You want clean water.
You want clean air.
You want safe communities.
So do we.

Vote your values in this November's County Council, Port of Bellingham, and City Council races to represent what you care about.

Upcoming events & forums

The forums on October 14th, October 16th, and October 21st will be broadcast live in BTV 10 and repeated until the November 7th election. Get more information about the forums from the Blue Green Waterfront Coalition of Whatcom County and League of Women Voters of Bellingham/Whatcom County.

Whatcom Votes! Doorbell Day 
Saturday, October 28th 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
RE Sources, 2309 Meridian St, Bellingham (map)
Join our Whatcom Votes! campaign for a non-partisan Doorbell Day to educate voters about important issues in the November election. RSVP on Facebook.

Port of Bellingham (Districts 1, 2) & Bellingham City Council Forum
Saturday, October 21, 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM, Muni Court Building , 2014 C St, Bellingham (map)

Whatcom County Council Forum
Monday, October 23, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM, Location TBA

Whatcom Votes at Spooky Cover Show
Friday Oct 27th - Saturday 28th, 8:00 PM, Make.Shift, 306 Flora St (map)
Bring your ballot to Make.Shift's annual all-ages cover show and costume contest, and we'll walk ballots to the drop box next door. Do your civic duty, while getting in the Halloween spirit! Join the fun.

Ballot Drop Party at November Art Walk
Friday, November 3rd, 6:00 -8:00 PM, Make.Shift, 306 Flora St (map)
On the eve of Election Day, come find Whatcom Votes rallying voters to get their ballots in at Make.Shift, next door to the downtown ballot drop box. Email us if you want to help out!

Join our Whatcom Votes campaign

1. Share. 
Help your friends and family register to vote by October 9th at myvote.wa.govDon't forget to use the hashtag #yourvoiceyourfuture!

2. Engage. 
Volunteer for our Whatcom Votes campaign. Email or call (360) 733-8307 ext. 223.

3. Support. 
Help fund Whatcom Votes, and stay up to date by signing up for our newsletters.

Whatcom Votes is a campaign to register, educate, and engage residents to vote for our environment, public health, and economy this November.

Those who we elect this November can: 

  • Keeping your drinking water clean
  • Providing your children with quality education
  • Preserving your parks and green spaces
  • Protecting your beaches, rivers, and lakes
  • Ensuring enough water for your grandchildren
  • Preserving your farmland and forests
  • Providing your community with renewable energy jobs, and more!

As a 501(c)(3) organization, RE Sources does not directly or indirectly influence any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for public office.

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