Fire Doug #14 / Noisy Waters Northwest

 

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Click the graphic to access the Noisy Waters Northwest post, “Senator Doug Ericksen: “…in my capacity, I couldn’t be lobbying for just one state”

September 8, 2018  Dena Jensen

Today makes two full weeks of Doug’s Got to Go posts. Oh yes, I am seeing if the list of Republican State Senator Doug Ericksen’s offensive actions and threats to our planet will take us all the way to Election Day 2018 when we get to fire him. So here we are on day 14, reminding ourselves of an appearance by Senator Erickson on a May 2, 2017 broadcast of Dillon Honcoop’s Morning Show on KGMI. Continue reading

Do you believe in fate? Recent Doug Ericksen FOIA records finally received / Facebook post, Sj Robson

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EPA Earnings and Leave Statement for Doug Ericksen, period ending 03/18/2017

May 11, 2017  Sandy Robson

On March 20, 2017, I submitted a FOIA request to the EPA for records relating to Washington state Senator Doug Ericksen, who was appointed by the Trump Administration to a Senior Adviser position with the EPA, which started on January 21, 2017. I have been checking daily on the FOIA website under my registered account to see if the records I requested were released, but each time I looked, my request would still display the following: “No records have been released.”  Continue reading

A Tea Party by any other name / Noisy Waters Northwest, Sandy Robson

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March 26, 2017  Sandy Robson

The Whatcom Tea Party is ostensibly defunct.  A March 12, 2017, email newsletter sent by the Whatcom Tea Party’s “Town Crier,” to the group’s email mailing list subscribers, stated in part:

“It is with some regret, but also the knowledge that it was a great catalyst, that the Whatcom Tea Party closed its doors effective January 27, 2017, so that we can continue to move forward with our new projects. The tea party lives on, but with new names and new organizations.

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Trump’s rally in Lynden: Will we get what we paid for? / Noisy Waters Northwest, Sandy Robson

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Senator Doug Ericksen’s Facebook cover photo showing him on the stage, shaking hands with Donald Trump at a May 7, 2016, Trump rally, held at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds, in Lynden, WA.

May 15, 2016  Sandy Robson

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, and his campaign, chose Lynden, a small city in Northwest Washington, about 5 miles south of the U.S.-Canadian border, for his May 7, 2016 rally. Continue reading