Orwall the candidate of choice for state house

Here in the 33rd Legislative District we have some the best people representing us: U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, U.S. Congressman Adam Smith, State Sen. Karen Keiser, State Rep. Dave Upthegrove. It’s not by coincidence that each of them endorses Tina Orwall for state representative in the 33rd.

Here in the 33rd Legislative District we have some the best people representing us: U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, U.S. Congressman Adam Smith, State Sen. Karen Keiser, State Rep. Dave Upthegrove. It’s not by coincidence that each of them endorses Tina Orwall for state representative in the 33rd.

Tina has been serving our community for many years on important issues like schools, healthcare, housing and the environment. She has a demonstrated record of success building partnerships to solve community issues. Her Republican opponent — not so much!

Tina Orwall’s opponent is blanketing the district with signs, continuing to hide his Republican affiliation. Signs are NOT evidence of ability or experience - just his deep pockets. Tina won the primary with 60 percent of the vote.

Tina is the candidate with real leadership experience. Tina Orwall will be an effective voice for us in Olympia. Vote for experience. Vote Tina Orwall on Nov. 4.

Thad Stevens

Kent




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