CAMAS, WA – Today, Kevin Wallace, former Bellevue City Council Member and small business owner, endorsed Leslie Lewallen for WA-03. The announcement comes after eight days of endorsement announcements from the Lewallen camp.
“It is with great pleasure that I offer my full endorsement to Leslie Lewallen’s campaign for Washington-03. Democrats like Marie Gluesenkamp Perez want to radicalize Washington and unleash their tax-and-spend agendas on hardworking Washingtonians, but Leslie Lewallen will fight to save us money. I can’t think of a better representative for Southwest Washington”, said Wallace.
Kevin Wallace was on the Bellevue City Council from 2008-2017 and is now president of Wallace Properties after practicing real estate law at the Seattle firms of Foster Pepper and K&L Gates. His years of experience in local government, practicing law, and owning his own business make him exceptionally qualified to offer an endorsement.
“Kevin Wallace has served the people of Washington in a number of ways, and his endorsement shows that who we send to Congress matters for all Washingtonians,” said Lewallen. “I am proud to be taking up this fight for our state to ensure our values are represented in Congress.”
This endorsement announcement is the ninth in another week of upcoming releases, highlighting the diverse and growing support for Leslie Lewallen’s campaign. While Marie Gluesenkamp Perez actively votes against the interests of WA-03 constituents, Leslie Lewallen will fight to show voters that there is a better path forward.
See the past week’s endorsements here:
- Tiffany Smiley, Endeavor PAC Chair
- Jennifer Senescu, Camas City Council Member
- Rob McKenna, Former Washington State Attorney General
- Sam Reed, Former Washington Secretary of State
- Liz Pike, Former State Representative and Camas City Council Member
- Reagan Dunn, King County Council Vice-Chair
- Larry Hoff, former Washington State Representative from District 18
- JT Wilcox, WA State member of the House of Representatives from District 2
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