Beth Doglio

Washington House of Representatives, District 22

Beth will restore bisexual representation to the U.S. House!

Biography

Beth Doglio is a state representative, community organizer, climate activist, mother of two, and a co-founder of Win With Women a political organization that encourages women to run and helps elect them, a former organizer for NARAL, and a long-time leader working on climate change. She was been a key member of the Washington States LGBTQ Caucus when she served from 2017 to 2021.

Beth is one of Washington’s foremost leaders on the environment, housing, gun safety, and issues facing working families. She has helped lead the passage of groundbreaking legislation to empower workers through higher wages and improved protections, make Washington a leader in the fight against climate change, and provide more resources to address homelessness.

Beth is a member of the LGBTQ Caucus and a co-founder of Win With Women, a political organization that encourages women to run for office and helps elect them. In the legislature and in the community, she has fought for representation and equal opportunity for women, including young women, women of color, and LGBTQ women.

Beth’s environmental leadership began nearly three decades ago as the founding Executive Director of Washington Conservation Voters and continues now at Climate Solutions, where she has worked on federal, state and local climate policy and served as the director of the Power Past Coal campaign since its inception.

Beth lives in Olympia with her husband Dr. Eddy Cates, a family practice physician, along with their two sons Aspen and Ian.

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