Have you ever been near a stampede? Have you ever felt the rumble of a large piece of farming equipment or a logging truck drive by? You know that feeling of the earth moving deep in your bones? Here is your opportunity feel that today. Return your ballot to a drop box, the Auditor's officer, or the mailbox and commit to talking to 10 other people to get them to return their ballots, too.
Tiffany Smiley, US Senate
Secretary of State, Write-In Brad Klippert https://www.writeinklippert.com
Dan Newhouse, US House of Representatives, Congressional District 4
The good news is that there is a Republican officially running as a write-in. Brad Klippert. He will be a great Secretary of State - the person who is in charge of elections. Spread the word! Forward this message, p, go to his website and print out flyers, mention it when you talk to people about other campaigns, etc. There are lots of ways to spread the word. If the other two get a third of the vote, Brad only needs to beat that number to win. We can do it, if we spend the time getting the wordo sotuot!ut!t!!
Bob Songer, Sheriff, www.ReElectBobSonger.com
Lori Zoller, County Commissioner
Heather Jobe or Joanne Chambers, Auditor
Renae Campbell, County Auditor
Billi Jean Bare, Assessor
Check your ballot status at: www.votewa.gov
The Auditor’s office says that it may take a few days between receiving your ballot and updating your status so please be patient.
The Klickitat County Republicans (KCR) are proud to endorse Lori Zoller for Klickitat County Commissioner, Position 2. Lori has a diverse background that will serve all members of our community. She grew up in this area, she raised a family in this area, and she built businesses in this area.
Because of her background of living in and being an active contributor to the well-being of Klickitat County, she has respect for the people and its natural resources. As a result, Lori has volunteered and served on many county and local boards over the past 3 decades. This invaluable experience over time has developed her into a leader that not only addresses the issues and challenges facing our county, but does so in a manner that demonstrates an intuitive knowledge of the overlap of various government, business, and private interests.
Lori is a thoughtful and concise communicator. This skill derives from her ability to listen, to ask probing questions, and to consider multiple perspectives before making a decision based on principles and experience.
Lori is an exceptional choice for serving as a County Commissioner, and the KCR confidently and enthusiastically endorses her candidacy for this seat.
Look for this bus in Goldendale on Monday, October 31st, near the courthouse at approximately 3 pm. Meet Tiffany Smiley and her team, bring your ballot to the drop box, and let's say good bye to Patty Murray for the first time in decades. www.PattyPriceHikes.com for more reasons to vote for Tiffany
See you there!
Washington State Secretary of State Race
Write-in Brad Klippert
We had the unfortunate situation this year to have too many Republicans running in the Secretary of State race. Because of the jungle primary, we ended up with no Republican in the race in November. There is a person claiming to be independent, but she is anything but.
The good news is that there is a Republican officially running as a write-in. Brad Klippert. He will be a great Secretary of State - the person who is in charge of elections. Spread the word! Forward this message, post on social media, go to his website and print out flyers, mention it when you talk to people about other campaigns, etc. There are lots of ways to spread the word. If the other two get a third of the vote, Brad only needs to beat that number to win. We can do it, if we spend the time getting the word out!
The next KCR meeting is Tuesday, November 15th, 6-8 pm at the Dallesport Community Center.
This is a change in our normal meeting schedule due to the November 8th election deadline conflicting with our regular meeting.
Will you be tuning into election results? Then throw a Watch Party. Turn up your tv and invite friends and neighbors to watch with you. Make it a potluck, and you won’t even have to worry about making dinner that night. A little bit of community and warm food makes the world a better place.