Sen. Steve Conway (D-Tacoma) has been appointed to represent the Senate Democratic Caucus on the Legislative Oral History Advisory Committee. The Oral History Committee is tasked with preserving and promoting the history of the Washington State Legislature. It identifies former legislators for oral history projects. Recently the committee completed its oral history project on former Sen. Rosa Franklin, whom Conway succeeded in the Senate in 2011 following Franklin’s retirement. “The history of Washington’s Legislature is rich and unique and I think we have a very interesting story to tell,” Conway said. “I think there’s a need to better document that history and I hope that I can be of service in helping tell a more comprehensive account.” Conway has a long history with, ...Read More
About Sen. Conway
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.
In addition to serving in a leadership role as the Vice President Pro Tempore, he is a member of the Senate Labor & Commerce Committee and also serves on the Senate Ways & Means and Health & Long Term Care committees.
Read Sen. Conway’s full biography here.