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bipartisan moneyI estimate that somewhere between 80 and 95 percent of the corruption in the Republican Party of Washington State originates, depends on, or culminates in King County.

 

On October 27, King County SUPERIOR COURT will, again, hear a landmark case determining whether the King County Judiciary is willing to begin upholding Washington State Law and require Lori Sotelo’s King County Republican Party organization to obey it. (more…)

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conservatives-against-trump2 I’ve been reading the political prognostications.

One thing is clear.

If the Republican Party nominates Donald Trump, the Party’s finished.

 

Another thing is also clear… (more…)

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suicidal-gop(An open appeal to the grassroots and the Party Chair)

To begin with I want everyone to know this the hardest topic I have ever written about. But after a lot of soul searching and prayer I decided I no choice but to write this.

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Seattle, WA

John White

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In what could become a landmark decision for grassroots involvement over elite, dictatorial power, the State of Washington Court of Appeals, Div. I today overturned a King County liberal ruling that it was okay for Lori Sotelo and her bylaws to violate Washington Law (RCW 29A.80.061).  The ruling comprises a rebuke to  longtime GOP attorney John White. (more…)

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All over the State of Washington on Saturday (Feb. 20), Republicans held their equivalent of the Iowa Caucuses – but with much different results. The average attendance at one of Iowa’s 1,687 caucuses in 2016 was over a hundred people.

iowa caucus cropped

…………………………………………ONE Iowa caucus…………………………………………..

We have no “official” reports in Washington, but based on our initial investigation the average number of people attending a Washington State GOP caucus in 2016 may have been 1. You read that correctly. One. Perhaps less. And the reasons are clear.

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Washington State pooled caucuses (composite photo). Each folded placard , on each table, is one caucus (example circled in red, foreground). [click to enlarge]

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en·dorse·ment

inˈdôrsmənt,enˈdôrsmənt/
noun
noun: endorsement; plural noun: endorsements; noun: indorsement; plural noun: indorsements
  1. 1.
    an act of giving one’s public approval or support to someone or something.
    synonyms: support, backing, approval, seal of approval, agreement, recommendation, championship, patronage, affirmation, sanction;

    informal buy-in
    “the proposal won their overwhelming endorsement”

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I moved here from southern California when I was 23 years old. Prior to that time I had no involvement in politics, other than being a big believer in President Reagan. What got me going was, my wife Michele was listing to a guy named Rush Limbaugh on the radio one day not to long after we moved here. In short, Rush really got me interested in politics.

Mark HulstMy first experience in politics was in 1994 when Michele and I were living in Mt Vernon. That was when I had the good fortune of meeting Jason Vorva and Mark Hulst. (more…)

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