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									             2009-2010
     REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY
RECRUITING, TRAINING & ELECTING BUSINESS-MINDED LAWMAKERS
     M ISSION S TATEMENT
     Recruiting, training and electing business-minded lawmakers.


     G UIDING P RINCIPLES FOR E NTERPRISE W ASHINGTON
      •   Conduct comprehensive research of targeted districts and discover characteristics of ideal candidates.
      •   Recruit candidates who match district profile.
      •   “Play to Win” through strategic and effective political action.
      •   Help businesses and their employees understand the importance of being involved in the political process
          and learn how public policies impact their businesses.

      2009-2010 E NTERPRISE W ASHINGTON B OARD OF D IRECTORS
      Maureen Frisch, Chair & Vice Chair                     Stephen Loeb
      Green Diamond Resource Company                         Alaska Distributors Company

      Rob Stew art, Secretary                                Skip R owley
      Greacen Construction                                   Rowley Properties

      Anne Bryant, Treasurer                                 Bruce Smith
      Physicians Insurance A Mutual Company                  Yakima Valley Publishing

      John Braun                                             Mike Sotel o
      Braun Northwest Incorporated                           LaPlaza International

      William Conner                                         Gary Stranigan
      Conner Development Company                             Safeco, Liberty Mutual

      Brett Fer ullo                                         Rob Stew art
      Northwest Construction, Inc.                           Greacen Construction

      Jim Hill                                               Dave Swartley
      Kemper Development                                     Bank of America

      Ken Johnson                                            James Warjone
      Puget Sound Energy                                     Port Blakely Companies

     2009-2010 E NTERPRISE W ASHINGTON S TAFF
     Erin McCallum
     President
                                                                         C ONTENTS
     Valeri e Hunts berry
                                                                         MESSAGE FROM LEADERSHIP                     3
     VP Research & Operations
                                                                         CANDIDATE RECRUITMENT                4
                                                                         ENTERPRISE WASHINGTON’S GROW NETWORK 6
     Sonja Forster
                                                                         JOBS PAC & POLITICAL EFFORTS                7
     VP Public Relations & Membership
                                                                         FINANCIAL SUMMARY                           12
                                                                         ENTERPRISE WASHINGTON SUPPORTERS            13

2.
M ESSAGE FROM ENTERPRISE W ASHINGTON LEADERSHIP
Dear Friends:

Politics is an emotional business, as people invest so much of their time and resources in following
elections and campaigns. Enterprise Washington tries to take the focus off of emotion and instead
views politics through a nonpartisan lens of scientific research and analysis.

Since we began our work in 2008, we have worked to move the needle in reshaping Washington
state’s Legislature by helping elect business-minded lawmakers, Democrats and Republicans alike.

Our work is only made possible through engaged members, as well as dedicated individuals,
companies and business associations across our state who understand that private-sector
experience can be an asset in working on and negotiating public policy items that have a short-term
and long-term impact on Washington state’s prosperity and global competitiveness.

The 2009-2010 election cycle allowed us to help elect seven new business-minded lawmakers
to the state legislature. The debate and landscape has become more collaborative within the
business community, and for that we are grateful. Thank you for your investment and partnership
with us.

We hope you enjoy reading our report and look forward to working with you in the future.

Best regards,




            Maureen Frisch                                Erin McCallum
            Chair, Board of Directors                     President




                                                                                                       3.
     S E T T IN G   T HE S T AG E , C A N DI D AT E RE CR UIT M ENT

     Finding good people to run for public office is no easy task, given the public’s cynicism toward politicians at all levels.
     However, with the complexity of issues that relate to a competitive business climate, the business community must
     always be working to build its “farm team.”

     Successful candidate recruitment is a complete team effort. It requires an understanding and acknowledgment of
     district demographics and then the ability to recruit people who match their district profile.

     Enterprise Washington staff was involved in 22 of the 49 legislative districts across Washington, and worked very
     closely with business leaders in meeting prospective business-minded candidates interested in running for legislative
     office. Taking a page out of the playbook of the Progressive Majority, Enterprise Washington took its nonpartisan
     analysis and put together individual profiles that fit each district.

     “The only way progressives are going to gain long-term power is by electing candidates who reflect our nation's
     diversity. That's why Progressive Majority is making it a priority to recruit people … win local elections, and support
     stars so they can rise to be national leaders.” – www.progressivemajority.com

     We were successful in many races, but disappointed about the result in several others. Not having competitive
     individuals run significantly lessens the rate of success. That’s why we have been and continue to be so focused on
     partnering with business allies to find bright community and business leaders who are willing to share their expertise
     for the greater public good.

     JT Wilcox is one of our success stories. While our district research guided us to not engage in his race at the Jobs PAC
     level, we were very proud to be involved in encouraging and supporting him to jump in as a candidate. Working in
     partnership with two of Enterprise Washington’s members, Washington Food Industry and the Washington Forest
     Protection Association, JT decided to run for the state legislature by challenging a 17-year incumbent lawmaker who
     was not as business-minded as what 2nd legislative district voters desired. JT ran a great and winning campaign, and
     has quickly become an effective legislator in the state House of Representatives.




            “I remember when Jan and Erin came out to the farm 19 months before the election and we
            discussed what it would take to run a successful campaign, and if I was even the correct person to
            run. Enterprise Washington’s insights, analysis and data was extremely helpful, and I greatly
            appreciated their guidance throughout the process.“
                                                             – JT Wilcox , Representative, 2nd District
                                                           (SERVING THE COMMUNITIES OF MCKENNA, RAINIER, ROY,
                                                           FT. LEWIS, SPANAWAY, ORTING, GRAHAM, YELM, AND EATONVILLE)

4.
E N G A G IN G W AS H IN GT O N ’ S   P RI V AT E - S E CT O R EM P L OY ER COM M UN IT Y

Enterprise Washington recognizes that a key piece of recruiting good people to serve in public office is gaining their
employer’s support of their decision to run for office. That is why Enterprise Washington took the step of creating an
online tool for employers in Washington state, “Helping Your Employees Serve in the State Legislature.”

As part of engaging employers and employees in this process, Enterprise Washington worked with the press to help carry
the message across the state. Opinion pieces encouraging people with business backgrounds to run for office were
successfully published in newspapers statewide, helping to further amplify the importance of public service and
encouraging people with business backgrounds to step up to the plate. The following articles were published on business
blogs and in the Seattle Times, Everett Herald, Tacoma News Tribune, Puget Sound Business Journal, Tri-City Herald,
Issaquah Reporter, Snohomish County Business Journal and the Yakima Valley Business Times.

•   “For The Economy To Improve, Business Needs To Step Up To The Plate”
•   “How Playing Politics Through Political Contributions Shapes Public Policy”
•   “Stepping Up To The Plate For Public Service”
•   “Wake Up And Get Involved Or More Companies Like Boeing Will Leave”
•   “Voters Should Consider Candidates’ Business Stance”
•   “Small Businesses Are Hurting – Who Gets Elected Can Make A Difference”
•   “Transparency Matters In Business And In Politics”
•   “Legislative process needs more transparency”
•   “Democracy Is Not A Spectator Sport; The Business Community Needs To Get Involved With Legislators”




Many years ago, Washington’s corporate community worked proactively to encourage employees to serve in public
office. They understood that having an employee or recently retired employee serve in the state legislature was
effective in helping to navigate public policy. Enterprise Washington and our business allies have a great opportunity to
advance these efforts.

T RA IN IN G &   E DU C AT IN G T HE E L E CT OR AT E

The business community continues to underestimate the importance of private-sector employee education in mobilizing
voters on pro-business issues – what Enterprise Washington terms “grassroots.” The term has become a political cliché
used to describe many activities, but regardless of its broad application, it is an essential component of a successful
political program.

Enterprise Washington operates two areas of grassroots work. GROW is our constant communications vehicle that we
deploy statewide to engage and inform the private-sector community. During elections, Enterprise Washington builds on
an educated and engaged GROW Network and activates them in the helping to elect business-minded candidates.

Grassroots remains a crucial piece in Enterprise Washington’s overall effort and can mean the difference between
winning and losing competitive races. We are committed to growing a robust grassroots political program by
encouraging the GROW Network of engaged private-sector voters to realize its full potential in the election cycles to come.



                                                                                                                              5.
                          E N T E R P R IS E W AS H IN G T ON ’ S GROW N ET W OR K ,   A P 2 P A RT N E R
                          GR OW IN G RO O TS F OR O UR W OR KF OR CE

                          BIPAC (Business and Industry Political Action Committee) is a nationally recognized private-sector
                          network enabling more effective business participation in the political process through its Prosperity
                          Project programs in more than 40 states. The GROW Network, a partner of BIPAC’s Prosperity Project
                          (P2), continued to revolutionize grassroots employer-employee communication in 2009-2010.

                          Research and experience has shown employers to be a trusted resource concerning policy issues
                          relevant to workplaces. Both the directness and relevance of this channel of voter communication
                          enhances its effectiveness in reaching voters. Through the GROW Network, we can facilitate this
                          valuable type of peer-to-peer discussion.

                          GROW was enhanced in 2009-2010 by the addition of the GROW Chamber Network, a coalition of
                          more than 40 local chambers of commerce committed to delivering information and election tools in
                          their communities statewide.

                          2009– 2010 GROW Tools & Statistics:

                          •   The GROW website (www.growwa.com) received over 700,000 hits.
“GROW had already
                          •   30,000 letters to legislators created by our GROW Network of engaged private-sector employees.
laid the foundation by
educating the voter       •   Over 85 email communications were sent out to the GROW Network over the 24-month period.
from a private-sector         They include weekly legislative highlights, action alerts, elections and candidate information.
perspective, which        •   For the third election cycle, GROW conducted two Statewide Workplace Voter Registration Drives.
made it easy to explain   •   In cooperation with WashACE, GROW provided complete business voter guides that included the
why it was necessary to       WashACE/Enterprise Washington Candidate Questionnaire.
get involved in helping
to elect a more           A CT I V AT IN G   T H E GR OW N E T W ORK — F IEL D OP ER AT I ON S
business-minded
candidate, Kristine       Business Voter Education: Enterprise Washington's GROW Online Candidate Guides were an
Lytton (D) in the 40th
                          excellent resource for engaged voters across the state to access. The guides included incumbent
legislative district.”
                          voting records and candidate responses to the EW/WashACE 2010 Candidate Questionnaire.
– Barbara Worley,
Enterprise Washington     Get Out The Vote: With generous support from BIPAC, Enterprise Washington was able to
Field Operator            create a comprehensive GOTV effort, encouraging voters to participate in Washington’s 2nd
                          and 3rd Congressional District races. This synergy and partnership helped elect a new member
                          of Congress, Jaime Herrera Beutler, and enhanced Enterprise Washington's efforts on behalf of
                          state legislative candidates.

                          Jobs for Main Street: The GROW Network initiated its first series of Jobs for Main Street rallies
                          across the state in support of private-sector jobs and employers. These rallies encouraged
                          employees to actively participate in supporting their employer and promoting job growth in
                          their communities. They also aimed to increase voter turnout in the General Election. Overall,
                          the rallies were effective in contested districts where Enterprise Washington was engaged.

                          Letters to the Editor Campaign: Individuals within Enterprise Washington’s GROW Network
                          published nearly 40 letters to the editor on behalf of business-minded candidates in competitive
                          races. This letter campaign created nearly 200 positive print impressions for business-minded
                          candidates across the state, many in the final 30 days of the race.

                          Voter Registration: Two weeklong statewide workplace voter registration drives were facilitated
                          through Enterprise Washington’s GROW Network to encourage individuals to participate in both
 6.4.                     the Primary & General Elections.
   In December of 2010, Enterprise Washington’s GROW Network received a national award for
   its voter education and political outreach program. While GROW has much to do in terms of
   reaching its potential in Washington state, this recognition is testimony to the effectiveness of
   constant, free information delivered directly to the employer community.

   "The programs and activities undertaken by
   Enterprise Washington have a very positive impact
   on the economy and job creation in the state,"
   Gregory Casey, president and CEO of BIPAC, said.

   "The national business community understands
   the hard work and thoughtful leadership that makes such efforts possible, and we are pleased
   to recognize these examples from one of the very best and most effective grassroots and issue
   education initiatives in the country."



J O B S PAC & P OLIT I C AL E F F O R T S

Operating a 365-day-a-year program opens up many opportunities for Washington’s business
community to strategize and be effective in election outcomes. There are no “off years,” and 2009
proved that, as three special legislative elections for the state House were held, all in eastern
Washington. Looking at our district analysis, Enterprise Washington recognized that two of the
districts would be safe (15th LD, Lower Yakima Valley and 9th LD, Pullman) without Jobs PAC
assistance, but saw there was an opportunity to make difference by electing a business-minded
candidate in the 16th LD, Walla Walla.

Jobs PAC conducted a comprehensive independent expenditure campaign in support of Terry
Nealey, an attorney from Dayton. Mr. Nealey challenged Laura Grant, a local teacher and daughter
of Former House Democratic Majority Leader Bill Grant. When the final votes were tallied, he won
by a substantial margin.

2010 was a very robust year with 291 individuals running in 123 legislative races. There were 20
open seats to compound the intensity of the midterm elections. Through our analysis, the field was
quickly narrowed in order to help guide the business community and their resources toward 22
competitive House races and seven competitive Senate races.

Enterprise Washington ultimately focused its political and Jobs PAC resources on 12 races, and
ended up winning six of them. Historical effectiveness of Enterprise Washington’s political program
is at 74 percent of dollars invested.


P RO - B US IN ES S ,   P RO - J O B S DE S I G N AT ION

In every election year, it is vitally important for
voters to be aware of which candidates are
pro–business and pro-jobs, and which are not.

We had the opportunity to offer a pro-business, pro-jobs designation to 30 candidates
(26% Democrats, 74% Republicans) in 2009-2010. While not endorsements, these designations
were acknowledgements of competitive candidates who were supportive of Washington’s
private-sector community.                                                                              7.
16 T H   L E G IS L AT I VE CAN D ID AT E T ER RY N E AL E Y —   2009   S P E C I AL EL ECT ION
                               (SERVING   THE COMMUNITIES OF   WALLA WALLA, DAYTON    AND   PASCO)



                                                       With the unfortunate passing of long-time farmer and business-minded
                                                       Democratic ally, House Majority Leader Rep. Bill Grant, Laura Grant, a teacher
                                                       and daughter of Bill’s, was appointed to his position. However, her views on
                                                       business issues did not align with the views of the voters in her district, so the
                                                       business community saw an opportunity to elect someone more favorable.

                                                       After completing our district analysis and conducting interviews with
                                                       community and business leaders, we determined that the business-minded
                                                       candidate who best fit the district’s profile was Dayton attorney, Terry Nealey.

                                                       Jobs PAC conducted a comprehensive independent expenditure campaign
                                                       in support of Mr. Nealey. Total dollars spent were $68,000 in direct
                                                       voter communication dollars and another $28,000 in soft-dollar efforts.

                                                       Since being elected, Rep. Nealey has a voting record of 93% in favor of
                                                       pro-business legislation.

                                                       “Thank you so much for the boost to our campaign! The mailers looked great
                                                       and I've heard from people who listened to the radio ads. So thanks for coming
                                                       in and making a difference in the campaign.”
                                                                               – Terry Nealey, State Representative, 16th District




6TH   L E G IS L AT I VE CAN D I D AT E   M I C H AEL B A UM G ART N ER —2010 G EN ER AL E L ECT ION
                                                                          (SERVING   THE COMMUNITY OF   SPOKANE)


                                                        Former diplomat and business consultant for the US State Department
                                                        Michael Baumgartner defeated incumbent Senator Chris Marr.

                                                        This race highlighted Enterprise Washington’s research skills, as we were able
                                                        to show that while Sen. Marr claimed to be an advocate for business and
                                                        prosperity issues, his voting record was not as strong on these issues as what
                                                        voters in the district desired it to be.

                                                        Jobs PAC’s independent expenditure campaign spent $35,820 in direct voter
                                                        communication through targeted mailings in addition to another $25,000 in
                                                        soft-dollar activity work.

                                                        “I decided to challenge Senator Marr because I believed the people in Spokane
                                                        deserved a stronger advocate on economic and business issues. People here
                                                        understand that it’s the private sector that creates jobs and prosperity for
                                                        everyone. I’m very appreciative of Enterprise Washington’s work and their
                                                        support through Jobs PAC in my campaign.”
                                                                                  – Michael Baumgartner, Senator, 6th District




8.
40 T H   LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATE          K R I S T I N E L Y T T O N —2010 P R I M A R Y E L E C T I O N
                          (SERVING   THE COMMUNITIES OF     ANACORTES, MOUNT VERNON         AND   BOW)



    Washington’s top-two primary system is a game-changer in legislative
    districts that are dominated by one political party. With the retirement of
    Rep. Dave Quall, nine individuals announced their candidacy for Pos. #1 in
    the 40th Legislative District.

    The 40th is a strongly Democratic district, so it was a great opportunity
    to assist the most business-minded Democratic candidate throughout the
    primary. Our choice was Anacortes school board president and former
    businesswoman, Kristine Lytton.

    Jobs PAC’s independent expenditure campaign spent $22,000 in direct
    voter communication through targeted mailings, as well as $25,000 in
    soft-dollar activity work, which included focused field operations leading
    up to the primary election.

    “I was completely surprised by Enterprise Washington’s work in support of
    my campaign and grateful for their help. I‘m committed to looking at issues
    that affect all of our communities and the state’s economy. Providing
    world-class education for our children is the essential building block for our
    businesses and state to be competitive in the global economy.”
                              – Kristine Lytton, Representative, 40th District




41 S T   L E G IS L AT I VE C AN D ID AT E   S T E VE   L IT ZO W —2010     G E N E R AL E L ECT I O N
                           (SERVING   THE COMMUNITIES OF     MERCER ISLAND, RENTON       AND   BELLEVUE)


    Businessman and Mercer Island city councilmember Steve Litzow
    defeated Senator Randy Gorton, a personal injury trial lawyer.

    Representing the communities of Mercer Island, Renton and South
    Bellevue, Litzow defeated Gorton by 194 votes, demonstrating how
    close legislative races can be.

    Jobs PAC’s independent expenditure campaign spent $104,525 in direct
    voter communication through targeted mailings and cable television, as
    well as $25,000 in soft-dollar activity work.

    “Enterprise Washington’s Jobs PAC work played an instrumental role in
    our successful campaign. Voters in the 41st legislative district are very
    independent, and having a pro- jobs message resonated with the numerous
    working families and small businesses in the district. This is a competitive
    district and I believe their work helped us cross the finish line. Thank you,
    Enterprise Washington members!”
                               – Steve Litzow, Senator, 41st District




                                                                                                           9.
 45 T H   L E G IS L AT I VE CAN D ID AT E   A N DY H IL L — 2010 G E N E R AL E L ECT IO N
      (SERVING   THE COMMUNITIES OF   REDMOND, WOODINVILLE    AND   LOWER SNOQUALMIE VALLEY)


       Community and education proponent Andy Hill successfully defeated
       incumbent Eric Omeig. Both gentlemen had business experience at Microsoft,
       so this was a tough race given the district’s demographics. The incumbent was
       not performing on business issues as the district expected him to, however.

       Jobs PAC’s independent expenditure campaign spent $104,525 in direct voter
       communication through targeted mailings and cable television, as well as
       $25,000 in soft-dollar activity work.

       “As a newcomer to politics, I valued Enterprise Washington’s expertise and
       encouragement in running for the state senate. After the recent hurdles in
       my life, it was time for me to enter into the third stage of life as what I call
       to serve. I’m grateful for Enterprise Washington’s work during my campaign,
       and humbled by the business community’s commitment in helping to build
       a more business-minded legislature, one race at a time.”
                                                  – Andy Hill, Senator, 45th District




 47 T H   L E G IS L AT I VE CAN D ID AT E   J O E F AIN — 2010 G E N E R AL E L ECT ION
                       (SERVING   THE COMMUNITIES OF   COVINGTON,   MAPLE VALLEY AND AUBURN)


        Attorney Joe Fain successfully defeated incumbent Senator and Progressive
        Majority poster child, Claudia Kaufman.

        The 47th is a swing district, but usually leans Democratic. Joe’s approach of
        fiscal conservatism and social progressivism sat well with the district’s voters.
        He ran an outstanding campaign, and combined good use of technology with
        aggressive door-to-door campaigning to propel himself to victory.

        Jobs PAC’s independent expenditure campaign spent $104,525 in direct
        voter communication through targeted mailings and cable television, as
        well as $25,000 in soft-dollar activity work.

        “I appreciate the efforts that Enterprise Washington initiated in my 2010
        campaign for State Senate. Their Jobs PAC campaign emphasized my
        commitment to strengthening our state’s economic competitiveness and
        prosperity.”
                – Joe Fain, Senator, 47th District




10.
                      L EGISL AT IV E   R A CES T H AT F EL L S HORT OF V I CT ORY

2010 was characterized by many political professionals as the year to take risks. With the economy on
everyone’s mind and the national “anti-incumbent trends,” Enterprise Washington worked diligently in
trying to help elect several business-minded candidates in districts that we knew would be challenging
for political newcomers.

Although we did not win the races listed below, valuable lessons were still learned. Furthermore, by
supporting these individuals, Enterprise Washington demonstrated the keen interest of the business
community in supporting business-minded candidates in runs public office, even in more challenging
districts.

Enterprise Washington wishes to recognize the individuals below for stepping up to the plate for
public service. Their energy and passion on economic and prosperity issues, and their tireless
campaigning greatly contributed toward their opponent’s legislative performance in favor of the
business community.

State Senate

38th Legislative District (Everett): Business minded incumbent Senator Jean Berkey was challenged
by Progressive Majority Candidate Nick Harper.

48th Legislative District (Bellevue, Kirkland): Businessman Gregg Bennett challenged incumbent
Senator Rodney Tom.

State House

27th Legislative District (N. Tacoma): Tacoma city councilmember Jake Fey lost to public health and
education advocate Laurie Jinkins for the open seat.

28th Legislative District (Lakewood, University Place): Businessman Paul Wagemann challenged
incumbent Representative Tami Green.

34th Legislative District (West Seattle): West Seattle native and young professional Mike Heavey lost
to Joe Fitzgibbon, legislative aide to Senator Sharon Nelson.

41st Legislative District (Mercer Island, Renton): Physician and businessman Peter Dunbar challenged
incumbent Representative Marcie Maxwell.

45th Legislative District (Redmond, Woodinville, and Lower Snoqualmie Valley): Seattle Police officer
Kevin Haistings challenged incumbent Representative Roger Goodman.




                                                                                                         11.
 E N T E R P R IS E W AS H IN G T ON F IN AN C IA L S UMM AR Y                      J O B S PAC F IN AN C I AL S UMM ARY

  REVENUE                                                             REVENUE
      Membership                                        $652,260.48    Business Association                                $37,600.00
      Programs                                          $467,826.00
                                                                       Corporate                                       $434,700.00
      Interest & Other                                   $46,032.09
                                                                       Individual                                      $110,707.29
      Total Revenue                                   $1,166,118.57
                                                                       Political Action Committee                      $197,500.00

                                                                       OTHER                                                $1,644.00

                                                                       Total Revenue                                   $782,151.29




  E XPENSES
      Candidate Recruitment,
      Training & Education                              $605,367.68   E XPENSES
      Membership Development
      & Stewardship                                     $122,982.36    Political Action Support                        $748,456.00

      Administration & Operations                       $236,943.69    Administration & Operations                          $6,096.16

      Total Expenses                                    $965,293.73    Total Expenses                                  $754,552.16




12.        Fiscal Information: January 2009 to December 2010
E N T E R P R IS E W AS H IN G T ON S UP P ORT ERS
Enterprise Washington’s Board of Directors and Staff would like to thank the following individuals, companies and associations for their commitment to
strengthening a more politically educated and involved business community that works together to make Washington state a great place to do business.


Abbott Laboratories                     Lori Evans                               Mount Vernon Chamber of Commerce           The Boeing Company
Advertising Services, Inc.              Farmers Insurance                        Murray Pacific Holdings, LLC               The Doctors Company
Richard Ahlquist                        Farmers Employees & Agents PAC           Murray Pacific Management, Inc.            The Keller Group Limited
AIA Washington Council                  Farmers New World Life                   National Electrical Contractors Assoc. -   Doug Timpe
Alaska Airlines                         Federal Way Chamber of Commerce                     Cascade Chapter                 Tippett Company of Washington, LLC
Alaska Distributors                     Ferguson Construction                    National Federation of Independent         T-Mobile USA, Inc.
AlphaTest Corporation, Inc.             Fiduciary Counseling, Inc.                          Business                        Tonia Sorrell-Neal
Altria Client Services                  Warren Finch                             Nelson Trucking Company, Inc.              Trilogy Partners
American Life, Inc.                     First Choice Health                      Northwest Food Processors Assoc.           Allan & Judith Trinkwald
Anesthesiologists                       Fisher Communications                    Northwest Mining Association               Verizon Communications, Inc.
ASKO Processing, Inc.                   Fremont Dock Company                     NU CHEM                                    Vulcan, Inc.
Associated General Contractors of       Maureen Frisch                           Northwest Construction, Inc.               Wagstaff, Inc.
            Washington                  Future Responsibilities                  Osberg Construction Company                Washington Association of Realtors
AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals             Burke & Delores Gibson                   Terry Oxley                                Washington Auto Dealers
Asuris Northwest Health                 David Given & Nancy Cahill               Pacific Fibre Products                     Washington Bankers Association
AT&T, Inc.                              Grays Harbor Chamber of Commerce         PacificCorp                                Washington Beer & Wine Wholesalers
Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce         Greacen Construction                     Pemco Financial Services                             Assoc.
Bill Baldwin                            Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce      Pfizer, Inc.                               Washington Food Industry
Bank of America                         Green Diamond Resource Company           Philip Morris USA, Inc.                    Washington Forest Protection Assoc.
Bank of America Charitable Foundation   Glenn Gregory                            Physicians EyePAC                          Washington Restaurant Assoc.
Scott & Dollie Barr                     John Hemplemann                          Physicians Insurance A Mutual              Washington Retail Assoc.
Bartell Drugs                           Holland America Line                                Company                         Washington State Farm Bureau
Jim Beardsley                           Valerie Huntsberry                       Plexipixel, Inc.                           Washington State Medical Assoc.
BIG I PAC                               Inland Empire Paper Company              Polygon Northwest Company                  Washington Tree Service, Inc.
BIPAC                                   Issaquah Chamber of Commerce             Pope Resources                             Waste Connections, Inc.
Tim Boyd                                Harry James                              Port Blakely Tree Farms, LP                Watson Asphalt Paving Company, Inc.
Catherine Brazil                        J. L. Darling Corporation                Premera Blue Cross                         Weyerhaeuser Company
Brooks Manufacturing Company            J.R. Braun Northwest, Inc.               Proctor Sales, Inc.                        Weyerhaeuser Foundation
CA Logue Public Affairs                 Jewett Alan & Susan Jewett               Puget Sound Energy                         George Weyerhaeuser
Cal Portland                            S.R. & M.L. Johan                        Douglas Reed                               Wendy Weyerhaeuser
Capitol Connections                     Delpha Jordan                            Regence Blue Shield of Washington          Wilbert Precast, Inc.
Cascade Bank                            JP Morgan Chase & Company                Retail Lockbox                             Yakima Valley Growers-Shippers Assoc.
Charlie's Produce                       JR Hayes & Sons, Inc.                    William Rosen                              Yakima Valley Business Times
Chevron Corporation                     J.R. Simplot Company                     Rowley Properties, Inc.
Clise Properties, Inc.                  K-12                                     Skip Rowley
CNA Insurance Company                   Kalama Telephone Company                 Russell Crane Service, Inc.
Coldwell Banker Associated Realtors     Kelso-Longview Chamber of Commerce       Russell Investments
Columbia State Bank                     Kemper Development Company               Craig Ruthford
Comcast                                 Kibble & Prentice                        S.B.J. Clark
Concur Technologies                     Koch Companies Public Sector, LLC        Sabey Corporation
William Conner                          Kroger, Fred Meyer Corporation           Safeco/Liberty Mutual
Consolidated Restaurants, Inc.          Lakewood Chamber of Commerce             Sanitary Service Company
Construction Consultants of             LeMay Enterprises                        Sanofi-Aventis USA, Inc.
            Washington                  Robert MaCaulay & Keri Ellison           Robert Schuster
Jim Coombes                             Madsen Mitchell Evenson Conrad, Pllc     Seattle Mariners
Cowles Company                          Manufacturers Mineral Company            Simpson Investment Company
Dan Coyne                               Erin McCallum                            Snyder Roofing of Washington
Diageo North America, Inc.              Kate McCaslin                            Sonderen Packaging
Dick's Drive-Ins, Ltd., L.P.            Cory McFarland                           Spalding Auto Parts
Dollar Rent-A-Car                       Greg McFarland                           State Farm Insurance Company
Pat & Susan Dunn                        McKinstry Co, LLC                        Stevens Enterprise
Eisenhower & Carlson, PLLC              Media Plus, Inc.                         Robert Stewart
Eli Lilly and Company                   Howarth Meadowcroft                      Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of
Elliott Insurance Service, Inc.         Microsoft Corporation                               Commerce
Empire Bolt & Screw                     Miller, Malone & Tellefson               Tenino Telephone Company
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