Thank you for visiting my official Washington State Senate website.Sen. Bruce Dammeier, R-25

Please take a few moments to look around. You will find information on the 25th Legislative District, issues affecting our communities, news releases, e-newsletters and how to contact me.

As you know, our state faces many challenges and difficult choices. I remain focused on the issues that you have told me are most important to you.

  • Preserving and creating jobs;
  • Improving our public schools; and
  • Ensuring a prioritized and accountable state government.

I’m focused on finding long-term, sustainable solutions to strengthen our state for future generations. If state lawmakers can ease the regulatory burden on employers, they can help to preserve and create jobs. By strengthening our economy, our state will have more resources for the priorities such as education and public safety.

As our state continues to address operating budget challenges, it’s vital that the Legislature bring spending in line with revenue.

One of the most important aspects of my job is listening to those I represent. I welcome your e-mails, letters, calls, and visits. While we may not agree on everything, you will always find an open door and an open mind.

It’s an honor to represent the communities that make up the 25th District. Please contact me if I can ever be of assistance.

Sincerely,

Bruce Dammeier

Thank you for visiting! Please contact me with any questions.

Latest News

Senate approves Dammeier bill protecting student privacy, reflects new national concern Senate approves Dammeier bill protecting student privacy, reflects new national concern
OLYMPIA… A bill restricting the way schools can use student palmprints, retina-scans, facial-recognition programs and other biometric information was approved March 4 by the Washington state Senate, reflecting a new national concern with student privacy rights in an era of “Big Data.” Senate Bill 5316, sponsored by state Sen. Bruce...
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Senate passes Dammeier bill protecting vulnerable adults Senate passes Dammeier bill protecting vulnerable adults
OLYMPIA… A bill toughening rules against abuse of vulnerable adults cleared the state Senate March 4 48-0, as sponsor Bruce Dammeier, R-Puyallup called it a continuation of the state’s effort to protect those who are dependent on the care of others. “This bill reflects our concern with the well-being of...
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Senate passes Dammeier bill to keep e-cigarettes, vapor products from children Senate passes Dammeier bill to keep e-cigarettes, vapor products from children
OLYMPIA… A bill aimed at keeping e-cigarettes and vapor products out of the hands of youths passed the state Senate March 3, as the measure’s sponsor, Sen. Bruce Dammeier, R-Puyallup, called it one of the most important child-safety measures approved by lawmakers in recent years. “This bill takes aim at...
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Dammeier bills win approval – boost 3rd grade reading, improve fire-district budgeting Dammeier bills win approval – boost 3rd grade reading, improve fire-district budgeting
OLYMPIA… A pair of bills sponsored by Sen. Bruce Dammeier, R-Puyallup, have cleared the state Senate, boosting Washington’s emphasis on third-grade reading skills and making improvements to fire-district budgeting practices. Senate Bill 5803, approved 39-9 Tuesday, involves parents earlier in the process when their third-grade children are reading below grade...
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