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Have you ever felt like you were less significant than the people around you? I have. Back in sixth and seventh grade, I was living in Ohio, which is a lot different than living in Washington, and I was a skater. My hair was long, my shirts were all ripped, my jeans were tight and I got made fun of constantly. There was even this kid that was just like me just without the long hair and he called me names.
Community Events, November 2014
Do Puget Sound Energy (PSE) customers want to be stuck paying hundreds of millions of dollars for “Energize Eastside” over the next 40 years when it has a stated usable life of only about 15 years?
Voters in the 48th Legislative District are fortunate to have the opportunity to elect Rep. Cyrus Habib to serve us in the state Senate.
Matt Isenhower is the best choice for the 45th District state Senate. He knows this community. He was raised right here in Sammamish and went to Redmond High (unlike his opponent, who only came here to make money).
I spent 18 years on the Redmond City Council and during that time I have come to realize just how critical the relationship between state government and local government really is. Virtually all powers of cities in Washington are derived from the state Legislature.