Jim Walsh, a Republican member of the Washington State House of Representatives for Position 1 of the 19th Legislative District, was elected in 2016. His district covers areas along the southwestern coast, including Aberdeen, Westport, Longview and Long Beach. This Legislative session has been brutal in the types of bills and issues that the Democrats are pushing. Jim, a respected, conservative leader, will provide the details and answer your questions about what the future holds.

Andrew Woodyard, Partnership Development Director and Kirk Anderson, Men's Ministries Director, will be sharing from the Pregnancy Resource Clinic (PRC) of Everett. The PRC provides accurate information, free services, and practical support with a holistic and compassionate approach to women and families facing unexpected pregnancies in Everett, WA. ​They give each of their patients the care and attention they need, empowering them to make informed decisions for themselves and their future.

The PRC is a 501c3 non-profit in the state of Washington. ​Community support ensures the ability to meet the needs of local women and men facing unexpected pregnancies. PRC is 100% funded through the generosity of individuals, businesses, and organizations in our community. All donations are tax-deductible.


Jeff Schumacher, a 2002 graduate of Western Washington University, with a BA in Canadian/American economic studies and a minor in political science, believes that many of our lawmakers are supporting bills that are Marxist and these legislators need to be exposed. Further, many citizens are not aware of the extreme danger America faces due to the Marxist agenda which has infiltrated schools and agencies and threatens to take over our country.

Ann Streit,

Ann Streit spent more than 30 years as a Speech/Language Pathologist in the public school system. Recognizing something was amiss, she quit and has spent the last 10 years studying and exposing the radical takeover of education in America. A volunteer for Truth in Textbooks, she has reviewed history textbooks to identify and remove errors and biases before publishing and/or adoption. She is Chair of the recently formed King County Chapter of Moms for Liberty, a group dedicated to fighting for the survival of America by helping parents defend their parental rights at all levels of government. Ann is a mother of two, grandmother of four, and dedicated to the principles that make America the last, best hope: faith, family and freedom. 


Adam Fortney, Snohomish County Sheriff said:

"The number one concern of residents and businesses in Snohomish County is Public Safety. In times that have been unprecedented for public safety, I have served the people with accountable and compassionate leadership.

The law enforcement profession has undergone incredible scrutiny nationwide, and some of it justifiably so. I have been able to strike a balance of looking inward on how to deliver public safety services equitably, while still allowing pro-active policing and supporting our men and women who put their lives on the line everyday for our community.

I look forward to continuing to serve our county with transparency, accountability and compassion in Moving Snohomish County Forward with the Safety You Deserve.”


Bob Hagglund, Chairman Snohomish County Republican Party. Bob has worked at United Health as a data scientist and consultant for five and half years. He has worked in software development and data science for four decades. Politically, he served as the Granite Falls precinct committee officer (PCO) since 2017. He also served as the 39th Legislative District (LD) chair since 2018 and election integrity chairman since 2020. In 2022, Bob ran in the Primary for Washington Secretary of State. He previously also ran for election to the U.S. Senate to represent Washington.

Nate Nehring, Snohomish County Council Position 1 As the District 1 representative on the Snohomish County Council, Nate’s top priorities include passing a balanced budget with no tax increases; supporting public safety & combatting the rise in crime; and fostering family wage jobs & economic growth in Snohomish County. Council District 1 includes Marysville, Arlington, Stanwood, Granite Falls, Darrington, the Stillaguamish Tribe, the Sauk-Suiattle Tribe, and unincorporated North Snohomish County.


Tim Cruickshank, LCDR, USN, SEAL (Retired)–Bonefrog Coffee and Bonefrog Wine, CEO/Founder. The bonefrog is a sacred symbol in the Seal Teams that honors those that gave their lives. Tim understands and has seen the sacrifice required by both the service member and their families to keep the American dream a reality. Tim served 25 years in the US Navy and felt compelled when he retired to honor his Teammates and give back to the community that gave so much to him. This is his way to continue to serve. Bonefrog Coffee was founded on the core concept of sharing stories of courage, selflessness, and sacrifice on and off the battlefield. We will continue to say their names, so their memories will never be forgotten. 


Semi Bird, Candidate for Governor of Washington State