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WA 6th Congressional District

Better Together

Born and raised in Washington’s 6th Congressional District, Emily Randall stands as a true representation of the district’s core values. As the daughter of a Shipyard worker and a paraeducator, she has a deep connection to the working-class families in the area.

Emily’s educational journey, beginning at South Kitsap High School and leading her to become the first in her family to attend a four-year college, speaks to her commitment to accessible education.

Her vision involves focusing on aligning education with the local economy’s needs, advocating for affordable education, apprenticeship opportunities, and job training programs.

My story is just like the stories of my neighbors. We’ve all worked hard to cover the rising costs of healthcare, housing, groceries, and gas. I’m running for Congress because this is the best way I can give back and get results for the community that has given me so much – Senator Emily Randall

My Story

Healthcare advocacy is central to Emily’s career, inspired by personal experiences within her family. Her sister Olivia’s life, marked by severe disabilities but enriched by accessible healthcare, underscored the importance of healthcare availability for Emily. This background fuels her dedication to affordable healthcare, particularly for vulnerable groups such as women, children, and the LGBTQ community. Her understanding of healthcare challenges is deeply personal, making her a passionate advocate for robust healthcare solutions in the district.

Emily’s campaign for a seat in Congress is rooted in a desire to give back to the community that shaped her. Her approach goes beyond partisan politics, focusing on developing practical, people-first policies that address the diverse needs of the 6th Congressional District.

Emily’s candidacy is a commitment to serving and enhancing a community she deeply cherishes. Her promise is to prioritize the well-being of her constituents, ensuring that their voices and needs are at the forefront of the legislative agenda in Washington, DC.


Ross Gallagher Former Mason County Commissioner
Sandy Keiser Former Candidate, 35th LD
Vicki Lowe Sequim City Councilmember
Derek Young Former Pierce County Council President
Robyn Denson County Councilmember
Chelsea McElroy Tacoma School Board
Steve Tharinger State Rep, 24th
Sarah Cherin Tacoma Resident
Bernal Baca Tacoma Resident
T’wina Nobles State Senator, 28th, UP School Board
Sergio Flores Former Judicial Candidate
Joy & David Stanford Gig Harbor Residents
Lynn & Bryan Jabs Gig Harbor Residents
Connie & Michael Fitzpatrick Gig Harbor Residents
Manny Santiago Ed, LGBTQ Commission
Melanie Morgan State Rep, 29th LD
Lisa Keating Tacoma School Board
Stella Keating Vice Chair, Pierce County Democrats
Dana Coggon Tacoma Resident
Chris Brown & Pocket Tacoma Residents
Dixie Moony Former Rainbow Center Board Member
Kristin Ang Port of Tacoma Commissioner
Marko Liias State Senator, 21st LD
Karen Keiser State Senator, 33rd LD
Jamika Scott Tacoma City Council
Andy Billig Senate Majority Leader
Kristina Walker Tacoma City Council
Robin Little Wing Sigo Former Suquamish Tribal Council
Brian Hatfield Former Senator 19th
Joe Deets Bainbridge City Council
Vandana Slatter State Representative, 48th LD
Steve Hobbs Secretary of State
Jeff Coughlin Bremerton City Council President
Paddy Mcguire Former Mason County Auditor
Wayne Senter Retired, Washington State Association of Fire Chiefs
Eric Pickens Sequim School Board
Anna Mockler Bremerton City Council
Julie Andrzejewski Tacoma Indivisible Leader
Timothy Farrell Former Pierce County Councilmember
Gerry Pollet State Representative, 46th District
Joe Nguyen State Senator, 34th District
Karen Bolton Bremerton School Board
Michael Goodnow Bremerton City Council
Brenda Lykins Gig Harbor City Council
Frank Grubaugh Key Peninsula Fire Commissioner
Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin Port Angeles City Council
Claudia Kauffman State Senator, 47th LD
Liz Lovelett State Senator, 40th LD
June Robinson State Senator, 38th LD
Derek Stanford State Senator, 1st LD
Javier Valdez State Senator, 46th LD
Marcus Riccelli State Representative, 3rd LD
Bill Ramos State Representative, 5th LD
Lillian Ortiz-Self State Representative, 21st LD
Sharlett Mena State Representative, 29th LD
Jamila Taylor State Representative, 30th LD
Mia Gregerson State Representative, 33rd LD
Emily Alvarado State Representative, 34th LD
Liz Berry State Representative, 36th LD
Julio Cortes State Representative, 38th LD
Mary Fosse State Representative, 38th LD
Joe Timmons State Representative, 42nd LD
April Berg State Representative, 44th LD

Together for a Better Washington

As a candidate born and raised in our community, I understand our needs and this campaign is our collective fight for a better future. Your donation is crucial—it’s an investment in our home and our vision. Every contribution amplifies our voice and brings us closer to positive change where it matters most.