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3rd District – Spokane Deputy 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.
32nd District – Shoreline
Senator Chase believes in education with multiple pathways to a successful future. She crafts economic development initiatives that lead to jobs and prosperity for all our communities.
49th District – Vancouver Asst. Floor Leader
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.
29th District – Tacoma
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.
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.
22nd District – Thurston County Caucus Chair
Sen. Fraser has served in the Senate for 22 years, representing Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, and northern Thurston County. She is an advocate for schools and the environment.
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 elected early on by his Democratic Caucus colleagues as Assistant Floor Leader, a rare responsibility given to a rookie member of the State House.
48th District – Kirkland Democratic Whip
Sen. Cyrus Habib represents Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Medina, Clyde Hill, and the Points Communities in the Washington State Legislature. He elected to the state House in 2012, making him the first Iranian American elected official to hold a state office in the United States. He was elected to the Senate in 2014.
24th District – Hoquiam
Sen. Hargrove was born and raised in Pacific Northwest. He has lived and worked on the Olympic Peninsula for 35 years. He is married to Laurie Hargrove. They are the proud parents of three children: Jimmy, Jewel, and Daniel. All three of their children graduated from Grays Harbor College.
11th District – Seattle
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.
44th District – Lake Stevens
Senator Steve Hobbs has been a member of the Washington State Senate since 2006. He serves as Chair of the Financial Institutions, Housing & Insurance Committee, and vice co-chair of the Transportation Committee. He also serves on the Agriculture, Water & Rural Economic Development 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.
37th District – Seattle
Pramila is serving her first term in the Washington State Senate. She represents the 37th Legislative District, which stretches south from Capitol Hill to Skyway and downtown Renton. Her home of nearly twenty years, the 37th is one of the most racially and economically diverse districts in the state.
33rd District – Kent
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.
36th District – Seattle
Sen. Kohl-Welles has represented the 36th Legislative District in the Senate since 1994 after serving for three years in the state House of Representatives where she was Majority Whip. In addition to her position as ranking member of the Senate Higher Education Committee, Jeanne sits on the Senate Ways & Means, Rules, and Judiciary committees.
21st District – Lynnwood
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.
1st District – Bothell
With an involvement in the education community spanning more than 30 years, Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe serves as ranking member of the Senate Early Learning & K-12 Education Committee. She works hard to better Washington’s public schools and prepare students for life surrounded by new and emerging technology. Rosemary is a staunch advocate for students, teachers, and parent involvement in their child’s educational career.
38th District – Tulalip
John represents the Everett, Marysville, and Tulalip communities and neighborhoods of Snohomish County. First elected to the House of Representatives a more than 10 years ago, John was appointed to the Senate in November 2013.
5th District – Issaquah Assistant 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.
34th District – Maury Island Senate Democratic Leader
Sharon is serving her first term in the Senate after representing the 34th District in the House of Representatives since 2007. The 34th District includes parts of Burien, North Highline, Vashon and Maury Islands, and West Seattle. A failing septic tank at her home had led her in 1996 to politics and citizen activism, resulting in a consumer protection bill that successfully passed into law.
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.
40th District – Orcas Island
Senator Kevin Ranker possesses an extensive and diverse background developing and advancing public policy, community development strategies and conservation initiatives both in the United States and internationally. For several years he has focused his expertise on the advancement of coastal and ocean policy with a particular emphasis on the combination of coastal economic development, energy policy and conservation.
23rd District – Kitsap County Floor Leader
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.
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.
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