Robin Farris

Robin Farris is a retired U.S. Naval officer who had never been politically active. She saw news reports that a public official was abusing his office and the citizens he was elected to serve.  She formed The Recall Dale Washam committee to recall controversial Pierce County Assessor-Treasurer Dale Washam from office.  Robin Farris started the committee to work with other like-minded Washington citizens.

  • June 13, 2013    |   First Amendment

    Washington Recall 2: Lawyer Free Speech

    Washington’s Public Disclosure Commission vs. America’s Civil Rights Laws: Government Agency Seeks to Silence Not Only Citizen Activists, But Their Public Interest Lawyers, Too

    A government agency whose job it is to limit political debate is now seeking to drastically restrict free civil rights advocacy—advocacy that has guided our nation in living up to its ideals of freedom and justice.

  • June 7, 2011    |   First Amendment

    Washington Recall

    Campaign Finance Laws versus Good Government: Washington’s Laws Frustrate the People’s Ability to Recall Abusive Elected Officials

    What began in Washington state as a recall effort to remove a questionable local politician from office has now grown into a campaign finance fight with nationwide implications. A federal lawsuit filed on June 7, 2011, in Tacoma, Wash., by the Institute for Justice on behalf of a grassroots activist and her volunteer attorneys spotlights…

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