Program Data

As with all donations to candidate campaigns, voucher assignments are public information. Your name and the candidate you give your vouchers to will be published on this page. 

2019 Allocated Funds

Candidate Position Vouchers Total
Alex Pedersen City Council District #4 1,002 $25,050
Ami Nguyen City Council District #3 2,243 $56,075
Andrew Lewis City Council District #7 1,620 $40,500
Brendan Kolding City Council District #1 1,653 $41,325
Cathy Tuttle City Council District #4 846 $21,150
Dan Strauss City Council District #6 1,342 $33,550
Daniela Lipscomb-Eng City Council District #7 768 $19,200
Egan Orion City Council District #3 440 $11,000
Emily Myers City Council District #4 2,164 $54,100
Heidi Wills City Council District #6 1,187 $29,675
Jason Williams City Council District #7 674 $16,850
Jay Fathi City Council District #6 1,355 $33,875
Jim Pugel City Council District #7 862 $21,550
John Lombard City Council District #5 1,276 $31,900
Jon Lisbin City Council District #6 745 $18,625
Lisa Herbold City Council District #1 1,844 $46,100
Logan Bowers City Council District #3 1,832 $45,800
Mark Solomon City Council District #2 705 $17,625
Michael George City Council District #7 941 $23,525
Pat Murakami City Council District #3 1,980 $49,500
Phyllis Porter City Council District #2 931 $23,275
Sasha Anderson City Council District #4 763 $19,075
Sergio Garcia City Council District #6 1,166 $29,150
Shaun Scott City Council District #4 2,261 $56,525
Tammy Morales City Council District #2 2,070 $51,750
Terry Rice City Council District #6 602 $15,050
Zachary DeWolf City Council District #3 320 $8,000
- - 33,592 $839,800

(Updated 05/16/2019)

For a complete list of Democracy Vouchers that have been assigned to a campaign, please download the file below:

Democracy Voucher Data - 05_17_2019

Description of data fields:

Voucher Numbers
Each Democracy Voucher is assigned a unique tracking number.

Assigned Campaign
Each Democracy Voucher is "assigned" to a participating campaign.

Invalid - Vouchers marked as "invalid" were assigned to a non-participating campaign. 

Voucher Status

Received - A Democracy Voucher assigned to a participating candidate is considered "received" once it has been received by the Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission (SEEC). The signature on the voucher is pending verification.

Accepted - A Democracy Voucher is considered "accepted" if the signature on the voucher has been verified by either King County Elections or the SEEC. 

Redeemed - A Democracy Voucher moves from the "accepted" status to "redeemed" once the SEEC has issued a check to the campaign. Vouchers may only be redeemed by campaigns that have qualified. 

Under Review - A Democracy Voucher is considered "under review" if the signature is challenged or if the voucher was assigned to a participating candidate without a signature. 

Received Date

This is the date the Democracy Voucher arrived at the SEEC. 

For a complete list of campaign contributions, visit the Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission campaign contributions page. Please contact us for further details about a particular voucher.