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Email Updates

Beginning tomorrow, May 6, election-year restrictions will be in effect until the November general election results are certified. These restrictions apply to all my official communications, including email updates, statements,... ...

May 5, 2024

On Saturday, April 20, I joined Sen. Gildon and Rep. Jacobsen in hosting a post-session town hall meeting at Pierce College. More than 100 people showed up, which was great to...

May 5, 2024

Fellow 39th District Rep. Carolyn Eslick and I recently sent out a six-page mailer that recaps the 2024 legislative session. You probably received it in your mailbox this weekend. If not,...

May 5, 2024

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May 5, 2024

Due to election-year restrictions that begin tomorrow, this will be my last email update to you until after the November election results are certified by Secretary of State Steve Hobbs.... ...

May 5, 2024

I hope this update finds you well. I wanted to let you know that starting May 6, my legislative communications will be limited due to election-year restrictions. From this upcoming... ...

May 4, 2024

Dear Friends and Neighbors, Spring is here, and summer is just around the corner. I hope you and your loved ones have the opportunity to relax and enjoy some of... ...

May 4, 2024

I wanted to take a moment to remind you that due to this being an election year there will be limits on my legislative communications to you over the next... ...

May 4, 2024

As you may know by now, I have officially announced I will not be running for re-election. I have spent more than a quarter of a century representing you in... ...

May 4, 2024

Legislative session recap; tax and fee increases passed by Democrats; successful House Republican bills; bad bills that were stopped; and election-year restrictions.

May 3, 2024