Month: October 2018

Herrera Beutler backed by law enforcement

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, has received the backing of the Washington State Fraternal Order of Police. The organization represents 2,600 police officers state-wide. An endorsement letter sent last week cites […]

Oregon governor will talk about replacing I-5 bridge, but has conditions

During the final debate between the Democratic and Republican party candidates for Oregon governor discussed issues with direct bearing on Clark County residents: replacing the Interstate 5 bridge, tolls and […]

Jiles keeps party endorsement

Damion Jiles, a Democratic candidate for state representative, will keep his party’s endorsement despite revelations that two different women filed two different restraining orders against him over a decade ago. Under […]

Herrera Beutler on “ultra liberal” plot to stop Washington residents from driving

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler has said in the past she’s against Initiative 1631 because it would stifle the economy. But during a chat on a conservative radio show last week, Herrera […]

An issue of attendance

Somehow the question of who will attend what debate, forum, or speaking event has become one of many campaign issues for the 3rd Congressional District. It started in earnest when […]

Veneman talks homelessness, light rail, marijuana, park fees on CVTV

Earlier this week, the internet was treated to a video of Elisabeth Veneman interacting with another human being. Since announcing her challenge to Clark County Councilor Julie Olson, a fellow Republican, […]

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