District 5

Position: Rep 1

Jason Ritchie

Party (1): Working Families Democrat
Email: jason@ritchieforwa.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)?
Yes, I fully support paid family and medical leave in Washington state
Q2: Will you prioritize passing family and medical leave insurance in 2017?
Yes, passage of paid family and medical leave is critical to our state and to our economy. This must be our priority in the 2017 legislative session and will have my full support.
Q3: Optional additional statement:
I am running as a Working Families Democrat in my race to represent the 5th LD, Position 1. This means that I am committed to standing up for living wage jobs, paid family and medical leave and creating affordable higher education. I working with allied and labor organizations to knock on doors, ring phones and create a contrast between myself and my opponent on these critical issues. I am focused on making sure these issues are top of mind in the next legislative session and beyond. I hope that I can earn your endorsement and support in this critical race.

Rep. Jay Rodne

Party (1): R
Email: jay_rodne@comcast.net
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
Previous vote (3): Nay

Position: Rep 2

Darcy Burner

Party (1): D
Email: info@darcyburner.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)?
Yes
Q2: Will you prioritize passing family and medical leave insurance in 2017?
Yes

Paul Graves

Party (1): R
Email: info@paulgraveswa.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: Senate

Rep. Chad Magendanz

Party (1): R
Email: info@magendanz.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

Sen. Mark Mullet

Party (1): D
Email: taemin@electmarkmullet.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