District 31

Position: Rep 1

John Frostad

Party (1): L
Email: johnfrostad@outlook.com
Q1: Do you favor establishing a family and medical leave insurance program for Washington, funded through payroll premiums (estimated to total $3.00 per week for a typical worker)?
If contributions to the insurance program are involuntary, I could not support it. If this program was organized in a way to opt-in to contribute and participate I could support it.
Q2: Will you prioritize passing family and medical leave insurance in 2017?
If contributions are involuntarily taken from people’s paychecks, I could not support it.
Q3: Optional additional statement:
As with short term disability insurance, I think people should have a resource such as family leave insurance available. This could be organized independent of government. I do not think participation in such a program should be involuntary.

Rep. Drew Stokesbary

Party (1): R
Email: drew@drewstokesbary.com
Q1: Do you favor establishing a family and medical leave insurance program for Washington, funded through payroll premiums (estimated to total $3.00 per week for a typical worker)?
Did not respond
Q2: Will you prioritize passing family and medical leave insurance in 2017?
Did not respond

Position: Rep 2

Phil Fortunato

Party (1): R
Email: Phil@VoteFortunato.org
Q1: Do you favor establishing a family and medical leave insurance program for Washington, funded through payroll premiums (estimated to total $3.00 per week for a typical worker)?
Did not respond
Q2: Will you prioritize passing family and medical leave insurance in 2017?
Did not respond

Lane Walthers

Party (1): I/D
Email: L_walthers@hotmail.com
Q1: Do you favor establishing a family and medical leave insurance program for Washington, funded through payroll premiums (estimated to total $3.00 per week for a typical worker)?
Did not respond
Q2: Will you prioritize passing family and medical leave insurance in 2017?
Did not respond