Joshua Freed to speak at dinner meeting scheduled for Thu., March 19
VANCOUVER — Joshua Freed is the first in a series of Republican candidates for Washington governor slated to speak to Clark County Republican Women (CCRW) this year.
Freed will deliver a keynote address at CCRW’s next dinner meeting on Thu., March 19. The public is invited to attend this exclusive candidate engagement presented by CCRW at Club Green Meadows, 7703 NE 72nd Avenue, Vancouver, WA 98661. Dinner cost is $24 for CCRW members and $30 for guests. Advance registration is required. Register online at ClarkCountyRepublicanWomen.org.
Freed is described as a proud, lifelong Washingtonian. He was born in Kirkland, lived in Egypt and Pakistan, graduated from Inglemoor High School in Kenmore, and married his college sweetheart, Lindie, after they graduated from Seattle Pacific University. As the son of a nurse and a federal service diplomat, he has a lifelong passion to serve local and global communities including the Philippines and Kenya.
Freed served for 12 years on the Bothell City Council, and was chosen to lead the city as mayor where he supervised the greatest revitalization of a downtown in Washington with $450 million in private investment.
Freed served on the King County Mental Health Advisory Board and was the leader against government run heroin injection sites through Initiative 27. Freed believes his experience of leadership in small business, local government, and helping those in need make him uniquely qualified to tackle the biggest challenges facing the state.
CCRW is a fast growing Republican Women’s organization and is currently one of the largest in Washington state. The public is invited to join CCRW today and be part of the impact at ClarkCountyRepublicanWomen.org.
Information provided by Clark County Republican Women.