By Edwin J Pole II A recent incident has brought to my attention a common characteristic of activists. The city of Olympia in Washington State has a very "progressive" population (in the sense of Liberal attitudes.) It includes an active gay … [Read more...]
Paul retired from Delta Airlines after a 20-year career at the Fortune 500 company and now works as a Finance Manager at Alaska Airlines. A veteran of the US Army, serving as a Cryptologic Linguist in Military Intelligence, he holds a BBA in Management from Georgia State University.
Paul was a Ron Paul delegate at the WA GOP Convention in 2012, and served as an elected PCO for the GOP in 2013 while a member of the Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC). In 2014 he joined the Libertarian Party of Washington, serving as the Director of Region 3 (King & Kitsap Counties). Paul ran for WA State Representative (in Seattle’s 36th District) in 2014 as a Libertarian garnering 7,500 votes in a heavily Democratic area. In June of 2015, after completing his term as LPWA Region3 Director, Paul accepted the position of Chair of the WA Chapter of Blue Republican.
Paul and his wife, Cathy, have been active with community involvement for many years. They founded a food bank in Georgia, which is still in operation. Paul also coordinated 200 volunteers for Meals-on-Wheels in Atlanta. Paul is a frequent volunteer at the Bread of Life Mission in Pioneer Square since arriving in Seattle. Paul served as the Vice President of the Belltown Community Council during his time living in downtown Seattle. He was also a mentor at the Puget Sound chapter of YearUp!, which is an organization that helps disadvantaged youth find a career and/or college education. In addition to these local efforts in the community, Paul is the CEO of a non-profit (lifespringafrica.com), which provides humanitarian services and projects in East Africa. As a member of Alaska Air’s Green Team, Paul is a passionate protector of our shared environment.
Blue Republican is a completely non-partisan, grassroots group, that moves the dial of mainstream culture and politics toward Liberty, understood as the politics of Love. We put principle before party and pragmatism before purism by finding common … [Read more...]