Dear friends and neighbors, It’s been months since the end of the 2021 legislative session, but little has changed since then in terms of our major needs and priorities. When the Legislature convened back in January, we faced potential economic catastrophe, spiking COVID-19 cases, political violence in D.C. and at home, and the uncertainty of a mostly remote session. At the same time, the pandemic brought longstanding needs into even clearer focus and urgency — and we responded with bold investments to make our communities stronger now and to provide long-term financial stability and resilience for generations to come. In a previous email update, I focused on our state’s most urgent need: the pandemic. Today I’d like to provide a roundup of ...Read More
About Sen. Annette Cleveland
Access to housing, a quality education, affordable health care and family-wage jobs helps build strong, healthy communities. Annette views these pillars as her top priorities, and believes they are best addressed through a balanced approach that starts with education and follows through with good jobs, not just for those in the 49th District but in communities across the state.
Read Annette’s full biography here.