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Bob Ferguson Wants Attention

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. 

AG Bob Ferguson files his 17th LAWSUIT against the Trump administration using our money!

The life-long Seattle politician’s lawsuit against Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos comes four days after he railed against school choice at a protest organized by the WEA.

17 lawsuits in 9 months? Is this normal behavior for state attorneys general? Not unless you’re an attention-getter using your elected position to launch your gubernatorial campaign. In this latest display, it’s clear that Ferguson cares most about gaining approval from Seattle’s left-wing voters.

Ferguson’s lawsuits against the President’s agenda is a waste of taxpayers’ money for personal political gain. 

It also proves that the Democrats are already gearing up for 2020, so it’s time to start building up our volunteer army! Click here to join us.

Be Un-Republican!

We Republicans don’t protest march, shout down free speech or riot like the Democrats do. But tomorrow we need to be COUNTER PROTESTORS on two important justice issues:

King County Courtroom Battle Against Voting on I-27 (Banning Heroin Injection Sites): 

Seattle and the ACLU are protesting I-27 insisting that citizens be denied voting on public health issues. We must counter-protest this outrage which would deny our constitutional right to initiative. Polls show that citizens overwhelmingly reject heroin injection sites as a danger to society. Unlike the City of Seattle, we want compassionate solutions to TREAT the opioid addiction epidemic.

Where: King County Superior Court (516 3rd Ave, Seattle Room W764) with Judge Veronica Galvin

When: 10/13/17 at 10am

Please Note: Wear baseball caps to be identified as pro-I-27

 

WEA Protest Against Education Secretary Betsy DeVos:

Union-funded protestors will be out in force tomorrow night to stop attendees at the Washington Policy Center dinner from hearing Betsy DeVos, a champion of charter schools and school choice. We must counter-protest in favor of our urban minority students who excel when given quality educations in charter schools. The hypocritical left fights school choice on behalf of the WEA, against our kids.

Where: Meet at Bellevue Library (1111 110th Ave. NE), then march to Hyatt Regency Bellevue (900 Bellevue Way NE)
When: 10/13/17 at 4:30pm (WPC Dinner held 6pm-9pm)

Please Note: Bring appropriate pro-school choice signs

 

Thank you for getting involved and fighting the good fight as Republicans can do!

Elected Officials Represent Their Entire Constituency –Regardless of Party

We need YOU to make your voice heard in Washington, D.C. even if your Congressman and Senators are Democrats!

Don’t be dissuaded by the mean spirited, anti-Trump, emotional grandstanding of the left. Remember that your elected leaders represent their entire constituency –regardless of party.

Call or email them with YOUR opinions on tax reform, healthcare, gun control, or any other issue that needs common sense action.

They need to hear from YOU!

U.S. Senator Patty Murray — (202) 224-2621
U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell — (202) 224-3441
Congresswoman Suzan DelBene (WA-1) — (202) 225-6311
Congressman Rick Larsen (WA-2) — (202) 225-2605
Congressman Derek Kilmer (WA-6) — (202) 225-5916
Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal (WA-7) — (202) 225-3106
Congressman Adam Smith (WA-9) — (202) 225-8901
Congressman Denny Heck (WA-10) — (202) 225-9740

Sen. Dino Rossi Announces for WA-8

Bellevue, September 21 –The Washington State Republican Party issued the following statement following the 2017 Annual Dinner:

Dino Rossi Announces Candidacy for WA-8 at WSRP Annual Dinner

This evening, at the Washington State Republican Party’s Annual Dinner in Bellevue, Sen. Dino Rossi announced his candidacy for Washington State’s 8th Congressional District. The election in November 2018 is an open seat since Congressman Dave Reichert announced that he will not seek re-election.

Democrats have claimed that they expect to flip the seat—a doubtful outcome, since the seat has been held by a Republican since the district was created in 1983. Dino Rossi has won the district by at least 55% in every race where his name appeared on the ballot in the 8th. Furthermore, almost all Republicans running for statewide seats in 2016 won in the district by wide margins. In the Presidential race, the conservative candidates combined to win more than 50% of the vote.

The crowd’s response to Sen. Rossi’s announcement tonight proved that he will have strong support in the 2018 race. Republican Chairman Susan Hutchison said tonight, “Democrats should prepare for an uphill battle if they plan to challenge one of Washington’s beloved Republicans in a historically conservative district.”

Chairman Ties Amazon Announcement to 45th Race

Bellevue, September 8 –Susan Hutchison, Chairman of the Washington State Republican Party, issued the following statement:

Chairman Hutchison Connects Amazon Announcement to 45th

Susan Hutchison, Chairman of the WSRP, tied the Amazon announcement that they will seek a “second and equal” headquarters outside of Washington to the special election in the 45th Legislative District.

“The Seattle politicians, all of whom are democrats don’t provide the stable, business friendly environment that allows companies to grow jobs. Amazon has sent a strong signal that they are preparing for a future outside of Seattle and this state. This is a Boeing déjà vu.“

“I’ve seen the polls and watched focus groups with real people who live in the 45th—Redmond, Woodinville and Sammamish and they despise Seattle values, which include an illegal, unconstitutional income tax that the voters have rejected 9 times! The democrat candidate in the 45th brings her Seattle values home with her.”

“Voters in the 45th and across the state, need to understand that the Senate majority rides on this election. We believe balance is what the voters want in Olympia, and they won’t get balance if Republicans don’t win the 45th. Amazon reminds us that these are very high stakes.”




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