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We focus on a select number of issues that our members believe are most important to supporting economic vitality and fostering opportunity for all Washingtonians. We consider issues possibly under consideration by state leaders, and where we believe the knowledge and expertise of our members can most affect positive change. How does one become a member of the Washington Roundtable? Candidates for membership must be the senior executive of a Washington state company or the ranking executive of a company headquartered elsewhere that has significant business presence here. A select number of board seats are reserved for citizen members and other business leaders who bring unique experience, knowledge or expertise. Is the Washington Roundtable a government organization? No. Although we work to address state policy issues, we are not affiliated with or supported by the public sector. Does the Washington Roundtable endorse candidates or sponsor bills or ballot measures? We focus on policy, not politics. We work closely with elected officials and policymakers to support sound policy and affect positive change via the legislative process. In select cases, we will play an active role in ballot measure campaigns that directly relate to our core areas of focus. We do not engage in political races, endorse or support candidates running for elective office. Are there Roundtables in every state and are they organized the same way? There are state roundtables in one form or another in many states. Each is organized and has a membership reflective of its needs and mission. We often share information and ideas with other state roundtable organizations, but we have no formal affiliations.
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