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We all want a safe, healthy, thriving community full of opportunities. As your State Senator, I am committed to bringing more jobs, more educational opportunities, and more resources for the district.

I believe elected officials should be socially responsible.  I will be a tireless champion for our region’s growing social needs, especially getting more resources to address our growing opioid crisis.  

I believe that elected officials should be fiscally accountable and prudent with taxpayers’ money. My extensive business knowledge and leadership capability make me the best candidate to address the social and economic challenges in our region.

Many people feel that their voice have not been heard and that their community is being neglected and declining.  I am here to represent you and bring your voice to the WA Senate.

I, Savio Pham, will work for #WeThePeople, Republicans, Democrats, and independents alike.

“Our concern must be for a special interest group that has been too long neglected. It knows no sectional boundaries or ethnic and racial divisions, and it crosses political party lines. It is made up of men and women who raise our food, patrol our streets, man our mines and factories, teach our children, keep our homes, and heal us when we're sick—professionals, industrialists, shopkeepers, clerks, cabbies, and truck drivers. They are, in short, "We the people," this breed called Americans." - President Ronald Reagan

As Senator of the 38th Legislative District, I will

  • Work for affordable living in Everett, Marysville, and Tulalip,
  • Fight against the opioid crisis, and
  • Bring more family-wage jobs to the community.


Friday, November 2, 2018 12:00 AM

Vote for your futuree


Dear fellow Republicans,

I am Dr. Savio Pham, candidate for LD 38 WA Senate. This short article, although written by a liberal, has decently summed up who I am and the spirit of my campaign: I am ready and willing to serve. Click here to learn about me.

My grassroots-volunteer-only-campaign has gone from impossible to unlikely in primary and now in 18 in 18’ races to watch nationwide by Republican State Leadership Committee . Governor Evans, Secretary of State Kim Wyman, Senator Curtis King, Senator Mike Padden, Snohomish County Councilmen Sam Low and Nate Nehring, and many others in Washington have endorsed me and now we are reaching the last few days before the finish line and I need your help to push me over. Please help out a fellow Republican in this crucial election. I can help turn Washington Senate red.

My campaign has inspired many people in the #SilentMajority. I hope it will inspire you to cast your ballot and encourage people to do the same. I can win for the team. I want America to remain the beacon of hope for the world and keep America the top competitive economy in the world, again, after 10 long years we lost that title.

Please do this for the team: call all of your friends and families in LD38. Thank you.

God Bless You
God Bless the GOP, the party that fought against slavery, for civil rights and for freedom, not just of America but for other oppressed countries in the world.
And God Bless America

Very truly yours,

Dr. Savio Pham

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 12:00 AM

Dr. Savio Pham's Message for Voters

Dr. Savio Pham addressed voters and supporters in the final event before the General Election. "A vote for me is a vote for a Dream Come True, a vote for Your Voice Being Heard, a vote for the control of your own success, and a vote for the well-earned freedom." (Click on title to view clip)

Thursday, October 18, 2018 12:00 AM

18 in ’18 Races to Watch

(Everett) The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) named Savio Pham to its “18 in ’18: Races to Watch” list. Comprised of the RSLC’s Future Majority Project (FMP) and Right Women, Right Now (RWRN) initiatives,  Pham is credited by the RSLC as a rising star who will champion conservative policies while representing the full diversity of the nation. The RSLC’s FMP and RWRN initiatives both aim to identify, defend, recruit, and support new diverse and women candidates and office holders at the state level.

The RSLC’s “18 in ’18 Races to Watch” lists include new and targeted candidates on the ballot this November for the first time, as well as, Republican elected officials who have already achieved electoral success and are in competitive re-election bids. This fall, the RSLC has thus far highlighted 72 candidates nationally as part of their “18 in ’18 Races To Watch” lists.

“Republicans at the state level would not be reaching historical highs, without the growing diversity of our party, and candidates like Pham.  Pham represents the best from our Future Majority Project (FMP) and Right Women, Right Now (RWRN) initiatives. The RSLC has invested over $20 million in these initiatives since 2011, electing 500 new female and 100 new diverse office holders in the process,” said Matt Walter, President of the Republican State Leadership Committee.

The Future Majority Project and the Right Women, Right Now initiatives were integral parts of the ongoing 2010 REDMAP program which helped flip nearly 1000 state legislative seats, leading the GOP to presently control 67 of 99 statehouse chambers.  

The latest list of "18 in '18 Races to Watch" can be found here:

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 12:00 AM

Dr. Savio Pham at Press Conference - Mental Health



First, we must be assured we have the beds and capacity to address the problem and we commit to dedicating one of every two new dollars to expand mental health in our State.

We commit to removing encampments in our public spaces as soon as they appear because a tent and a shack is not a real solution.

We commit to opposing Heroin Injection Sites as proposed by Seattle Democrat Leaders—It will only make drug and crime in our community worse.

Monday, September 24, 2018 12:00 AM


Sen. John McCoy failed to disclose tens of thousands of dollars of campaign contributions and not report any of his legally-required campaign finance reports for three years. This case was one of the largest campaign finance violations committed by a sitting state legislator. The Democrat-controlled Public Disclosure Commission slapped him on the wrist and fined him only $2,500.

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