The coffee shop is a place we go to get our coffee but it is also a social institution in our community. It is a place where people come together to talk about their lives and politics. With such a large District, spanning from Chelan in the north and east to Eatonville in the south and west, the Windle campaign has relied on coffee shops for caffeine, volunteer meetings, and places where James can meet individual voters or small groups of people to get their thoughts on politics in the 8th District. Last week, for example, James stopped at coffee shops in Chelan, Wenatchee, Leavenworth, Cle Elum, and Kent. One of his favorite aspects of the campaign is sitting down getting in-depth with volunteers or voters over a coffee. The photo below is from Pioneer Coffee Co. in Cle Elum, after the Pioneer Days parade. These stops will continue throughout the campaign. Email the campaign or click “Volunteer” on the website to meet with James for a coffee.