Dear Friends and Neighbors,
One of the most intense 60-day sessions concluded on March 8. As the minority party, we worked across the aisle with our majority party colleagues on all issues by offering reasonable, commonsense, and fiscally responsible solutions to the challenges they brought forward. Our solutions were meant to make policy better, and give tax relief to you – the taxpayer.
If you haven’t already received your 2018 Session Review newsletter, it should be hitting your mailbox soon. This will give you a comprehensive breakdown of the major highlights of the 2018 session.
You can also read the digital version by clicking here.
Now that session has ended, I’m back in the 31st District for the interim. It feels great to be back! Remember, just because my time has ended in Olympia for the year, I’m your state representative year-round. Interim gives me the chance to connect with you at your convenience throughout the district. Please reach out to my office to set up an appointment, to arrange a speaking opportunity, or to ask any questions you may have!
I would like to take this opportunity to introduce my new Legislative Assistant Meagan Hillier. She is a great addition to my legislative office, and she’s ready to assist with whatever you may need! Please join me in welcoming her!
Reminder! Election-year communications freeze is here!
Because I’m heading into an election-year cycle, my legislative communications will be put under an election-year freeze beginning May 14. However, I’m not restricted from responding to your emails, phone calls and messages. I’m also not restricted from having in-person meetings with you, so please continue to reach out to me as you normally would.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org and my office phone number is (360) 786-7866.
It’s an honor to serve you.