Mia was first elected in 2013 to represent the 33rd district, including SeaTac, Normandy Park, Des Moines and parts of Kent, Burien, Renton and Unincorporated King County.
Mia served on the SeaTac City Council from 2008 to 2015. While on the council, she served on the Puget Sound Regional Council Executive Board, Board of Directors for Sound Cities Association and other regional committees.
Mia has degrees from Highline Community College and the University of Washington.
Mia represents one of four generations of her family in the South King County area. Her daughter Alexis just graduated from the University of Washington!
OLYMPIA—On Thursday night, the House of Representatives passed a $4.18 billion-investment capital budget on a 95-1 vote. SB 6090 includes a record $1 billion to build new public schools, a key provision to help school districts reduce K-3 class sizes,...
Congress must act ASAP for thousands of Washington kids to keep coverage Washington lawmakers see that children’s health coverage must be a top priority, that’s why in 2007 the legislature passed the Apple Health for All Kids program. Today, 840,000 children...
Focusing on children, youth and families Right now, services for children and families span several state agencies, and no one agency has responsibility for improving outcomes for children and youth. Too many children are falling through the cracks of our...
33rd District Legislators to host town hall in Kent Who: State Sen. Karen Keiser, State Rep. Mia Gregerson, and State Rep. Tina Orwall What: Town hall meeting When: Saturday, March 18, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Where: Kent...
House passes the Washington Voting Rights Act Bill aims to give every community a voice in our democracy OLYMPIA – The House of Representatives passed the Washington Voting Rights Act on Monday, February 27. This is the fifth year in...
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