Watch the latest videos from the campaign trail

The second Gubernatorial Debate! 


2016 Inland Northwest State of Reform
Lunch Presentation with Bill Bryant


Bill Bryant Speech to Washington Trucking Association

Traffic costs all of us time and money. Yesterday I spoke to the Washington Trucking Association about my plan to reduce traffic and get our freight moving.


Let's get Washington to work!

I met with the Association of Washington Business and outlined my plan to create jobs and grow our economy. Let's get Washington to work!


Support Career and Technical Education


The first Gubernatorial Debate!


My Promise on Charter Schools

I met with students, parents, and teachers at Destiny, a publicly chartered school in Tacoma. Watch the video to learn more about my promise. 


Beers with Bill

It was a pleasure to answer questions and hear from so many folks at our 16-city Oktoberfest "Beers with Bill" Tour. Congratulations to Bryan Pepin-Donat of Richland for winning our Seahawks tickets. Watch our video wrap-up.


Touring Rainier Charter School

The key to helping our kids is embracing innovation.


Bill Bryant tours Delta High School


Bill Bryant on saving charter schools


Slade Gorton endorses Bill Bryant for Governor


Campaign update from Shelton

We need to create family wage jobs throughout Washington State


Former Governor Dan Evans endorses Bill Bryant for Governor

"He is a uniter, not a divider and will start bringing the people of this state back together," said Evans.


Interview with King 5 News on Charter Schools

Please watch my comments from earlier today regarding the Washington State Supreme Court's ruling on Charter Schools.


My first home with Barbara

My wife Barbara and I moved into this home while living in Yakima helping the agriculture community.


Expanding Middle-Class Jobs and Tourism

The Port of Seattle, Norwegian Cruise Lines, and the Building Trades of King County came together for a historic unprecedented public-private sector partnership.


Campaign Update

Update from the Bill Bryant for Governor campaign trail including fundraising update.


Campaign Update and Bike with Bill

An update from the campaign trail and learn how to #BikeWithBill


Northwest Seaport Alliance

I was proud to be part of a historic vote today in Federal Way. Our new Northwest Seaport Alliance, made up of the Ports of Seattle and Tacoma, make the third-largest container gateway in North America.

What we’ve done today is to modernize government to keep jobs in Washington State.


July 2015 update from the campaign trail

Watch video for an update from the campaign trail. 


Update from the campaign trail & happy 4th of July

A video update from this week on the campaign trail and happy Independence Day.


East Marginal Way Bridge Opening

Bill Bryant Remarks on Transportation Progress

Phase I of the EMWGS project was completed and celebrated two years ago. We are now celebrating the completion of Phase II. The East Marginal Way Grade Separation (EMWGS) project is a major roadway overpass near the East Marginal Way/South Spokane Street intersection. The grade separation is a complex bridge structure that conveys surface traffic above both Burlington Northern/Santa Fe (BNSF) and Union Pacific Railroad (UPRR) tracks. The completed project improves freight mobility for numerous terminals and provides safer transit for all traffic by eliminating surface street/railroad crossing conflicts at this area.
The East Marginal Way Phase II project will complete surface street improvements at the south end of the EMWGS structure and eliminate the last remaining conflict between rail traffic and northbound traffic accessing the structure. Additionally, proposed construction project improvements beneath the new, adjacent SR-99 structure will enable southbound freight traffic from the EMWGS structure to cross East Marginal Way South and access the proposed Argo Yard Truck Roadway.

The Argo Yard Truck Roadway will reduce round-trip dray times for harbor truckers while improving safety for general-purpose traffic. The project will accomplish these goals by creating a direct drayage route shortcut to the Argo Yard that bypasses congested portions of East Marginal Way South. Additionally, UPRR will construct an Argo Yard gate and site upgrades, to speed truck processing.