May 03, 2024


Due to election-year restrictions in Washington state law, this website will remain accessible but no new content, and no changes to existing content, will be posted to it after May 3, 2024, until the results of the November election are certified.
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February 19, 2024

IN THE NEWS: Legislators from the 39th District take part in Concrete town hall

By Racquel Muncy / Skagit Valley Herald  | Residents of the state’s 39th Legislative District gathered at Concrete Theatre on Saturday for a town hall with Sen. Keith Wagoner and representatives Carolyn Eslick and Sam Low.  …Each of the legislators had an opportunity to speak about what is important to...
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February 13, 2024


Denver Hainstock, a 10th grader from Sedro-Woolley High School, spent a week working as a page for the Washington State Senate at the Capitol in Olympia. Hainstock was one of 16 students who served as a Senate page for the fifth week of the 2024 Legislative session. Hainstock was sponsored...
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January 26, 2024

Wagoner: Another attack on Second Amendment Rights!

If you think the anti-gun people were out of ideas for threatening our 2nd Amendment Right, think again. Senate Bill 5963 would REQUIRE homeowners that own guns have special firearm owner insurance as a rider on your home owners’ policy. I encourage concerned citizens to sign-in and testify on this...
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October 16, 2023

IN THE NEWS: Compass Health Breaks Ground on Intensive Behavioral Health Services Center

By Antoinette Alexander | 425 Business | Oct 16, 2023 Pictured: From left to right: Everett City Councilmember Paula Rhyne, Everett Mayor Cassie Franklin, Compass Health President and CEO Tom Sebastian, Sen. Keith Wagoner, Rep. Julio Cortes, and Compass Health Board Chair Alex de Soto. Compass Health, a provider of...
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October 11, 2023

Flag of Israel flies proudly in front of the Washington state Legislative Building in Olympia.

We strongly urge you to demonstrate Washington’s support for the people of Israel by flying their flag at the state Capitol and directing that all Washington state flags be flown at half-staff. The surprise attack by HAMAS on Saturday, Oct. 7 resulted in the largest loss of Jewish lives in...
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May 15, 2023

On Air: Sen. Keith Wagoner on The Lars Larson Show

Republican Senator Keith Wagoner talks to Lars Larson about legislation that strengthens the hard drug possession law that passed in the state Senate during a special session. Click here to listen now. 
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May 09, 2023

IN THE NEWS: Gov. Inslee signs bill designating January as Americans of Chinese Descent Month in Washington

KIRO TV Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill into law Tuesday designating January as Americans of Chinese Descent Month, making Washington the first state in the country to honor Chinese Americans in such a way. Senate Bill 5000 was sponsored by Sen. Keith Wagoner (R-Sedro Woolley) and was the first...
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April 17, 2023

IN THE NEWS: Compromise calls for honoring Chinese community each January

By Jerry Cornfield | Everett Herald This January, in public schools across Washington, students may spend time learning of the contributions of Chinese-Americans in this state’s history. And achievements of Americans of Chinese descent as well. A bill headed to the governor for signing would designate January as Chinese American/Americans...
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