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October 15th, 2015|




Mission: We are looking for a future leader to join and contribute to our team as we provide the highest quality service, representation, and leadership for the people of the 3rd Legislative District.

Reports to: Sen. Andy Billig and Legislative Assistant, Kate Burke

Timeline: Full time, session-only position (January through mid-March, 2016). This position is based in Olympia.

Duties: We want you to do more than answer the phone and meet and greet office visitors. You’ll be communicating with constituents by responding to e-mail and phone inquiries, working on constituent case work and legislation, tracking the progression of bills, following committee hearings, participating in legislative strategy sessions and other duties that advance Sen. Billig’s policy goals and the interests of the citizens of Spokane.


-Knowledge of legislative process, general office practices, and of the 3rd Legislative District.

-Ability to determine what resources are needed to respond to any problems, questions or constituent needs. Research is key!

-Ability to communicate Sen. Billig’s vision in a clear and compelling manner.

-It wouldn’t hurt if you’re a data geek. We love numbers. You should too!

-Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.

-Independent self-starter.

-Flexible and resourceful when things get really crazy!

-Good sense of humor combined with forward-thinking values.

Compensation: Salary $2317 per month. Benefits are not offered for this seasonal position.

The next step: If you are still reading this and you are eager to join Senator Billig’s team, please submit your resume and a letter of interest via e-mail to kate.burke@leg.wa.gov

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    3rd Legislative District delegation to hold mobile office meetings

3rd Legislative District delegation to hold mobile office meetings

October 6th, 2015|

Spokane – On Thursday, Spokane’s 3rd Legislative District delegation will organize a mobile office meeting to get in touch with constituents. This meeting will include members of the district delegation, Sen. Andy Billig, D-Spokane, Rep. Timm Ormsby, D-Spokane, and Rep. Marcus Riccelli, D-Spokane.

The mobile office will provide constituents the opportunity to make comments and ask questions about state government. This feedback is important and helps the members represent their constituents when in Olympia. “The mobile office affords residents who can’t visit our Spokane or Olympia offices an additional opportunity to meet and speak directly with us,” said Billig. “When I became a legislator, one of my main goals was to make state government more accessible. By setting up a mobile office in a Spokane neighborhood, we’re able to interact more directly with our constituents.”

The location and time for this year’s mobile office is:

Thursday, Oct. 8

Saranac Commons

19 W. Main

4 to 5:30 p.m.

2015 Legislative Update

October 1st, 2015|


Please click here to explore the digital copy of the 2015 legislative update that will be arriving in your mailboxes at the beginning of October. Highlights from the 2015 legislative session include:

  • A historic investment in K-12 education funding, early learning and K-3 class-size reduction;
  • A first-ever tuition cut for public university, college and tech school students in the state;
  • Funding for the completion of the North Spokane Corridor to I-90 and vital bike, pedestrian and transit projects in Spokane; and
  • Authorization and funding for a Washington State University Medical School in Spokane, and increased funding for UW’s medical education in Spokane.