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Nancy Biery

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Peninsula Daily News

HQ Phone: (360) 452-2345

Peninsula Daily News

305 W. First Street

Port Angeles, Washington 98362

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairwoman
Gov

President
Petro Systems Pacific , Inc.

Partner
Biery/Besserman Associates

Deputy Director
Washington State Democrats

Partner At Locke's Office
Biery/Besserman Associations

Education

undergraduate degree
industrial engineering
University of California-Irvine

Web References (13 Total References)


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Nancy Biery

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In a three-sentence email message today, Nancy Biery said she had withdrawn from the race for chairmanship of the state Democratic Party.
"I am officially withdrawing from the race for State Democratic Party chair," she wrote.
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Nancy Biery of Quilcene is announcing this week "because I have a lot of ground to cover before the Feb. 1 election."
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The state chair operates out of an office in Seattle and supervises a paid staff of five or six people, Biery said.
The chairmanship is a paid position that earns more than $100,000, Biery said, although she does not know its exact amount.
Biery, 59, noted that her top priorities as Democratic Party chair would include electing four more Democrats to the state Senate in 2014 to take back the majority from the "turncoats," she said, who have allied with the Republican Party.
She also wants to lay groundwork now for the future of the party - especially the 2016 re-election campaigns of Gov.
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Biery moved to Jefferson County in 1999 and served as Jefferson County chairwoman from 2000 to 2003. Since then, she has worked as a consultant.
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While Jefferson County is small, Biery said her home base gives her an advantage.
"Jefferson County is a little blue sapphire," she said, referring to the blue designation for Democrats, versus the red for Republicans.
"It is the only county off of the I-5 corridor that consistently supports Democrats and always has the highest voter turnout," Biery added.
"It is a little beacon of hope for some of the rural counties that aren't as blue."
Biery said the political environment in Washington state isn't as contentious as in Washington, D.C., but still lacks bipartisanship.
"I don't have the answer as to how we can get more bipartisan cooperation," she said.


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Nancy Biery

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Nancy Biery of Quilcene is announcing this week "because I have a lot of ground to cover before the Feb. 1 election."
...
The state chair operates out of an office in Seattle and supervises a paid staff of five or six people, Biery said.
The chairmanship is a paid position that earns more than $100,000, Biery said, although she does not know its exact amount.
Biery, 59, noted that her top priorities as Democratic Party chair would include electing four more Democrats to the state Senate in 2014 to take back the majority from the "turncoats," she said, who have allied with the Republican Party.
She also wants to lay groundwork now for the future of the party - especially the 2016 re-election campaigns of Gov.
...
Biery moved to Jefferson County in 1999 and served as Jefferson County chairwoman from 2000 to 2003. Since then, she has worked as a consultant.
...
While Jefferson County is small, Biery said her home base gives her an advantage.
"Jefferson County is a little blue sapphire," she said, referring to the blue designation for Democrats, versus the red for Republicans.
"It is the only county off of the I-5 corridor that consistently supports Democrats and always has the highest voter turnout," Biery added.
"It is a little beacon of hope for some of the rural counties that aren't as blue."
Biery said the political environment in Washington state isn't as contentious as in Washington, D.C., but still lacks bipartisanship.
"I don't have the answer as to how we can get more bipartisan cooperation," she said.


Nancy ...

www.peninsuladailynews.com [cached]

Nancy Biery

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Nancy Biery of Quilcene is announcing this week "because I have a lot of ground to cover before the Feb. 1 election."
...
The state chair operates out of an office in Seattle and supervises a paid staff of five or six people, Biery said.
The chairmanship is a paid position that earns more than $100,000, Biery said, although she does not know its exact amount.
Biery, 59, noted that her top priorities as Democratic Party chair would include electing four more Democrats to the state Senate in 2014 to take back the majority from the "turncoats," she said, who have allied with the Republican Party.
She also wants to lay groundwork now for the future of the party - especially the 2016 re-election campaigns of Gov.
...
Biery moved to Jefferson County in 1999 and served as Jefferson County chairwoman from 2000 to 2003. Since then, she has worked as a consultant.
...
While Jefferson County is small, Biery said her home base gives her an advantage.
"Jefferson County is a little blue sapphire," she said, referring to the blue designation for Democrats, versus the red for Republicans.
"It is the only county off of the I-5 corridor that consistently supports Democrats and always has the highest voter turnout," Biery added.
"It is a little beacon of hope for some of the rural counties that aren't as blue."
Biery said the political environment in Washington state isn't as contentious as in Washington, D.C., but still lacks bipartisanship.
"I don't have the answer as to how we can get more bipartisan cooperation," she said.


Party veteran Nancy Biery has ...

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Party veteran Nancy Biery has launched her campaign for the job.

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Until other candidates surface, Biery, 59, of Quilcene, looks pretty tough to beat. She's been a precinct committee officer, chairwoman of the Jefferson County Democratic Party and field director for the state party. She's also worked for former Gov.
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Biery said if elected she wants to pick up four seats in the state Senate in the 2014 elections. She said she'll look to win in every corner of the state using a strategy of raising money to reinvest in the county party operations.
"We've got to get more people elected in rural places," she said.


Party veteran Nancy Biery is ...

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Party veteran Nancy Biery is launching her campaign for the job Thursday.

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Until other candidates surface, Biery, 59, of Quilcene, looks pretty tough to beat. She's been a precinct committee officer, chairwoman of the Jefferson County Democratic Party and field director for the state party. She's worked for former Gov.
...
Biery said if elected she wants to pick up four Senate seats in 2014. She said she'll look to win in every corner of the state using a strategy of raising money to reinvest in the county party operations.
"We've got to get more people elected in rural places," she said.

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