Photo of Everett Maroon, wearing a trademark sweater vest and smiling
“We believe electing Maroon to the House would be good for Walla Walla, the district and the state. Maroon would be a passionate advocate in the Legislature. We envision him schooling his colleagues in the Democratic caucus on the views and needs of Eastern Washington. Maroon, whose politics are left of center, strikes us as a consensus builder.” —Union-Bulletin Editorial, October 8, 2018

“Maroon’s knowledge and experience with the challenges surrounding health care, mental illness, substance abuse and health insurance would be invaluable in the Legislature.” —Tri-City Herald Editorial, October 3, 2018

In 2008 Everett Maroon and his wife moved to Walla Walla. He currently serves as the executive director of a healthcare-focused nonprofit organization, holding that position since 2010. Everett is co-chair of the Greater Columbia Accountable Community of Health’s opioid demonstration project, and sits on the finance committee for the Walla Walla County Department of Community Health. He also is a member of Rotary. Previously Everett served as a senior project manager working on a variety of federal contracts, assessing the quality of programs, and then served as a GS-13 systems analyst for the Social Security Administration at its headquarters. Everett attended Syracuse University, graduating in 1992 with bachelor’s degrees in English and psychology. He and his spouse, Dr. Susanne Beechey, are proud parents of two children.

“I’m running for state representative because in the last ten years I’ve grown to love our region and I’ve seen time and again our needs overlooked. Even though we’re smaller than the urban centers around our state, we contribute a lot to the state economy and we deserve to have solutions that include our people and our needs. If elected I will bring my strong work ethic to the legislature, focusing on improving our healthcare systems and making our infrastructure stronger and more supportive of our commerce needs. I am ready to reach across the aisle to get work done for our communities and I will always be available to listen and respond to constituents.”


Logo for the Maroon campaign: Three bands of color, running horizontal with light blue on top, maroon in the middle, and dark blue on the bottom. The top color bar features a white star. The middle banner reads "Everett Maroon (D)" and the bottom banner reads "For state representative, 16th LD, Position 1." The very small but required print at the bottom reads "Paid for by The Committee to Elect Everett Maroon."










Paid for by The Committee to Elect Everett Maroon.