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Sen. Andy Billig

3rd District – Spokane

Majority Leader

Andy Billig is a proud father, businessperson and active member of the Spokane community. He was elected to the state Senate by constituents of the 3rd District in 2012.

Sen. Reuven Carlyle

36th District – Seattle

Reuven Carlyle is an entrepreneur in the wireless, software and clean energy industries as well as a citizen legislator.

Sen. Annette Cleveland

49th District – Vancouver

Annette brings over 30 years of legislative and public policy experience to the Legislature. Elected in 2012, her priorities include support for early learning and quality education, adequate access to health care, and investment in critical infrastructure to better ensure a strong future for our state. As a wife and mom, she provides a strong voice for women’s rights and working families.

Sen. Steve Conway

29th District – Tacoma

Vice President Pro Tempore

Having served the 29th District as a State Representative for 18 years, Steve is now the Democratic senator for the Pierce County district that includes South Tacoma, East Lakewood and Parkland. He is the ranking member for the Senate Commerce & Labor Committee and also serves on the Senate Ways & Means and Government Operations Committees.

Sen. Jeannie Darneille

27th District – Tacoma

I understand the needs and concerns of families struggling to make ends meet. In the House, I worked to increase education funding for all learners; expanded health care for children, families, and the disabled; developed a safe environment for children and adults to learn, grow, and thrive; safeguarded civil liberties; and promoted economic opportunities to create living-wage jobs that improve the well-being of families.

Sen. Mona Das

47th District – Kent

Sen. Das is a small business owner who has seen the effects of unaffordable housing firsthand. She will work on behalf of women’s and immigrants’ rights, investing in a sustainable economy, and ensuring access to quality education for every Washingtonian.

Sen. Manka Dhingra

45th District – Redmond

Deputy Majority Leader

Manka was elected to the state Senate in 2017 by constituents of the 45th District. She is a Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney with the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office and an anti-domestic violence advocate and community leader.

Sen. David Frockt

46th District – Seattle

David Frockt represents the 46th District, which primarily comprises North Seattle. First elected to the state House of Representatives in 2010, David was appointed to the Senate in 2011. He currently serves as the Vice Chair of the Senate Ways and Means Committee, leading efforts on writing the capital budget.

Sen. Bob Hasegawa

11th District – Seattle

Vice Caucus Chair

Bob is a longtime labor and social justice activist. He led many workers struggles, winning top wages and benefits for working families and retirees, and he collaborated in many social justice struggles to protect civil rights, democracy, the environment and our constitutional rights.

Sen. Steve Hobbs

44th District – Lake Stevens

Senator Steve Hobbs has been a member of the Washington State Senate since 2006. He serves as Chair of the Transportation Committee. In addition to representing the people of the 44th district, he is a member of the Washington Army National Guard and proudly served in Kosovo and Iraq.

Sen. Sam Hunt

22nd District – Olympia

After 16 years in the House, Sen. Hunt was elected to the Senate in 2016. He represents Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, and northern Thurston County.

Sen. Karen Keiser

33rd District – Des Moines

President Pro Tempore

Karen Keiser has been a Washington State Senator since 2001 and has earned a reputation as a tireless advocate for improving health care. Before coming to the Senate, she served in the House of Representatives from 1996 to 2001.

Sen. Patty Kuderer

48th District – Bellevue

Assistant Floor Leader

Patty has served in the Legislature since 2015. She chairs the Senate Housing Stability & Affordability committee where she works on statewide policies to reduce homelessness and build more affordable housing across Washington.  In addition to housing, she is a passionate and dedicated advocate for common sense gun laws, reforming the criminal justice system, eliminating discrimination and biases in our institutions, expanding access to voting, and improving public health.

Sen. Marko Liias

21st District – Lynnwood

Floor Leader

Sen. Liias is serving his first term in Senate and his seventh session with the Legislature. Throughout his service, Marko has focused on policies to advance the economy based on good-paying jobs, a safe and quality education system, and a balanced transportation system.

Sen. Liz Lovelett

40th District – Anacortes

Sen. Lovelett was appointed to the Senate in 2019. Liz is committed to environmental stewardship, sustainable community growth, economic vitality, and solutions that put people first.


Sen. Mark Mullet

5th District – Issaquah

Majority Whip

Sen. Mark Mullet is a small business owner, former city councilman and father of four daughters. Mark earned a Master’s Degree in Public Affairs from the Evans School at the University of Washington in 2008. He was elected to the Issaquah City Council in 2009 and he also represents Issaquah as a Board Member of Eastside Fire and Rescue, which provides fire service from Issaquah to North Bend.

Sen. Joe Nguyen

34th District – White Center

Sen. Joe Nguyen was born in White Center, raised in Burien. His experiences growing up in an immigrant community as the son of Vietnamese refugees and being raised by a single mother informs much of his service today.

Sen. Jamie Pedersen

43rd District – Seattle

Jamie Pedersen grew up in Puyallup, graduated from Puyallup High School and worked at McDonald’s to help put himself through Yale College, where he studied Russian and history, and graduated summa cum laude.

Sen. Emily Randall

26th District – Bremerton

Emily Randall is the daughter of two union workers and was born on the Kitsap Peninsula and raised in Port Orchard. She’s worked for ten years in health care and education fundraising and advocacy and in the Legislature plans to focus on affordable college, apprenticeship and job training programs, and removing health care barriers for Washingtonians. She was elected in 2018.

Sen. June Robinson

38th District – Everett

June Robinson was appointed to the Senate representing the 38th Legislative District in May 2020 after serving in the House of Representatives for more than six years. She has a life-long commitment to public service, with years of experience working to improve public health and alleviate health disparities in rural and disenfranchised communities. She currently lives in Everett and is the mother of two grown children, Colin and Garret.

Sen. Christine Rolfes

23rd District – Kitsap County

Christine was appointed to her seat on July 20, 2011. Prior to her appointment, Christine had served in the House of Representatives since 2007, where she fought to advance legislation reflecting the common-sense values of the 23rd District. Her leadership advocating for small businesses, downtown revitalization, ferry reform, military-families and veterans, and public education has yielded tangible results for Washington families.

Sen. Rebecca Saldaña

37th District – Seattle

Deputy Majority Leader

Rebecca was appointed to her seat in 2016. She serves the communities of Beacon Hill, Central District, Rainer Valley, Columbia City, Rainier Beach, and Renton.

Sen. Jesse Salomon

32nd District – Shoreline

As an attorney with the King County Department of Public Defense, a Shoreline city councilmember and a former child welfare prosecutor, Jesse Salomon brings a deep and varied resume to his role as senator for the 32nd Legislative District. His priorities are to address critical needs in education, promote the creation of livable wage jobs, protect the environment, and practice fiscal accountability.

Sen. Derek Stanford

1st District – Bothell

Derek Stanford served in the Washington House of Representatives from 2011-2019, before being appointed to the Senate. He earned a PhD in Statistics at the University of Washington, Currently, Sen. Stanford runs a small business specializing in analytics solutions and statistical consulting. Previously, he has served as director of analytics at several companies, and as principal investigator on a research project for DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency).

Sen. Dean Takko

19th District – Longview

Dean was appointed to his seat on Oct. 22, 2015. Prior to his appointment, Dean had served in the House of Representatives since 2004. Born in Ilwaco, Dean is a lifelong Washingtonian and a graduate of Wahkiakum High School, Lower Columbia College, and Western Washington University. He is a former county assessor and has lived in Longview since 1978.

Sen. Kevin Van De Wege

24th District – Sequim

Kevin was elected to the Senate in 2016. Prior to his election, Kevin had served in the House of Representatives for a decade. The 24th District includes Jefferson, Clallam, and most of Grays Harbor counties.

Sen. Lisa Wellman

41st District – Mercer Island

Lisa was elected to the Senate in 2016. She serves the communities of Mercer Island, Bellevue, Newcastle, and the area south-east of Lake Sammamish.

Sen. Claire Wilson

30th District – Auburn

Assistant Whip

For 25 years at the Puget Sound Educational Services District, Claire Wilson specialized in early education and family involvement. Prior to that, she taught pregnant and parenting teens at Mt. Tahoma High School and was a senior grants and contracts manager for the City of Seattle’s teen parent programs. Claire is the vice chair of the Senate Early Learning & K-12 Education Committee.