I’ve had enough. Last month the police were involved in a tragic shooting death and no one rioted. This week we had a death and Portland planned riots to destroy our city. What was the difference? Why didn’t they care last month?
Last month the person who was shot was white, this week black. Seems they aren’t concerned about a police shooting when it doesn’t involve a black person.
I have lived here 35 years, and have 5 black sons so I have skin in the game. I don’t think our police are racist, and I think our community has had enough. Is there room for improvement? Of course there always is, yet I’ve had enough of this false narrative.
Voters know the truth. If they really care about equity, like they say they do; then they would put me, a black man, in the Senate as a voice. Let’s see if they put their vote where their mouth is.
As a black man and officer, I should be a part of this conversation.
I am the right person for a time such as this to bring unity to our community.
I am the only candidate qualified to be making laws on race relations especially concerning POC
I am the only candidate qualified to be making laws on the environment: I have a degree in Water Resources and a minor in Biology and was a game warden for 12 years.
I am the only candidate qualified to be making laws on police reform, I’ve been an officer for 21 years
I am the only candidate endorsed by the National Federation of Independent Business for the 49th District because I understand the massive tax burdens placed on people hurt our ability to provide. Now my opponent’s party is looking to support a State Income Tax in Washington! Can you afford that?
My wife and I raised 6 children on one income, I’ve been in a union my whole career and I know how it feels to try to feed, house and find medical care for a family of 8.
Who do you relate to more? Me, or my opponent? Stop voting for the same people who are part of the problem. Be Bold! Vote Rey Reynolds November 3rd.
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