Vote

Joy Gilfilen

for Whatcom County Executive


Passion

Leadership

Experience

Building a Strong, Local 21st Century Economy

Through Community Development, Joy will:

  • Improve police relations
  • Collaborate local organizations to provide solutions
  • Promote education rather than incarceration

For Economic Sustainability, Joy will:

  • End tax waste
  • End corporate bailouts for the jail-dependent industries
  • Support local opportunities that create jobs

With Resource Management, Joy will:

  • Protect our local food water and air
  • Ensure responsible business practices
  • Maintain natural resources by utilizing Whatcom County’s diverse assets

Vote Joy Gilfilen

for Whatcom County Executive

Passion, Leadership & Experience


Building a Strong, Local 21st Century Economy

By utilizing Community Development, Joy will:

  • Improve police relations
  • Collaborate local organizations to provide solutions
  • Promote education rather than incarceration

By utilizing Economic Sustainability, Joy will:

  • End tax waste
  • End corporate bailouts for the jail-dependent industries
  • Support local opportunities that create jobs

By utilizing Resource Management, Joy will:

  • Protect our local food water and air
  • Ensure responsible business practices
  • Maintain natural resources by utilizing Whatcom County’s diverse assets

Watch Joy

Joy Gilfilen at the League of Women Voters of Bellingham Candidates Forum

Joy Gilfilen & Ray Baribeau

discuss the Whatcom County jail crisis and the Jail (Sales) Tax issue.

Joy Gilfilen & Irene Morgan

discuss restorative economics and alternative solutions to incarceration.

Joy Gilfilen & Jack Louws

debate and share their reasons for why we should vote for them.

Stop Punishing Taxpayers
Start Building Community Report

Learn about restorative economic options and productive alternatives to incarceration.

Download

Opposition to the Jail Sales Tax Initiative Documents

Follow the paper trail of inquiry that uncovers the lack of transparency, inaccurate data and unsustainable government business practices.

Download

Stop Punishing Taxpayers – Start Building Community Report

Opposition to Sales Tax Initiative
Documents

Are you registered to vote in Whatcom County?

If you qualify as a new voter in Washington State (which means you have never registered in Washington before, you have a drivers license or state ID card, and have lived in Whatcom County for at least 1 year) you can register to vote in person up to October 26th at:

Whatcom County Auditors Office
311 Grand Ave., Suite 103
Bellingham, WA 98225

Are you registered to vote in Whatcom County?

Where will your ballot will be sent?

If you are a new voter in Washington State (or have never been registered in Washington before), you can register in person up to October 26th at the:

Whatcom County Auditors Office
311 Grand Ave., Suite 103
Bellingham, WA 98225

Meet Joy

Interview on the Joe Teehan Show on 930 KBAI

( If the Audio Player does not play, you can listen to the interview on the 930 KBAI website. )

Meet Joy

Interview on the Joe Teehan Show on 930 KBAI

( If the Audio Player does not play, you can listen to the interview on the 930 KBAI website. )

Joy stands for
Jail & Justice Reform

Along with many of our world and national leaders.

Joy stands for Jail & Justice Reform

Along with many of our world and national other leaders.

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