Join Chairman Caleb Heimlich and Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers in Spokane for the 3rd Annual ‘Heart of the Party’ Reception and help us boost our EWA ground game to help Republicans win in 2021, 2022, and beyond!


“Today, we join all Americans in celebrating Juneteenth, a joyful and momentous day commemorating the end of slavery in our country.”—@GOPChairwoman

From not relinquishing his emergency powers, refusing to acknowledge that we have hit his 70% vaccination threshold, constantly changing the science behind his reopening plan, to signing two bills at the same time on purpose to get attention.

Hear from the man himself, RNC Co-Chairman Tommy Hicks on why you should attend our Flip The 8th Reception and what it means for Washington, as well as the country!

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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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Sheriffs and police chiefs have concerns with the changes caused by HB 1310. House Republicans warned this legislation would make communities less safe. Learn more in this @KUOW story. #waleg

The Washington Research Council concludes that the Legislature (Democrats) spent heavily this past legislative session and potentially created operating budget challenges for the future. Learn more about its findings in this June 16 policy brief: #waleg

From @seattletimes editorial board: Because the Legislature punted on choosing between them and sent both bills, the governor’s job was to figure out which was more important before signing them. Here is where Inslee fell down on his desk. #waleg

From @komonews: “We should open up,” said state Rep. J.T. Wilcox, a House Republican leader. “The governor has achieved what he said he wanted to achieve. The people of Washington have come through on that and we should open up immediately.” #waleg

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