President Donald J. Trump
Donald J. Trump is the very definition of the American success story. Throughout his life he has continually set the standards of business and entrepreneurial excellence, especially with his interests in real estate, sports, and entertainment. Likewise, his entry into politics and public service resulted in the Presidential victory in, miraculously, his first ever run for office.
After graduating from the Wharton School of Finance, Mr. Trump followed in his father’s footsteps as a real estate developer, and he entered the world of real estate development in New York. The Trump signature soon became synonymous with the most prestigious of addresses in Manhattan and subsequently throughout the world. An accomplished author, Mr. Trump has authored over fourteen bestsellers and his first book, The Art of the Deal, in addition to being the #1 book of the year, is considered a business classic…. READ MORE
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Vice President Mike Pence
Michael R. Pence was born in Columbus, Indiana, on June 7, 1959, one of six children born to Edward and Nancy Pence. As a young boy he had a front row seat to the American Dream. After his grandfather immigrated to the United States when he was 17, his family settled in the Midwest. The future Vice President watched his Mom and Dad build everything that matters – a family, a business, and a good name. Sitting at the feet of his mother and his father, who started a successful convenience store business in their small Indiana town, he was raised to believe in the importance of hard work, faith, and family.
In 1981, Vice President Pence set off for Hanover College, earning his bachelor’s degree in history. While there, he renewed his Christian faith which remains the driving force in his life. He later he attended Indiana University School of Law and met the love of his life, Second Lady Karen Pence…. READ MORE
Secretary Of State Kim Wyman
Kim Wyman is Washington’s 15th Secretary of State. First elected in 2012, she is the second female Secretary of State in Washington history and the only woman currently in statewide executive office. She was re-elected to a new four-year term in November 2016. Prior to being elected Secretary of State, Kim served as Thurston County Elections Director for nearly a decade and was elected County Auditor in 2001.
As Secretary, Kim heads one of the most diverse offices in state government. Her responsibilities include overseeing elections, corporation and charity filings, the Washington State Library, Washington Talking Book & Braille Library, and the State Archives. She also oversees a number of special programs including the Combined Fund Drive for charitable giving by public employees, the Address Confidentiality Program to protect victims of domestic violence and stalking, and Legacy Washington, the history programs and special exhibits that tell the state’s intriguing stories…. READ MORE
State Treasurer Duane Davidson
Duane Davidson was elected as Washington State Treasurer in 2016. Prior to that, Duane took office as Benton County Treasurer in 2003, and was re-elected in 2014 to his fourth term. He is a Certified Public Accountant and keeps his license current.
He is currently serving his second term as President for the Washington State Association of County Treasurers (WSACT) and previously served as Treasurer for that organization. He has also served on the Audit, Legislative and Website committees as well as being the historian/archivist for WSACT…. READ MORE
Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers
Cathy McMorris Rodgers is Eastern Washington’s chief advocate in Congress and a rising star in American politics. Since first being elected to the House in 2004, she has earned the trust of her constituents and praise on Capitol Hill for her hard work, conservative principles, bipartisan outreach, and leadership. As someone who grew up on an orchard, worked at her family’s small business, and later became a wife and mom of three, McMorris Rodgers has lived the American Dream, and she works every day to rebuild that Dream for our children and grandchildren.
As Chair of the House Republican Conference, she is the fourth highest-ranking Republican in the House and the highest-ranking woman in Congress. She is also the longest-serving woman in Republican leadership, and in November of 2016 she was appointed to serve as a vice chair of President-elect Trump’s Transition Team…. READ MORE
Congressman Dave Reichert
Congressman Dave Reichert brings over 40 years of public service experience to Washington. Reichert is serving his sixth term as the Representative from the Eighth Congressional District of Washington.
Congressman Reichert serves on the House Ways and Means Committee, with appointments to three subcommittees: Tax Policy, Human Resources, and Trade, of which he is Chairman.
Reichert has a remarkable record of service. Decisive leadership, integrity and tireless dedication are his hallmarks. From 1971 through 1976, Reichert was a member of the U.S. Air Force Reserve. In 1972 Reichert joined the King County Sheriff’s Office and in 1997 he became the first elected sheriff in 30 years. Under his leadership, the county saw a significant drop in violent crime. Reichert brought national recognition to the Sheriff’s Office as head of the Green River Task Force solving the largest serial murder case in U.S. history. As Sheriff, Reichert also brought an unprecedented $28 million in federal funding to King County law enforcement efforts…. READ MORE
Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler
Jaime Herrera Beutler was first elected to Congress at the age of 31 to represent Southwest Washington’s 3rd District. Jaime was raised in Southwest Washington and brings legislative experience, an independent voice and a desire to serve her home community to Washington, DC.
Jaime is one of the youngest women currently serving in the U.S. Congress. National Journal included her on their list of “The Top 25 Most Influential Washington Women Under 35.” She is the first Hispanic in history to represent Washington state in the U.S. House of Representatives, and was named to MSNBC’s “Top 10 Latino Politicians to Watch.”
Growing up, Jaime graduated from Prairie High School and was member of the Prairie’s women’s basketball team. She also participated in activities like 4-H, fishing at Battle Ground Lake on opening day and swimming in the Lewis River. Jaime has a deep appreciation for what makes Southwest Washington special…. READ MORE
Congressman Dan Newhouse
Representative Dan Newhouse is a lifelong resident of Central Washington and is honored to represent the 4th District in Congress. A third-generation Yakima Valley farmer, Dan brings real-world experience to Congress as a businessman and former state legislator ready to work hard in support of conservative solutions that encourage job creation and economic opportunity in Central Washington. Dan understands that looking out for taxpayers means that Congress must stay on budget and make the government work efficiently to fulfill its responsibilities.
Dan serves on three committees with jurisdiction on critical legislative issues for the 4th District; these include Committees on Agriculture; Natural Resources; and Rules.
From 2009 to 2013, Dan served as Director of Washington State’s Department of Agriculture, where he listened to the concerns of Washington farmers and promoted the state’s agricultural resources….. READ MORE
Washington State House Republicans
We understand we must sacrifice time away from our families and jobs in order to serve the people who elected us. In Olympia, we form a different kind of family, pursuing the causes and goals that bring us together: fiscal responsibility, better education, smaller government, safe neighborhoods, greater freedoms and accountability to the people.
Washington State Senate Caucus
Washington State is divided into 49 legislative districts – each served by one Senator and two members of the House of Representatives. In both the House and Senate, there is a Republican Caucus and a Democrat Caucus. A caucus is a decision-making body whose members share a common political philosophy, guiding principles and values. The Senate Republican Caucus, therefore, consists of Republican members of the Washington State Senate who meet together and work as a team.
Senate Republicans believe that government should be held accountable to the taxpayers, that budgets adopted by the Legislature should be fiscally responsible and sustainable during economic downturns, and that the best government is one which governs by encouraging individual initiative and responsibility.