Newsletter Correction – October 2022 Edition


Regarding Ranked Choice Voting.

Newsletter Correction:  The newsletter was already published when a correction was found.  In the “Reject Proposition 3, Ranked Choice Voting” the first line should have read: “After failing in committee, Kevin Ranker and Sharon Abreu brought back Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) to the County Charter Review Commission, where the majority did pass it.”  A presentation was made by both sides to the entire Charter Review Committee after the motion had failed in committee due to lack of a second to the motion.

Other Resources:

VOTE NO or REJECT on Rank Choice Voting
Important Announcement!          September 13, 2022

San Juan County Seeks Planning Commissioners

Conservatives! Apply now! Two positions are open on San Juan County’s Planning Commission… Read on

The WA State Senate is having an Environment Committee work session this Friday, considering the effects of the upcoming state cap-and-trade tax hike. There’s time for public comment. If you’re unhappy about that tax hike, this is your chance to speak up.
Sign-up link below.

Todd Myers 🐟🌲🐝 @WAPolicyGreen

@juliecbarrett OK! Both the House and Senate are holding work sessions on the CO2 tax, but only the Senate is taking public comment (hence my confusion).

So, sign up and fire away!

Happy #Thanksgiving from all of us at the Washington State Republican Party!

We hope your day is filled with family, friends, and Turkey!

Biden advisor Amos Hochstein says Biden wants to refill the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) at $70/barrel.

REMINDER: Just over two years ago, Democrats blocked the Trump administration from replenishing the SPR at just $24/barrel.

We are still in the fight, ballot curing can take place until the 28th at 5pm.

We are less than 1% away & close to a recount.

For assistance checking ballot status or to request an affidavit call/text 360-798-4908 / email
Check ballot status 🧵👇

Joe Kent for WA-3 @joekent16jan19

1/ Make sure your vote is counted!

Check your ballot status to ensure your ballot is not “rejected” or “returned” if it is you have until the 28th to fix it & resubmit –

From @Crosscut: Rep. Ed Orcutt, R-Kalama, pointed to rising inflation and rising property taxes as a reason to give back some tax dollars. “Somewhere in here we have got to figure out some sort of tax relief,” said Orcutt. #waleg

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Sen. Lynda Wilson: Costly new budget just signed by @GovInslee just made WA a more regressive place to live. People would have been far better off with the Republican approach…which offered tax relief, not new/higher taxes. #waleg #Washington #taxapalooza

Jay Inslee on signing carbon legislation which has conservatively been estimated by respected consulting firms to raise the cost of gas by 95 cents/gal by 2028: “Don’t let anyone give you that swill that it is going to increase prices.” 2:07 pm 5/17/21 #waleg

And just like that, with a single-vote margin (25-24) and bipartisan opposition, an income tax passes off the Senate floor. Not an excise tax…an income tax. Something Washingtonians have voted down 10 times and still oppose according to a recent Elway Poll. #NoIncomeTax #waleg

For months conservatives have criticized WA Gov Inslee’s handling of the pandemic. But now even some Democrats are exasperated at the pace of reopening. As are some local officials. Here’s our story: #COVID19 #wagov #waleg

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Capitol Buzz: What’s next for WA’s drug possession law?; GOP releases ‘Power Washington’ energy plan for 2023 legislative session; In a first, King County moves against WA for mental health failures in jails. #waleg

BREAKING: Senate Republicans just elected new leadership roles for 2023. Our team is ready to advocate and fight for you. #waleg #RestorePublicSafety #ReturnAffordability #RebuildTrust


Capitol Buzz: WA Legislature makeup, leadership almost finalized ahead of 2023 session; State sees increase in revenue forecast, legislators will likely disagree on how to spend it; WA hospitals struggle to retain nurses as financial outlook sours. #waleg

Capitol Buzz: Bellevue police chief calls loss of motorcycle Officer Jordan Jackson a ‘tragedy’; Washington AG: Supreme Court should allow capital gains collection before ruling on tax; Solar projects progress over Yakima County’s protest. #waleg

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