We’ve all seen what happens when legislators on opposing sides of the aisle quit talking to each other and can’t find areas of common ground. Things shut down, rhetoric ramps up and very little gets accomplished. We all lose.
Like the other Washington, we don’t have one-party rule in our state. We need to elect legislators who represent our values but who also can work with people who are ideologically different. With a 25-24 state Senate, this is critical. An open-minded legislator can accomplish a lot for our area, a rigid ideologue not so much.
Thankfully we have a candidate …