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July  Speakers

Carrie Kennedy is running to represent Legislative District 10 in Olympia. She and her husband, Lloyd Potter, display their conservative beliefs by their everyday behavior. Carrie walks and talks her conservative values. To know Carrie is to know in your heart she’s a fighter for freedom, liberty, and our American Constitutional way of life. Carrie has a broad knowledge of the issues that today are facing her district, our county, as well as our country.


Jackie Huey, candidate for state Representative, Position 2 of the 39th LD, is a wife, mother and grandmother.  Born and raised in Seattle and married for 49 years, she has been active through the years in her church, in business and in politics.  She has held many positions of leadership, with a calling to help others.  She moved to Snohomish County in 2021 and has served as PCO for Airpark precinct.  Jackie emphasizes the need for voters to have a choice and is concerned about some of the votes made by the LD’s current representatives.


Lisa Rezac, born and raised in Edmonds, is excited to run for Position 1, of the 32nd Legislative District, next to her hometown. After graduating from the University of Washington with a degree in Political Science, she moved to New York City, where she gained experience in leadership and development training, as well as a passion for service.  In 2007, Lisa returned to Seattle to be closer to family. Following a career specialized in Team Building, and, since 2020, Lisa has been active in grassroots politics. She is determined to address the current state of chaos and divisiveness by bringing her relationship-building skills to her role as a State Representative.  She is challenging the incumbent, Cindy Ryu, in the upcoming primary election on August 6, 2024. 


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