of WashingtonUnitedHealth Group
Courtney Public AffairsLeonard & KolanUniversity of Washington
Cowles CompanyLodestar StrategicUpper Left Strategies
Cowlitz Public Utility DistrictLW-WAUS House Armed Services Committee
CrosscutMarie Sullivan Public Affairs CorporationWallace Properties
Crossroads StrategiesMason County PUD 3Washington Childcare Centers Association
Cyan StrategiesNFIBWashington Environmental Council
Desimone Consulting GroupOffice of Financial ManagementWashington Low Income Housing Alliance
DFIOffice of Gov. Jay InsleeWashington Public Ports Association
Drumfire Public AffairsOffice of Minority & Women's Business EnterprisesWashington Realtors
Economic Opportunity InstituteOffice of the Washington State AuditorWashington State Association of Counties
Education Reform NowOSPIWashington State Boys & Girls Clubs Association
Equal Rights WashingtonPacific Northwest National LaboratoryWashington State Council of Fire Fighters
Franklin PUDPacific VascularWashington State Dept of Commerce
Gordon Thomas Honeywell Governmental AffairsPacificSource Health PlansWashington State Indivisible Podcast
Government of CanadaPEMCO InsuranceWashington State School Directors' Association (WSSDA)
Grant PUDPierce CountyWashington State Senate
Grays Harbor CountyPierce County Auditor's OfficeWashington State Transportation Commission
Grays Harbor PUDPinkstonWashington State Treasurer
Green Diamond Resource CompanyPort Angeles Business AssociationWashington State University
Grist Public AffairsPort of EverettWashington State Wire
GSBA: Washington's LGBTQ ChamberPUD #1 of Whatcom CountyWashington State Women's Commission
Hemstad ConsultingPUD No. 2 of Pacific CountyWashington STEM
Highline CollegeRe-Elect Pat Sullivan CampaignWashougal School District
House Appropriations CommitteeSchweitzer Engineering LaboratoriesWater Street Public Affairs
House College & Work Force Development CommitteeSeattle Community CollegesWPUDA
House Consumer Protection and Business CommitteeSeattle Housing AuthorityWSDA
House Democratic CaucusSeattle Public SchoolsWSSRA
House Education CommitteeSeattle Public UtilitiesWSU Everett
House Environment and Energy CommitteeSeattle TimesYakima County
House Labor & Workplace Standards CommitteeSecretary of State's OfficeYouth Development Executives of King County
House Public Safety CommitteeSenate Early Learning & K-12 Education Committee
House Republican CaucusSenate Environment, Energy and Technology Committee

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