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Issaquah Farmers’ Market and Coffee Shop Campaign Stop

James had a far-reaching discussion with local residents¬†at the Issaquah Farmers’ Market. The issues included the size of the federal government, government worker pay, and Veteran’s Affairs issues.

Phase 1 of Windle Campaign Organization Complete

The Windle campaign is in full swing with the submission of the materials for the voters’ pamphlet today to the Washington State Secretary of State. In three short weeks, the Windle campaign has filed for candidacy, set-up its campaign fund raising apparatus, launched its website, and completed all requirements to be on the ballot on August 7th. The focus of Phase 2 will be to structure its outreach throughout the District and continue fund raising. Memorial Day weekend will have Windle all over the District, including Farmers’ markets, Memorial Day observances, barbeques, and other events. Thank you to all of the volunteers and donors who have made this possible.

Coffee Shop Campaign Stop in Issaquah

Bumped into a former Redmond High School classmate. Insightful conversation about the ongoing challenges in the mortgage industry. The effects are uneven. Some firms have weathered the downturn due to solid planning while others still struggle

Kiwanis Club of Sammamish Public Meeting

Light breakfast and far ranging discussion on the state of Sammamish. Speaker was Tom Vance of the Sammamish City Council. Thanks for having me. My hometown of Sammamish is thriving even as it experiences its growing pains.

James Visits Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ellensburg

On Monday, James spent time in Roslyn, Cle Elum, and Ellensburg discussing issues relevant to Kittitas County, like the role of government, infrastructure concerns, and land use/issues. An independent candidate is ideal to represent a diverse district that stretches from Auburn to Lake Chelan.

Pancake Breakfast, Issaquah

Windle Visits With Seniors 5/19/2012James stopped by for a pancake breakfast at a senior center and listened to people’s concerns and thoughts. Congress continues to grapple with meeting the challenges facing seniors in the 8th District.

Coffee Shop Campaign Stop

Coffee is part of a daily ritual for many people in the 8th District. I look forward to grabbing my daily cup of coffee as we go about our day and striking up conversation with folks. I will be in Sammamish tomorrow. Stay tuned to my Twitter feed @windle4congress