Life Issues / Family Ethics Political Action Committee of Southwest Washington

2012 National Women's Political Caucus Endorsements


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The NWPC is a multi-partisan grassroots membership organization dedicated to increasing the number of women in elected and appointed office at all levels of government. Our mission is to identify, mentor, educate and support women leaders in our community who demonstrate a commitment to Reproductive Freedom and Women's Economic and Social Equality."
Statewide and SW Washington Election Endorsements

Monica Stonier
stonier.jpg Running for: Representative

   District# 17
Two years ago Monica was a priority candidate for the Caucus when she ran for state representative and lost to Paul Harriw. Monica has served as 17th Legislative District Secretary, PCO, and as a National Delegate for Obama in 2008. She is active with the NWPC Clark County endorsement committee. This is an open seat and Monica is the only woman running in the race. She has been endorsed by the retiring incumbent, Tim Probst. She is an instructional literary coach at Evergreen Public Schools (past classroom teacher) and coaches girls cross country and track and field. Monica understands the issues women face and has been a tireless advocate for women in her career and community.

Liz Pike
pike.jpg Running for: Representative
   District# 18
Liz is extremely qualified to become a state legislator. She has operated her own advertising agency for 17 years and currently serves as the Political Affairs Director for the Building Industry Association in Clark County. She served three years on the Camas City Council, and serves as a volunteer for a variety of organizations, including Camas First Friday Art Walk, Camas Wine Art Music Festival, Aviation Career Day at Grove Field in Camas, and the Washougal Farmers Market. She believes we must fund support services to protect children in poverty, the elderly, disabled and mentally ill and is strong on women's rights and NWPC key values.

Annette Cleveland
Clevleand.jpg Running for: Senate
   District# 49
Annette Cleveland currently works as an External Affairs Officer for Legacy Health, where she oversees public policy and legislative affairs. She is a lifelong supporter of women's reproductive rights and an active member of NARAL for over 30 years, as well as the League of Women Voters, Women in Action, and NOW; and has worked as staff for both U.S. Senator Brock Adams and U.S. Senator Patty Murray. As an elected official, Annette's top priority is to support, build, and maintain healthy communities that consist of quality education, access to quality jobs and quality healthcare.

Rep. Sharon Wylie
wylie.jpg Running for: Representative

   District# 49
Rep. Sharon Wylie was a Caucus priority candidate last year when she ran in a special election to replace Rep. Jim Jacks who resigned. Sharon has been working hard in her first year in the legislature – her priorities this session included marriage equality and women’s health care, and next session she'll champion increasing support for fairer taxation system with adequate revenue for basic services, developing long range funding sources for higher education and preparing the state for implementation of the health care reform that preserves basic health care for all women.

Julia Anderson
juliaanderson.jpg Running for: PUD Commissioner

Julia is a retired business news journalist for The Columbian and works as a part-time freelance business news writer. She clearly understands the role of a commissioner on a board and its opportunity to be a leader in affordable, reliable energy sources and emphasizing the importance of environmental regulations. She has helped promote the economic, political and social equality of women with an emphasis on the importance of women having financial literacy.

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