Eighteenth Legislative District Republicans seeking nominees to replace retiring Sen. Ann Rivers

Senator expected to step down prior to start of 2022 legislative session

Sen. Ann Rivers recently announced her intention to vacate her Washington State Senate seat. The 18th Legislative District Republican Committee had their quarterly meeting Tuesday and outlined a process to recruit potential nominees to replace their state senator when her retirement becomes effective.

Sen. Ann Rivers recently announced her intention to vacate her Washington State Senate seat.
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An 18th Legislative District Committee special meeting will be held on Sat., Nov. 20, 2021, at 9 a.m., to select and rank three nominees. Each candidate will introduce themselves to the Precinct Committee Officers of the 18th Legislative District and answer questions. The top three nominees will be forwarded to the Clark County Republican Central Committee for ratification. Per the Washington State Constitution, the three nominees will ultimately be sent to the Clark County Council for the final selection of Senator Rivers’ replacement.

Interested parties must send an email expressing interest to 18LDChairClarkRepublicans@gmail.com to request an application packet. The requirements for consideration include:

  • Proof and length of current 18th Legislative District residency
  • Completed 18th Legislative District Senator questionnaire
  • Resume including demonstrated background of Republican political involvement
  • Letter of nomination from a current 18th Legislative District Precinct Committee Officer

Applicants will need to complete the questionnaire and submit a resume for consideration by 5 p.m., Fri., Nov. 5, 2021.

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