Alan Wilson

  • American politician
  • Born July 16, 1973

Alan Christie Wilson (July 4, 1943 – September 3, 1970) was a co-founder, leader, and primary composer for the American blues band Canned Heat. He played harmonica, guitar, and sang with the group live and on recordings. Wilson was lead singer on Canned Heat's two biggest U.S. hit singles, "On The Road Again" and "Going Up The Country". His death at age 27 pre-dated that of some of the other rock artists of the 1960s.

The bottom line is that we cannot sit idle as unparalleled rules and regulations significantly restrict our rights and ability to care for our families.

Whenever regulation increases, personal freedom decreases.

Being silent and doing nothing is never the right answer. What happens in one state can happen in another.

My brothers and I were raised by our parents to respect everyone regardless of background or race.

I'm not against the government. I'm against this ever-expanding government that doesn't know its limits. And that's how I see the role of the attorney general, as someone in an office that can protect you and defend the Constitution and defend state sovereignty and our individual liberty.

It does no good to be a conservative if you can't sell a conservative message in a general election.

Since the announcement that Boeing was going to open a plant in Charleston, South Carolina, Boeing has actually created 2,000 new jobs in Washington state. So it's hard to say you are retaliating against the union when you create 2,000 members to their role.

There is not a racist bone in my dad's body. He doesn't even laugh at distasteful jokes.