About Kim Wyman for Secretary of State
"Wyman, for a secretary of state all voters can trust"
- Tacoma New Tribune, 9/11/12
By independently verifying my credentials to be your next Secretary of State, including Thurston County Auditor and educational history, I hope to earn your TRUST. Click the Seal below to learn more.
Trust Kim today by:
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- Pledging to Vote for Kim
- Spreading the Word
- 66 current or former County Auditors, including 26 Democrats
- Several organizations, and county, municipal, statewide and federal officials
- Past three Secretaries of State – Sam Reed, Ralph Munro and Bruce Chapman
- For all endorsements, including newspapers, visit: www.itrustkim.com/endorsements
- Thurston County Auditor, 2001 – present
- Thurston County Elections Manager, 1993 – 2000
- Thurston County Assistant Records Manager, 1991 – 1993
Honors & Awards
- Washington State Association of County Auditors Legislative Leadership Award
- Office of the Secretary of State – Auditor of the Year Award and Voter Outreach Award
- Four Certificates of Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Governmental Finance Officers Association
- Three National Achievement Awards from the National Association of Counties for Significant Innovations in County Government
- National Association of Election Officials, Election Center, 1993 – present
- Washington State Association of County Auditors, 2001 – present
- Washington Association of County Officials, 2001 – present
- Washington Finance Officers Association, 2008 – present
Contrast: Kim Wyman and Kathleen Drew
- Kim has overseen 85 elections; Kathleen has not overseen any election.
- Kim has won awards for excellence in financial reporting, innovation in government, voter outreach, and public service; Kathleen has not won these types of awards.
- Kim’s priority is to make it easier to run a business in Washington State; Kathleen had a 33% National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) voting record in the state Senate.
- Kim has proven to be non-partisan and been re-elected four times in Thurston County; Kathleen was the only incumbent Democrat in the Legislature to lose in the 1996 general election.