The Intercept
The Congressional Progressive Caucus is Trying Something New: Winning Primaries

“She’s awesome,” said Jayapal. “Willing to take on power, willing to do the work, willing to push for bold ideas like Medicare for All before they are popular and the only one not taking corporate PAC money in the race. Only one willing to confront the abysmal state of for-profit healthcare in this country that has been illuminated with COVID. She will be a fantastic progressive partner for me in the state delegation.” Read More

Nisqually Valley News
10th Congressional Democratic Candidates Rake in More Than $992,000 in Second Quarter

Doglio’s campaign has also received the most high-dollar donations out of any candidate. About $87,900 of her contributions have come from donations of $2,000 or more. But her campaign has also raised the second highest number of small-dollar donations as well. In addition to its fundraising prowess, Doglio’s campaign has also announced it had earned endorsements from around 135 elected leaders, more than 70 of whom represent communities in the 10th. Read More

The News Tribune
Crowded 10th Congressional District race attracts big-name endorsements, fundraising

Asked about her fundraising lead, Doglio said: “I think it just shows the breadth and depth of my support in the community.” Doglio said in a press release earlier this month: “These strong fundraising numbers show the energy and excitement around the progressive policies and community values our campaign is fighting for. With an average contribution of just $47, we raised this sum through small dollar donations and grassroots support from community members and working people, without the help of corporate PACs or fossil fuel donors. Our supporters recognize the stakes are high...”
Read More

Nisqually Valley News
LTE: Integrity and Caliber of Our Representation Matters — Vote for Beth Doglio

I endorse and am voting for Beth Doglio to represent the 10th Congressional District because the integrity and caliber of our representation matters. I have known and worked with Rep. Doglio for a number of years and have always found her to be intelligent, willing to listen and never willing to compromise her integrity. She is committed to ensuring the legislation she promotes makes our lives better. 

Read More

Seattle Times
In race to replace Denny Heck in Congress, a crowded field and some possible firsts

State Rep. Beth Doglio, 55, a Democrat, has served two terms in the state Legislature after a long career as an organizer and environmental activist. She was the founding director of Washington Conservation Voters and later worked for the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League, Audubon Washington and Climate Solutions. Doglio, who identifies as bisexual, would be the first openly LGBTQ member of Congress from Washington. She has been endorsed by former presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal and 49 Democratic members of the state Legislature. Read More

Press Release
Beth Doglio Joins #StopHateforProfit Movement and Calls on Fellow Candidates to Take Pledge

Urging Facebook to revise its policies on hate and disinformation, Doglio’s campaign will sign onto the 30-day pledge forgoing Facebook advertising in a hotly contested primary election   Olympia – Today, State Representative and candidate for Congress in Washington’s 10th District Beth Doglio (D-Olympia) announced her campaign will join the #StopHateforProfit movement by not advertising … Continued

Crooked Media
The 2020 Progressive Class Looks A Lot Like The 2018 Class

Beth Doglio, a bisexual mother, climate activist, and state representative, is running for Congress in Olympia, WA. Doglio. She has been endorsed by Congressional Progressive Caucus Chair Pramila Jayapal and several labor unions, and could become the foremost advocate in Congress for Jay Inslee’s climate vision. She recently embraced the Evergreen Action plan, which is the movement calling on Democrats to include Inslee’s climate agenda in the party’s platform. She faces Marilyn Strickland, the former president of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, the business group that spent millions on behalf of Amazon’s corporate interests in local Seattle elections. (Primary August 4.) Read More

Campaigning during coronavirus: Candidates get creative

Doglio transitioned to a new way to reach voters in the 10th District, where she's up against 18 others vying for the seat in Congress. The plan was to meet people in their homes, where they were social distancing, through their computer or phone screen. Read More

Official Statement
Denouncing racism, taking action

George Floyd’s death has shocked the conscience of our nation – rightfully causing heartbreak and protest, anger and outrage. Even during a time when we seemingly face a new crisis every day, this injustice stands as a singular focus, accompanied by the killings of Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery, and made even worse by a … Continued

Washington State Wire
Q&A: Beth Doglio breaks down her agenda for Washington 10

The 10th District race is one of only seven vacant Democratic House seats in 2020 and 19 candidates are vying for a top-two finish in the August jungle primary. Based on her platform and endorsements, Doglio seems to be building a coalition of key progressive interests: unions, environmentalists, gun reform advocates, etc. In the wake of her recent endorsements, I called Rep. Doglio and asked her to explain a few of her policy positions. We touched on issues related to the Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), access to higher education, wielding leverage in a legislative body, the future of organized labor, and more. Read More