From Kim Wyman <[email protected]>
Subject Checking in
Date March 30, 2020 7:00 PM
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I hope you and your family are staying safe and healthy. The unprecedented worldwide response to this pandemic has presented many unforeseen challenges to each of us. While the uncertainty is both stressful and unnerving, it warms my heart to see so many in our community working together to help fill the cracks left by the spread of COVID-19. Thank you to our medical professionals, first responders, grocery and pharmacy employees, and other community leaders for your dedication to take care of us all.

As business and government operations have been adversely affected by the efforts to slow the spread of this virus, we continue to work to provide you services in the Secretary of State’s Office. A few weeks ago, we suspended in-person customer service in our offices across the state to protect the health and safety of our customers and staff. I am proud to report that our team has worked hard to seamlessly transition our customer service to online, mail, and phone support while implementing social distancing requirements to prevent disease spread. 

I have been fortunate to lead this office for the past seven years because of you. When you supported my 2012 goals of modernizing the election system and making it easier to do business in Washington, you were helping us prepare for this crisis. We spent years developing and implementing two new statewide systems—the corporation and charities filing system and the voter registration/elections management system. Without the necessary upgrades to these systems, we would never be able to provide our services in a time like this.

We were able to support county election officials as social distancing measures were ramping up and, with record turnout, successfully conduct and certify the March presidential primary. We are continuing to provide customers the ability to manage their personal affairs—from filing required business documents to certifying international documents. Members of the Washington National Guard have been able to get copies of their military service records so they can serve their communities. The list could go on, but I have to say that all of this started with you.

As we all know, the impacts of COVID-19 go further than the important duties of the Secretary of State. The financial hardships many of our neighbors are experiencing should not be overlooked. This is why I decided that there are currently other worthy causes I would ask you to donate to right now. I hope you will consider supporting organizations like Bloodworks Northwest <[link removed]> and Northwest Harvest <[link removed]> as they supply our community with the resources needed to combat the impacts of this virus.

If you are looking for ways to help our campaign, I’d invite you to share our website <[link removed]> with your friends or endorse our campaign <[link removed]>! My campaign and my time as Secretary of State would be nothing without the support of people like you. By adding your name to my campaign’s endorsement list <[link removed]>, we can demonstrate our campaign isn’t about partisan politics. As it has been from the start, our campaign is about serving each and every person in our state in a nonpartisan manner.

Again, I hope you and your loved ones are staying heathy and safe. Together we will get through these hard times and come out stronger than ever.


Kim Wyman
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