Washington Indivisible Town Hall Series: 26th LD Candidates

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As part of our Indivisible Town Hall Series, in partnership with the Washington Indivisible Network and Indivisible Tacoma, we present two Democratic candidates for the state legislature from the 26th LD.

Carrie Hesch is Recreation/Athletics Director at the Washington Corrections Center for Women, and she serves as an elected Director on the Key Peninsula Community Services Board. She is running for state representative in position 1.

And Joy Stanford is a Community Outreach Specialist with Shared Housing Services, and she’s a substitute teacher in the Peninsula School District. She is running for state representative in position 2.


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