Washington State Senator Doug Ericksen goes missing after COVID treatment
Washington State Senator Doug Ericksen, a Republican from Ferndale and the co-chair of Trump’s election campaign in Washington state, has gone missing after undergoing COVID treatment for chronic pain. What does this mean for his seat?
Doug Ericksen has served in the Washington State legislature for more than two decades. He was a member of the Washington House of Representatives before becoming a member of the Washington State Senate. He has represented the 42nd District of the Washington State Legislature, which is located in the state’s northwest, in both occurrences.
Ericksen, a Republican, rose through the ranks of the Washington State Senate to become one of its most powerful members. Ericksen’s situation seems to have deteriorated on a recent trip to El Salvador. He apparently fell critically unwell after getting the new Coronavirus, which sparked off a weird chain of events.
After stating that he is very ill, he departs.
Doug Ericksen’s whereabouts have become a mystery. On November 11, 2021, he made his final verified communication. On that day, he seems to have written an email to his congressional colleagues. Ericksen had visited El Salvador, according to the email. He tested positive for COVID-19 and was experiencing a “terrible round” of the illness when he was there.
According to The Hill, there have been some unsubstantiated rumors that he was relocated to a Florida hospital. According to Politico, former State Senator and temporary State Republican Party Chairwoman Luanne Van Werven is among those who have spoken out.
Whether he was actually transferred to Florida, especially a Fort Lauderdale hospital, or not, he no longer seems to be there.
According to the hospital, the senator is not one of their patients.
Since then, Luanne Van Werven has said that she has no fresh information on his whereabouts or health. Several individuals close to Ericksen have also said that they are unaware of his whereabouts. His colleagues, his staff, and the Washington State Senate administration are among them.
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Attempts to reach Ericksen’s family, it seems, have been unsuccessful.
Since the 1990s, Ericksen has served as a state politician.
Doug Ericksen is a native of Bellingham, Washington, which is located near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He went on to Cornell University and earned a bachelor’s degree in government.
After that, he went on to Western Washington University to get his master’s degree in political science.
Ericksen was a member of State Senator Ann Anderson’s staff. Anderson ran for lieutenant governor of Washington as a Republican candidate in 1996. Ericksen was eventually promoted to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s legislative relations coordinator.
Ericksen was elected to the House of Representatives for the first time in 1998 and has since been re-elected five times. In 2010, he was elected to the Senate for the first time, and he was re-elected in 2014 and 2018. His first two Senate elections were landslides, but his third was decided by fewer than 100 votes.
Ericksen has served as the ranking member of the Senate Committee on Energy, Environment, and Telecommunications.
He previously served as temporary communications director for the US Environmental Protection Agency under the Trump administration. His connections to Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen would make him a foreign agent.
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