Endorse Carolyn Long for Congress

Carolyn is endorsed by:


Organizations

  • Northwest Carpenters Local 146
    Northwest Carpenters Local 146

Comments

  • Carolyn Long is the person I have been waiting for to represent me in Congress for a long time. She is intelligent, articulate, and understands what the people of SW Washington need in a representative. We have been without representation for far too long. Thank you Carolyn for stepping up.
    Thomas Rasmussen
  • I am so happy to have a candidate like Carolyn to support this year. With all the heavy issues facing our country, we need clarity, common sense, and a voice for the people!
    Finally, a representative that truly listens and communicates the values of our diverse community!
    Go Carolyn!
    Let’s flip this seat!!! ’

    Sara Kern
  • What a refreshing contrast to Jamie Herrera. She has become a rubber stamp to Trumpism. Let's retake the House in November!!!
    Jerry Wilson
  • Carolyn Long possesses the expertise, effectiveness, and empathy to serve the people of Washington’s Third Congressional District with distinction and humility. She genuinely cares about the people and our current and future collective progress.
    Michael Newman
  • We attended an in-person town hall with Carolyn and were immediately impressed with her intellect, sense of humor, and her genuine interest in listening to the thoughts and concerns of the people in the room. She will be a strong and thoughtful representative for our district. We look forward to doing what we can to help get her elected!
    Frank & Susan Hackett
  • After reading her book, "Religious Freedom and Indian Rights: The Case of Oregon v. Smith," I am convinced (a) that Carolyn knows her Constitutional law, and (b) that she will be an advocate for Democratic ideals.
    James Maynard
  • Carolyn Long is intelligent, articulate, and passionate about Democratic values. She is the best chance we have to unseat Republican Herrera. Carolyn holds a degree in Political Science and has taught and worked at Washington State University in Vancouver for more than 20 years. She She has my strong support.
    Patrick Kubin
  • I saw Carolyn at the 1 year later event. She is the perfect storm. She knows the constitution, which is being assaulted daily by our current administration. I am 100% behind this candidate. I also own a small manufacturing business in Vancouver with 12 Employees.
    Charlene O'Day
  • Carolyn is smart, articulate, genuine, and the right person to represent my community in the 3rd district.
    Kristrun Grondal
  • I am endorsing Carolyn Long because I believe she has all of the qualities necessary to be a highly effective congresswoman - including a deep understanding of constitutional law - as well as the intellect, the analytical skills, the work ethic, the empathy and compassion and, above all, the good character necessary to represent the people of the 3rd Congressional district in Washington.
    Elizabeth Madrigal
  • What struck me about Carolyn was her energy and her clarity about what she stood for.
    Margaret Geier
  • We must stop the circus now, Carolyn has the ability and understanding of how to do just that.
    John Ladd
  • Jami has to go! Southwest Washington must do its part in removing majority power from the Trump protectionist Republicans in the House of Representatives. Carolyn Long will not be afraid to have open meetings with the public. Jami is afraid to face the public in open meetings.
    Darrel Ammons
  • It is exciting to see a candidate generate the excitement Carolyn does. It's past time for JHB to go, and I look forward to working for Carolyn to make it happen!
    Jon Cole
  • Carolyn Long is brilliant, articulate and personable, JHB would be crazy to debate Carolyn because JHB would end up looking like a buffoon, of course she won't debate so we'll never have the pleasure. It will be wonderful to have one of the great political minds in the nation representing Washington's 3rd Congressional District.
    Bob Dingethal
  • Carolyn Long has the knowledge to formulate sound public policy, the values and empathy to work on behalf of the entire community, and the skill to ethically and skillfully work with others with different perspectives and political philosophies that will make her an exceptional Member of Congress.
    Phil Landesberg
  • Finally, a candidate that makes sense in many ways. I like that hundreds of young people know Carolyn from their classroom experience and as many parents have trusted their children to Carolyn's perspective of our representative democracy. Her commitment to being our face to face representative is very refreshing and to my mind fufills the intent of our government being - of, by and for the people.
    Gale Long
  • Go Carolyn!
    Lee L. Jensen
  • I’ve known Carolyn almost eighteen years. I’ve seen the good work she’s done in SW Washington that entire time. I know this about Carolyn with absolute certainty. She’s a person of deep integrity. She’s a person who is compassionate. They are two of the most critical qualities for a representative in government in my mind. But there’s more. She’s smart. She’s hopeful. She’s got a sense of humor. And her tank is never empty. She will serve this district with honor, sincerity, and inclusiveness. We are beyond fortunate to have her as a candidate for our representative in Washington, DC.
    Bruce Romanish
  • Carolyn Long would be an excellent representative of the 3rd District. She has the intellect and skills to navigate the political process for the benefit of her constituents unlike the incumbent who supports failed and failing policies that can and will cause harm to the people in her district.
    Ted Gathe
  • It is important to support education at all levels in order to improve the lives of people in District 3. Jamie is out of touch with the constituency.
    Phyllis Solomon
  • We fully support Carolyn Long. She represents ALL OF US - not just the selfish & corrupt Politicians!
    Barry & Leslie Dahl
  • Carolyn provides the first ray of hope since the 2016 election. I think she's a strong and worthy opponent against Herrera-Butler in 2018.
    Carol Mackey
  • We are arguably the richest and most powerful nation in the world. We need someone to champion education and health care for us in Washington, D.C. Carolyn Long has the credentials, integrity and the heart to help us all here in SW Washington.
    Mike Briggs
  • As a professor of criminology and sociology, I know Carolyn understands the complex issues of crime, substance abuse, and mental health in our community.
    Nick McRee
  • We need a Congress woman/man who listens to the people they represent- not the party lines drawn in concrete. Carolyn practices active listening! She truly gets it.
    Louise Jenkins
  • I can say with all confidence and conviction that Carolyn will work very hard to fairly and honestly represent her constituents. She can improve the effectiveness and results of our political system, when given the opportunity by the voters of the 3rd Congressional District.
    Gail Hedding
  • We need Fair representation in Congress! "Country before Party"
    Richard Closson
  • I was excited to hear that Carolyn is running for Congress, in part because she has a stellar reputation with her colleagues and students. More importantly, she has an in-depth knowledge of law and policy and the necessary connection with the people and needs of SW Washington to make a difference. She is a formidable candidate and I fully endorse her!
    Donna Sinclair
  • Defeat Jaimie and get this train back on the tracks!
    Joe Hobson
  • Carolyn Long has all the right qualities I'm looking for in my representative: smart, compassionate and hardworking. She's strong enough to be independent and put people and issues above politics.
    Kelly Love
  • I have known Carolyn Long since 2013, and have seen her dedication not only to her students but also to the cause of bringing civility back into political conversations through her work with the Initiative for Public Deliberation. She is active in mobilizing students and citizens to talk through difficult issues and come to a better understanding of each other’s point of view. Due to this work and seeing first-hand what she is capable of I find myself very excited about her running to represent the 3rd Congressional District. She will be a voice for us in Washington D.C. and will fight to uphold the values that we hold dear. Her honesty, integrity, dedication, and conviction makes her the ideal candidate and representative for the citizens of Washington 3rd. I proudly endorse Carolyn Long for Congress.
    Michelle Gorham
  • Let's put citizens over party!!
    Tina Simms
  • Finally!
    Bob and Jan Verrinder
  • Carolyn is the dynamic, hard-working and talented representative we need in SW Washington!
    Clare Weber
  • Carolyn has the ideas, experience and energy to help SW Washington move forward!
    Clare Weber
  • Carolyn is the best person to represent our community in the 3rd Congressional District. She is the backbone we need in DC to have adequate representation. She is uniquely qualified: With her professional credentials, experience, and "no-nonsense" personality, she is sure to produce the results that our community wants & needs.
    Andrea Smith

Individuals

  • Harold and Geri Abbe
  • Judith Adams
  • Sandra Lee Adamson
  • Diane Adkin
  • Pete Aller
  • Darrel Ammons (Attorney in Longview)
  • Nick Ande
  • John Anderson
  • Bill Anholt
  • Marcy Anholt
  • Dee Anne Finken
  • Max Ault
  • Diana Avalos Leos
  • Brittany Bagent
  • Matt Baird
  • Judy Baker
  • Annette Barritt
  • Jerod Bartholomew (Maintenance Manager, Yakama Nation Fisheries)
  • Albert Baver
  • Heather Beecher (Retired)
  • Dave Bennett
  • David Bennett
  • Jeanne Bennett (CEO of Workforce SW Washington)
  • Raymond and Carolyn Bennett
  • Bill Beville
  • Mike Bixby
  • Chris Bjorkman
  • Michael Blankenship
  • Kathryn Bode (none, retired)
  • Melissa Boles
  • Candy Bonneville
  • Randy Boose
  • David Born
  • Sandy Brasier
  • Reta Bray
  • Mike Briggs (2014 Democrat Candidate 18th LD)
  • Katie Brimhall
  • Laurie and Doug Brown
  • Andrea Buchmann
  • Jim Buchmann
  • Niis Bue
  • Jack Burkman (Vancouver City Council)
  • Sherry Burkman
  • Ellen Burton
  • Joan Caley
  • Liz Campbell
  • Tim & Anita Cannell
  • Jeff Carlson
  • Mike and Sharon Carmichael
  • Ginny Carroll
  • Marjorie Casswell (Retired)
  • Jeanne Caswell
  • Carol Cate (Adjunct Professor at Concordia University)
  • Sanda Choate
  • Tashi Chogyal
  • Jane Christensen
  • Neal Christensen
  • Richard Closson (Retired)
  • Ali Coker (Teacher in Camas School District)
  • Ian Coker
  • Jon Cole (Director of Technical Services, Medical Equipment Distributor)
  • Julie Coop (Ops Manager at ComScore)
  • Twylla Corrie
  • Molly Coston (Mayor, City of Washougal)
  • Betsy Cramer (Retired)
  • Ty Cramer
  • Paul Crowner
  • Tim Cusick
  • Barry & Leslie Dahl (OWSNA: Vice President (Leslie); Treasurer (Barry), (1) Longview's Old Westside Neighborhood Ass'n; (2) Friends of Longview)
  • Karen Dahl
  • McLain Dale
  • Grace Darrow
  • Jill Davis
  • Joan Degernick
  • Lloyd DeKay
  • Michael DeManti
  • Joan Dengerink
  • Joanne Dennis
  • Kirsten Dennis
  • Julie DeSmith
  • Sara Develle
  • Diane Dick
  • Bob Dingethal
  • Bryce Divine
  • Andrew Douglas
  • Mike and Patty Downey
  • Kathryn Dugovich
  • Gretchen Edwards
  • Susan Edwards (Retired)
  • Lori Eidman
  • Kay Ellison
  • Kristanna and Eric Eveland
  • Marit Federcell
  • Matthew Feist
  • Jacquelyn Ferrero-Willis
  • Dennis Finken
  • Paul Flood
  • Steve Forster
  • Karen Fox
  • Marta Franklin
  • Sylvik Freund
  • Jake Garcia
  • Linda Garcia
  • Ted Gathe
  • Margaret Geier
  • Danick Gershun
  • Richard and Laura Gill
  • Kathy Gillespie
  • Denny Gish
  • Jan Giunta
  • Terry Lou Glafka
  • Cathy Golik
  • Kevin Gordon
  • Michelle Gorham
  • Kyra Gorski
  • Douglas Green
  • Kristrun Grondal
  • Teresa Grubb
  • Bob Guenther
  • Sandy Haas
  • Frank & Susan Hackett
  • Serin Hale
  • Robert Haverkate
  • Beth Hecht
  • Gail Hedding (Self employed)
  • Karen Hengerer
  • Nan Henriksen
  • Helen Hewitt
  • Donna Hill
  • Mike Hill
  • Lea Hilyer
  • Joe Hobson (Union steamfitter, Local 26)
  • Lehman Holder
  • Betty Holladay
  • Scott Horenstein
  • Steve Horenstein
  • Janet James
  • Louise Jenkins (Healthcare Program Mger, PHSW)
  • Lynn Jenkins
  • Lee L. Jensen (Democrat!)
  • Pat Jollota
  • Katie Jolma
  • Cindy Kate
  • B Kate Rae
  • Rebecca Keith
  • Sara Kern (Teacher)
  • Kimberly Bre't Kertz
  • Marla Koch
  • Richard Kolber
  • Vicki Koss
  • Sandra Kreglo
  • Patrick Kubin
  • Jason Kuepfer
  • Jackie Kuran
  • Sue Kusch (Ms.)
  • John Ladd (Retired)
  • Janet Landesberg
  • Phil Landesberg
  • Craig Lane
  • Jackie Lane
  • Carolyn Langer
  • Greg Lapie
  • Doug Lasher (Clark County Treasurer)
  • Janick and Scott Lawrence
  • Caron Legree
  • Bill Leth
  • Jane Leth
  • Heather Lindberg
  • Joyce Lindsay
  • Whitney Littlefield
  • Walt Loehrke
  • David Long (retired)
  • Gale Long (Retired)
  • Kelly Love
  • Lynette Love
  • Jim Luce
  • Denise Lukins (Attorney, Law Office of Denise J Lukins)
  • Watson Lunt
  • Robert Lutz
  • Joy Maciel
  • Carol Mackey (retired, Librarian)
  • Carol and Charles Mackey
  • Charles Mackey
  • Carole MacMinn
  • Richard MacMinn
  • Elizabeth Madrigal
  • Mark Maggiora (Executive Director, Americans Building Community)
  • Jim Mains
  • Carol Majowski
  • Gregory Manin
  • Marie Marchall
  • Michael Martin
  • Joan Mason (retired teacher, 1967)
  • Atul Mathur
  • James Maynard
  • Ken McDaniel
  • Merridy McDaniel
  • Beverly McGuffin
  • Linda McLain
  • Nick McRee (Associate Professor, University of Portland)
  • Jackie Mcreynolds (Retired)
  • Janet Meirelles
  • Jay Miller
  • Sheila Moffet
  • Devanie Morgan
  • Jamie Morin
  • Jay Neil
  • Steve Nestor
  • Michael Newman (Retired Teacher, Mr.)
  • Terri Niles
  • Shawn Nyman
  • Dr. Patricia O’Bannon
  • Charlene O'Day (Owner, Charter Controls)
  • Michael O'Neill
  • Hannah Oliason
  • Eric Olmsted (PRESIDENT, On Line Support, Inc.)
  • Mary Osborn
  • Patricia Page
  • Sandy Papineau
  • Alan Pasternak
  • Patricia Pasternak
  • Tom Patterson
  • Val Paulsen
  • Diana Perez
  • Ethan Perry
  • Jon Perry
  • Kristine Perry
  • Marva Petty (RN)
  • Maria Peyer (RN)
  • Terah Pitchford
  • Gigi Pomerantz
  • Mike Pond
  • Craig Pridemore
  • Pierre Provost
  • Steve Pulliam
  • Thomas Rasmussen
  • Terry & Nancy Reddish
  • Shannon Reid
  • Jason Renaud
  • Xavier Reynolds
  • Barbara Godvin Riney
  • Richard Rogers (CEO, DiversaLink Software)
  • Bruce Romanish (Retired)
  • Amber Rosewood
  • Nick Ruark
  • Rheta Rubenstein
  • Suzanne Sheuerman
  • Rosemary Siipola
  • Tina Simms (United States citizen)
  • Phil Simon
  • Donna Sinclair (WSUV Adjunct History Professor, Washougal Planning Commission , Dr.)
  • Susie Sinclair
  • Tom Slater
  • Andrea Smith (PCO: Precinct 930, 14th LD)
  • Marcia Smith
  • Phyllis Solomon (Associate Dean for Instruction, Retired Lower Columbia College)
  • Paul Speer
  • Linda Staples (Attorney at Law, Law Office of Linda Staples, PLLC)
  • Tynan Stevenson
  • Ty Stober (Vancouver City Council)
  • Brian Stromberg
  • Stephanie Tandberg
  • Ian Thompson
  • Kathy Thompson
  • Jim and Brenda Tiefenthaler
  • Marie and Patrick Treadway
  • Rick Trout (Retired)
  • Joan Tucker
  • Lane VanderSluis
  • Vicki Vanneman
  • Stefanos Ventopoulos
  • Bob and Jan Verrinder
  • Shairn Villa
  • Madeleine Von Laue
  • Luci Walker
  • Jonathan Wambach
  • Clare Weber (Associate Professor, WSU Vancouver)
  • Laurel Whitehurst
  • Adam Wilkinson
  • Davis Wilkinson
  • Trevin Wilkinson
  • David Williams
  • Holly Williams
  • Melissa Williams
  • Jerry Wilson (Taught U.S. HISTORY & World Issues ( CWP), Retired battleground h.s.teacher/Alaska commercial fishermsn)
  • Swati Wilson
  • Jane Wulff

YES! I endorse Carolyn Long for Congress!

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