Dear Friends and Neighbors,
Across the state, record amounts of snowfall are accumulating. Rep. Chris Corry and I are in Olympia and today, House and Senate committees have been cancelled due to the weather. It would be nearly impossible to hold town hall meetings, right?
Fortunately, you can still have a say in your government right from the comfort of your own home — even in this inclement weather.
Rep. Corry and I are holding a telephone town hall meeting tomorrow night, Feb. 12, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. We want to hear from you!
In about two weeks, the first deadlines for bills are coming up. After that, we will be on the floor, voting on hundreds of bills — many which could affect you, your family and your neighbors across the 14th District. As your representatives, we want to bring your voice and your vote to the table. So that is why it is essential we hear from you.
We invite you to participate. Simply call us between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. tomorrow. The number is: (509) 404-3052. Then when connected, if you have a question, press the * star key on your telephone keypad. That will put you in line to talk with us live.
Stay warm. Stay safe. And be sure to call us tomorrow night with your questions.
Honored to serve you,