2020 Candidate Endorsements

Who will fill these Chambers during the 2021 Session?

It’s time to fill the Washington State House and Senate with leaders who will faithfully champion Life, Religious Freedom, Marriage and Family, Parental Rights, and Christian Social Justice.

FPIW Action thanks all candidates who responded to our Primary candidate questionnaire. Below are the lists of legislative candidates who we have received our endorsement for the 2020 General Election on Tuesday, November 3. This list of candidates share our values on Life, Marriage and Family, Parental Rights, Religious Freedom, and Christian Social Justice and will help insure Christians and people of faith views and values are represented in elected office.

If a candidate isn’t listed it is because he or she was not interested in an FPIW Action endorsement and, therefore, chose not to respond to the questionnaire. Not being on the list does not mean that person is not a worthy candidate. Please visit the FPIW Action Voter Guides Library for additional information about all candidates.

In addition to the candidates’ questionnaire answers, we will look at other factors such as election viability, other documented endorsements, and a track record of Christian or family policy advocacy and other actions. Incumbents are further assessed based on their legislative scorecard of session votes taken with regards to FPIW’s 2020 and 2019 legislative agenda, which can be found at here.

2020 General Election Candidate Endorsements

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State Legislature

Last updated on 8/28/20. 2020 General Election endorsements will be added, upon receiving candidate questionnaires. If your favored candidate is not listed, please contact them and ask them to respond to the FPIW Action Candidate Questionnaire.

LD 1: Senate: Art Coday, Republican. Website.
LD 2: Senate: Jim McCune, Republican. Website.
LD 3: Senate: Dave Lucas, Republican. Website.
LD 4: Senate: Mike Padden, Republican. Website.
LD 4: House 1: Bob McCaslin, Republican. Website.
LD 4: House 2: Rob Chase, Republican. Website.
LD 5: House 1: Ken Moninski, Republican. Website.
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LD 8: House 1: Brad Klippert, Republican. Website.
LD 8: House 2: Matt Boehnke, Republican. Website.
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LD 10: House 2: Bill Bruch, Republican. Website.
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LD 12: House 1: Keith Goehner, Republican. Website.
LD 13: House 1: Tom Dent, Republican. Website.
LD 14: House 1: Chris Corry, Republican. Website.
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LD 16: House 1: Mark Klicker, Republican. Website.
LD 17: House 1: Vicki Kraft, Republican. Website.
LD 18: Senate: Ann Rivers, Republican. Website.
LD 19: House 1: Jim Walsh, Republican. Website.
LD 19: House 2: Joel McEntire, Republican. Website.
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LD 21: House 1: Brian Thompson, Republican. Website.
LD 22: Senate: Garry Holland, Republican. Website.
LD 22: House 1: J.D. Ingram, Republican. Facebook.
LD 23: House 1: April Ferguson, Republican. Website.
LD 23: House 2: Elaina Gonzales-Blanton, Republican. Website.
LD 24: Senate: Connie Beauvais, Republican. Website.
LD 24: House 1: Sue Forde, Republican. Website.
LD 24: House 2: Brian Pruiett, Republican. Website.
LD 25: Senate: Chris Gildon, Republican. Website.
LD 25: House 1: Kelly Chambers, Republican. Website.
LD 25: House 2: Cyndy Jacobsen, Republican. Website.
LD 26: House 1: Jesse Young, Republican. Website.
LD 26: House 2: Michelle Caldier, Republican. Website.
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LD 29: House 1: Koshin Fidaar, Republican. Website.
LD 29: House 2: Terry Harder, Republican. Website.
LD 30: House 2: Jack Walsh, Republican. Website.
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LD 33: House 1: Kerry French, Republican. Website.
LD 35: House 2: Drew MacEwen, Republican. Website.
LD 38: Senate: Bernard Moody, Republican. Website.
LD 38: House 1: Bert Johnson, Republican. Website.
LD 39: House 2: Carolyn Eslick, Republican. Website.
LD 40: House 2: Russell Dzialo, Republican. Website.
LD 41: House 1: Albert Rosenthal, Republican. Website.
LD 42: House 1: Luanne Van Werven, Republican. Website.
LD 42: House 2: Jennifer Sefzik, Republican. Website.
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LD 44: House 1: John Kartak, Republican. Website.
LD 44: House 2: Mark James, Republican. Website.
LD 45: House 2: Amber Krabach, Republican. Website.
LD 46: House 1: Eric Brown, Republican. Website.
LD 47: House 1: Kyle Lyebyedyev, Republican. Website.
LD 47: House 2: Ted Cooke, Republican. Website.
LD 48: House 2: Tim J. Hickey, Republican. Website.
LD 49: House 1: Justin Forsman , Republican. Website.
LD 49: House 2: Park Llafet , Republican. Website.

United States President

Donald J. Trump, Republican. Website.
Read FPIW Action’s endorsement.

Statewide Executive Offices

2020 General Election Statewide and Congressional District candidates are considered for endorsement upon receiving their responses to the FPIW Action Candidate Questionnaire.

Governor
Loren Culp, Republican. Website.

Attorney General
Matt Larkin, Republican. Website.

Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI):

Lieutenant Governor
Write in Joshua Freed, Republican. Website

Secretary of State:

State Treasurer
Duane Davidson, Republican. Website.

State Auditor:

Commissioner of Public Lands:

Washington State Supreme Court

Supreme Court Justice
Judge Dave Larson, Non-Partisan. Website.

Congressional

CD 1: Jeffrey Beeler, Republican. Website.
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CD 5: Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Republican. Website.
CD 6: Elizabeth Kreiselmaier, Republican. Website.
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CD 9: Doug Basler, Republican. Website.
CD 10: Write in Marty McClendon, Republican. Website

Local Government

Grant County Commissioner
Danny Stone, Republican. Website.

Please contact FPIW Action if you have any corrections to the posted information and/or if you have questions or concerns about the candidate endorsement vetting process. Your suggestions and ideas for improvement are always welcome and appreciated!