The race for the sixth District congressional seat in 2022 seems much like the race in 2020: challengers Elizabeth Kreiselmaier, a Republican, and Rebecca Parson, a Democrat, are hoping to unseat the incumbent, five-term Democrat Rep. Derek Kilmer of Gig Harbor.

A complete of six candidates seem on the Aug. 2 main poll for the sixth District seat in Congress. Along with the three talked about above, impartial Tom Triggs and Republicans Todd Bloom of Tacoma and Chris Binns of Bremerton have additionally filed for the seat.

The sixth District covers the Olympic and Kitsap peninsulas.

The Kitsap Solar requested the candidates to reply 5 questions. Candidates Binns and Bloom didn’t ship responses by the Kitsap Solar’s deadline. Listed here are the candidates’ solutions.

Derek Kilmer

Age: 48

Present occupation: Member of the U.S. Home of Representatives, Member of Appropriations Committee; Chair, Choose Committee on Modernization of Congress; Cochair, Bipartisan Working Group;

Earlier elected expertise:  State Home: 2005-2007; State Senate: 2007-2012

Social gathering: Democratic

Q: What’s your prime precedence for the residents of the sixth District if you’re elected? 

A: I’m targeted on serving to folks in our space being squeezed by inflation and rising prices. That’s why I voted to crack down on worth gouging by oil firms and decrease fuel costs. I helped write laws to spice up manufacturing in America and cut back dependence on China. I voted to make pharmaceuticals extra reasonably priced and am pushing to broaden Social Safety to offer reduction from rising costs. Sadly, Mitch McConnell and Trump Republicans in Congress are blocking all of these items from turning into regulation.  I’ll preserve working to get these items throughout the end line. 

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