Art Coday announces run for State Representative from 32nd district

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Art Coday, Jr. M.D. has withdrawn from the race for US Senate and has announced that he will run for the open seat in the Washington State House of Representatives from the 32nd district.
From his Facebook page:
My campaign for state representative will present unmistakably common sense solutions to the issues troubling the people of the 32nd Legislative District – our children’s education, transportation gridlock, and public safety.

Healthcare insurance policy properly belongs at the state level, and my life and work experience equips me to offer solutions that will lower costs, improve the quality of care, increase competition, reduce bureaucracy, and put control back where it belongs – with patients, their families, and their doctor.

Instead of soaring unemployment, we need economic growth in the state of Washington. I will campaign for lower tax rates, respect for property rights, and an improved business climate. I am opposed to a state income tax.


Dan Michael May 31, 2010 at 10:29 AM  

I haven't been involved in following politics before this year and started going to the Senate candidate forums since January. Dr. Coday impressed me more than the other candidates of being highly intelligent on the issues, sincere on his wish to serve, and with a large amount of common sense in his answers to how to improve things. The 32nd District will benefit from having him as our Representative.

Anonymous,  May 31, 2010 at 7:43 PM  

I took a look at Dr. Coday's Federal Election Commission filings and there was a great deal of money donated from outside of Washington State and from the medical care industry. Who would he represent, the citizens of the 32nd District or his friends in the medical community?

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