Dear Friends and Neighbors,

I began my term just last week as state senator of the 28th Legislative District. I am honored to serve and bring the values of our community to the Legislature. I look forward to sharing with you what we are working on and, more importantly, hearing your thoughts.

Just before we began session, my colleagues selected me to serve as the vice chair for two committees: Early Learning & K-12 Education, as well as Higher Education & Workforce Development. I am also serving on the Transportation Committee and the Behavioral Health Subcommittee. I’m excited about bringing my experiences forward to create meaningful policies. If you’d like to read more about my work, please visit my website or my Facebook.

Though this session we will be mostly remote, I am committed to serving our community and staying in touch with you while doing so. I want to hear what matters to you, which is why I am excited to share some opportunities to get connected:

  1. Join your 28th LD legislators, Rep. Mari Leavitt, Rep. Dan Bronoske and me, on Monday, January 25th, for Coffee & Conversation at 6:30 PM. We want to hear from you and what you think we should focus on this session. You can sign up here!
  2. Get involved in the process!
  • Learn—How a bill becomes a law, from start to finish, is explained here.
  • Find—Look up legislation on the issues important to you here.
  • Watch—Visit org for broadcasts and archived videos of your democracy in action.
  • Testify—Register to testify remotely before legislative committees here.
  • Reach out—If you do not live in the 28th Legislative District, you can find and contact your legislators here.
  1. Finally, reach out to my office for any questions or comments. You can also find me on Facebook to receive updates about the work we are doing for you. I am excited to hear from you about what your priorities are.


Senator T’wina Nobles