Shift’s Weekly Photograph from our Friend Rod Chandler
Those of us at Shift will be taking a short break to prepare and celebrate Christmas (must start shopping sometime). We will be back on Friday to recap the week and share our latest Newsmaker Interview.
We know that everyone has been busy. Hopefully you will have time to relax and catch up on some reading in the coming days. Below we have provided links to the first three installments of Shift’s new feature – Newsmaker Interviews.
We wish all of you a peaceful and joyous holiday!
Washington’s Secretary of State gives her thoughts on the successful implementation of the VoteWA system, voting security, and the Democrats repeated attempts to install an ultra-partisan person to oversee our state’s elections.
The Senate Republican Leader lays out the caucus’ 2020 agenda and talks about being one of the few remaining farmers in the Washington Legislature.
The filmmaker and activist details the many failures of Seattle’s ruling liberal elite and what needs to occur in order for moderation and rational thought to return to Seattle political thinking.
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