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 is 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

A final e-newsletter and some heartfelt thoughts A final e-newsletter and some heartfelt thoughts
This e-newsletter was distributed to Sen. Dammeier’s subscribers on April 28, 2016. At long last, we have come to an important milestone in my service to the people of the 25th Legislative District. As many of you know, I will not be seeking re-election to my seat in the Washington...
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Vaping bill becomes law; homelessness a top concern Vaping bill becomes law; homelessness a top concern
This newsletter was distributed to Sen. Dammeier’s subscribers April 22, 2016. To sign up for Sen. Dammeier’s newsletter, click here. After three sessions of work, Washington state finally has a policy on e-cigarette vapor products that makes sense for children, teen-agers and adults. Gov. Jay Inslee Tuesday signed Senate Bill...
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Dammeier’s e-cigarette bill becomes law Dammeier’s e-cigarette bill becomes law
OLYMPIA – A measure reflecting three sessions of work on the e-cigarette issue by Sen. Bruce Dammeier, R-Puyallup, was signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Jay Inslee. Senate Bill 6328 imposes common-sense rules designed to keep e-cigarettes and vapor products out of the hands of young people, yet prevents punitive...
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Legislature passes supplemental capital budget, includes funding for Riverwalk Trail extension Legislature passes supplemental capital budget, includes funding for Riverwalk Trail extension
Before adjournment on Tuesday, the Washington State Legislature passed a strong, bipartisan supplemental capital budget that included $500,000 to extend the Riverwalk Trail. The funding will go toward design and construction of a 12-foot-wide path through the City of Puyallup’s recently acquired Van Lierop property. Lawmakers from the 25th Legislative...
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The good, bad and ugly of the 2016 legislative session The good, bad and ugly of the 2016 legislative session
This newsletter was distributed to Sen. Dammeier’s subscribers March 31, 2016. To sign up for Sen. Dammeier’s newsletter, click here. Our 2016 legislative session ended Tuesday night – and for me, it was a capstone to an eight-year career in the House and Senate. This was my final session, though...
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25th District lawmakers to host community meeting on homelessness 25th District lawmakers to host community meeting on homelessness
Lawmakers from the 25th Legislative District will host a community meeting Thursday, April 7th in Puyallup on the issue of homelessness. The community meeting will address specific concerns that have been raised in Puyallup and Pierce County. The meeting is set for 7 p.m. at the Pioneer Park Pavilion, 330...
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