Jeremie Dufault is a local real estate developer, an attorney and a major in the U.S. Army and he wants to be the next rep. in the 15th district. 39-year-old Dufault has announced his candidacy for the 15th District State seat position 2 held by David Taylor.
"I want to be your voice in the legislature," says Dufault, because I believe our district deserves conservative and effective representation in olympia. We need a state representative who not only reflects our values but who supports open and honest government and who will work with others to achieve great things."
Dufault - a former Democrat - is an active and committed conservative Republican. He is the Vice Chairman of the Yakima County Republican Central Committee and was a delegate to the 2016 Republican State Convention.

Dufault lives in Selah with his wife, Amy, and two young daughters, Ellie and Lucy. He grew up in Yakima and graduated from A. C. Davis High School. He attends St. Paul's Catholic Church in Yakima.

The 15th District covers much of Selah, Yakima, Terrace Heights, Moxee, Union Gap, Wapato, Toppenish, Zillah, Granger, Sunnyside, Grandview, and Mabton.