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Register for Quaker Lobby Day here: Quaker Lobby Day 2024 – Action Network. Zoom links for all online sessions will be sent after you register.

Quaker Lobby Day 2024 Events

  • Sunday morning, January 21, 9:30 – 10:30 am, online. Optional preview from the working groups of the priority bills for lobbying (online). This briefing will be posted online after the session so that participants can prepare on their own schedules. The link will be sent to those who have registered.
  • Tuesday evening, January 23, 6:30 pm, online. Optional orientation for new attenders — Rehearsal for a Quaker Voice lobby visit; question and answer on the priority bills; introduction to where Quaker Voice intervenes in the progress of our priority bills.
  • Thursday morning, January 25, 10 am to noon, in person and online. Full briefing with an overview of the session from our lobbyists and presentation of the priority bills from the working groups, including current status for each in the legislative process. The in-person gathering is at Olympia Friends Meeting, 3201 Boston Harbor Rd NE, Olympia, WA 98506.
    • 10-10:05.  Welcome. Susan Cozzens, Quaker Voice Clerk
    • 10:05-10:30. Legislative session highlights and challenges. Paul Benz and Jacob Squirrel, Quaker Voice Legislative Advocates.
    • 10:30-11:00. Criminal Justice working group priorities.
    • 11:00-11:30. Economic Justice working group priorities.
    • 11:30-noon. Environmental Stewardship working group priorities.
    • Noon – 1 pm. Lunch provided by Olympia Meeting. Thank you!
    • 1 pm onwards. Constituent meetings at the Capitol and online when arrangements can be made. Each district has a legislative lead who is making appointments. Link to the list will be provided to you after you register. Contact that person with any questions about the meetings for your district. (To find the number of your district, use Find Your District at
  • Friday, January 26, 3 pm, online. Share What We Learned — a debrief and evaluation session. Open to everyone but each district delegation is urged to have at least one person there.

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