Bill Bruch (last name pronounced Bruck) dedicated himself as the 2020 Republican candidate for Legislative District 10 State House. Bill narrowly lost the general election to the Democrat incumbent by 738 votes with nearly 92,000 votes cast. Bill is a former La Conner Town Councilmember, a Skagit County Property and Project Manager and Chairman of the Skagit County Republican Party.
“I ran for office because the excessive-taxation, over-regulation and government mandates coming out of Olympia are hurting families and businesses. One party state control continues to undermine and destroy the stability of Washington State, and things will only get worse if we don’t regain seats in the legislature to oppose the current majority party’s big government tax and spend agenda. Once elected I will help to bring balance, transparency, accountability and fiscal responsibility to the legislature. A vote for Bill Bruch is a vote for the people of the 10th Legislative District.”
“My opponent missed 48 votes in the 2019 legislative session, and he missed 104 votes in the 2020 legislative session. Do you feel Represented when your Representative misses 152 votes? Yet my opponent had time to vote for 11 tax increases over the past two years, including B & O Taxes, Real Estate Taxes and Gas Taxes. It is time for a change!”