Know Where John Stands on the Issues Facing Clark County
League of Women Voters Forum
Why John Wants to be a Legislator
Simple Majority Voting for School Building Bonds
Road Use Tax
I-5 Bridge Replacement
2023 - 2025 Budget Surplus
College Financial Support
Why You Should Vote for John
The Columbian Editorial Interview
Know where John stands on Key Issues
3:48 - 6:45: Why John's Running
7:03 - 9:15: Budget Surplus and School Funding
15:48 - 18:40: Safety and Law Enforcement
*John was the first candidate to announce support of bringing a regional police training facility to SW WA
19:50 - 20:11: Abortion Rights
24:00 - 26:00: Career and Technical programs - pathways to college and trade
26:13 - 28:05: Climate Change
33:21 - 35:10: I-5 Bridge Replacement
38:16 - 38:44: 2020 Election and Safety of Washington Election System
39:01 - 41:27: Why you should vote for John Zingale
I am hopeful for our future, I see thoughtfulness, curiosity, and excitement in my classroom everyday. However, I also see students and families struggling, and gaps in education funding. It's time to make sure all students can be successful by fully funding our schools to ensure no door or opportunity is closed on our children.
Healthcare is a human right. We need to work towards having a system that allows everyone access to the care they need. This will ensure that all people not only get the care that they should have, but it will also lower costs. Abortion care is healthcare and we fortify this right even further in Washington. We must work to guarantee that it won't ever be taken away. Healthcare should not be something that only some can get.
Let's create a district that is friendly to small business owners. Small business growth is vital to the economic prosperity of this region and we need to make it more rewarding for small business owners to build in our communities and invest in their employees. I will work hard to foster relationships within the small business community as a steward of this region and as an elected official.
The strength of our community depends on the hard working people of Southwest Washington. We must champion family wage jobs and create more affordable housing in our district. A path to the middle class is paramount to ensuring our community can grow and prosper for years to come. It shouldn’t be just a dream, it must be attainable for everyone.