2019 Legislators - Shoreline 32nd District

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

32nd District team
Ryu, Davis, Salomon
Two of the three legislators going to Olympia to represent the 32nd legislative district will be in office for the first time. Of the previous set of legislators, Rep. Ruth Kagi has chosen to retire, Rep. Cindy Ryu was re-elected, and Sen. Maralyn Chase was voted out of office.

The new legislative team, starting in 2019, will be Sen. Jesse Salomon, Rep. Cindy Ryu, and Rep. Lauren Davis. They are all Democrats.

The Democrats are the majority party in both Senate and House. As such, they chair all the committees, set the agenda, and are the majority on all committees.

Jesse Salomon
Sen. Jesse Salomon
I continue to be motivated by the thousands of conversations with community members I've had over the course of this year. I look forward to working hard in Olympia towards meaningful solutions to the issues that impact our community, and I pledge to fight for the environment, early education, tax fairness, and more.

He has been assigned to the following committees in the state senate:
  • Vice Chair of Agriculture, Water, Natural Resources, and Parks. 
  • Vice Chair of Local Government
  • Member of Early Learning and K-12
  • Member Law and Justice

Rep. Cindy Ryu
Rep. Cindy Ryu
My priorities are to fully fund education, ensure safety of our communities, and protect our privacy, the environment, and consumers from predatory lenders. I will work to increase affordable housing units and access to homeownership, while fixing our aging infrastructures.

I will advocate for small business owners and local jobs, and help make Washington State a better place for us to live, work, and raise our families.

She will serve on the following committees in the state house of representatives:
  • Chair of Housing, Community Development and Veterans Committee
  • Member of Appropriations Committee
  • Member of Consumer Protection and Business Committee

Rep. Lauren Davis
Rep. Lauren Davis
Thankful for so much, including a "thanks" very new this year: thankful to the 48,158 people who voted for me to serve them in the Washington State House of Representatives. A most humbling thought and a most enduring gratitude. Can’t wait to get to work on behalf of the wonderful people of the 32nd and individuals and families across our great state!

She has been appointed to the following committees in the state house of representatives:
  • Vice Chair, Public Safety (Adult corrections system, sentencing, diversion, law enforcement, crime prevention)
  • Member of Health Care and Wellness (Physical and behavioral health care, insurance, public health, health promotion)
  • Member of Capital Budget (Public funds for facility construction and repair, including schools, treatment facilities and housing, land acquisition)
  • Member of Rules (Prioritization and scheduling of bills for consideration on the House floor)


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