Get on the bus


Got nothing planned for tomorrow? How about a free ride to Bellingham for the inaugural journey of The Washington Bus, a new brand of political activism that exercises both body and mind, and, um, features an actual bus.

The Bus leaves 9am sharp Saturday morning from Seattle’s Triangle Park, at the corner of Beacon Ave. S. and S. Stevens St. Fueled by a unique blend of youth-activism and bio-diesel, the Bus will cruise to Bellingham, where it will join dozens of local volunteers to walk neighborhoods and knock on doors for Whatcom County Council candidate Ken Mann. Mann is a true progressive who needs your help to spread his message that it is time to get serious about preserving Whatcom County’s rural heritage and keeping its towns and cities vibrant.

The Washington Bus is inspired by the Oregon Bus Project, a groundbreaking statewide group that engages young people in politics by connecting them as volunteers to progressive campaigns. It’s an amazingly successful model that is changing the face of politics in Oregon… or at the very least, making that face a helluva lot younger.

So if you want to do your part to help progressive candidates win throughout the state, it’s time to get off your ass and get on the bus.


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    michael spews:

    Wont be going on this, but I love, love, love the idea. Great to see another project like Progressive Majority that supports candidates at the local level and gets people out knocking on doors.

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    Lisa Lee spews:

    Is this site private ie no disclosure of the person giving information? I am not writing this to have my comments in print – – I have very unique info that you would want to have – – it will open some pretty big doors! If someone wants to forward a phone number, I could call and give you the info. I apologize for the hesitancy, but money can buy some pretty good retribution!