Win/Win Network

Win/Win cultivates a civically powerful network that advances racial, social and economic equity and thriving communities across Washington State. We fundamentally believe that through building an effective, sustainable network of organizations rooted in collaboration and shared use of data and best practices, groups can have a stronger and longer-lasting impact.

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Coalition building

We build dynamic coalitions with a shared purpose to increase political participation
and representation. We leverage the expertise of our partners and create
clear strategy and shared accountability for success.

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About us

Since our founding in 2007, Win/Win has played a key role in winning unprecedented victories
such as marriage equality, gun control and democracy reform. We provide critical
civic engagement tools, resources and support to our partners.

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Programs

We cultivate a network of organizations to strengthen grassroots engagement and build political power. Win/Win provides cutting-edge data and technology that enables our partners to transform their organizing on the ground.

Partnerships

Our partners attest to the unique value of Win/Win’s data, technical and program support. Our focus on long-term coalition building advances community campaigns that inspire engagement and increase civic participation.

About us

Since our founding, Win/Win has played a key role in winning unprecedented victories such as marriage equality, gun control and democracy reform. We provide critical civic engagement tools, resources and support to our partners.

Seattle wins honest elections!

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Since 2012, Win/Win’s partners have worked to…

Represent over

650,000

members

Register more than

100,000

Washington State voters

Engage in more than

1,000,000

phone conversations

“When we come together around a campaign, sometimes we aren’t thinking big enough. Its Win/Win’s job to keep focused on changing the system/the bigger, long-term goal.”

Tiffany Hankins, Political & Organizing Director, NARAL Pro-Choice Washington

“Working in coalition is important, and radical long-term transformative change can’t happen within silos. As a small organization, we have to be deliberate on where we focus our resources, and working in coalition allows us to be part of a group that’s having a larger impact.”

Felipe Rodriguez-Flores, Associate Director, Progreso: Latino Progress

“Our members aren’t single issue people, so our organizations shouldn’t operate that way either.”

Spencer Olson, Director, Communications Hub

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