“LET’S MOVE BEYOND DIVISIVE POLITICS AND PUT PEOPLE FIRST”
MEET EMILY RANDALL
I’m excited to announce my campaign for State Senate in the 26th district.
Born and raised here on the Kitsap Peninsula, I know what makes our community special - and I understand the unique challenges we face.
I know that there is more that unites us than divides us and I am frustrated by partisan politicians in Olympia without the courage to do what’s right for you and me, our families and our neighbors.
I’m running to put the people of the 26th district first.
To ensure we are investing in our local economy so that hard-working folks can earn a good living, that we have high quality education to prepare our students for the careers needed most by businesses in our community, and that we all have access to affordable healthcare.
My top priority is hearing directly from you and your neighbors, right here in our district. I want to know what you love about our community and how you think we could do better, your struggles and your hopes. In the coming weeks and months I will be visiting every area of the 26th - from Lakebay to Olalla, Fox Island to Navy Yard City, Purdy to Retsil.
I want to hear from you!
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Today is a big day! I’m being sworn into the Washington State Senate 🙋🏽♀️ AND I have a new IG account! Follow all things at the Capitol over at Instagram.com/senatoremilyrandall 🙌🏽 ... See MoreSee Less
Just a few more days until #swearingin and the start of the 2019 legislative session, and our team is training up so we can hit the ground running! Kali Chargualaf is our Session Aid and Alex Wenman is our Legislative Assistant. You’ll get to know both of them, as well as our session intern, as we work hard for you in Olympia! ... See MoreSee Less
Today feels like New Year’s Day all over again — a bold, bright, ferocious dawn. As these incredible women are sworn in as members of Congress, I’m filled with hope — for our country, for myself, and for the millions of little children who will grow up expecting that women of color, immigrants, Native Americans, LGBTQ folks, women wearing hijab — that we all deserve a place in the halls of power.
(Keep your eyes out for 1/14/19 when we swear in a new class of Washington State Senators that is 50% POC // 50% women // 30% LGBTQ and includes immigrant and refugee stories, millennials, experiences with healthcare needs and housing (in)affordability, firsts-in-their-families and firsts-in-the-state!)
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