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Hear Directly from Candidates via TVW’s 2012 Video Voters’ Guide

For immediate release – July 5, 2012

For more info: Mike Bay, VP-Programming TVW, 360-725-3981

TVWOlympia, WA – Voters can watch unedited video statements from candidates for 12 statewide elected offices ­– on statewide cable TV and online at -- via the 2012 Video Voters’ Guide produced by TVW in conjunction with the Washington Secretary of State.

The 2012 Video Voters’ Guide includes statements from candidates for the following offices:

  • United State Senate
  • Governor
  • Lieutenant Governor
  • Secretary of State
  • State Auditor
  • Attorney General
  • Commissioner of Public Lands
  • Superintendent of Public Instruction
  • Insurance Commissioner
  • State Supreme Court Justice, Position No. 2
  • State Supreme Court Justice, Position No. 8
  • State Supreme Court Justice, Position No. 9

TVW began televising the 2012 Video Voters’ Guide this week.  TVW is on statewide cable TV – channel locations here:  All candidate statements are available on-line on-demand at  Like all TVW coverage, candidate video statements may be embedded free of charge on any website.

All statewide candidates were invited to tape statements, and approximately 75% of candidates participated.  Later this summer TVW will tape statements from proponents and opponents of statewide ballot measures.  Those video statements will begin airing by Labor Day.


Note:  WA State Treasurer Jim McIntire, running unopposed, decided not to tape a statement.

Often called the Washington state version of C-SPAN, TVW is a private nonprofit statewide cable TV network that provides unedited gavel-to-gavel television coverage of state government, elections, and public policy events.  The network also offers produced programs like “Inside Olympia,” “The Impact,” “Legislative Review,” and “Well Read.”  Cable television carries TVW for free, reaching 99% of the cable households in Washington.  Viewers can watch all TVW programs on-line on-demand at


Glenn Anderson and legislative aid, Kathie

On the campaign trail, Rep. Glenn Anderson (R-Fall City)
accompanied by his legislative aid, Kathie.

Independent Republican Candidate for Lieutenant Governor Denied Chance to Speak at GOP State Convention

May 31, 2012
For Immediate Release

Grade-­‐school playground politics alleged

Tacoma, WA – May 31, 2012 – The Washington State Republican Party central leadership committee has voted not to allow State Representative Glenn Anderson, (R-­‐Fall City) to address the Republican state convention in Tacoma along with other Republicans running for statewide office.

Rep. Anderson has filed as an Independent Republican to challenge 16-­‐year incumbent Democrat Brad Owen for the Office of Lieutenant Governor.

“It’s truly unfortunate, at a time when the public is giving our Washington State Republican Party a strong second look, that they would come to such a decision. Voters are seeking qualified candidates that are inclusive and who understand their real concerns regarding the future of our state and their families. Grade-­‐school playground politics about who is pure enough for the club is not what voters are interested in,” said Anderson.

Glenn Anderson 2012 Candidate for Lt Governor, WA State

Glenn Anderson 2012 Candidate for Lt Governor speaking at Lacey Meet The Candidate April 28, 2012. Please visit Glenn Anderson's website for more details and information:

Rep. Glenn Anderson takes on Lt. Gov. Owen

Brad Shannon | The Olympian
Published January 06, 2012

Brad Shannon maintains the Politics blog. He is political editor at The Olympian and can be reached at 360-753-1688 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Republican state Rep. Glenn Anderson made it official. He’s running for lieutenant governor in a bid to break Democratic incumbent Brad Owen’s four-term hold on the office.

Republican Bill Finkbeiner, who is a former Senate majority leader from Kirkland, announced last month he is running. Also in the race is a less-well-known Party of Commons candidate, Clifford Mark Greene of Bellevue.

In his announcement, Anderson asks: “The current Lieutenant Governor has now served 16 consecutive years, and is seeking re-election to a fifth term. What will the citizens of the state get in the next four years that they failed to achieve in the last 16 from the incumbent?”

And the Fall City resident goes on to say:

The Glenn Anderson 2012 campaign will focus on re-energizing the Lieutenant Governor’s office as a force for thoughtful independent thinking and advocacy in solving the problems facing our state. “When travelling around our state the number-one concern I hear from citizens is their frustration. They say ‘How do we restart our future and what are we trying to achieve?’ In this economy, we all struggle with economic and personal challenges. I’m going to try to change that,” Says Anderson. “That means really challenging Olympia to break the business-as-usual attitude. But it also means challenging voters on what it takes to deliver a prosperous future. Are we going to build and own our future? Or, will we merely allow Olympia to argue as it just happens?”

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