Our Elected Democrats for the 10th LD
The mission of the 10th LD Democrats is to help elect Democratic candidates to office. In furtherance of this mission, the 10th LD supports Democratic candidates and elected officials in many ways:
> We provide forums, meetings, dinners, fundraiser, ice cream socials, and other opportunities for candidates to meet local voters.
> We help candidates recruit local volunteers willing to work on the candidate's campaign teams.
> We maintain a voter database, and can assist local candidate in tailoring mailing lists, walking lists, and other information used in the candidates' campaigns.
JAY INSLEE - GOVERNOR
Elected as Governor in 2012 after representing both Eastern Washington and Western Washington in the U.S. Congress, Jay Inslee is a fifth-generation Washingtonian. Issues that Jay are especially focused on include the environment and clean energy technologies. Jay was reelected to a third term in 2020.
Governor Jay Inslee website: https://www.governor.wa.gov/
Contact Governor Jay Inslee: https://www.governor.wa.gov/contact
PATTY MURRAY - US SENATOR
First elected to the U.S. Senate in 1992, Patty Murray was the first woman to represent Washington State in the Senate. Patty sits on a variety of committees that include: Health Educations Labor & Pensions Committee (HELP), Appropriations, Budget, and Veteran’s Affairs. Patty is the Ranking member of the Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education. She also serves on the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Subcommittee, the Energy and Water Development Subcommittee, the Transportation, House and Urban Development and Related Agencies, the Defense Subcommittee, and the Homeland Security Subcommittee. Patty was initially elected to the Senate in 1992, and was then reelected in 1998, 2004, 2010, and 2016.
Senator Patty Murray website: https://www.murray.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/home
D.C. Phone: 202-224-2621
MARIA CANTWELL - US SENATOR
First elected in 2000, Maria Cantwell previously served in the U.S. House of Representatives and the Washington State Legislature. Maria serves on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources, Finance, Indian Affairs, and Small Business and Entrepreneurship committees. In addition she is the Ranking member of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Cantwell serves on the Senate Finance Committee, the Energy and Natural Resources Committee and the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee. Maria also serves as ExOfficio member of the following subcommittees: Aviation and Space, Communications, Technology, Innovation, and the Internet, Manufacturing, Trade, and Consumer Protection, Science, Oceans, Fisheries, and Weather, Transportation and Safety, and Security. Maria was Re-elected in 2006, 2012, and 2018.
Senator Maria Cantwell website: https://www.cantwell.senate.gov/
Contact Senator Maria Cantwell: https://www.cantwell.senate.gov/contact/email/form
D.C. Phone: 202-224-3441
RICK LARSEN - US HOUSE OF REPRESENATIVES
Rick Larsen, who hails from Snohomish County, Washington, was first elected to Congress to represent the 2nd CD in 2000 and was re-elected in 2002, 2004, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018, and 2020. The 2nd Congressional District includes portions of Snohomish, Skagit, and Whatcom counties. It also includes all of Island and San Juan counties. Rick currently serves on the House Armed Services committee and the House Transportation Committee and is the Chair of the Aviation Subcommittee. Rick is also the co-chair of the House US-China Working Group.
2nd Congressional District Representative Rick Larsen’s website: https://larsen.house.gov/
Contact Representative Rick Larsen: https://larsen.house.gov/contact-rick
D.C. Phone: 202-225-2605
Everett Phone: 425-252-3188
Washington State 1st Congressional Dist.
Joined Congress 2012. Currently a member of the House Ways and Means Committee, The Select Committee Revenue Measures, House Trade Committee, House Oversight Committee, and the Modernization of Congress Committee. Previously Suzan had directed the Washington State Department of Revenue, and prior had worked for Microsoft.
Suzan DelBene website: https://delbene.house.gov/
Suzan DelBene Contact info: https://delbene.house.gov/contact/
Washington DC phone: (202)-225-6311
Mount Vernon, WA. office: (360) 416-7879
I ran for Lt. Governor because its critical we have state leaders with the experience, competence and civility to guide our government on the path to a more prosperous future for all during these unprecedented times. As your Lt. Governor, I fight for progressive policies just as I have done all my life.
Email: [email protected]
Office of the Lt. Governor
P.O. Box 40400
Olympia, WA 98504-0400
Office of the Lt. Governor
220 Legislative Building
416 Sid Snyder Ave. S.W.
Representative Mike Pellicciotti (pelly-chotty) is leading the charge to make government more transparent and beneficial to the people of Washington, not corporate special interests. He wants to do the same as your next Treasurer.
Mike is one of the only Washington State elected officials who has never accepted campaign donations from corporations.
First elected to the House of Representatives in 2016 after personally knocking on over 15,000 doors to beat a Republican incumbent, Mike successfully introduced and passed into law legislation to get “dark money” out of politics, to modernize and increase financial penalties for corporate crime, and require greater campaign finance transparency by political action committees. He has championed open government laws and was the first legislator to call on the legislature to fully provide legislators’ public records, while also voluntarily disclosing his own.
Mike began his public service in 2005 as a King County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney, where he prosecuted domestic violence and sex trafficking. Later as an Assistant Attorney General, Mike managed statewide efforts to protect seniors and to combat complex financial health care fraud, returning over $30 million dollars to taxpayers. As State Representative, he has led bills to ensure that Sound Transit taxpayers only pay taxes on the accurate value of their property.
Paid for by People for Pellicciotti
Seattle, WA. 98102
Bob Ferguson is Washington State’s 18th Attorney General. As the state’s chief legal officer, Bob is committed to protecting the people of Washington against powerful interests that don’t play by the rules. He is a fourth-generation Washingtonian, a graduate of the University of Washington and New York University law school. Bob and his wife, Colleen, are the proud parents of 11-year-old twins, Jack and Katie.
Interesting facts about Bob Ferguson:
Bob has hiked hundreds of miles of Washington trails and climbed many of the state's highest peaks. Bob has summited the highest point in 45 of the 50 United States.
His family homesteaded on the beautiful Skagit River, which may explain why Bob is such an enthusiastic mountain climber, backpacker, and birder.
Bob is an internationally rated chess master and twice won the Washington State Chess Championship.
Bob is an avid baseball fan and once took a trip with a college buddy to see a baseball game in every major league stadium.
Bob began his legal career in Spokane. He clerked for two federal judges before returning to Seattle to join Preston, Gates, and Ellis (now K&L Gates) where his civil litigation practice included work on behalf of taxpayers, corporations and small businesses.
In 2003, Bob was elected to the King County Council. In 2005, after the council was reduced from 13 to nine and Bob's district was eliminated, he was re-elected. He was unopposed in 2009.
Friends of Bob Ferguson
Seattle, WA. 98122-
McCarthy began her career in public service as an elected school board director for the Tacoma School District, a position she held from 1987-1999. She then became the deputy auditor for Pierce County in 1999. She was then elected and served as county auditor in 2002 and 2006. She served from 2003-2008. Contrary to what the title suggests, the Pierce County auditor doesn't carry out financial audits. Rather the auditor oversees elections and licensing.
In 2008, McCarthy was then elected to serve two terms as Pierce County executive, from 2009-2017. As county executive, McCarthy was tasked with running the daily operations of the county, including overseeing a $900 million budget and managing 3,000 employees. She was ineligible for a third term as county executive due to term limits.
Pat McCarthy for State Auditor
401 2nd Ave. S, Suite 303
Seattle, WA 98401
Commissioner of Public Lands
Hilary Franz is relentless in her desire to create bold, transformational change in Washington. Crosscut summed it up best: “She has the energy of a venti-fueled dynamo and a mind that works at a wildfire pace.” Hilary brings a passion for the lands and waters of Washington and a compassion for all of our communities. And she has a leadership style that is rare: she brings people together across long-standing divisions to accomplish great things for not just a few, but for all.
Elected Commissioner of Public Lands in 2016, Hilary leads the Department of Natural Resources, an agency that manages 6 million acres of public lands — from coastal waters and forests to commercial properties and farmland. This portfolio generates $325M each year for our public schools and basic county services throughout our state. Through Hilary’s leadership, the agency is developing a strategy for increasing revenue for our schools and communities through innovative strategic investments that protect working forests and farms in our rural areas and increase housing and economic opportunities in our cities.
Friends of Hilary Franz 401-2nd Ave S. Ste 303, Seattle, WA. 98103
Superintendent of Public Instruction
As someone who believes his path in life is largely owed to the public education he received, Superintendent Chris Reykdal has dedicated his career to ensure all learners have equitable opportunities for a high-quality public education. Since taking office in January 2017, Chris has centered the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) work on equity and support the whole child, reinvigorated career and technical education pathways for student and strengthened the agency's partnership with the Legislature. During his first three years in office, Chris spearheaded an overhaul of our state's graduation requirements, which now provide students with multiple pathways to a high school diploma that are aligned to their goals and interests. Beginning with the Class of 2020, students will have several valuable pathways to demonstrate readiness for their next step after high school. In addition, under Chris' leadership, the Legislature provided the first increase to the funding model for serving students with disabilities in nearly 25 years. Chris will continue advocating for enhanced funding until school districts no longer rely on local funds to provide these essential services. Valuing transparency in data, Chris led OSPI through a complete redisgn of the state Report Card, focusing on usability for parents, family, and community members. Since the resdesign, Wahington's Report Card has been ranked among the top of the nation for usability and transparency. Since taking office Chris has received awards for his leadership from the Association of Washington School Principals, MESA USA (Mathematics, Engineering, and Science Achievement) and DECA.
Chris Reykdal for Superintendent of Public Instruction.
855 Trosper Rd Suite 108-117
Tumwater, WA, 98512
Phone: (360) 790-3151
Email: [email protected]
State Insurance Commissioner
I am honored and humbled by the support I received to serve another four years as your insurance commissioner.
I vow to remain vigilant in protecting consumers in Washington, especially in the area of health care.
I will continue as a fair and balanced regulator—and consumer protection will always be my top priority.
As Insurance Commissioner, Mike Kreidler is responsible for regulating the $30 billion insurance industry in Washington State. Accomplishments include:
Strengthening the insurance market, increasing competition and bringing more choices to consumers
Cut excessive rate increases by insurance companies, saving auto and homeowner consumers over $310 million
Successfully fought repeated attempts by big out-of-state insurance companies to take away consumer legal protections
Helped individual consumers recover over $160 million on their insurance policies when payments were delayed or denied
Protected women by requiring that contraceptives be included in prescription drug coverage
Brought transparency and regulatory oversight to the individual health insurance market
Friends of Mike Kreidler
PO Box 15017 Tumwater, WA 98511
WA St. 10th Leg. Dist. House Representative.
Dave Paul from Whidbey Island was first elected to the Washington State House of Representative in 2018 and currently serves on the Transportation, College & workforce Development, and the Education committees. He was reelected in 2020.
Email: [email protected]
Toll-free Hotline (800-562-6000 or for TTY / hearing impaired, 800-635-9993)
Direct line: 360-786-7914
Dave Paul’s 10 Legislative District website: https://housedemocrats.wa.gov/paul/
Contact Dave Paul: https://housedemocrats.wa.gov/paul/contact/ [email protected]
JANET ST CLAIR
ISLAND COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIST. 3
Janet St Clair represents District 3, which encompasses Whidbey Island north of Oak Harbor and all of Camano Island. Janet was elected to office in 2018 after a distinguished career in non-profits including executive roles.
Commissioner Janet St Clair website: https://www.islandcountywa.gov/Commissioners/Pages/district3.aspx
Contact Commissioner Janet St Clair: [email protected]
Phone Whidbey: 360-679-7354, Camano: 360-387-3443 x8264
Melanie Bacon - Island County Commissioner District 1
Commissioner District 1
P.O Box 1530
Coupeville, WA, 98239