Greg Gutfeld in Bellevue

Don’t miss this year’s Annual Dinner! Registration is open now. 

Greg Gutfeld, star of Fox News’ Saturday night show watched by millions, will be the keynote speaker at our “Road to Victory” themed dinner next month! It’s your chance to hear the sharp wit and political insight of one of today’s most courageous and outspoken conservative TV hosts live and in person.

Tickets are expected to sell fast! Register online today!

If you have questions about the event or registration process, please contact Kaitlin Vintertun at or (425) 460-0570.

Chairman Hutchison Co-Sponsors RNC Resolution


The event in Charlottesville called “Unite the Right” was a White Supremacist and neo-Nazi protest march and had nothing to do with the Republican Party. Republicans will never “unite” with these extremists and their views.

I am a co-sponsor of this RNC resolution which denounces these extremist organizations and also explains the historical record of Republicans against racism. Please read it here.

It came to light yesterday, that one participant at the march was the President of College Republicans at WSU. While the Republican Party has no authority over the organization called College Republicans (CR), I promptly contacted their national and state offices with this message:

Swift action is required against James Allsup, the President of CR-WSU who marched in the “Unite the Right” event this weekend. His videos were repulsive and do not represent the values and standards of the Republican Party. I call on you to denounce his actions and affiliations with all white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups. 

Allsup resigned late yesterday. It should be noted that in a news report Sunday, Allsup did not claim to be a Republican but instead a “paleo-conservative” or “right wing libertarian”.

The Democrats and leftists in our state hope to tie this ugly episode to the Republican party, our elected officials and candidates. Instead, we will use their attacks as an opportunity to affirm our Party’s stand against racism and bigotry.

Fake News Scam Traced to Rep. Jayapal Staffer

Our on-going alerts, DEMS! (Distinctly Embarrassing Moments for Seattle!), highlight the many ways one-party Democrat rule in Seattle has hurt the reputation of the city and our state. Read on!


Even Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has been conned by the Democrats’ recent fake news scam. 

Last Friday, a staffer for Seattle’s very own U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal, tweeted a deceptively edited video showing President Trump ignoring a child in a wheelchair. Rowling retweeted the video and launched a diatribe against the President. Her tweet was seen by millions and retweeted over 48,000 times on Friday.

The real video, shows the President, in fact, warmly greeting the child, totally contradicting Jayapal’s staffer’s tweet. When he was asked to apologize for posting a faked video, all he had to say was this:

@Ansel had to delete the fake tweet and also the follow-up tweet in which he encouraged viewers “disgusted” by the video to follow Rep. Jayapal on Twitter because she is known as the “anti-Trump.”

Rep. Jayapal’s short tenure in Congress has been marked by embarrassing moments (see DEMS 1/9/17) But posting anti-Trump fake news on social media is a new low. And, it’s especially embarrassing for Democrats in Seattle who support her.

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