for Washington’s 3rd Congressional District
Joe Kent is a retired 20-year-veteran of our nation’s Special Forces and a widower raising his two young sons in Yacolt, Washington State. His wife, who also served, was killed while fighting ISIS in Syria.
Following his military service and work as an field operative in the CIA, Joe served as a foreign policy advisor to President Trump and as a project manager for technology company before retiring on his military pension in January of 2023 to devote himself fully to the campaign.
Joe’s candidacy for US Congress is focused on restoring common sense Republican values and defeating the woke extremist Democrat Congresswoman Marie Perez.
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3. Campaign shall receive any contribution not exceeding $3,300 for designation to the 2024 general election.
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