WA – U.S. Senate – Dave Strider

WA - U.S. Senate - Dave Strider

WA – U.S. Senate – Dave Strider

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Candidate’s Voters Guide Statement:

Elected Experience: Elected PTA president. Advocates free education including all levels.

Other Professional Experience: Enlisted Marine Corps.  Judge Advocate General Division “if you’re afraid of losing something, you never had it in the first place.”

Education: “education doesn’t make the man… it is what the man has done with what he has learned, that makes him a man. Does he walk in what is true? If he does then all he says and lives becomes a path others may follow.”

Community Service: Cannabis, support  repeal and restorations. I have had access over 40 years, first person in the military, second person in the Nation since 1978. 

Statement: Water is Life. Move away from carbon-based fuels, no fracking. Clean water and air, basic human rights. Water, strategic asset required, for a viable nation. Health care becomes, Expanded Medicare with no co-payments, premiums, or pre-existing conditions. The Social Security Card, your Health Care enrollment passport. Health care is a universal right to everyone regardless of ability to pay. Also, included is the needs of those injured on the job injuries. No more shifting costs or responsibilities. Injured workers should never feel a loss of dignity, belonging to their community or strain to the family. Veterans Administration, I will fight against privation, I receive the very best health care from the VA. When compared to the world’s single payer the VA ranks Number 1, in the world. No profit wars! Separation of church and state.

Taxes do not fund Federal Spending! Spending on public programs is not debt; it is an investment in people, our nation, and our future. We are a Republic! Not an empire. I-940, Police trained in violence de-escalation, mental health, and first aid. Labor, increase the minimum wage ($18+). Ending proxy wars, on First People.  Equality, regardless of color, creed, or personal gender choice. There is so much we need to say and do. Let the dialogue begin, followed by action.

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