Stevens County Republicans
Every year, the SCRCC offers candidates the opportunity to let us get to know them through our “Candidate Vetting” process. Based on the Stevens County Republican Platform, this process is entirely voluntary, but it is the essential prerequisite to endorsement by the Stevens County Republicans for both partisan and nonpartisan candidates. Our goals are to serve candidates, the Stevens County Republican Party, and the public with information on candidates. This year, the SCRCC has extended an invitation to participate in this informative process to all 7th Legislative District Republican candidates, as well as nonpartisan candidates running for School Board, Mayor and City Council positions. Please check back closer to the August, 2017 Primary Election for updates!
Candidates interested in participating in our vetting process are asked to login below, to access our Questionnaire. Upon receipt, candidates will be contacted to join us for an interview.
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‘We need to identify and manage these critical areas now so they give us the best chance of stopping wildfires in the future,’ says Kretz The Washington State House of Representatives today approved a proposal by Rep. Joel Kretz, R-Wauconda, to make forests more...read more
The Washington State House of Representatives approved legislation today to help communities threatened by, and recovering from, homelessness due to wildfires. House Bill 2010, sponsored by Rep. Jacquelin Maycumber, R-Republic, allows the state Department of Natural...read more
‘There was a time for much of my childhood where being indoors meant you were either sleeping or in trouble, and I didn’t care for neither,’ says Kretz Raising horses and cattle on a mountaintop near Wauconda would give anyone an appreciation for the outdoor life...read more
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Leg. aide from Republic chosen by county commissioners Compiled by Jamie Henneman/For The Independent Jacquelin Maycumber, a long-time legislative assistant to former Rep. Shelly Short, was chosen by county commissioners in the Seventh Legislative district to replace...read more