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4 Year Short and Full Term – Whatcom

Simon Sefzik

(Prefers Republican Party)


(360) 201-7610

PO BOX 144


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Candidate Statement

Elected Experience
State Senator, 42nd District

Other Professional Experience
Senate Committee on Housing and Local Government; Senate Committee on Higher Education and Workforce Development; Senate Committee on Health and Long-Term Care; The White House, Office of Intergovernmental Affairs; The White House Management Office, Executive Office of the President; Nomi Health, Incident Commander; Four Time National Speech and Debate Champion; American Moot Court Association Champion

BA in American Politics and Policy Studies (Summa Cum Laude) Patrick Henry College; Whatcom Community College

Community Service
Bellingham Central Lions Club, Board Member; Whatcom County Farm Bureau Member; Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America Member; Ferndale Senior Center Volunteer; Debate Coach


It’s been an honor serving Whatcom County as your Senator. From the back yards of Bellingham to the front yards of Ferndale, I have been welcomed by Republicans, Democrats, and Independents that are excited about our historic campaign. I believe our generation deserves a voice at the table to find solutions to serious issues facing us.

I’m concerned about the direction of our county. Families are hurting from high crime rates, skyrocketing inflation, soaring gas and food prices, high housing costs, and crushing taxes. During the legislative session, I introduced legislation to suspend the state gas tax and lower property taxes, fought to fix anti-police laws supported by my opponent, and brought in millions of dollars of flood relief. There is more to do, and I will continue to fight for you.

This is our home; I want to serve you and represent the diversity here in the 42nd district. Your views and beliefs matter. I will always listen and hear you. My track record shows I have worked with members of both parties to protect Whatcom County, improve our quality of life, and preserve our pristine environment. It would be an honor to have your vote!

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