About Sen. Claire Wilson
Claire Wilson’s legislative work has built on her 25 years at the Puget Sound Educational Services District, where she was an administrator in early education and family involvement. Elected to the Senate in 2018, Claire quickly rose to the ranks of Senate leadership as Assistant Majority Whip — one of two lawmakers responsible for knowing whether key legislative proposals have the support to pass out of the Senate and when it makes the most sense to call them to the floor for a vote.
Read Claire’s full biography here.
Sen. Claire Wilson In The News
By Sydney Brown / For The Chronicle Early childhood care and education ...Read More
Washington State Wire: Senate bill that would expand accessible, affordable child care has first hearing in the House
Senate Bill 5237, which would expand accessible, affordable childcare and early childhood ...Read More
The Seattle Times: They’re raising grandkids with little help, and during a pandemic. Can’t we lend them a hand?
Most days, the massive unfairness of the world cannot crush Ollie Reeves. ...Read More
A bipartisan bill cosponsored by two lawmakers from Clark County would require ...Read More
The Spokesman-Review: Proposed Washington child care legislation could provide relief to providers who desperately need it while supporting economic recovery
OLYMPIA – Herra Bower started providing child care out of her home more ...Read More
The Stranger: Washington Electeds to Mayor Durkan and Chief Best: Direct SPD to “Change Their Tactics Immediately”
by Chase Burns A long-ish list of progressive electeds (and some regular-ass Democrats!) ...Read More
In nearly seven hours of floor speeches in the House and Senate ...Read More