Category Archives: Brady Walkinshaw

43rd District legislators hosting town hall Saturday, Feb. 22

House Speaker Frank Chopp, Sen. Jamie Pedersen and Rep. Brady Walkinshaw will hold a town hall meeting on Saturday, Feb. 22 at 1:30 p.m. at Seattle First Baptist Church on First Hill in Seattle. The lawmakers are taking a brief pause from the 2014 legislative session in Olympia to hear what’s on the minds of their constituents in the 43rd Legislative District. The event is free and open to all constituents of the 43rd Legislative District, which includes Capitol Hill, … Continue reading

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First Walkinshaw bill clears House

Yesterday afternoon, the state House of Representatives unanimously approved Rep. Brady Walkinshaw’s (D-Seattle) legislation to grant community colleges the ability to award honorary baccalaureate degrees. The bill was Walkinshaw’s first to clear the House of Representatives. “Honorary degrees play an important role – honoring those who have made a significant contribution to their communities,” said Walkinshaw. “Currently only four-year universities can grant these degrees. It only makes sense to extend this ability to our community and technical colleges.” When community … Continue reading

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Rep. Walkinshaw hosting constituent coffee hour this Saturday

Who: Rep. Brady Walkinshaw (D-Seattle) What: Constituent coffee hour When: 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM on Saturday, January 25 Where: Wallingford Fuel Coffee 1705 N 45th St Seattle, WA 98103 Rep. Brady Walkinshaw, the newly-appointed lawmaker from the 43rd Legislative District, will host open office hours at the Wallingford Fuel Coffee on Saturday. Brady encourages constituents to stop by and discuss the issues most important to them.

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Meet Rep. Brady Walkinshaw

Rep. Brady Walkinshaw (D-Seattle) was appointed to serve in the House of Representatives just a few short weeks before the legislative session began. Last week, Brady sat down KUOW to talk about his background and priorities moving forward. According to the piece, it’s no big shock to those closest to Brady that he would end up in public service: By the age of 4 or 5, “I have vivid memories of him organizing books on the floor [about] states and … Continue reading

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