Your representative should stand for you and protect freedoms and liberties as endowed by our Creator and established in our constitutions.
As your Representative, Brian will.
Vote for change, not a career politician.
Brian advocates professionally, promoting public welfare through application of science and engineering principles to protect people and their environment. Brian is not going to Olympia in order to be a career politician – he is answering the call to bring the change we need.
Last year, Brian assisted Senator Marko Liias (D) in authoring amendments to new legislation known as the Greg “Gibby” Gibson Fire Safety Act. Earlier this year, Brian successfully petitioned the State Building Code Council to reconsider amendments to state regulations.
Of about 10,000 respondents to a Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) survey, nearly 60% said “No” to mandatory comprehensive sex education (CSE). The incumbent voted Yea for CSE and it passed. Consider, even if a child does not participate in the scheduled CSE class time, they would still certainly be immersed in the culture created by the content and exposed to questions or comments made by their classmates at other times. Though on its face the text of the bill may appear benign, specific concerns exist with the curriculum itself. Brian supports repeal of CSE.
The incumbent voted to allow facial recognition technology into our everyday lives and it was signed into law in March. Real concerns exist over how the collected data is stored and protected. One way to regulate it would be to just say No – that’s what California did! And after investigation by Canadian privacy protection authorities, a US-based software company ceased offering its facial recognition services in Canada altogether this July! If it’s not good enough for California or the entire country of Canada, Washingtonians should not be the guinea pigs. Brian will work to stop this intrusive legislation and protect your privacy.
In the current session, our legislative and executive branches have infringed upon our medical freedom. Religious freedom is protected under Article 1 Section 11 of our State Constitution, with the exception of “practices inconsistent with the peace and safety of the state.” Medical freedom should be similarly respected. Brian believes Washingtonians should be free to make individual health decisions, including what treatments they pursue or procedures from which they abstain, and work to expand health insurance options available to businesses and individuals.