Jinyoung Englund earns endorsement of The Seattle Times

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lisa Schreiner lisa@jinyoungenglund.com (206) 349-7542 October 13, 2017 Jinyoung Englund earns endorsement of The Seattle Times Woodinville, WA — Earlier today, The Seattle Times Editorial Board endorsed Jinyoung Englund for 45th legislative district senate race. The Seattle Times is the largest-circulation daily newspaper in the state of Washington, and has the largest Sunday circulation in the Pacific Northwest. In their endorsement, the Times noted “Voters in the 45th Legislative District should elect Jinyoung Lee Englund to the state Senate to preserve a balance of power between Democratic and Republican control in state government.” Englund has campaigned widely on the importance of preserving a… Click Here to Read More

Central Committee Meeting on Sept 30th (and the news digest)

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  GREETINGS CONSERVATIVES:   Announcing: Central Committee Meeting  Sept 30th, 12 pm Heritage Bank meeting room in Friday Harbor  535 Market Street  (go around back)   And Announcing an Encore Event: with Ed Kilduff, Hydrologist  Oct 7th Orcas Island  More details forthcoming Save the Date!   Public Service Announcements: Flu Clinic, Burn Ban lightened  First a public service announcement — fall flu clinics are coming shortly, between Sept 20th and Nov 15th, depending on your island.   Also, campfire restrictions are being eased. It’s been a bad year for fires!   Lasty, the “local newspapers are producing the second annual Senior Resource Guide. Like last… Click Here to Read More

A Difficult Summer

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GREETINGS CONSERVATIVES!   IT’S BEEN A DIFFICULT SUMMER! view email in original formatting here   Another September 11th has come and gone, but we haven’t forgotten the fallen. I still remember exactly where I was and exactly what I was doing. I can’t say that about last Thursday, much less a date almost 2 decades ago. Soon thereafter I changed my major to Middle East Studies/Arabic and planned a career in the Intelligence Services — a life plan that didn’t pan out, as is often the case. Many other life plans didn’t workout that day, and in much more profound… Click Here to Read More

Digest our local news: strike ends, county settles on court case, hunting season arrives, Reichart retires

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Greetings Conservatives!   Picture: central washington on fire   This week is short and sweet. I have no announcements to make, and no issue to spotlight.   Local News Digest “San Juan County settles with alleged assault victim.” (Journal) The county admitted no fault, and settled for a very small amount of money. If there was really a case, the settlement would have been much higher. The county risk pool apparently decided to settle. Whatever else he may be, Ron Krebs seems a very decent person, so it would take quite a bit for me to believe allegations of wrongdoing… Click Here to Read More

SJI strike, ferry drama continues, locals on harassment of Republicans and more

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GREETINGS CONSERVATIVES!   As residents of an island, I think we know better than many how vulnerable one can be when things go wrong. We express our sincerest condolences to those in harms way as Hurricane Harvey causes untold devastation and trauma. You are in our thoughts and prayers. The Houston Chronicle lists some ways you can help. Locals Respond to SJCRP Statement on Harassment of Republicans This week our press release regarding harassment Republicans received in the county fair was covered by all of Sound Publishing’s papers. It was posted online in the Journal, the Sounder, and the Islands weekly. Islands Guardian chose not… Click Here to Read More

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