13th District Needs to Vote Manweller

It’s critical that voters in Washington State Legislative District 13 re-elect Matt Manweller.

Why? Representative Manweller has announced that he will  fill out his current term and has pledged to resign the position after the election. This will ensure the seat will remain Republican.

Because: State law says that Legislators who resign or retire during a term must be replaced with a legislator of the same party, nominated by that party’s local Precinct Committee Officers and chosen by way of a vote of the county commissioners in their district.

Here Are Even More Reasons

Democrats have a slim two seat majority in the Washington House. They want a larger buffer to pass even more liberal laws that benefit urban, West-side communities that ignore the rural agricultural communities in Eastern Washington.

District 13 has been solidly Republican for decades. Labor unions and Democrats feel that the seat is “in play” and they are aggressively promoting their candidate.

Voting for Manweller will help protect the values of our rural communities and small cities. Talk to your neighbors about Saving Our Seat by checking the Manweller box on the ballot.

How is the Seat Filled?

When Manweller resigns as pledged, District 13 Republican PCO leadership in Kittitas, Grant, Lincoln, and Yakima Counties will put forth a total of three candidates to the County Commissioners of the respective counties. Those County Commissioners will then select a single candidate to fill the vacant position for the 2019 Legislative Session in Olympia.

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Republicans of District 13

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