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|U.S. House, Washington, District 5|
Yearout's platform included:
- Constitutional Amendment to define the “general welfare” clause in its originally intended form.
- Constitutional Amendment to explicitly define the meaning of “income” to exclude the wages of labor, as per the original intent of the authors of the 16th Amendment.
- Revoke the charter of the Federal Reserve to set monetary policy, and profit by charging for services which this nation can do for itself for nothing.
- Begin the immediate reissuance of American currency in the form of gold and silver coin.
- Encouragement of the states to educate their citizens and sheriffs of their last resort to check the power of bad laws by exercising their powers of nullification.
- Restore the now extinct state check on federal power.
Yearout ran in the 2012 election for the U.S. House to represent Washington's 5th District. He sought the nomination as a Republican and faced incumbent Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R), Rich Cowan (D), and Ian Moody (I) in the August 7 primary. The top two vote-getters, regardless of party, were on the general election ballot. He was defeated in the August 7, 2012, primary.
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Yearout and his wife Holly have three children and five grandchildren.