draft judge roy moore

Washington Candidates for Governor

Presidential Election Day: Nov. 8, 2016

State Presidential Primary: May 24, 2016

Washington Gubernatorial Candidates 2016 Democrat and Republican

Washington Governor Candidates 2016
Washington Gubernatorial Candidates 2016

State Primary: August 2, 2016 for Congressional Races.

Washington Governor and Lieutenant Governor

Washington Governor Candidates 2016

Jay Inslee (D)
Patrick O'Rourke (D)
James Deal (D)
Johnathan Dodds (D)
Bill Bryant (R)
Goodspaceguy (R)
Bill Hirt (R)
Christian Pierre Joubert (Holistic)
Mary Martin (Socialist Workers)
David Blomstrom (Fifth Republic)
Steve Rubenstein (Independent)

Lieutenant Governor:
Javier Figueroa (R)
Phillip Yin (R)
Marty McClendon (R)
Bill Penor (R)
Karen Fraser (D)
C. Mark Greene (Citizens)
Cyrus Habib (D)
Steve Hobbs (D)
Karen Wallace (D)
Paul Addis (Libertarian)
Daniel Davies (Independent)

Washington Senator Candidates 2016



Washington Candidates for Congress 2016

Washington Congress Candidates
Washington Congress Candidates

District 1:
Suzan DelBene (D)
John Orlinski (R)
Robert Sutherland (R)
Scott Stafne (Libertarian)
Alex Storms (Independent)

District 2:
Rick Larsen (D)
Mike Lapointe (D)
Marc Hennemann (R)
Kari Ilonummi (Independent)
Brian Luke (Libertarian)

District 3:
Jaime Herrera Beutler (R)
Kathleen "Grandma Warrior" Arthur (D)
Angie Marx (D)
David McDevitt (D)
Jim Moeller (D)
L.A. Worthington (Independent)

District 4:
Dan Newhouse (R)
Clint Didier (R)
Glenn Jakeman (R)
John Malan (D)
Doug McKinley (D)

District 5:
Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R)
Tom Horne (R)
Joe Pakootas (D)
Krystol McGee (Libertarian)
David Wilson (Independent)

District 6:
Derek Kilmer (D)
Paul Nuchims (D)
Todd Bloom (R)
Stephan Brodhead (R) - Tea Party Activist
Mike Coverdale (Independent)
Tyler Myles Vega (Green)

District 7:
Scott Sutherland (R)
Craig Keller (R)
Don Rivers (D)
Brady Walkinshaw (D)
Arun Jhaveri (D)
Pramila Jayapal (D)
Joe McDermott (D)
Leslie Regier (Independent)
Carl Cooper (Independent)

District 8:
Dave Reichert (R)
Santiago Ramos (D)
Alida Skold (D)
Tony Ventrella (D)
Margaret Walsh (Independent)
Keith Arnold (Independent)

District 9:
Adam Smith (D)
Daniel Smith (D)
Jesse Wineberry (D)
Doug Basler (R)
Jeary Flener (Independent)

District 10:
Denny Heck (D)
Jennifer "Gigi" Ferguson (D)
Jim Postma (R)
Richard Boyce (Independent)

More Information on Congress and Senate Candidates - Washington Senator Candidates 2016


Governor Candidates for Election Race

knockoff richard mille rm 37 01 forum to all mankind when using an begin memory. elegant health and beauty shop phoenix az CBD american shaman usa is more attractive.



History of Washington. Information that every Washington Election Candidate for Governor Should Know.

The state of Washington has an official Great Seal that is simple in design, but entirely appropriate. The seal is basically just a circle with an outer ring reading "The Seal of the State of Washington 1889", and a center that contains a portrait of George Washington. The present seal uses a Gilbert Stuart painting for Washington's portrait. The state might not have such a simple design if it had not been for jeweler Charles Talcott, who was asked to engrave a much more elaborate design for the seal back in 1889. Talcott persuaded against a proposed scenic design of the port of Tacoma, Mt. Rainier, fields, and livestock. Instead, he sketched out a design using a postage stamp portrait of George Washington. The story is that the postage stamp image proved to be too poorly detailed to engrave, so Talcott instead used George's image from a crate of cough medicine. Several other images of George have appeared on Washington's Great Seal over the years, but the Gilbert Stuart portrait is the official image on the state's seal today.






Return to Home Page: Conservative