When I ran for Secretary of State in 2012, I made three promises to you. First, I pledged to improve access and integrity of our state’s elections. Second, I sought to preserve access to our state’s rich heritage. Finally, I wanted to make it easier to do business in our state.
When you elected me to office, these personal promises became my professional goals. And I’m proud to tell you that these promises were kept.
While we’ve accomplished a lot in the Secretary of State’s Office, we have more to do. I continue to challenge myself and those who work with me to find ways to strengthen the integrity of our elections, promote civic engagement and connect people with their state government. This is what Washingtonians expect and deserve.
It has been an honor and privilege to serve as your Secretary of State. I’m hopeful you will hire me for another four years and respectfully ask for your vote.
Secretary of State