We scored a scalp! For weeks we’ve been bashing Democrats — one of them “retired” last week

by | May 2, 2016

Democrat politicians and their cheerleaders in the press like to pretend that there are different kinds of Democrat legislators.  You constantly hear them banter around terms like “conservative Democrat”, “Independent Democrat”, “Road-Kill Democrat”. 

        It’s a farce.  A joke.  A ruse.  A sham. 

        When it comes to taxes, Democrats are unanimously opposed to making it tougher to raise taxes.  Not a single Democrat in the House and Senate joined with Republicans this session to let the people vote on a 2/3-for-taxes constitutional amendment.  Why?  

*  Because they think they’re smarter than everyone else and so believe they’re elected to rule over the people, not represent them.
*  Because they want it to be easy to take more of the people’s money. 
*  Because they know the constitutional amendment will be overwhelmingly approved by voters.

        For weeks, we’ve been bashing the 58 House and Senate Democrats who disrespected the voters from their pro-2/3 districts by refusing to let the people vote on a tougher-to-raise-taxes constitutional amendment.  

        Well, we’re proud to announce that we’ve scored our first scalp — one of our top targets has decided to “retire” putting Republicans in a great position to pick up that seat (the state house is 50 D’s and 48 R’s so picking up 2 additional seats means the Republicans takeover the state House which means the retirement of Seattle Democrat Frank Chopp as House Speaker). 

        As Donald would say, this is YUUUGE! 

        73% of 31st district voters (in and around Auburn) overwhelmingly support the 2/3.  It’s state senator is conservative icon Pam Roach.  But for years, Democrat Chris Hurst has been able to fool the voters into believing he was a different kind of Democrat, an “Independent Democrat.”   

        But this session’s floor vote on a 2/3-for-taxes constitutional amendment forced Hurst to choose between his constituents and the Seattle-centric Democrat caucus.  That vote — that critical vote — was definitional for him and for all Democrats.  All of these Democrat legislators stand together in the basic conviction that taxpayers aren’t paying enough in taxes and that it oughta be easy to take more of the people’s money.   

        For weeks, we’ve been bashing all 58 undemocratic Democrats with our web videos and web ads in their districts.  Last Tuesday, we sent out an email that targeted just Chris Hurst from the 31st and Pat Sullivan from the 47th district.  On Thursday, Hurst announced he will not run for re-election because he wants “to spend more time with his family.”

        Our efforts are already paying off. 

        Un-electing Democrats who disrespected their constituents is one of our top priorities this election cycle.  Here they are:  


LD 01 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_01
Rosemary McAuliffe, Derek Stanford, and Luis Moscoso


LD 03 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_03
Andy Billig, Marcus Riccelli, and Timm Ormsby


LD 05 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_05
Mark Mullett (elect his pro-2/3 challenger Chad Magendanz)


LD 19 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_19
Dean Takko, JD Rossetti, and Brian Blake


LD 21 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_21
Marko Liias, Strom Peterson, and Lillian Ortiz-Self


LD 23 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_23
Christine Rolfes, Sherry Appleton, and Drew Hansen


LD 24 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_24
Jim Hargrove, Kevin Van De Wege, and Steve Tharinger


LD 27 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_27
Jeannie Darneille, Laurie Jinkins, and Jake Fey


LD 28 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_28
Christine Kilduff (elect pro-2/3 challenger Mike Winkler)


LD 29 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_29
Steve Conway, David Sawyer, and Steve Kirby


LD 31 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_31
Chris Hurst (elect his pro-2/3 challenger Phil Fortunato)


LD 32 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_32
Maralyn Chase, Cindy Ryu, and Ruth Kagi


LD 33 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_33
Karen Keiser, Tina Orwall, and Mia Gregerson


LD 38 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_38
John McCoy, June Robinson, and Mike Sells


LD 40 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_40
Kevin Ranker, Kristine Lytton, and Jeff Morris


LD 41 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_41
Tana Senn and Judy Clibborn


LD 44 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_44
Steve Hobbs and Hans Dunshee


LD 45 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_45
Roger Goodman and Larry Springer


LD 47 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_47
Pat Sullivan (elect his pro-2/3 challenger Barry Knowles)


LD 48 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_48
Cyrus Habib, Patty Kuderer, and Joan McBride


LD 49 — http://www.two-thirds-to-raise-taxes.info/ld_49
Annette Cleveland, Sharon Wylie, and Jim Moeller 

       Voters need to know who these undemocratic Democrats are.  This is a critical effort that we will continue to promote from now until November.

        In addition, Jack, Mike, and I are committed to protecting taxpayers with our follow-up initiatives “Tougher To Raise Taxes” and “Bring Back Our $30 Car Tabs.”  

         We are junk-yard dogs when it comes to this stuff.  So you can count on us to keep trying.   

         But whether we continue to succeed or not is up to you.  We will keep winning on behalf of taxpayers as long as your financial support continues.  Please make a donation today.  With your help and support, we have accomplished extraordinary things for the taxpayers of Washington.  Help us continue.  

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