Your vote may be worth a million dollars this for votes

Every day I go door to door and talk to the voters who I am campaigning to represent.  I talk to local people about local problems.  

There is a California billionaire trying to buy the vote in our district.

Frequently, I encounter teams of paid canvassers from Seattle and Tacoma getting paid$14.50/hr to knock on doors.  They are coming to our district because Tom Steyer, a California Billionaire is paying to get out the hyper-partisan vote in our district. His agenda is to secure a $1/gallon carbon tax that could cripple our local economy.

The 45th district has become a battleground for interest groups from outside our community.

With all of the political money flowing in here, who is really going to represent us in Olympia after this election? Voters need to know what is happening behind the scenes and it is not good.

Larry Springer serves his party leadership in Seattle, not Eastside voters.  His party and a their billionaire financier from San Francisco  have spent over $1,000,000 this year in our district to buy the election.

Because this election may be won or lost by as little as one thousand votes, your vote could be worth $1,000 or more to this well oiled political machine.  The closer the election is, the more valuable your vote.

Do not wait, turn in your ballot and make sure your voice counts. We have a right to be represented in Olympia, that is why I am running.   Please keep our representation local:

  • Our campaign has raised less than $20k from mostly friends and family.
  • I personally go out late at night when traffic has died down to pound our yard signs into the ground
  • During the day we walk house to house to tell people what our priorities are and how I will represent us in Olympia: Reduce Traffic, Fund Education First, No Income Tax

We need to keep our representation local. Whether you are a Republican or a Democrat, I ask that you keep me informed of the issues that matter to you and the best solutions to address them.  I humbly ask for your vote.