Halfway There

With your help, we earned a decisive victory on Tuesday, August 6. Many of you donated to my campaign, marched in parades, knocked on doors, placed a sign in your yard, and reminded your friends and family to vote. You weren’t cowed by the left’s despicable attempt to invent a controversy and smear my character at the last minute. In absolute desperation, they lied to discourage you and suppress your vote, but it didn’t work.

You showed up, and the other side had a miserable night. I won in 35 out of 36 precincts and tied in the 36th; voters in conservative strongholds came out in greater numbers than voters in liberal strongholds; and about one third of our votes came from generally infrequent voters, who identified something in our campaign to get excited about.

Of course, past performance is no guarantee of future results. After a victory, we each have the option to become complacent or to double down on what worked. I choose to double down, and I’m asking for your help!

Over the next few months, I need to raise enough money to ensure a victory in the general election when the other side throws all they have into the race. For those of you who donated to my campaign during the Primary, I hope the results have spoken for themselves. We put your money to work and did so effectively. The political contribution limits for the Primary are separate from the political contribution limits for the General. And now each individual or business can give up to another $1,000 to my campaign for the upcoming election on November 5.

If you’d like to become involved in another capacity, please fill out this form. We’re looking for people who want a campaign sign for their yard or who are willing to knock on doors and call voters when the time comes.

A successful campaign in one district of Whatcom County can drive success in other county-wide races as well. During the Primary, voter participation in District 4 was higher than anywhere else. If this trend continues, our success will spill over into the other races, and other good candidates will also benefit. Let’s show the other side that the Primary wasn’t a fluke but a turning point for our county.

Please consider a donation today.

 

- Kathy Kershner


Happy 4th of July!

On this special day, we celebrate the birth of our country and take time to reflect on the freedoms that we so cherish.

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An Exciting Campaign Update

Over the past few weeks, my campaign picked up two more important endorsements from Whatcom Fire District 7 and the Whatcom County Republican Party. We also held our fourth successful Coffee with Kathy event and marched in the Lynden Farmers Day Parade.

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Whatcom County Republican Party Endorses Kathy Kershner

Thank you Whatcom County Republican Party for the endorsement of my campaign. I’m looking forward to representing the traditional values of the people in District 4. Thanks for your support!

- Kathy Kershner


Jobs and Cherry Point

Before you vote in August and November, it is important that you know where I stand on the most critical issues that face our local government. In the next few weeks, I plan to highlight several topics that affect the health, wealth, and well-being of our community.

Perhaps, no issue is more important than ensuring the economic vitality of Whatcom County.

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Firefighters Endorse Kathy Kershner for Whatcom County Council

I am honored to receive the endorsement of Whatcom County Fire District 7. The department covers 72 square miles of our local community, and its career and volunteer firefighters responded to over 4,800 calls last year!

- Kathy Kershner


The Endorsement that Matters Most

Last week, I was humbled once again to receive the endorsement of the Whatcom County Deputy Sheriff Guild. Like you, I am so grateful to our first responders who put it all on the line every day to keep our county safe. As your county councilmember, I will support them with the resources they need to do their job and do it well.

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An Important Message from Kathy Kershner

Faith, family, and hard work. These are the priorities we value in Whatcom County.  

I’m Kathy Kershner, and it was my privilege to serve as your voice on the county council from 2010 to 2014. Today, I’m running for the open seat on the Whatcom County Council, District 4, to represent the hardworking people who contribute to this very special place we call home.

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Small Town Mayors Endorse Kathy Kershner

I’m so honored to receive the endorsement of Lynden Mayor - Scott Korthuis, Sumas Mayor - Kyle Christensen, and Everson Mayor - John Perry. I look forward to partnering closely with all three leaders on issues including preserving our agricultural heritage, ensuring access to water for families, and developing thoughtful growth and infrastructure plans.

- Kathy Kershner


The Whatcom County Deputy Sheriff Guild Endorses Kathy Kershner

I'm so pleased to be endorsed by the Whatcom County Deputy Sheriff Guild. As your county councilmember, I will support our first responders who put it all on the line every day to keep our county safe.

- Kathy Kershner


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