Candidates And Issues

Welcome to the page where we present issues important to self-governance and the candidates we believe are more likely to defend our rights. Unless a Candidate is endorsed by the Republican party AND has accepted that endorsement, the candidate is not beholden to our plaform. For instance, a Republican Candidate for the Washington State Legislature is expected to respect our plaform, where a non-partisan school board candidate may not have asked for our support, but we have decided that school board candidate is more likely than the others, or more likely than not, to represent the values of individual rights and liberty. Don’t forget to see us at our Facebook page to discuss the candidates and the issues with others. We ask everyone to be civil with others. People who disagree with liberty may be there. Please be nice to them (you win more people with honey…).

Russ Reuther announces candidacy for Kitsap Coroner

Kick-off on Thursday, April 12, 2018 –  and Russ will be at our LincolnDay Dinner! Russ Reuther, (360) 865-0747 KITSAP COUNTY CHIEF DEPUTY CORONER ANNOUNCES HIS CANDIDACY Chief Deputy Seeks 1st Term, is Committed To “Leadership, Service, & Compassion” KITSAP COUNTY, WASHINGTON – Kitsap County’s Chief Deputy Coroner, Russ Reuther, has announced his candidacy for the office of Coroner in the upcoming November election. Coroner Greg Sandstrom is retiring after 20 years as Kitsap’s elected Coroner. “I’ve enjoyed working for and with Greg Sandstrom, and I am committed to continuing to provide leadership to the Coroner’s office with the
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Bills of Interest regarding family, religion, gender identity *Action Needed!*

Family Policy Institute of Washington (FPIW) has made it easy for us to follow all the bills pertaining to religious liberty, sexual orientation, Life and family. Click on this link here: Take Action on a Bill This Bill Tracker lists 14 bills of concern for the 2018 legislative session…color coded for “goodness or badness” :-): Green for Support, Red for Oppose. In short, if you would like to make an impact follow these QUICK and EASY steps to let your legislator know. 1. Phone the Legislative Hotline at (800) 562-6000 (open ’til 7:00 p.m.) 2. Give the nice lady your
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