Exclusive COINversations with Progressive Leaders


Watch this space - we're working on scheduling some interesting COINversations in the coming weeks!


Tuesday June 14, 2022

After viewing the documentary, Dammed To Extinction, about the plight of the Snake River salmon and the orcas that depend on them, we had an outstanding panel discussion with some regional experts.

Click here for a brief bio of each of our panelists, Steven Hawley (film writer and co-producer), Heather Nicholson, Scott Levy, James Waddell and Tony Jones.

Our recording is just the panel discussion. To view the film, Dammed to Extinction, click here. Share this link with friends. Everyone who lives in and loves the Pacific Northwest should see this documentary and understand what's at stake. Many thanks to Steven Hawley for donating the viewing of this film for our event.

And be sure to click here for our Call To Action!

Friday April 27, 2022

COIN had the pleasure of hosting two progressive candidates for BOLI (Bureau of Labor and Industry) Commissioner - Casey Kulla and Christina Stephenson. If you missed the live program, check out this video, The BOLI Commissioner is a non-partisan position, so all voters will see all candidates on their ballots. The top two will advance to the General Election in November.

You can also find out more about these candidates on their websites:



Wednesday April 20, 2022

The Bentz Accountability Team (BAT) and ORD2 Indivisible hosted the two Democratic Candidates running for US Representative in District 2. Joe Yetter and Adam Prine answered our questions and talked with us about their vision for this rural district. The winner of the primary will take on Cliff Bentz in November. Check it out folks. We can do better than Bentz!

Video & Transcripts