Candidate’s Voters Guide Statement:
Elected Experience: Ambassador Of Peace for ACLC . Chief Shop Steward King County Metro Transit. Advisory to many elected officials and Non- Profit foundations.
Other Professional Experience: North and South Korea Peace Talks 2017-2018. Association Of Parliamentarians For Peace. Humanity studies with Korea, Japan, Jordan, Africa. Wounded Warriors Affair. World Affairs International Tribal Consulting.
Education: Criticism and Discipline Skills San Francisco Regional Training Center, 1990 Green River Community College economics. World Studies.
Community Service: I have been a community activist for 42 years. I been honored to work with Roberto Maestas Civil Rights Leader. Mentor and endorsed by the late Civil Rights Leader Rev. Dr. Samuel B. McKinley.
Statement: I believe the most important words of the United States Constitution is “We The People”. Never before have we ever found this country under attacks from foreign agencies to domestic terrorism. I will be looking for other elected officials who share the same passion for reforming and improving a better way of life for our country. Correcting the social injustices, tax reform, immigration, foreign and domestic security issues and Single Payer Health Care Program. These are all very important things for our country. I have a lot of work ahead of me as your Senator. I am not a politician, I am a public servant who never needed an elective seat to work for our Global Community of humanity. I am supporting Scientists in the United States who have helped in engineering a plastic-eating enzyme that will fight against pollution. I will protect Washington State policies and laws that is continuously being dismantled by current executive orders. We cannot ignore that our country is now in a state of catastrophic crisis on all levels of government. Unity is strength and without unity human civilization. I encourage every voter to do the research on each canidates. We cannot allow a handful of citizens determine who they feel should represent a very diverse state. Remember this election is not about me its about we.