Entries by Ernest Geigenmiller

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Public Invited to Join LIVE Virtual GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Forum Thursday

Fern Prairie, WA — Lacamas Magazine and Clark County Today are hosting a LIVE GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Forum on Thursday, July 9 at 6:30 pm, which will be moderated by radio personality Scott Hogg. The forum is organized by Clark County Republican Women and allows candidates the opportunity for opening and closing statements. Candidates will […]

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Carolyn Long’s Congressional Campaign Celebrates First Anniversary

Vancouver, WA — One year ago today, Carolyn Long announced that she was running for Congress in Washington’s 3rd Congressional district “to give Southwest Washington a strong voice in DC and a hard working, accountable, committed Representative here at home.” Today, her campaign is looking back on a year on the ground, recognizing the grassroots […]

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Inslee Addresses Face Masks, Virus Spikes, Returning to ‘Where We Were in March’

OLYMPIA, WA — Governor Jay Inslee on Tuesday reaffirmed his support for the updated face covering mandate, which requires businesses to refuse service to any customer not wearing one, saying it will help curb growing COVID-19 infections rates, which have been reported as spiking throughout the state. Inslee made his comments during an afternoon news […]

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WA Unemployment Check Fraud Case Expands to Nearly $1 Billion

BREAKING NEWS …  According to Senator Ann Rivers (18th Legislative District), whose office was briefed today by the Employment Security Department (ESD), the unemployment check fraud case is now approaching $1 billion in lost state funds. Originally, the suspected fraud loss was $350 million. “The ESD fraud case is beyond anything originally suspected,” said Rivers. […]

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Gov. Inslee Announces ‘Safe Start’ Proclamation; Emphasizes Face Masks

Olympia, WA — Governor Jay Inslee announced Friday the state’s phased reopening “Safe Start” proclamation is replacing the existing emergency “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order, which is set to expire on May 31.  The new order loosens several aspects of his shelter in place policy, which began in March, but it also asks Washingtonians to […]