Whatcom County Affordable Housing Council political committee compelled to amend name to comply with state law / Facebook post, Sj Robson

Screenshot detail of the 10/2/19 amended Whatcom County Affordable Housing Council C-1 report filed with the Public Disclosure Commission, which reflects the corrected and current full name of the political committee that includes the committee’s sponsor, the Building Industry Association of Whatcom County

October 8, 2019 Sandy Robson

Finally, the Whatcom County Affordable Housing political committee has been compelled to amend its committee’s name in order to comply with state law.

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April Barker’s email response addressing the Whatcom County Affordable Housing Council’s 2019 contribution to her mayoral campaign / Noisy Waters Northwest

September 24, 2019 Dena Jensen

In a September 22, 2019 blog post, I had published the text of a September 18, 2019 email that I had sent to 2019 Bellingham mayoral candidate April Barker regarding a campaign contribution that had been made to her campaign by the Whatcom County Affordable Housing Council (WCAHC). The Whatcom County Affordable Housing Council is a 2019 continuing political action committee.

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Email to Bellingham Mayoral candidate April Barker about the Whatcom County Affordable Housing Council

September 22, 2019 Dena Jensen

About 4 days ago on September 18, 2019, I wrote a letter to 2019 Bellingham Mayoral candidate, April Barker, about the contribution made to her campaign back in June of this year by the Whatcom County Affordable Housing Council, offering some of the information from a Facebook post made by Sandy Robson about their Public Disclosure Commission registration and reporting.

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Fire Doug #19 / Noisy Waters Northwest

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Click the graphic to access The Bellingham Herald article, “PDC: Doug Ericksen’s campaign cash coming mostly from special interests, corporations

September 13, 2018  Dena Jensen

Doug’s Got to Go post #19 is going to focus on the prominent display of corporate and business campaign contributions to Republican State Senator Doug Ericksen’s campaign. In the Public Disclosure Commission charts shown in this post we can see that in 2014 Senator Ericksen’s contributions were composed of $118,073 in contributions from businesses, compared to his opponent Seth Fleetwood’s business contributions being composed of $5775 for that year. Continue reading