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Keep up with Sharonda on the campaign trail: 


August 5th - Sharonda Amamilo Leads in Race for Open Bench on Thurston County Superior Court


July 25, 2020 - Coffee with Ken with Ken Balsley


July 18, 2020 - The B Hive Podcast with Bobby Williams 


June 09, 2020 - Statement on Current Events


June 08, 2020 - Union Bulletin, "Continue Dismantling Systemic Racism"

"Support my Emerge WA Black sisters. Support Joy Stanford for the 26th Legislative District  House seat. Support Jamila Taylor for the 30th Legislative District House seat. Support Sharonda Amamilo for Thurston County Superior Court judge. Support Kristen Harris-Talley for the 37th Legislative District House seat. Support April Berg for the 44th Legislative District House seat. These are highly qualified black women who are ready to lead."


May 11, 2020 - Campaign Kickoff Event   


August 26, 2019 - NAACP 1134 Community Round Table


March 4, 2019 - Thurston County Opioid Response Task Force


October 11, 2018 - WomXn of Achievement Award Winner


May 18, 2015 - Thurston Council for Children and Youth, Child & Youth Resilience Action Team


April 17, 2018 - North Thurston Public Schools Community Comment



April 21, 2015 - Nneka Amamilo - Servant Children in Legislature


December 24, 2015 - One Family One Team Pilot Program Design team


December 10, 2013 - WSBA Editorial Advisory Board (2011-2013)


Working with Community Members to Help Parent/Child Relationships


March 17, 2003 - The Seattle Times, "Call Ups Come With Complications"

"Amamilo had already voluntarily served a six-month tour of duty that ended last summer. This time around, she hoped for a delay in her call-up orders so she could take her final exams and graduate. The Army said no.

University officials are trying to see if there is some way she can complete her courses while on active duty. But it is unclear what is possible, and Amamilo fears that when she returns to civilian life she will have to redo her final semester of college at an estimated cost of $8,000.

'I love my country, and I will go anywhere to protect it ... ,' Amamilo said. 'I just want a little more time to report.'

'But I know the drill. My duffel is packed and by the door.'

Amamilo is scheduled to leave for Fort Dix tomorrow."


Committee to Elect Sharonda Amamilo
120 State Ave #126
Olympia, WA 98501
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