My reelection campaign has been endorsed by COMPAS, the state law enforcement advocacy organization that collectively represents over 2,000 commissioned police officers and deputy sheriffs in Seattle and King County. COMPAS is comprised of the…
In three terms in Olympia, state Rep. Drew Stokesbary has emerged as a sharp, energetic voice for a fast-growing suburban constituency. Voters in the 31st Legislative District have an easy choice to return the Auburn Republican to Olympia in the Aug. 4 primary.
I’m extremely proud to have been named a “Guardian of Small Business” by the Washington chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business. NFIB is “the voice of small business, advocating on behalf of America’s small and independent business owners.”
I’m especially honored to be endorsed by Children’s Campaign Fund. CCF “provides a non-partisan, collective voice and means for the people of Washington state to elect leaders who will put kids first, and to hold them accountable for supporting the whole child.”
For House Position 1, Stokesbary has excelled in his role promoting cautious state budgets for the minority party. He’s also a respectful foil for Gov. Jay Inslee and legislative Democrats.
I’m incredibly excited to receive the “City Champion Award” from the Association of Washington Cities. AWC represents all 281 of Washington’s cities and towns before the state legislature, the executive branch and state regulatory agencies….
Stokesbary showed continued support and dedication through the high-stakes discussions of the consumer data privacy legislation. He played an important role as the ranking minority member on the House Appropriations Committee and is always working hard to stop new taxes from impacting the business community.
Stokesbary’s missteps have been few. When he votes, it generally comes after thoughtful consideration. He’s agile on an array of issues, from health care to transportation with an ear tuned to middle-class concerns.
Voters in the 31st Legislative District should re-elect the Auburn Republican so he can continue working collaboratively within his party and with Democrats.
As reported in the Auburn Reporter, I’m incredibly honored to have been named an “Honorary Fire Chief” and 2018 legislator of the year by the Washington Fire Chiefs, a nonprofit association representing the fire department…