2020 Voters Guide

About this Guide

Artists: Steven Paul Judd & Bethany Yellowtail

Why a Voters Guide?

The Snoqualmie Tribe produced its first General Elections Voters Guide in 2012. Since then, it has been produced every four years in order to provide information to Tribal Members, Tribal employees, and the general public about where candidates stand on issues that are of utmost importance to the Tribe.

In 2012 and 2016, the Voters Guide was printed and mailed. This year, due to COVID-19 and the Tribe’s expanded abilities to produce dynamic materials online, the guide has gone digital.

The Tribe’s Governmental Affairs & Special Projects team produces the Voters Guide. The team can be reached at gasp@snoqualmietribe.us.

“The Snoqualmie Tribe is producing its third annual voters’ guide because Snoqualmie citizens deserve to be able to vote based on the informed, deliberative policy positions of the candidates on the issues that matter most to our community. It’s one way our Tribe exercises its sovereignty: we insist on candidates treating our citizens with respect and approaching them with substance, not just the normal superficial campaign pitches.”

Robert de los Angeles

Chairman, Snoqualmie Tribe

Disclaimer: This guide is intended for informational purposes only. It is not intended to endorse any political candidate, party, initiative, or referendum. The Tribe recognizes that each individual has a protected right to political speech and this guide is not intended to influence, encourage, or discourage any form of political speech. Rather, this guide is intended to provide members of the tribal community with information regarding how to participate in the political process.