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    Rob Chase
    (Rep)

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    Leonard Christian
    (Rep)

Biographical Information

What legislation would you support to make health care more available and affordable to Washington state residents?

Washington State’s tax structure remains the most regressive in the country. What changes to the state's tax structure would you support?

Since transportation is the largest single contributor to greenhouse gas emissions in Washington State, is there legislation would you propose or support to reduce these emissions?

What policies would you support to increase the state’s environmental resiliency and climate change mitigation?

What policies would you support to assure availability and quality of the state’s water supply, especially in eastern Washington?

What do you believe is needed to support and enhance Washington’s agricultural productivity?

Please describe your position on the effort to allow Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) in local and state and federal elections.

Party Preference Republican
Phone (509) 279-5922
Experience (Max 500 characters) WA State Representative District 4 2021 - 2022 Spokane County Treasurer 2011 - 2018 American Freedom Group, Loan Originator Haakon Industries, Material Expediter SAFECO Insurance Company, Policy and Billing Agilent Technologies, Prototype Coordinator Bank of America - Collector Inland Zinc Company - Plant and Office Manager/F.C Bookkeeper Unskilled labor at Sunshine Mining Company and Bunker Hill Company B.A., Business Administration/Operations Management, Eastern Washington University CPIM
Campaign Mailing Address P.O. BOX 612
LIBERTY LAKE, WA 99019
Campaign Phone 509-279-5922
Campaign Email electrobchase@gmail.com
Town where you live Spokane Valley
Allow more competition
Lower taxes
No. I think the amount of man-made green houses gases is so minute it has very little effect.
I think most of our environmental challenges are cleanup and sanitation.
I would complete the Columbia Basin Project.
Cut regulations back.
I think we could start by experimenting in smaller races until we had a good system that was transparent and had integrity.
Party Preference Republican
Phone (509) 869-5363
Experience (Max 500 characters) Former Washington State 4th District Representative (Appropriations, Capital Budget, Government Oversight, Government Operations, Labor & Workforce committees)- Spokane County Property Tax Board of Equalization- Regional Solid Waste Advisory Committee- Republican District Leader- Precinct Committee Officer.
Campaign Phone 509-869-5363
Campaign Email Vote@LeonardChristian.com
Town where you live Spokane Valley
Campaign Twitter Handle @@4thRepChristian
I believe we need to allow health insurance companies to operate across state lines and with more products to offer to customers. I also believe we need more transparency in pricing so customers know before they go how much it will cost them and if they can find a service at a better price.
We must repeal the capital gains tax to start. Also, I am working with local leaders on a bill that would exempt the first $250,000 of a personal resident to help lower income citizens remain in their homes.
According to a recent email I received we will need 160 mega watts to power electric cars by 2045. That would require new infrastructure in every neighborhood to carry that much electricity to our homes. I believe we need to make solar roofing as affordable as a roof replacement so every home in Washington can afford solar to charge them. Driving an electric car is not the answer unless it can be charged by renewable energy.
I would like to see more investment in research. We must have better batteries that last longer and do not require precious metals from countries that use child labor to mine them.
I will fight to get hydro power listed as clean renewable energy and protect the dams we have. I also believe that every dam should have a fish ladder system.
I would like to see less reliance on fertilizer purchased from over-seas and a protected supply chain to bring their goods to market.
I oppose it. I believe people will not understand the outcome.