Sound Transit’s sharing of the cardholders’ information with the ST3 campaign may violate two state laws. Shown is an Orca card reader in downtown Seattle. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)

Sound Transit’s sharing of the cardholders’ information with the ST3 campaign may violate two state laws. Shown is an Orca card reader in downtown Seattle. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)

Sound Transit has become so political and so powerful over the last 20 years they apparently believed they could get away with this. Good for the citizen who called the Times and good for the Times for the investigative reporting. If anyone reading this also got an email please let us know via our contact form or send us a message on Facebook.

Read the entire Seattle Times article here.