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*Interview on Church and State radio show 96.5fm
*Spokesman Review Editorial – 3/14/2018
(link) Republican enters race for Congress against McMorris Rodgers, Brown
Jered Bonneau has been homeless, rallied for the Bundy family in their standoff with federal officials and will now run under the GOP banner for Eastern Washington’s congressional seat. “I think that we have a very politically stagnant district,” the 31-year-old mental health technician at Eastern State Hospital said in an interview Tuesday, a little less than two weeks after filing to unseat Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers. “Cathy’s not a bad person. She’s actually a pretty good person. A lot of people like her, she’s very personable. But there’s just this stagnant political feel about what’s going on right now.”
Interview with Doug Nadvornick on SPR 3/22/18
Cheney Man Provides Primary Challenge to Cathy McMorris Rodgers
This year, Washington Republican Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers will face a challenge for her seat from Democrat Lisa Brown. But before she can get to that race, she has one other hurdle to cross. She must defeat a fellow Republican for the nomination in the August primary. That Republican is Jered Bonneau (bo-NAY).
The seat for the 5th Congressional District in Eastern Washington is being sought after by the country’s two major parties, but there is also another choice in a race that has been so far framed as McMorris Rodgers vs. Lisa Brown. 31-year-old Jered G. Bonneau of Spokane Valley represents a growing political trend of people getting fed up with the same old choices in November.
An eastern Washington congressional candidate is inviting voters to a “shooting with the candidate” campaign event.
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — An eastern Washington congressional candidate is inviting voters to a “shooting with the candidate” campaign event.
KREM reports that Republican Jered Gavin Bonneau plans to host the event in April after announcing it last month with a Tweet saying “We will be having some good ol’ American fun, shooting, talking of freedom and getting to know each other.”