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

Collaborative effort in Pierce County would expand dual credit opportunities
Senate K-12 Education Committee meets for a work session, January 15, 2015.
Collaborative effort in Pierce County would expand dual credit opportunities
While Washington has been a national leader for high school students earning college credit, a proposal developed by Sen. Bruce Dammeier and the Puyallup School District would expand dual credit opportunities. The bill received a public hearing during Thursday’s Senate Early Learning and K-12 Education Committee meeting. “Students earning college...
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Join me for telephone town-hall meeting Jan. 8 Join me for telephone town-hall meeting Jan. 8
Sen. Bruce Dammeier will host a telephone town-hall meeting at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 8 and he invites all 25th District residents to participate. The hour-long conversation is much like an interactive radio program and participants are encouraged to ask questions directly to the senator or just listen to the conversation about state...
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Franklin Pierce schools honor Dammeier’s community leadership
Franklin Pierce School District Superintendent Frank Hewins presents Sen. Bruce Dammeier with the Community Leadership Award.
Franklin Pierce schools honor Dammeier’s community leadership
Sen. Bruce Dammeier was honored on Friday by the Franklin Pierce School District with its Community Leadership Award through the Washington Association of School Administrators. Dammeier, who serves as vice-chair of the Senate Early Learning and K-12 Education Committee, was recognized for focusing on and advocating for K-12 education as...
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Dammeier bill provides funding, flexibility and higher expectations
Dammeier bill provides funding, flexibility and higher expectations
Increased graduation requirements means better outcomes for students Governor Inslee signed Senate Bill 6552 into law which increases the number of credits required to graduate high school. The law directs the State Board of Education to develop rules regarding the changes for students who will be required to have at...
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