2018 Primary Voters' Guide
Legislative District 39 - State Senator

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Elizabeth Scott
(Prefers Republican Party)

Elected Experience: State Representative two full terms 2013-2017.

Other Professional Experience: Tutor English as a Second Language (ESL); taught college ESL ten years (Edmonds CC, North Seattle, Cascadia, Lake Washington, Illinois, China, United Arab Emirates); farmed 80 acres of 4th-generation family farm. Awards: State Representative of the Year (Citizens Alliance for Property Rights, Hunters Heritage Council, Skagit County Republicans), Small Business Guardian (NFIB), Farm Bureau, and more.

Education: B.A. Seattle Pacific University; M.A. Southern Illinois University

Community Service: Judge high school Speech and Debate tournaments;  volunteered YWCA and classrooms.  Mother of two great kids. Snohomish County resident 18 years; Washington State 23 years.  Active in church.

Statement: Imagine a more effective government living within its means!

When I ran for State Representative, I promised to fight for smaller, smarter government focused on jobs, schools, and fiscal responsibility. I kept my pledge; throughout my two terms in the House, I voted against increased taxes, fees, and government growth. I sponsored and passed legislation to curb agency authority, ease regulations so businesses could hire again, and enact no-tax changes to streamline laws. I moved bills forward to protect educational choices, property rights, student data privacy, Constitutional gun rights, and vulnerable girls and minorities. During the Oso landslide aftermath, I fought hard for a center for rescue and recovery operations on the Darrington side, informed citizens of requested relief supplies for rescue workers, and demanded the access roads be opened to residents.

As your voice in the Senate, I'll fight for water and property rights by introducing a bill to restore 1996 water law. I'll work to lower taxes, protect our right to keep and bear arms, protect educational choices, and get more of our education dollars to the classroom.

I'm the only Senate candidate with the proven track record: Less government; more Freedom!  I ask for your vote.

(206) 330-1066