Will work hard for the 38th Legislative district

  • Economic Growth
  • Judicial & Court Reform
  • Affordable Housing

I’m David Wiley

Hello. My name is David Wiley and I want to thank you for your consideration as Representative for the 38th Legislative district. I am a Pacific Northwest Native, my Father was from Oregon and my Mother from Washington State. I am a 20 year Quality Assurance professional who specializes in continuous improvement and processes that get it right the first time. For the last 12 years I have lived in Snohomish County. As a single Dad with three kids, I struggle with the high cost of living like many others.

I am running for State Representative as a Libertarian and I am a strong believer in the Non-Aggression Principle. The Non-Aggression Principle, or NAP, is the belief that individuals should be free to act as they choose with the exception that they may not initiate force, or the threat of force, against another person or their property.

Bioethics has developed a principle for studying the ethics of biology and medicine. Primum non Nocere or “First, Do No Harm”.“given an existing problem, it may be better not to do something, or even to do nothing, than to risk causing more harm than good.”

Decision makers in Olympia have rushed to “do something” to prove that they are statesman, but they only infrequently seem to care about the harm their poorly thought out ideas cause. Our State now has severe Economic problems, Injustice problems and Housing problems which Olympia has made worse instead of better. As a Libertarian in congress I will not be able to implement any Libertarian agenda and no special interests will sway me away from the business of my neighbors. I will fight to maintain a transparent government that sticks to its chief role as outlined in Article I of the Washington State Constitution:

“All political power is inherent in the people, and governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed, and are established to protect and maintain individual rights”

Vote for David Wiley to have one voice in Olympia that will stand firm for you and not cave to special interests. I will stand up for your civil rights in every vote that I make.

In Liberty,

David Wiley


Family Court Reform Washington 
For the first time since our organization was founded in 2015, FCRU is happy to announce that we're officially endorsing three Washington State legislative candidates for the 2020 general election. Candidates are nominated and voted on by our board of directors and must have family court reform legislation as a primary topic in their political platform to receive our endorsements. Please support these three great local candidates!

David Wiley - Candidate for State Representative (L), Legislative District 38 (Snohomish County) - David supports equal shared parenting legislation and ending judicial immunity. He has experience raising Constitutional parental rights issues to both State and US Supreme Courts and advocates for an audit on the Washington Commission for Judicial Conduct. David currently serves as chair of the Snohomish County Libertarian party.

Family Freedom Coalition of Washington 
The Family Freedom Coalition proudly endorses the following candidates for the 2020 General Election in Washington State. Endorsements are primarily based on completing the our survey, and secondarily on prior voting records, and other publicly available information.

LD 38 Pos. 2: DAVID WILEY - Favorable survey & comments


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