SEIU nurses and healthcare workers like us interview the candidates and ask them how they’ll stand on our issues to protect our patients, contracts, and healthcare funding in our state. We want elected leaders who will stand up for our families and for us as healthcare workers. Take a look at who SEIU members recommend for election. Vote in the primary by August 7, 2012.
Candidates Jay Inslee and Rob McKenna were both invited to meet with SEIU members to discuss their positions on healthcare, education, our collective bargaining rights, and the economy.
Bob Ferguson is committed to defending the people of this state and has worked to protect mental health care in our community. He will take on those who break the rules, like big banks and insurance companies. Bob will fight for all of us, instead of letting corporate interests control our state.
Secretary of State
Kathleen Drew is the only candidate who has both statewide executive and legislative experience, having worked for the Governor and been a state legislator. She is committed to increasing turnout of young voters and the economically disadvantaged.
Mike Kreidler has earned our support for his continuing work to hold wealthy insurance companies accountable to their staggering profits, while patients struggle to afford care.
Court of Appeals, Division 2
|10||Mary Margaret Haugen|
|21||Mary Helen Roberts|
|24||Kevin Van De Wege|
|37||Sharon Tomiko Santos|
|43||Speaker Frank Chopp|
Pierce County Assessor-Treasurer
Pierce County Council, District 4
jrojas July 17th, 2012