2018 General Election Voters' Guide
Legislative District 26 - State Senator

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Marty McClendon
(Prefers Republican Party)

Elected Experience: Marty chaired the Pierce County Republican Party and. He is a precinct committee officer.

Other Professional Experience: Marty has been a business owner for 18 years, helping people in our community buy the homes of their dreams. He previously worked in the health care field, pastored a church and Hosted a Radio program

Education: Attended University of Washington in Pre-Medicine; Anesthesia Technician certification, Managing Broker's License

Community Service: Marty has volunteered for the Boys and Girls Clubs-Gig Harbor, Make A Wish Foundation, Leukemia and Lymphoma Foundation, and Port Orchard Relay for Life. He coached Little League in Bremerton. Marty is an Eagle Scout    

Statement: Marty nearly lost everything fighting to save the lives of his son and his wife when they faced a series of medical emergencies. He knows the challenges that struggling families face every day. It's why Marty decided to commit his life to helping other families who are going through tough times.

Today, government is adding to the burdens that weigh on families in the 26th District--with rising property taxes and stifling regulations on our independent local businesses.

Marty knows that extreme Seattle-style politics won't work for the people of Kitsap and Pierce Counties. Instead, Marty will work for collaborative, common sense solutions that bring people together.

Marty believes in strengthening our education system to meet the needs of all children, not just the adults in the system. He believes in lowering property taxes, not needlessly increasing state spending.  Marty believes in protecting our environment through common-sense conservation, not costly new gas and home heating taxes. As the father of three children, Marty cares deeply about making Washington State a better place. Together, we can work for stronger communities for generations to come.    

(206) 818-4308