Category Archives: Blog

22 Jul
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E-news: Three ways to raise your voice!

Friends, neighbors – How can I share my family’s story about the high cost of medical care? How can I help influence transportation policy to make our roads safer and more accessible? Is there a way for me to get ...

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09 Jul
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E-news: REMINDER – July 14 Coffee Hour, 3pm-5pm, Gig Harbor!

Friends, neighbors – What are we doing to support small businesses and boost economic recovery? Did we take steps this year to make prescription medication more affordable? How are we making it easier for community members to pursue the family-wage ...

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24 Jun
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E-news: July 14 Community Coffee Hour in Gig Harbor – You’re invited!

Friends, neighbors – Thank you to all those who chimed in on my Community Coffee Hours survey to let me know how I can make this year’s gatherings – whether in person or virtual – most accessible and helpful. With ...

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11 Jun
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E-news: Community Coffee Hour SURVEY DEADLINE – midnight, 6/20!

Friends, neighbors – To keep hearing your thoughts, staying engaged, and partnering in the work to build a better Washington, I’ll be starting up my Community Coffee Hours this summer – and I want to hear from YOU about how ...

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30 Apr
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E-news: YOU’RE INVITED – 5/22, 11am-12pm, Virtual Town Hall!

Friends, neighbors – I’m excited to invite you to another Virtual Town Hall coming up on ✨ Saturday, May 22, from 11:00am – 12:00pm! ✨ This will be our opportunity to connect and to answer your questions or hear your ...

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23 Apr
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E-news: Bills becoming laws, problems becoming solutions

Friends, neighbors – Sine die (aka the final day of session) is Sunday the 25th – just days away! – and we’ve got a lot to celebrate, and a lot of work to keep up. Several of the bills I ...

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22 Apr
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Sen. Randall & Sen. Sheldon: “The gridlock in Gorst will not be solved by gridlock at the legislature”

By Sen. Emily Randall and Sen. Tim Sheldon One flood, one earthquake, any natural disaster – that’s all it would take to render the intersections of Highway 16 and Highway 3 in Gorst completely unpassable. That’s all it would take ...

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03 Feb
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E-news: You’re invited! – Join me for TWO upcoming Live events

  Friends, neighbors – Super excited to invite you to TWO upcoming Live virtual events I’m having! I’m looking forward to these opportunities to connect, answer your questions, hear your comments – to spend some time together in this strange ...

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09 Apr
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A letter to our congressional delegation

On April 7, I authored a letter asking my colleagues in Washington state’s congressional delegation to advocate for loan forgiveness for our health care workers on the front-lines of the coronavirus crisis. Click on the link below to read the ...

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