The Times recommends: Mark Miloscia for State Senate, 30th Legislative District

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The Times recommends: Mark Miloscia State Senate, 30th Legislative District Strengths: Commitment to open government and accountable spending, upholding the Public Records Act Voters in the 30th Legislative District should return Mark Miloscia, R-Federal Way, to the state Senate — mainly due to his commitment to government transparency and open records. By: Seattle Times editorial board The Seattle TimesOriginally published … Read More

Re-Election Announcement


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE APRIL 18, 2018 Contact: Tim Sheldon (360-490-0351) Drew MacEwen (360-250-0730) Dan Griffey (360-204-9636) Re-Election Announcement Mason County WA:  35th district legislators Representative Dan Griffey R- Allyn, Representative Drew MacEwen R- Union, and Senator Tim Sheldon, D- Potlatch jointly announce their candidacies for reelection. Senator Tim Sheldon is the legislature’s longest serving member.  “Most importantly I am part … Read More

ICYMI: Joint Leadership Statement on Recent Political Stunt by Democratic Party


        For Immediate Release: Nov, 20, 2017 Contact: Kevin Carns, 360.870.5778   (Olympia, WA) Senator Mark Schoesler, Chairman of The Leadership Council and Representative Dan Kristiansen, Chairman of the Reagan Fund release the following statement regarding Tina Podlodowski and WA Democrats recent PDC political stunt. The State Democrat Party and Attorney General Bob Ferguson are both compromised … Read More

The Olympian: Governing requires a majority to act as one


  Governing Requires a Majority to Act as One   BY SEN. JOHN BRAUN A simple but significant question that prevented a budget agreement during the Legislature’s 105-day regular session remains in the overtime that began April 24: No one really knows where the House of Representatives stands on raising taxes. In March, the Senate passed a new, balanced two-year … Read More

Seattle Times: McCleary fix? Senate GOP wants to change teacher pay, how schools are funded


January 27, 2017 Washington state Senate Republicans on Friday released a broad education-funding plan that would change how K-12 teachers are paid and how schools are funded. The proposal is intended to satisfy the state Supreme Court’s education funding order known as the McCleary decision. OLYMPIA — Senate Republicans on Friday released a broad education-funding plan that would change how … Read More