MARY’S PICS NOVEMBER 2, 2020
PRESIDENT Donald Trump
3rd District Jaime Herrera Beutler
10th District WRITE IN Marty McClendon 2 D’s on the ballot, one far left and the other further
GOVERNOR Loren Culp
LT. GOVERNOR WRITE IN Joshua Freed Heck and Liias left and further left again
SECRETARY OF STATE Kim Wyman best we have
STATE TREASURER Duane A. Davidson
STATE AUDITOR Chris Leyba someone who wants to actually do the job
ATTORNEY GENERAL Matt Larkin concentrate on Washington issues not suing he President
COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC LANDS Sue Kuehl Pederson manage the forests so they don’t burn
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Maia Espinoza the current sex ed bill for starters
INSURANCE COMMISSIONER Chirayu Avinash PateL The Libertarian was better but he lost in the primary
Justice Position 3 David Larkin good candidate
Justice Position 6 Richard S. Serns not an activist
2nd Legislative District
Senate Jim McCune I remember him from when he was a rep before the redistricted him out, good man.
Position 1 JT Wilcox better than alternative
Position 2 Andrew Barkis no opposition
20th Legislative District
SENATE John Braun unopposed
POSITION 1 Peter Abbarno bette than alternative
POSIITON 2 Ed Orcutt been good and responds well to constituents
22nd LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT
SENATE Garry Holland he’s not Sam Hunt
POSITION 1 J. D. Ingrim looks like a good candidate, better than Dolan
POSITION 2 Dusty Pierpoint not pro-life, but pro Constitution
35TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT
POSITION 1 Dan Griffey good man
POSITION 2 Drew MacEwen good man
SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE POSITION 8 Scott Ahlf experience and not activist
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 1 HARD CHOICE Far out liberal Carolina Mejia or someone that didn’t want to disclose where he actually lives and was sent packing from a local church. C. Davis
COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2 Gary Edwards only current commissioner that upholds citizen rights
R-90 Reject this to repeal disastrous sex ed bill SB 5395. Says age appropriate, my idea of age appropriate and theirs differs widely. Sexual stimulation training really isn’t appropriate in school., especially before high school. We have a major problem with trafficking this will help the predators not prevent it.
SJR 8212 Allows the state to invest Family and Medical Leave Insurance Account and the Long-Term Care Services and Supports Trust Account funds in stock not just bonds or CD’s. Some other funds are allowed. Vote on your confidence in the stock market, but I trust the people who are against it more that SEIU and AARP who support it. Reject.
Advisory Vote 32 Senate Bill 5323 designed to levy a tax on certain carryout bags provided by retailers. Repeal
Advisory Vote 33 Senate Bill 5628 designed to levy a tax on heavy equipment rentals. Not sure if good or bad. The Senate passed almost unanimously, but the House was split with D’s and R’s on both sides. Our opinion will be ignored in any case. Will vote to repeal.
Advisory Vote 34 Senate Bill 6492 designed to increase the business and occupation tax rate and reduce certain surcharges. Repeal. B&O needs to be reformed to tax net income not gross anyway.
Advisory Vote 35 Senate Bill 6690 designed to increase the business and occupation tax rate on commercial airplane manufacturers. Accept to avoid penalties from International governmental bodies