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He began his first term in Olympia in January 2015. Strom serves as the Vice Chair of the Environment and Capital Budget Committees and as a member of the Local Government Committee.
Strom owns the Cheesemonger’s Table, a cheese shop and café in Edmonds. As a small business owner, he has seen firsthand the benefits a living wage and smart infrastructure investments can have for a community. Strom served on the Edmonds City Council for six years prior to his election to the legislature, where he served on the Public Safety and Economic Development Committees. He was, and remains, a strong advocate for protection of our environment and our state’s natural resources.
Strom’s community involvement includes supporting and volunteering for the Edmonds Center for the Arts, his local Rotary, Chamber Board, the Edmonds Community College Boots to Books program, and the Edmonds Veteran’s Plaza.
Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Strom received his B.A. in English from the University of New Mexico. He has lived in Edmonds since 2001, where he resides with his wife, Maria Montalvo, and their dog Lulu.
The state operating budget might be saved, but local projects will see delays if Senate Republicans continue to refuse to negotiate a Capital Budget. The House proposed construction projects throughout the state totaling $4.15 billion to build new schools, invest...
OLYMPIA—Local projects might see delays if Senate Republicans continue to refuse to negotiate a Capital Budget. The House proposed construction projects throughout the state totaling $4.15 billion to build new schools, invest in clean drinking water, salmon recovery programs, expanding...
Dear friends and neighbors, As many of you know, the Legislature has just begun a third special session to pass a new two-year state operating budget. Unfortunately, time is running out. The current fiscal period ends on June 30th, and...
Partnership is needed to end the stalemate Unlike Congress, in Olympia Democrats and Republicans compromise all the time. Here in the House, we’ve worked closely with our Republican colleagues on a number of fronts, including the state’s transportation budget. Compromise...
Senate Republicans refuse to negotiate It has become clear that the legislature will need to go into overtime in order to get our work done this year. While making decisions about the state’s two-year budget is complicated, I am disappointed...
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