Public Service Announcement

Voting History Shows Unity In E WA



Why are we going to divide the state into the state of Liberty? We are dividing the state to bring back our power of local representation that has been completely lost in Olympia for the past couple decades.

We’ve all seen it, EVERY time our votes are tallied. On TV we watch as all our votes show up in red as a majority all across eastern Washington. We watch as all the votes show up in red all the way to the southwestern counties, proceeding in red until they get to the far northwest corner of the state. Then the votes suddenly turn blue, completely wiping out the entirety of the rest of rural Washington’s vote.  We cannot continue to go unrepresented year after year, as every vote eastern Washington makes in unison is cast aside. We are currently united in our voting patterns, and when all those votes show up in red, it is proof that we ARE united. Our voting history in eastern Washington proves we are united and that we want the same things.

By dividing into the State of Liberty, we will be removing that small section in the state that shows up in blue to obliterate our united red vote in eastern Washington. By removing the small blue section, we will be returning our power of representation.

Just imagine actually getting what we all voted for a change. That is the guarantee with Liberty State. So join the unified effort to support the restoration of our traditions, values, and the rule of law. Support Liberty State by making a financial contribution to this effort through our website or by volunteering.

I’m Lady Liberty, and this is a Public Service Announcement on behalf of Liberty State. Visit us at today.

11 thoughts on “Voting History Shows Unity In E WA

  1. While I agree that voting shows unity in eastern WA, I am concerned about the amount of blue that sometimes shows up in Spokane county.

    My concern is are we just creating another state with the same problem of rural values versus city values?

    Recently the Spokane City Council dedicated $450,000 on a campaign aimed at western WA to entire their residents to move to eastern WA and enjoy our better way of life.

  2. We think the name would have encouraged more people if it had been “Eastern Washington.”
    We want our sovereignty as our own state. Change is hard for most people, and the name “Eastern Washington” is less threatening.
    Just our opinion but we support your efforts.
    Thank You,
    Dave and Dee

    1. I don’t think the name really reflects that, to be honest we just need this to be spread more. I have been mentioning it to people here in Okanogan County, but no one has heard about it.

  3. Thank you Dave and Dee for your support in our effort! The name of “Liberty” was chosen by a popular vote of the people in which we had over 1,000 responses in our early online voting polls.
    As of yet, we are still having to make reference to our area as ‘East or Eastern WA” until we have accomplished the division.
    Thank you for submitting your input! We love to hear from everyone, and be sure to download our Liberty State flyer and post them in your local areas to help us get the word out! ;()

    In Liberty,
    Rene’ Holaday
    Official Spokesperson for Liberty State

  4. This is all very interesting. My wife and I have just built our retirement home up Entiat River and plan to settle back to the east side where we grew up. After 23 years working around the Puget Sound area we’ve definitely had enough.I plan to support this process.

  5. Great idea! Of course if it’s successful, and a prosperous tax free enclave is made here in the great Northwest, it will attract hordes of left coast refugees looking for a better way of life. You know the drill. Most of those people are unable to associate their voting record with the concomitant dismal civic outcomes.

    Still the arguments are sound, since we essentially have taxation without representation with the current setup.

  6. all i can say is please please please im so tired of king county running our decisions, id vote for this as soon as i had the opportunity to do so

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