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September 22, 2022


Register to vote and ensure that you can participate in the upcoming midterm elections. Let your voice be reflected in our government and easily register online today.

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

September 20th was National Voter Registration Day! If you have not already done so, be sure to take the time to register or update your voter registration and remind your friends and family to do the same. Voting is the foundation of our democracy, and your voice should be heard. You can make a difference in your community by participating in midterm elections, which are just six weeks away. You can register online at, mail a paper form, or register in person at King County Elections. More information is available from King County Elections here.                                                              

This week’s enews is slightly abbreviated, as I’m wrapping up a busy week in D.C. I look forward to providing more updates in the next enews. As always, I would like to hear from you. You can call me at 206-477-1004 or you can reach me by email at  

All the best and I hope you are staying safe.