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Representative Carolyn Eslick has a long history of serving the residents of the 39th Legislative District. Carolyn served as a 3-term Mayor of Sultan until appointed to the House of Representatives in 2017, re-elected in 2018 and now serves on the House Transportation, Capital Budget, Human Services and Early Learning and Arts Committees. Carolyn Eslick has the experience and insight it takes to lead in Olympia. 

In the three years as your Washington State District 39 Representative, Carolyn has helped pass several critical pieces of legislation. Among them, HB 2883 which returns to parents the ability to get medically necessary Mental Health treatment for their children ages 13-17. 

Carolyn understands the challenges our community faces with the Economy, Education, Transportation, Over Taxation and Over Regulation. Please see more on these issues here.

LATEST NEWS

 I was on the Jason Rantz Show on 770 KTTH Speaking about the fact that in an 11-4 vote Snohomish County Health Board decided to let the Snohomish Health Officer, Dr. Christopher Spitters, an unelected person, have the authority to pursue legal action against businesses.

Businesses are just trying to make a living and keep from shutting down permanently. Why is it that big box stores are ok while mom and pop shops, who can also stay safe, are not considered ok to open? 

We must re-open our businesses now. Please keep pressure on to make this happen. Contact the SnoCo Health Board and County Executive to tell them to open businesses, not punish them!

Thank you to the 4 board members who voted AGAINST this outrageous ruling that will only hurt citizens and our local businesses: County Councilmen Sam Low and Nate Nehring, Everett City Councilmember Scott Bader and Marysville Councilman Jeff Vaghan.


Help send me back to Olympia by volunteering, endorsing or donating to my campaign. Thank you!

Update: Thanks to your voices we did move into Phase 2. Keep up the good work!

I recently sat down with Snohomish County Council Chairman Nate Nehering to discuss how we can help businesses and re-open Snohomish County.

Gridlock keeps

many in Sultan

feeling trapped in

their homes

The Everett Herald

Held hostage by an onslaught of

cars that clog U.S. 2, Sky Valley residents rally for a solution.

This has sparked a renewed push by residents and elected officials to address the issue.

A community meeting hosted by Low and Eslick in the summer drew about 100 people, many of whom described feeling held captive by the traffic.

Working off that momentum, Eslick and Low and a coalition of mayors along U.S. 2 are organizing a lobbying effort to secure $1 million for a study of possible remedies. Civic leaders and residents are planning a trip to Olympia in February to press their point with lawmakers. Read more...

 I was honored to speak at a rally in Everett to re-open businesses. So many are on the edge of closing for good. Many of our community non-profits and charities are also suffering.
I am working hard to help our small businesses and pressing our Governor to re-open Snohomish and Skagit Counties and our state. Please support the businesses that are open.
The road back will be difficult but I will continue to work to rebuild our economy, communities and businesses.
Help send me back to Olympia by volunteering, endorsing or donating to my campaign. Thank you!

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P O Box 776 Sultan, WA 98294