King 5 News Report on Trick or Vote - King 5 News, October 31, 2009
Watch the report on Trick or Voters getting out the vote!
Political group goes trick or treating to get out the vote - Seattle PI, October 29, 2009
Washington Bus puts a political spin on Halloween with Trick or Vote.
Going Local - Campus Progress, October 7, 2009
One organization in the Northwest is focused on getting out the vote for local elections.
Your skinny dipping city council candidates - Seattle PI, July 28, 2009
Highlights from our Seattle City Council Candidate Survivor candidate forum.
Youth to Power - Sound Magazine, June 2009
Youth political activism is highlighted by Sound Magazine.
Bus Boy - Seattle Magazine, November 2008
Thomas and the Bus tops Seattle's Power List.
Getting on Board with the Washington Bus - UW A&S Perspectives, Autumn 2008
Bus Board President Josh Johnston went to UW and made something of himself. We're so proud.
The Bus rocks public TV - KCTS 9 Connects, October 27, 2008
Check out the Bus gettin' out the vote-disco style-in this great KCTS 9 Connects story.
The Bus goes to Palm Springs - KEPR 19 News, October 18, 2008
(the Palm Springs of Washington, that is)
On October 18th, the Bus cruised over to Yakima to canvass for Vickie Ybarra. Over 100 volunteers hit more than 4,100 doors, making it our biggest Bus trip yet.
The Devil and Katie Couric - CBS News, September 2, 2008
MTV hearts the Bus
MTV's street team hot shot Cory Midgarden took a trip with the Washington Bus and lived to tell the story.
Civics Lesson - Seattle Magazine, June, 2008
Did you know that youth civic participation is the highest its been since 1972? Yemaya Maurer gives the local spin on Seattle, the Bus, civic lessons and YOU in this issue of Seattle Magazine. Go Yemaya! Go Bus Nation!
The Boomers Had Their Day. Make Way for the Millennials - The Washington Post, February 3rd, 2008
"In the New Hampshire Democratic primary, turnout was up by more than 50 percent over 2000 among voters under 30, while among older voters it rose by only a bit more than 10 percent...In Iowa, according to CNN, the differences were even more dramatic: Twenty percent of Democratic caucus participants were young voters, four times the number in 2004."