TRAIL MIX: Patty Murray Visits Olympia, Vancouver, Longview to Get Out The Vote!

News | November 5, 2022

(Olympia, WA) – Today, U.S. Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) continued her efforts to Get Out the Vote with campaign stops in Vancouver, Longview, and Olympia — highlighting her track record of fighting for Washington state and working to lower costs and build an economy that works for everyone, not just billionaires and big corporations.

In case you missed it, here’s today’s latest serving of campaign trail mix from the People for Patty Murray Campaign:

This morning, Patty spoke at a canvass launch in Vancouver with other Democratic candidates, volunteers, and supporters. Patty encouraged volunteers to sign up for additional door-knocking shifts and highlighted recent accomplishments to lower the cost of prescription drugs and build a clean energy economy.

Afterward, Patty made her way to another Get Out The Vote canvass in Longview alongside other Democratic candidates, volunteers, and supporters. Patty underscored the stakes of this election and the importance of having face-to-face conversations with voters.

Patty then headed to Olympia, where she was joined by Rep. Marilyn Strickland (WA-10) and other Democratic candidates, volunteers, and supporters. Patty spoke about her work to lower costs, defend our democracy, and protect a woman’s right to choose — and the clear differences between herself and her opponent, who is anti-abortion and praised the Dobbs decision, said it would be “awesome” to have Donald Trump’s endorsement, and wants to extend the Trump tax giveaways for the wealthy but has not proposed a single solution that would combat inflation or lower costs for working families.