Friends and neighbors – The 2017 legislative session has concluded. I look forward to working with you over the next several months to discuss ways to best serve you in next year’s legislative session. I’ve already introduced new legislation to lower property taxes. More...
Friends and neighbors – As we conclude our legislative session in Olympia, I continue to work on issues important to our district. Here’s an update. State budget passes, ending shutdown fears State lawmakers finalized a budget agreement on June 30th,...
Sea-Tac Airport is one of the fastest growing airports in the nation with 3.4 million more passengers last year than in 2015. Rep. Mike Pellicciotti (D-Federal Way) has teamed with Rep. Tina Orwall (D-Des Moines) to show the negative impacts...
Friends and neighbors – While this special session continues in Olympia, I want to keep you updated on the capital budget requests for our region, the status of budget negotiations, and my efforts to combat the growing opioid crisis in...
Small Business Incubator Opens in Auburn Auburn has a new small business incubator, where entrepreneurs and new small businesses can rent affordable office space to help develop their ideas and connect with others to help network and grow. I was...
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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