ReopenWa Radio 2
67 days out from the most important election of our lifetime, I discuss how I ended up running for office, and my stance on school choice freedom.
Friends, as your candidate for Washington State Representative LD 1, Position 1, I need your help in three crucial ways.
Aug. 19, 2020
- Donate to my campaign. I don’t ask this lightly. I know that Snohomish families are struggling, but a donation toward my campaign, even $5, goes a long way. Donations help fund mailers, signs and advertising needed to spread the word and defeat my opponent — someone who has repeatedly failed District 1!
- Invite your fellow Washingtonians to “like” the Friends of Adam Bartholomew Facebook page. Our power to Reopen Washington lies with our numbers, and the more citizens who are aware of my campaign and values I represent, the better.
- Volunteer. I’m looking for anyone who is ready and willing to volunteer their time toward my campaign. I need your help making phone calls, delivering flyers and handing out signs to the citizens of District 1. The more people we can reach, the stronger our chances of winning.
This election is not about me. It’s about you — the mothers and fathers who don’t want their children corrupted by perverse politicians and their warped sex-ed agenda, the hard-working business owners who don’t want to lose their life’s work because they are deemed “non-essential,” and every other Washingtonian who doesn’t want to see their beloved state torn apart because our local officials continue to turn a blind eye.
I stand for families and small businesses, and together with your support, we CAN win this election!
Candidate for Washington State Representative, LD 1, Position 1
Thank You, Legislative District 1!
Aug. 8, 2020
I am truly humbled by every vote I received in this year’s primary election and honored to be your candidate fighting to represent the 1st legislative district this fall.
Like many of you, I see the problems with traffic and homelessness continuing to grow in our area while our state representatives in Olympia turn a blind eye — instead voting on a controversial sex-ed curriculum for our children and increased B&O taxes for our small businesses in a time of economic crisis.
We need to look at our problems differently together and elect leaders who are dedicated to building up and improving our state while fighting to protect it from being torn down.
We all need to rise up this election season to activate and mobilize our like-minded friends and neighbors to reach across the aisle and engage with those around us.
My goal is to connect with those who are willing to heed a warning of things to come and embrace a message of hope for a better future. Together we can reopen Washington permanently.
I need financial support to win this battle. I plan to put up signs, distribute remit envelopes, business cards and hanging door bell flyers, circulate mailers and possibly do radio and TV advertisements. All of this costs money and I need your help to raise funds! Even if you’re not in my district you can donate. Please support my campaign here: www.adambartholomew.org.
Candidate for State Representative LD 1, position 1
Standing for Small Business and Working-Class Families
ReopenWA Protest Rally 5.0: Adam’s views on the Police
Aug. 1, 2020
“We love our country! We will defend our communities side-by-side the brave men and women of law enforcement! And if you’ve wanted a fight, you’ve got one!”
ReopenWA Rally 4.0: We Are All Essential
July 12, 2020
“The people who are supposed to be our Representatives right now in Olympia have not said one word, they haven’t stood up for us at all, and they let us go by the wayside as they shut down our businesses and declare us all “non-essential.”
Everett Rally 2.0: Adam Discusses Shutdown, Sex Ed
May 24, 2020
“Why is Jay Inslee taking these directives from a bunch of people that aren’t even in our state? These kinds of issues should be best left to the school districts and the parents that are in those school districts.”
Everett Rally 1.0: Adam Announces Candidacy
May 17, 2020
“Something is wrong in Olympia and we all see it. The question is, what are we going to do about it? We have to step up. We have to step up.”