Imagining a better future, together.
With temperatures in the Walla Walla Valley still topping 100 degrees, November 8 can feel far away. But it’s our campaign that’s really heating up ahead of election day.
As Democrats, we are told to accept our place as a minority party in Eastern Washington. I think we can tell a better story. I know that we can imagine a better future, together.
When I built my small business from the ground up over 20 years ago, I made a choice to depart from the status quo, and I knew I was taking a risk. I was putting myself out there and testing my leadership. My business was successful, in part, because I didn’t let setbacks become defeats. With grit and determination, and a whole lot of help from my customers and community, my business flourished.
So, when I decided to run to represent the people of the 16th legislative district, I knew what lay ahead of me: risk, a test, a long fight. But I knew I wouldn’t be alone in this fight.
Democrats in Eastern Washington have been joining forces to campaign together, to defend our values, and to fight for the future and the representation we deserve.
Will you join us?
Donations of any amount help support our people-powered campaign.
There are also many upcoming opportunities to volunteer with our campaign, such as walking in the parade at the Walla Walla County Fair, canvassing, or phone banking!
Thank you to everyone who has supported us so far! As we push onward to November, we will continue to talk to voters every day and show that a different future is possible. Let’s do this!
I am a lifelong community advocate. As a former service worker and small business owner, I know what it means to work hard. Through grit and determination, I built a career in the cosmetology industry, serving as the manager of a major national company’s in-store salon for ten years before opening my own business, Impress Salon, in Walla Walla over twenty years ago. Service has always been more than a job. To me, it’s a calling. I’ve served on the executive boards of several local nonprofit organizations. I have decades of experience advocating in and for Eastern Washington. I love my community and the people in it. I will work for you.
You can donate to our campaign online or by sending a check to the address below.
Our mailing address is:
Friends of Jan Corn
PO Box 2389
Walla Walla, WA 99362