Seattle Times and Inslee Don’t Want You to See This Video!

Friends,

The Seattle Times is challenging our TV ad that describes Jay Inslee’s scandalous actions at Western State Hospital.  See the ad here.

On their Editorial Page today they claimed that their own editorial writer, Jonathan Martin, didn’t really mean it when he wrote that Governor Inslee should go to jail due to his negligence of the state’s neediest mental patients — that it was a “rhetorical device” used by Martin which “is lost” on us.  Well, we aren’t the only ones that took the words at face value.  The Times’ own headline writer quoted the words for the headline of Martin’s op-ed piece.  Read Martin’s original op-ed here and note the headline.

We can understand that Jay Inslee would be unhappy about our TV ad because it clearly defines his dangerous incompetence in one of many scandals that have dogged his years in office.  What we find perplexing is that the Seattle Times would do his bidding to make us “revise” the spot.  Should we file a PDC complaint if the Inslee campaign does not disclose this in-kind contribution by the Seattle Times?  Read Sunday’s opinion piece here and let us know what you think.

Will you help us buy more time for this ad to air before election day?  Please donate $50, $100, $200, or more to help achieve victory.  To donate, CLICK HERE

Too busy to read the Voters’ Guide?

Too busy to read the lengthy Voters’ Guide?  We are here to help!

Be sure to mail in your ballot by Tuesday August 2, and remind all your fellow Republicans to turn in their ballots ASAP!  

Vote for:

• Bill Bryant for Governor
• Kim Wyman for Secretary of State
• Mark Miloscia for State Auditor
• Steve McLaughlin for Lands Commissioner

In the non-partisan race for State Supreme Court, we recommend a vote for Greg Zempel.

Also up for election are all 98 State House seats, and 26 State Senate seats.  We must keep the GOP majority in the Senate and we need to pick up two seats for a GOP majority in the House!  Your vote matters!   

And be sure to vote Republican for Lieutenant Governor and State Treasurer!

To see a list of Republican candidates, CLICK HERE

Your generous donations are crucial to our get-out-the-vote efforts.  Please donate $50, $100, $200, or more to help achieve victory.  To donate, CLICK HERE

Defeat Jay Inslee! Help get this ad on TV!

URGENT: Need Your Help! Defeat Jay Inslee! Help get this ad on TV!

Before the Primary Election on Tuesday August 2, the WSRP will be reaching two million people with this new TV ad, “Don’t Take the Risk,” which tells the truth about Inslee’s dangerous incompetence.  Please help us stay on offense – please donate $25, $50, $100, or more to keep this ad on the air!

To view the ad, click on the image below:

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To view the ad, click on the image above.

Please donate $25, $50, $100, or more to keep this ad on the air!

State GOP releases ad against “dangerous, incompetent” Inslee

Bellevue, July 27 – The Washington State Republican Party issued the following statement today:

Before the Primary Election on Tuesday August 2, the WSRP will be reaching two million people with a new TV ad, “Don’t Take the Risk,” which tells the truth about Inslee’s dangerous incompetence.  To view the ad, go to www.wsrp.org/dont-take-the-risk

Mail in your ballot by August 2!

UPDATE – August 2: Be sure to mail in your ballot TODAY.  For Ballot Babe’s recommendations, CLICK HERE

VOTE!  The primary election is only one week away.  Be sure to mail in your ballot by Tuesday August 2, and remind all your Republican friends to turn in their ballots as well! 

Among the many great Republican candidates on the ballot are:

• Bill Bryant for Governor
• Kim Wyman for Secretary of State
• Mark Miloscia for State Auditor
• Steve McLaughlin for Lands Commissioner

Also up for election this year are all 98 State House seats, and 26 State Senate seats.  We want to maintain the GOP majority in the Senate, and we’re just two seats away from a GOP majority in the House!  And be sure to vote Republican for Lieutenant Governor and State Treasurer!

To see the list of Republican candidates for statewide offices, Congress, State Senate, and State House, CLICK HERE

Your generous donations are crucial to our get-out-the-vote efforts.  Please donate $50, $100, $200, or more to help achieve victory.  To donate, CLICK HERE

Mail in your ballot by August 2 – and vote Republican!

WA delegation votes for Trump!

UPDATE, July 20 – Watch the video at www.wsrp.org/great-state-of-wa

WSRP Chairman Susan Hutchison sent out the following message on July 19:

The Washington State delegation to the GOP national convention, respecting the vote of the people in the May 24 primary, has voted unanimously for Donald Trump, the next President of the United States.

Please make a donation of $50, $100, $200 or more to help elect Donald Trump.  CLICK HERE to defeat Hillary Clinton and Make America Great Again!

Toward victory in November!

The State Supreme Court: A Message from Matt Manweller

In the August 2 Primary Election, Greg Zempel is running for State Supreme Court against the incumbent Chief Justice.  To understand how crucial this election is, please read this important message from State Representative Matt Manweller concerning the State Supreme Court:

By Matt Manweller, July 18:

“The Washington State Supreme Court issued its latest ‘McCleary ruling’ last Thursday.  In doing so, they continued their tradition of exhibiting a fundamental and disturbing lack of understanding with respect to public policy, taxation, and the most simple principles of state governance.

“On one level, they simply ordered a hearing for September 7th in which the state is supposed to answer some questions about education funding.  Although reasonable on the surface, they have demanded answers to questions that no one, and I mean NO ONE can answer on September 7th, creating an almost Kafkaesque theater of the absurd.

“There are so many things wrong with the Court’s request, it’s hard to find a place to start.  But here is a quick attempt.

“1) The Court wants to know and be briefed on the State’s plan to fund their demands.  Well, wouldn’t we all.  But who exactly is to give this report?  According to court procedures this would come from the Attorney General.  The only problem is that the Attorney General has NO IDEA what the state’s plan is to fund the Court’s demands.  You see, the Attorney General is not a member of the Legislature.  He will be briefing the Court with NO KNOWLEDGE of our plans.  Why?  Because the Legislature does not know what its plans are right now.  In fact, the 2017 Legislature DOES NOT EXIST.  The Court may have forgotten, but we have these little things called ‘elections’ in November where the people will be choosing the 2017 Legislature.  Do you know who is going to be elected?  Do you know how they will vote on the education budget?  Well, neither do I and neither does the Attorney General.  So what exactly is he supposed to tell the Court?  The fact that the Court does not know these simple facts about how the state functions is simply embarrassing.

“2) It doesn’t matter what is said in the hearing.  It is not binding on anyone. Whatever plan is offered to the Court in the September hearing (by some guy who isn’t a member of the Legislature) will be subject to a million hurdles and changes.  The plan, in the form of a bill, can be amended in both houses.  It can be vetoed by the Governor.  There can be line-item vetoes by the Governor.  It can FAIL in either body.  But trust me, whatever is ‘briefed’ in September will NOT be the final solution.  Legislation is like making sausage and you don’t know what you are going to get until all the deals are made, the revenue forecast is finalized and final votes are taken.  The briefing in September will have as much legitimacy as a Nigerian prince offering you a million dollar inheritance via email.

“3) The Court seems to believe that the task force, set up under Senate Bill 6195 to study financing options for education, is somehow an indicator of legislative intent.  It’s not.  The current task force, created by law last year to look at funding solutions, does NOT speak for the Legislature.  No committee can speak for the body as a whole.  Committees recommend.  The Legislature adopts.  Any first year political science student can tell you this.  You would think that at least one state supreme court justice would have as much political knowledge as an 18 year old.  You would be wrong.

“Once again, the Court has reminded citizens that they are not intellectually suited to do their job.  One of my favorite lines from The West Wing is when President Bartlet commented ‘He has a 22 caliber mind in a 357 world.’  This is an apt description of our state supreme court.  Two years ago, after issuing another erroneous ‘Order,’ the Chairman of the Appropriations Committee had to write a blog post instructing the Court to turn the Excel sheet over … they were reading it backwards.  They simply lack the intellectual fire power to grasp complicated policy dilemmas.  But they also fail to understand taxation policy, educational policy, and most surprisingly, legal procedure.”

New Video: Inslee’s Failed Leadership

Watch this new video telling the truth about Jay Inslee’s failed leadership.  Jay Inslee tries to tell us our economy is great.  Really?  We have the 9th highest unemployment rate in the nation!  It’s time for new leadership!

To watch the video, go to www.wsrp.org/inslee-failed

Help spread the message!  Please consider donating $25, $50, $100 or more to defeat Jay Inslee and elect Bill Bryant.  To donate, CLICK HERE

Happy 100th Birthday, Boeing!

WSRP Chairman Susan Hutchison sent out the following message on July 15:

Today marks the 100th year of The Boeing Company, with celebrations all weekend at the Museum of Flight.

From its early days as an aviation pioneer; to its founding of United Airlines; to the building of the iconic 747; to its role in fighting our wars and protecting our peace; to the innovative Dreamliner; for the millions of people who have found meaningful employment and the hundreds of millions of dollars donated to our region’s social services and cultural institutions…

The Boeing Company has helped us all take flight!

Years ago, Boeing Commercial Airplanes CEO Alan Mulally postulated that Boeing should win the Nobel Peace Prize, because no company in the history of the world has done more to bring the people of the world together.

As a member of the Boeing family (my husband has worked at Boeing for a third of its history), I’m grateful to be part of this proud heritage.  Happy Birthday Boeing!

 

It’s time to hit the ground — WALKING! We need YOU!!!

It’s time to hit the ground — WALKING!  We need YOU!!!

Our Primary Election is a little more than three weeks away.  Now is the time for grassroots activists, PCOs, and Republicans of every stripe to do what we know works to win elections: the GROUND GAME!

Over the next three weeks, throughout our state, the Washington State Republican Party will be organizing intensive door-to-door campaigning to help elect Republicans at every level of government.

Door-to-door canvassing – distributing literature and talking to fellow voters – is the most important, most effective way to get out the vote.  To participate, CLICK HERE

On the ballot will be:

• Bill Bryant for Governor

• Kim Wyman for Secretary of State

• Mark Miloscia for State Auditor

• Steve McLaughlin for Lands Commissioner

And great Republicans in other races. Help them win!  Up for election this year are all 98 State House seats, and 26 State Senate seats.  We want to maintain the GOP majority in the Senate, and we’re just two seats away from a GOP majority in the House!

To sign up to volunteer for door-to-door campaigning, CLICK HERE




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