A candidate for State Representative Pos. 1, Legislative District 05 in the 2010 Washington General Election
On this race: Elected Experience: State Representative, Washington House of Representatives (2004-present); Snoqualmie City Council (2001-2004)
Other Professional Experience: General Counsel, King County Public Hospital District No. 4 and Snoqualmie Valley Hospital; Lieutenant Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps Reserve (1990-present)
Education: J.D., cum laude, Gonzaga Law School (1997); B.A., Creighton University (1988)
Community Service: Jay is very active in numerous community service organizations including: Snoqualmie Valley Rotary; Board Member, Encompass; American Legion Post #0079; Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 137; Member, Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Parish; Board Member, Cabin Creek Cultural Center; Volunteer Attorney, King County Bar Association Neighborhood Legal Clinic Program (1999-2004);
Statement: This is a defining moment for our state: we cannot keep spending more than we bring in. As your representative, I have fought against tax increases and overspending. We must focus on creating jobs by reducing spending and lowering taxes on families and small businesses. In addition, we should reduce the regulatory burdens on businesses and make our children's education the state's top priority.
Now more than ever, we must rise above partisan politics and powerful special interests to fix the problems in Olympia. Please join me in demanding a new direction. Together, we will get Washington back on track!