Primary Grows Up to Big Time, Herb Meyer Opines, Illegal Immigrant Rights Initiative, and more

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Greetings Conservatives!   If last week’s newsletter was short, this week is long. And every single thing is absolutely necessary. I thought for a long time about what I could cut and couldn’t think of anything more.   Primary Report The primary has come and gone. If you have not yet heard the results, you can look them up for our county on the Elections Office website here. For the state you can go to the Secretary of State’s website here. Likely the most significant thing was that State Senate Candidate Englund did advance to the general election. Her opponent had an 8… Click Here to Read More

Remember to Vote! Ballots due Aug 1st.

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Remember to vote!   Ballots due Aug 1st for the SJI School Board election.   As noted last week, this is a nonpartisan election and the party is taking no position on this. If you want advice, I recommend checking with your PCO for unofficial guidance. The list of PCOs is here. You can find the voter’s guide here. Fair The fair is coming, Aug 14-19th. We need help staffing the booth. This is usually quite a bit of fun. You can signup here or you can email Michelle Loftus meloftus@centurytel.net. News Our most popular feature, the news digest is… Click Here to Read More

State Budget Stumbles Sans Help for Hirst

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Greetings Conservatives!   Thank you Ed Kilduff  and all those who showed up to hear him   A knowledge of Hirst and the water wars in this state is essential to understanding the political situation in our state (see below). School Board A number of people have asked about this. This is not a partisan election and the party is taking no position on this. If you want advice, I recommend checking with your PCO for unofficial guidance. The list of PCOs is here. You can find the voter’s guide here. Kim Wyman Cancer Update I received a note from Susan… Click Here to Read More

Our quarterly ezine is live!! Washington Water Wars, the Affordable Housing debate, and more

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  Greetings Conservatives   This Saturday 15th July   11:30 am  Central Committee Meeting   2 pm Water Wars Lecture and Ice Cream Social   @ Earthbox for details click here      July Ezine Today I would like to announce our new ezine here (takes you to the table of contents on our webpage). Our cover article is Ed Kilduff, our speaker at this Saturday’s event. It is worth reading his article on Water Wars in Washington State before attending so that we can better take advantage of his expertise. We also have an update on the situation with Community Treasures by Dwight Ware, an… Click Here to Read More

Newsletter: Is having water in your house important to you?

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Greetings Conservatives!      Next week we will be publishing our quarterly ezine, to coincide with the July 15th event.   Local and State News Digest Many conservatives were disappointed when I-1552 failed to make the ballot due to insufficient numbers. Email posted on the website here. Skagit Republicans are having a picnic with Glen Morgan on July 22nd. Glen was the Director of the Property Rights Division of the Freedom Foundation from 2011 to 2015 and now is the Washington State Executive Director of CAPR (Citizens Alliance for Property Rights). There are a couple new candidates applying to replace Judge Eaton.… Click Here to Read More