For Congressional District 10
STRONG LEADERSHIP FOR A SOUND FUTURE
Republican Jackson Maynard
A Neighbor We Can Trust. A Leader We Can Follow.
Jackson Wilder Maynard Jr. is an Olympia attorney who has practiced law for 20 years. He started out as a prosecutor, worked as a construction lawyer for a state transportation agency, and advised the Washington state senate on laws regarding courts and transportation for eight years. He currently serves as the General Counsel of the Building Industry Association of Washington.
Jackson met his wife Heidi in law school. Together, they have raised three daughters who attended public school for elementary, middle, and high school in Olympia.
Jackson holds a Bachelor of Science in International Affairs and taught a class on American Foreign Policy at the college level for four years. He also holds a master's degree in history, as well as a law degree.
Leadership & Activism
- Serves on the Leadership Council for St. Michael Catholic Church in Olympia
- Elected as a Precinct Committee Officer for the Republican Party, 2018
- Current Secretary of the Thurston County Republican Party
- Federalist Society, Puget Sound Chapter Member
- Leadership Network of the American Enterprise Institute Member
- Served on the Board of the Thurston County Bar Association as chair of the United Way Day of Caring
Jackson’s Priorities for COVID Recovery
Homes are our sanctuary and first line of defense against the virus and any other emergency. New home construction can help bolster the economy and help create badly needed revenue for local and state governments. I want to encourage permit streamlining and other regulatory reforms that will allow for 25,000 new homes to be constructed in the 10th district in the next four years.
I support the bipartisan push for an infrastructure package that will improve roads and expand airport and ferry service, including passenger only ferries, as a way to rebuild our economy.
The crisis has resulted in school cancellations and shut down medical services. I support competitive grants that would allow for a seamless transition to an online based platform for schools and telemedicine to allow for increased access to services during emergencies.
Former State Senator Dino Rossi
Former Attorney General Rob McKenna
State Senator Mark Schoesler
State Senator Curtis King
State Senator Michael Padden
State Senator Randi Becker
State Senator Lynda Wilson
State Senator Tim Sheldon
State Senator Maureen Walsh
State Senator Doug Ericksen
State Senator Phil Fortunato
State Representative Ed Orcutt
State Representative Morgan Irwin
Pierce County Commissioner Pam Roach
Mason County Commissioner Kevin Shutty
Fife School Board Member Iesha Kidd