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Emily Randall

Democrat
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Democrat Emily Randall is running to replace retiring Republican state Senator Jan Angel in the 26th Legislative District. Prior to running for public office, Randall worked at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and Planned Parenthood, where she advocated for improving health outcomes for local underserved populations. Randall is running for Senate to keep higher education affordable and expand job training programs for graduating high school seniors. Additionally, Randall wants to expand access to affordable health care for Washington families.

Randall is running against Republican Marty McClendon and Independent Bill Scheidler. McClendon is a Trump-style talk show host who is also currently serving as the Pierce County Republican Party Chairman. Both Schiedler and McClendon are perennial candidates who have ran for public office previously without success, including McClendon's run for Lt. Governor in 2016 against Cyrus Habib.

Randall’s dedication to public service and experience working on important public policy issues makes her the clear choice in this race.

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