Recommendations for the November 2018 Mid-Term General Election

Here is the familiar yellow-and-black slate card, which may already have appeared in your mailbox and in doorbelling literature drops. We encourage you to vote, and then share this card with your like minded neighbors, friends and family, and ask them to do the same. Below, we list the Whatcom Republicans recommendations, in the order they …

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Vote NO on I-1639

So-called ‘gun safety initiative’ has so many constitutional problems that only the Washington State Supreme Court could possibly uphold it. Whatcom Republicans are just as saddened, outraged and angered as anyone, whenever some deranged bully violates the human rights of innocent victims by shooting up a school or other public place. But we are further …

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Whatcom Republicans to Endorse/Support Non-Partisan Candidates

The Whatcom County Republican Party will endorse/support non-partisan candidates below for the November 7, 2017 General Election. Phil Morgan – Whatcom County Council District 1 Eric Bostrom – City of Bellingham Council At Large On a related note, the WCRP Precinct Committee Officers (PCO’s) in a divided vote (after considerable discussion pro and con), approved …

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Reject Initiative 735: Keep our elections balanced

The first thing voters need to know about Initiative 735 is that it is technically advisory in nature, meaning that it doesn’t actually change anything. A “yes” vote would simply urge Washington’s congressional delegation to propose a constitutional amendment that would reserve constitutional rights for people, but not corporations. In other words, I-735 is an …

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Initiative 1501 – How Unions Misinform Members and Criminalize Dissent

Initiative 1501 is probably the most convoluted initiative on the ballot this November. We hope you’ll read the entirety of this short article, as it is extremely important to be informed about this initiative and make the right choice when voting. I-1501 alleges to help protect three classes of people against identity theft: Seniors, disabled …

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