2024 Legislative Priorities Survey & Page Applications

Dear friends and neighbors,  

As the days are getting shorter, it seems like our legislative to-do lists are getting longer! The 2024 Legislative Session begins in January, and I really want to hear directly from you about the issues that are most important to you and your family this year. Your insights will help inform my work. Please take a moment to complete my District Survey on 2024 Legislative Priorities.

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I am also thrilled to share my recent op-ed in The Seattle Times, co-written with Tim Motts, President and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue. In the article, we shed light on the often-overlooked issue of poverty in Bellevue, a city known for its affluence. I encourage you to read the full op-ed to gain a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by our communityBeyond the skyline: Bellevue’s silent struggle with poverty. 


Legislative Page Program: Empowering Future Leaders 

Applications for the Legislative Page Program are now open! This is an incredible opportunity for high school students to experience the legislative process up close. If you know a motivated student who would benefit from this unique one-week program in Olympia, please encourage them to apply. More information about the program and the application process can be found here. 


Capital Budget at Work in Our District

Last month, I had the honor of helping cut the ribbon at the grand opening of the remodeled Lake Hills Clubhouse, operated by Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue. This home-away-from-home for hundreds of kids in the neighborhood was remodeled in part thanks to a $750,000 grant from the state.


The capital budget also played a crucial role in funding both the restoration of the drooping dock in the photo below and the completion of a trail gap along CrossTown Trail at Lake Boren Park in Newcastle. Last week, I joined Mayor Linda Newing, Deputy Mayor Ariana Sherlock, Sen. Lisa Wellman, and staff to observe the work underway on these projects made possible thanks to the capital budget!

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If you have suggestions or proposals for local projects that could benefit from state funding, please reach out to my office and let me know! Your input will help us advocate for the resources needed to make these projects in our communities a reality.

Stay Connected

I am committed to keeping you informed about my work in Olympia and providing opportunities for you to engage in the legislative process. Follow me on Facebook for regular updates, and don’t hesitate to reach out with your thoughts, concerns or ideas. 

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I look forward to continuing our work together for a better, brighter future for our district. Happy holiday season to you and yours!

Warm regards,

Senn Sig

Rep. Tana Senn