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Key Volunteer Positions

Position Summary

The No on 2117 campaign is seeking experienced and motivated volunteers to manage community-based campaign activities to defend Washington state’s leading-edge climate policy. The campaign is supported by environmental and business leaders, labor unions and environmental justice advocates, Tribal Nations, and many others.

Local coordinators will be responsible for executing a robust neighbor to neighbor campaign working closely with other volunteer team leads and campaign organizers.

County/LD Volunteer Team Coordinator(s)

This position will likely take up to 10 hours a week. We are seeking to secure a coordinator(s) in every county in the state. In larger counties including King, Snohomish, and Pierce we seek to have a coordinator(s) in most legislative districts. County/LD Coordinators may work to:

  • Assist in developing the local campaign plan
  • Assist with recruiting and training volunteers to lead all aspects of the local campaign plan
  • Manage local coalition meetings (every other week, moving to every week if necessary)
  • Collaborate with organizing teams from partner campaigns and coordinated campaign offices
  • Utilize your unique skills in implementing the overall plan
  • Monitor local opportunities for in-person campaign activities
Other No on 2117 Volunteer Team Leads (working with the local coordinator)

These volunteer leads will play a crucial role in helping with certain aspects of the neighbor to neighbor campaign and will likely take about 5 – 10 hours a week.

  • Volunteer Coordinator
  • Yard sign coordinator
  • Tabling/Visibility Coordinator
  • Leaflet/ Doorbell Coordinator
  • Phone/text bank Coordinator
  • Postcard Coordinator
  • Youth Coordinator
  • Earned media coordinator – letters to the editor and social media
How to Engage or For More Information

Please email Please include your county, legislative district and specific interest.

About No on 2117

At a time of extreme political division, the No on 2117 campaign is bringing together Washingtonians from across the state to fight pollution and protect our air and water, forests and farmlands, jobs, and transportation investments. We’re an unprecedented coalition of over 100 environmental and business leaders, Tribal nations, labor unions, and community organizations coming together to fight I-2117 because so much is at stake. Join us to fight for your community:

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