In the upcoming 2019 legislative session, I look forward to serving you and standing up for:
- Middle class families by advocating for property tax cuts and ST3 tax cuts and well-paying jobs that provide economic security for all Washingtonians;
- All Washington students by supporting better special education funding and addressing the statewide teacher shortage, as well as further expansion of college financial aid and tuition freezes;
- Military families and veterans who make unprecedented sacrifices for our state and country and deserve our unequivocal support whether transitioning to civilian life or ensuring full access to services, including a renewed push to pass my legislation to promote military spouse employment;
- Providing stability for families by ensuring mental health and health care services are available to everyone who needs them, as well as a comprehensive approach to addressing the opioid crisis that affects every community in Washington; and
- Communities across Pierce County so they are safe, healthy and vibrant places in which to raise our families and work.
My door is always open to you and I encourage you to reach out with any questions, concerns, or comments on anything I’m working on in Olympia. You can reach me, or my legislative assistant Jennifer, at the contact information below:
- Email: Christine.Kilduff@leg.wa.gov
- Toll-free Hotline (800-562-6000 or for TTY / hearing impaired, 800-635-9993)
- Direct line: 360-786-7958
I look forward to hearing from you!
It is the highest honor to serve as your State Representative.
Rep. Christine Kilduff
Christine is the granddaughter of Irish immigrants who arrived in the United States with little education or savings. Her upbringing made her a strong believer in the power of education to give people a shot at the American Dream.
She double-majored in Spanish and Italian literature at Boston College, graduating summa cum laude and with Phi Beta Kappa honors before attending the Boston College Law School.
While working as an assistant attorney general, Christine Kilduff led a statewide team to tackle the problem of drunk drivers and as a civil prosecuting attorney also worked to take away weapons, money and vehicles used to commit crimes.
Christine has lived in University Place for the last 18 years and has been active in the community and organizations such as the PTA, Citizens for University Place Schools and various volunteer legal clinics. Christine and her spouse and partner of 25 years, Colleen, have two daughters who attend the University Place schools. She is the former president of the University Place School Board, named the State Board of the Year in 2014.
In the House of Representatives, she serves as vice-chair of the Judiciary Committee, along with serving on the Education Committee and Early Learning and Human Services Committee. She also serves on the Joint Legislative Audit & Review Committee and the Veterans’ and Military Affairs Joint Committee.
“Since 2015 the Legislature has invested $380 million to increase behavioral health services and treatment capacity in our communities, as well as to address deficiencies at Western State Hospital that will improve treatment and safety for both patients and staff....
Below you’ll find the 2018 end of session newsletter I sent at the beginning of May. Please click below and read about the work I’ve done for our community.
Dear Neighbors, Starting May 14, election year activity restrictions prohibit lawmakers from sending email messages like these until December. In this e-newsletter, I want to highlight some areas I am particularly proud of from this past year. As always, you...
OLYMPIA – Rep. Christine Kilduff, D-University Place, has led the charge on identifying and ending discrimination still on the books in Washington state. This year, Kilduff passed two new laws that take on discrimination in our property rolls and jury...
What’s Comes After Basic Ed Funding? For years, the Legislature’s focus has been on meeting the constitutional obligation to fund basic K-12 education as set out by the state Supreme Court. This year, lawmakers believe that goal has been met....
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