|Sent on:||Thursday, August 2, 2012 8:32 PM|
MORE INFORMATION TO ASSIST YOU IN YOUR DECISION MAKING:
Dr. Art Coday – longtime member of the Shoreline Caucus, stongly conservative, and a man of values and character
US Rep – 1 st District
John Koster to replace Jay Inslee!
US Rep – 1 st District – One month short term
US Rep – 7 th District
Ron Bemis – most qualified Republican on the ballot
Rob McKenna – Not as conservative as Sharam Hadian, but has high likelihood of beating Jay Inslee.
Bill Finkbeiner – Experienced and well-qualified Republican, but some express concern that he’s endorsed by NARAL (abortion-rights group).
Secretary of State
Kim Wyman - Very qualified, hardworking, conservative.
James Watkins - James is very qualified for this office. He’s spoken to the Shoreline Caucus a number of times. His opponents are current Democratic state legislators, and asking a state legislator to serve as auditor is like asking the fox to guard the henhouse.
State Attorney General:
Steve Pidgeon - Steve seems extreme to some people, but Reagan Dunn lost my vote when he voted in favor of gay marriage on the King County Council.
Commissioner of Public Lands:
Clint Didier - Clint will “kick butt” in the state government and will have no patience for bureaucratic shenanigans. He’s not a polished politician, but Clint’s a guy who will always do what’s right.
Superintendent of Public Instruction:
Ron Higgins – Ron possesses conservative values not professed by the other candidates. In addition, unlike most of the other candidates, he hasn’t served as a leader in the teacher’s union – in my view, asking a teacher’s union leader to serve as Superintendent of Public Instruction seems counter-productive.
32nd District Washington State Representative:
Position 1 – Randy Hayden
Position 2 – Eric Alvey