ABC and Local 555 Endorsements

Watch this page for endorsements from the Active Ballot Club and your elected officials.

We must stand together to support those
who will work hard for hard-working families.

WF=Endorsed by the Working Families Party



Kate Brown 

Northern Willamette Valley

Senate District

8 Sara Gelser WF
11 Peter Courtney WF
13 Sarah Grider WF

House District

15 Jerred Taylor WF
16 Dan Rayfield WF
18 Barry Shapiro
19 Mike Ellison WF
20 Paul Evans WF
22 Teresa Alonso Leon WF
23 Danny Jaffer WF

24 Ken Moore

Marion County Commission

Shelaswau Crier WF

Southern Willamette Valley

Senate District

4 Floyd Prozanski WF
6 Lee Beyer
7 James Manning Jr. WF

House District


8 Paul Holvey WF
11 Marty Wilde WF
12 John Lively WF
13 Nancy Nathanson WF
14 Julie Fahey WF

Lane County Commission

Position 2 Joe Berney WF
Position 5 Heather Buch WF

City Council

Bend Gena Goodman-Campbell

Portland Metro continued 

Metro Council District

2 Christine Lewis WF

Clackamas County Clerk

Pam White WF

Washington County Chairman

Kathryn Harrington WF

Portland City Commission

Loretta Smith

Lake Oswego City Council

Massene Mboup

Daniel Nguyen 

Emma Burke

Yamhill County Commission

Casy Kulla

Gresham City Council

Eddy Morales


Milwaukie Mark Gamba



Congressional District

2 Jamie McLeod Skinner W

Senate District

26 Chrissy Reitz WF

House District

52 Anna Williams WF
53 Eileen Kiehy
54 Amanda La Bell WF

Circuit Court Judge

Union/Wallowa Counties Wes Williams 


Congressional District

4 Peter DeFazio WF

7 Christy Inskip

House District

5 Pam Marsh WF


City Council

Clark County, District 1 Temple Lentz

Ballot Measures:

Constitutional Amendment 102 – Support

This constitutional amendment would make affordable housing bond dollars go farther by allowing Local governments to partner with non-profit and private housing providers.

Constitutional Amendment 103 – Oppose

This is a tax carve-out for corporations like Walmart who want to avoid paying their fair share. Blocks the ability of voters and local governments to make their own decisions about local issues and address public health crises.

Constitutional Amendment 104 – Oppose

Would make it harder to eliminate tax loopholes or hold corporations and the wealthy accountable for paying their fair share.

Ballot Measure 105 – Oppose

Repeals 30-year-old sanctuary state law. Backed by a known hate group, it would increase racial profiling, harm immigrant communities, and jeopardize public safety.

Ballot Measure 106 – Oppose

Backed by anti-choice extremists, it would reduce access to abortion by eliminating funding for abortion and women’s healthcare for people on Medicaid and for public employees.

coming in late summer/early fall: November midterm election endorsements

This year’s midterm elections are shaping up to be particularly pivotal. Remain informed, make sure you are registered to vote, and watch here for your union’s endorsements.

WA State Primaries (August, 2018)

Our ABC (Active Ballot Club) has endorsed these candidates for the WA State Primary this summer. Remember that the ABC endorses candidates not based on their political party, but on their platform and their emphasis on workers’ rights.

There are noticeably fewer candidates endorsed in Washington than in Oregon; this is because Local 555 only endorses for areas where our member work, which is just SW Washington. For UFCW endorsements for the rest of the state, please visit Local 21.

Oregon Primaries (May, 2018)

The Oregon May primaries have passed. Here’s the list of who we endorsed (PDF).

75% of our endorsed candidates won their races and another 12% advanced to run-offs. Congratulations to all on a well-fought race!