Dear neighbors, It has been a banner year for progress on important issues like increasing available, affordable housing; reducing prescription drug costs; improving safety and security on the job; and enabling better lives for our children. Throughout the interim, I will be continuing to work on these issues and more. For the next few months, though, election year restrictions on official communications kick in. I will not be able to send official e-newsletters or update my legislative website and Facebook page until after the election is certified in December. We will still be hard at work, and my office will remain open. If you need to contact me or my staff, please see the contact information below, and please don’t hesitate to stay ...Read More
About Sen. Keiser
President Pro Tempore; Chair of Labor, Commerce & Tribal Affairs Committee
Sen. Karen Keiser represents Washington’s 33rd Legislative District, which contains a number of suburban cities south of Seattle, including SeaTac, Kent, Des Moines and Burien. As President Pro Tempore, she presides over the Washington State Senate when the lieutenant governor is unavailable. And as chair of the Senate Labor, Commerce & Tribal Affairs Committee, she champions policies that help working families and improve women’s economic security.
Read Sen. Keiser’s full biography here.