Anne Setsuko Giroux is a 2016 Democratic candidate for District 28a of the Washington State House of Representatives.  

If you knew you could help make a difference in your life or even a child’s life would you take action? I am grateful for your interest and for the opportunity to address public safety and economic issues directly related to CPS, DSHS, and Family Law. Thank you for taking the time to read my website.

2016 is the year of reform of the social programs of Child Welfare Divisions policies and procedures that is a more ‘family friendly’ policy by helping families to remain together and ending the incentives for profit gain.

If elected I would like to act swiftly to implement a Washington State Child Protective Services/ Family Law Audit and Reform. I can already connect with the public on issues related to child protection.

I am calling on all voters across Washington State to stand with me in declaration of the failed system of our Child Protective Services & Family Law courtrooms.

I request the following;


  1. Implement removal of Abusers, not children from Family units.


  1. Remove Immunity for Child service workers.


  1. Restructure Family Law court into budget cutting mediation forums of two party negotiations.


  1. Redirect Family Law Criminal allegations into Criminal court.


5.Restrict Judges and various interpretations of Family Law codes to abuse either party.


6.End DSHS abuse and Family Law abuse against the people of Washington.


7. I demand an end to wasteful spending on agencies devastating families financially.

I have had a series of unfortunate experiences that have made me become aware of many areas needing improvement. There is rampant corruption in the government offices of Child services and Family law. This is a statewide epidemic of criminal activity within the programs, courtrooms, and agencies that are bankrupting countless families. I would demand an audit, reform, and strict laws on government seats of power placed with the power of office to seize children that financially destroys individuals and racketeering to conceal internal corruption within our state and federal offices.

Let’s end legal abuse by Judges and Lawyers by instituting forums for successful dissolution/custody between spouses with guidelines without ruling Judges or lawyers. Enforce penalty of perjury and redirect criminal actions in Family Law to the Criminal courts. Remove immunity for Judges operating outside the rule of law. Reform Child Services to an efficient team of child crime investigators and not our out dated model of Child Protective Service.

We, the voters across Washington State, can unite and demand reform of CPS agencies and Family Law practices.

We, the voters across Washington State, can take back our rights to protect our children and families.

Thank you for your support!

Respectfully, Anne Setsuko Giroux

Candidate for WA State Representative, Dist. 28, Position 1

Jurisdiction Name:
Legislative District 28
Office Name:
State Representative Pos. 1
Candidate Name:
Anne Setsuko Giroux
Campaign Phone
(253) 460-2854 or (253) 442-7232
Campaign Email
Campaign Website

    “We All Have A Voice.” – Anne Setsuko Giroux

Elected Experience: No information submitted

Other Professional Experience: Anne Setsuko Giroux is 46 years old, born in Japan and has lived in Pierce County Washington for 44 years. She has been a homeowner in District 28 for 24 years and has three children ages 24, 19, 16, and a 7 year old cat

Education: Giroux received a Nursing Assistant Certificate from Bates Technical College in 1992 and a Medical Office Clerk Certificate from Tacoma Community College in 2008. She worked at St. Joseph Hospital, MultiCare, and H Mart.

Community Service: Giroux was an Ambassador for Seattle Human Rights Campaign, Pierce County Aids Foundation, and volunteered at Tacoma Rescue Mission.


I am not a career politician but a true candidate for the people, and truly an outsider. I have firsthand knowledge of many of the difficulties facing families who are struggling with so many institutional and personal problems. I am willing to listen, can truly relate, and have the courage to protect individual rights- as government is required to do. I have the ability to face complex issues and find workable solutions. I intend to convert my difficult experiences into the strength and resolve necessary to promote a positive plan- that works best for the protection of individual rights.

Elections for the office of Washington House of Representatives will take place in 2016. The primary election will be held on August 2, 2016, and the general election will be held on November 8, 2016. The candidate filing deadline was May 20, 2016.

Mari Leavitt, Anne Setsuko Giroux and incumbent Dick Muri are running in the Washington House of Representatives District 28a top two primary.[1]

Article One describes the Congress, the legislative branch of the federal government. Section 1, reads, “All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.” The article establishes the manner of election and the qualifications of members of each body. Representatives must be at least 25 years old, be a citizen of the United States for seven years, and live in the state they represent. Senators must be at least 30 years old, be a citizen for nine years, and live in the state they represent.