Friends and Neighbors,
Since the legislative session ended on March 8, I've been back in our communities meeting with groups and stakeholders – including schools, chambers of commerce, civic clubs, and constituents. For example, I got to see firsthand the new technology lab in Napavine Elementary School's library back in March (read article here) – and I have met with many constituents and local leaders on a variety of issues.
When possible, I have shared the hits and misses of the 2018 legislative session, which I outlined in my last email update, and have discussed ideas for the year ahead. The responses have been insightful and I appreciate constituent input. It is great to be back in the 20th District and I look forward to more meetings and discussions over the upcoming months.
Due to election-year restrictions, today is the last day I can send you an email update until after the November election is certified. I wanted to touch base with you one last time to remind you that while the legislative session may be over, I'm still your state representative year-round. And, while I will not be sending out updates, I can respond if you have questions, a concern with a current law, or an issue with a state agency. Or, I can come by to see what your group or business does that is providing a product or service no one else provides.
Please feel free to email (firstname.lastname@example.org), call (360-786-7990) or send me a letter (P.O. Box 40600, Olympia, WA 98504-0600) if you have any ideas, questions or concerns to pass along. I'm also open to meet with you in person. My legislative assistant, Tori, and I can also assist you with your interactions with state government. We look forward to hearing from you.