from my friend, Emily Randall:
I'm thrilled to kick off the new year with BIG NEWS!
UPDATE: Our event - Tuesday, January 9 - 6:30 -8:30 pm - will be at Fiesta Mexican Restaurant on 6th St and Callow Ave! I am SO excited about this location!...
#DIDYOUKNOW that Fiesta is a family-owned and operated restaurant group that opened their first location in Kitsap in 1993? The Bremerton location has been a community staple since 1998.
If you can't make it, keep your eyes out for a link to watch from afar!
If you're joining us in-person on Tuesday, there's a small parking lot in front of Fiesta that is ideal for folks with mobility issues, ample (free!) street parking on Callow, and just up the street on 6th and Mongomery, the Gateway Park & Ride has available parking as well.
Happy Thanksgiving to all of my friends, acquaintances, contributors, and everyone else who had even a small hand in my campaign. I am truly grateful for the things you taught me, your encouragement, your support, and your continuing good wishes. I am so THANKFUL to you ALL. Though I was not able to reach all the voters I wanted to reach, I will still be involved and active to make our district and state a better place to live for ALL the people. HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL OF YOU AND TO EVERYONE ELSE AS WELL.
First and foremost, I’d like to thank voters, volunteers, donors, elected officials and others who have supported me over the past 9 months. Though I strongly disagree with Senator Angel on a number of key issues, she is our elected Senator and needs to listen to the people from our district and not be influenced by the ample resources from big oil, pharmaceutical and tobacco interests, to name just a few. I now know first hand how tough campaigning is and I respect the tremendous effort and energy it takes to win. We knew it would be tough challenging an incumbent, but we couldn’t let Senator Angel run again without being challenged. She is not working for the people of her district and is beholden to corporate America. I urge all the voters to hold her accountable for her actions in Olympia. I know I will.