WASHINGTON
     Nov. 8, 2016 Governor
  
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Building A New Economy
FOR WASHINGTON

Aerospace JOBS
Our state led the country's first technological revolution in aerospace and it has been a bedrock of our economy for half a century, employing more than 84,000 workers.

I'll continue to fight to strengthen the industry's position in the competition for defense and commercial aircraft contracts, while investing in the development of a skilled workforce to meet the needs of aerospace employers.

I'll provide incentives for the research and development of the next generation of jet fuel for commercial and military aviation to ensure our state remains the thriving, job-creating, cutting-edge leader of the aerospace industry.

Clean Energy JOBS

America is undergoing another revolution in clean energy and the technology to produce it - and Washington is poised to lead the way again.

Just as the plan to put a man on the moon led to advances in science and technology beyond our wildest dreams, making Washington the hub of a new clean energy economy will spur new inventions, create new industries and good jobs at every skill level and in all regions. Farmers in Colfax and engineers in Bellevue will be equal partners. Wind from the east will power skyscrapers in the west.

Agriculture JOBS

Our state grows strong minds and creative inventions - but its fertile soil is also Washington's biggest employer, with $13 billion of agriculture products exported through our ports in 2010.

We can build upon this success and create more jobs by using our natural assets to adapt to a changing economy, creating jobs for farmers who grow camelina that fuels jets and planes and developing the partnership between Boeing, Alaska Airlines, farmers and scientists that has made WSU a center for advanced sustainable biofuels.


"Building on the industries we have and the innovation in our genes, we can create thousands of jobs today while making Washington the leader in the industries of tomorrow."

Innovative IDEAS and Independence

To Plow A New Economic Path
From the days he drove bulldozers and cement trucks to pay for college, Jay lnslee has always plowed his own path. He's never been afraid to take on his political party or powerful interests, voting againstthe Wall Street bank bailout and against invading Iraq.

His ideas on the economy don't come from tired old recipes, either. He wrote a book on clean energy jobs that Bill Clinton called "a field guide for our future." lnslee's plan to build a stronger economy is rooted in our state's spirit of innovation and his own original thinking.


Meet Jay Insley

A fifth-generation Washington native raised on the shores of Puget Sound, Jay's dad was a biology teacher and a football coach, and his mom was a clerk at Sears & Roebuck.

After driving bulldozers and cement trucks to pay his way through college, Jay married his high school sweetheart Trudi, the perfect marriage of a UW Husky and a WSU Cougar.

Jay has a unique perspective on the state - he represented both sides of the Cascades in Congress. He and Trudi raised three boys in a century-old farmhouse in the Yakima Valley for nearly 20 years before returning to Western Washington, where Jay became a proud grandfather of two.
 
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INNOVATIVE IDEAS and INDEPENDENCE
To Plow A New Economic Path

"Jay Inslee is an "authentic, independent leader" whose "leadership on the emerging clean energy economy" will help build "long-lasting economic growth in every corner of the state." –President Barack Obama

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In Washington, innovation is in our genes.
We create. We invent. We build."


From the days he drove bulldozers and cement trucks to pay for college, Jay Inslee has always plowed his own path. He's never been afraid to take on his political party or powerful interests, voting against the Wall Street bank bailout and against invading Iraq.

His ideas on the economy don't come from tired old recipes, either. Inslee's plan to build a stronger economy is rooted in our state's spirit of innovation and his own original thinking. His plan will spur new inventions, cultivate new industries and create good jobs at every skill level and in all regions.


President Clinton called Inslee's book on clean energy jobs "a field guide for our time."


PAID FOR BY JAY INSLEE FOR WASHINGTON (D)
P.O. Box 21067, Seattle, WA 98111




Biography  [born Feb. 9, 1951]
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MEET JAY
Governor Jay Inslee is a fifth generation Washingtonian and grew up in the Puget Sound area. After graduating from Ingraham High School, Jay married his high school sweetheart, Trudi. Jay and Trudi then spent nearly 20 years working and raising their three sons in the Yakima Valley, and are now proud grandparents of three.
 
Jay first got into public service to fight for a new public high school in Selah in 1985. He then went on to represent the 14th legislative district in the state House of Representatives and in 1992 was elected to represent the 4th Congressional District in Eastern Washington. Jay later moved back to the Puget Sound area and was elected to Congress in 1998 where he served until 2012. He now serves as Washington's 23rd governor.
 
As governor, Jay is working hard to build a stronger economy and a better future for every Washington family – and making real progress. He has made historic improvements in early learning and K-12 education, including expanding all-day kindergarten and lowering class sizes for K-3. He steadfastly pushed for, and passed a much needed bipartisan transportation measure that will create 200,000 jobs as it improves and widens roadways, repairs bridges, and adds ferries and mass transit. And when faced with tragedy that cost lives and damaged livelihoods, Governor Inslee worked to quickly rebuild economic lifelines like the Skagit River Bridge after it collapsed and SR 530 after the landslide, helping to rejuvenate our communities as quickly as possible.