I want to thank voters for entrusting me with not only the fair and secure administration of our elections, but with the preservation of our state’s history, library collections, and numerous other programs that enrich the lives of Washingtonians. As I look ahead to the next four years, I am excited to continue our office’s work on fortifying our elections system, building a state-of-the art facility to protect our archival and library treasures, and collaborating with the legislature in a bipartisan manner. I want to thank all voters, even those who did not support me, for exercising their right to vote in this important election. Know that in my capacity as Secretary of State, I represent all Washingtonians. I also want to thank my opponent, State Representative Gael Tarleton, for a spirited discussion about the Office of the Secretary of State and for her years of serving in elected office.
As current and former Democratic and Republican Secretaries of State, we know the importance of inspiring confidence in one’s electorate. While political tides have moved politicians to politicize elections, Secretary of State Kim Wyman has stayed steadfast in her convictions to lead impartially for all voters—making it easy for all of us to support her.read more
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