Bryant Campaign hits the road to stump in 23 cities across the state


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Bryant Campaign hits the road to stump in 23 cities across the state

(Seattle, WA) On the heels of the Bill Bryant for Governor campaign ad released last week, Washingtonians will have the opportunity to hear about Bryant’s “fresh perspective” in person, as the campaign hits the road with a 23-city bus tour.  The “Big Blue Bus Ballot Bash” tour will make “whistle stops” across the state, where Bill Bryant will deliver his stump speech to voters.

“I want to listen to voters and hear what they care about. I want to focus on Washington State's issues, on how to make our government better, not just bigger,” explained Bryant.  

In response to the announcement, Governor Dan Evans said, “Bill is all over the state all the time, listening to people and sharing his idea to make Washington work better. He just wants to get stuff done."

The tour, aimed at getting out the primary vote, begins today in Port Angeles and ends in Lewis County (Chehalis) where Bill launched his campaign last year.

Washingtonians are invited to join Bill Bryant and encouraged to bring friends.  The statewide bus tour will make “whistle stops” in:  

Port Angeles, July 19th

Silverdale, July 19th

Bothell, July 20th

Marysville, July 20th

Walla Walla, July 22nd

Tri-Cities (Kennewick), July 22nd

Spokane, July 23rd

Ellensburg, July 24th

Yakima, July 24th

Wenatchee, July 25th

Chewelah, July 25th

Moses Lake, July 26th

Auburn, July 27th

Puyallup, July 27th

Shelton, July 27th

Oak Harbor, July 28th

Mount Vernon, July 28th

Bellingham, July 28th

Longview, July 31st

Vancouver, July 31st

Yelm, August 1st

Chehalis, August 1st

Seattle, August 2nd

For more information on the tour, visit:

Bill Bryant is a lifelong Washingtonian.  He’s built a company that operates on both sides of the mountains. Bill is chairman of BCI, a firm that helps farmers and agricultural companies export their crops. He is recognized as an innovative local government leader, a conservationist, and is the Republican candidate for governor.



Mike Foster