Dear Neighbors and Friends, Washington State Ferries (WSF), being our state’s marine highway system, and only transportation option available for most San Juan County residents, is in dire straits. The unprecedented frequency of service disruptions passengers has endured, either through severely delayed sailings or cancellations, has been, and continues to be unacceptable. While these problems have been particularly bad this summer, Island residents know all too well that these issues have existed way before the pandemic. COVID-19 has only exacerbated the problems of an already stressed system. As your representatives, we have been sounding the alarm bells with our legislative colleagues, many of whom do not represent ferry-served districts. Our message to them has been simple and direct: This is not a ...Read More
About Sen. Lovelett
As a fifth generation Anacortes resident, Liz is rooted and invested in the 40th District. She has served as a community leader, championing affordable housing, water management, school construction, oil train safety, and improving lives for people in her community. She has served Anacortes as a city council member, and regionally as a board member for several organizations.
Liz is a mother, sister, and daughter of Anacortes residents. She is currently pursuing her bachelor’s degree at Western Washington University’s Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies, studying politics, environmental science and public health. She has been a small business owner and operator, and is a proud homeowner.
Read Sen. Lovelett’s full biography here.