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  • Legislative Update: What I’ve supported so far | E-newsletters - March 22, 2017
    Friends and neighbors – Two weeks ago we reached the deadline to pass new bills in the House of Representatives. The bills lucky enough to make it through the House are now in the Senate. Here’s an update on some... READ MORE
  • Final town hall reminder, Sound Transit car tab tax relief, and more bills passed the House! | E-newsletters - March 10, 2017
    Dear friends and neighbors – This week was the deadline to pass bills introduced in the House. It was a busy week, and I look forward to updating you more this weekend at a town hall I’m hosting with Rep.... READ MORE
  • Legislative priorities pass the House and town hall next weekend! | E-newsletters - March 3, 2017
    Friends and neighbors – Yesterday, I passed three bills that I introduced to the House of Representatives. In this week’s newsletter, I’m happy to tell you about these bills, and remind you of the town hall I’m hosting with Rep.... READ MORE
  • MEDIA ADVISORY: 30th Legislative District Town Hall | Press Releases - March 3, 2017
    Who: State Rep. Mike Pellicciotti and State Rep. Kristine Reeves (30th Legislative District) What: Town hall meeting When: 10:00 AM –  12:00 PM on Saturday, March 11th Where: Federal Way Senior Center, 4016 S. 352nd St., Auburn. Why: To meet with constituents to... READ MORE
  • Election Transparency Bill “DISCLOSE Act” from Rep. Pellicciotti Passes House | Press Releases - March 3, 2017
    OLYMPIA – In an effort to shine light on special interest dark money in political campaigns, the House passed the DISCLOSE Act (HB 1807) with a 51-47 vote. Introduced in the House of Representatives by Rep. Mike Pellicciotti (D—Federal Way),... READ MORE
  • Biography

    Mike Pellicciotti (Pelli-chotty) proudly represents Algona, Auburn, Des Moines, Federal Way, Milton and Pacific in the State House of Representatives.

    Mike has served South King County as a prosecutor for over a decade, first as a King County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney holding accountable domestic violence and human trafficking offenders. He next prosecuted elder abuse and government waste, managing the return of over $30 million to taxpayers from corporate healthcare fraud.

    In the legislature, Mike is an independent voice committed to addressing issues of elder abuse, sex trafficking and domestic violence, public safety, government fraud, and improving the economic development of South King and North Pierce Counties.

    Mike is former chair of the Washington Equal Justice Coalition, which advocates for those denied access to justice, including veterans denied benefits. He also has served with the Federal Way Human Services Commission.

    The child of educators, Mike attended public schools and particularly values the importance of educational and other vocational opportunities for everyone in the district. He has a bachelor’s in business administration, a master’s where he studied economic development as a U.S. Fulbright Scholar, and a Juris Doctor from Gonzaga Law School. He later served on the Board of Regents of Gonzaga University.

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    Olympia Address:
    JLOB 304
    PO Box 40600
    Olympia, WA
    98504-0600

    (360) 786-7898
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    Legislative Assistant:
    Katie Dean
    Email: Katie.Dean@leg.wa.gov

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    Committees:
    Public Safety (Vice Chair)
    State Government
    Transportation

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    (360) 786-7208
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