2014 Champions for Children

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Legacy Leaders

frocktSen. David Frockt (D)
for Senate, 46th District
Representing North Seattle, Lake Forest Park and Kenmore, Frockt serves on the Higher Education and Ways and Means committees. His legislative priorities include fully-funding public education, ensuring health care access for all and protecting environmental resources.
Frockt earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

kohl-wellesSen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles (D)
for Senate, 36th District
Representing Seattle neighborhoods Greenwood, Ballard, Magnolia and Queen Anne, Kohl-Welles serves on Commerce and Labor, Higher Education, Rules and Ways and Means committees. Her legislative priorities include working for economic equity, safety and well-being of children and vulnerable adults, ensuring access to affordable higher education and fully funding public education.
Kohl-Wells earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard

choppRep. Frank Chopp (D)
for House, 43rd District
Representing Seattle neighborhoods Fremont, University District, Capital Hill and Madison Park, Chopp chairs the Rules Committee. His legislative priorities include closing tax loopholes, developing new sources to fund public education, access to higher education and health care for all, increasing funding for mental health treatment and affordable housing.
Chopp earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Rep. Ruth Kagi, D-32Rep. Ruth Kagi (D)
for House, 32nd District
Representing Shoreline, Broadview and Lynnwood, Kagi serves on Appropriation, Early Learning and Human Services, Environment and Subcommittee on Health and Human Services committees. Her legislative priorities include fully-funding public education, supporting early learning.
Kagi earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

pettigrewRep. Eric Pettigrew (D)
for House, 37th District
Representing Renton and Seattle neighborhoods of Madrona, Mt. Baker, Seward Park and Rainer Valley, Pettigrew serves on Agriculture and Natural Resources, Appropriations, Public Safety, Rules and Subcommittee on Education committees. His legislative priorities include supporting public education, expanding economic opportunities and protecting the safety net for children and working families.
Pettigrew earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

carlyleRep. Reuven Carlyle (D)
for House, 36th District
Representing Seattle neighborhoods of Ballard, Magnolia and Queen Anne, Carlyle serves on Appropriations, Finance, Government Operations and Elections and Subcommittee on Education committees. His legislative priorities includes improving support for children in the foster care system, increasing the use of technology in education, improving transportation and public infrastructure.
Carlyle earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Rep. Ross Hunter, D-48Rep. Ross Hunter (D)
for House, 48th District
Representing Redmond, Medina, Yarrow Point and NW Bellevue, Hunter chairs the Appropriations Committee. His legislative priorities include ensuring a balanced budget, funding public education and job creation.
Hunter earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

hillSen. Andy Hill (R)
for Senate, 45th District
Representing Redmond, Duvall, Kirkland, Sammamish and Woodinville, Hill serves on Early Learning and K-12 Education and Ways and Means committees. His legislative priorities include early education, sustainable legislative budgets and funding transportation and infrastructure.
Hill earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

fainSen. Joe Fain (R)
for Senate, 47th District
Representing Auburn, Black Diamond, Covington, Kent and Maple Valley, Fain serves on Early Learning and K-12 Education, Financial Institutions, Housing and Insurance, Rules and Transportation committees. His legislative priorities include investing in education, job creation and creating a balanced budget.
Fain earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

keiserSen. Karen Keiser (D)
for Senate, 33rd Distric
Representing Des Moines, Sea Tac, Normandy Park and Kent, Keiser serves on the Health Care and Ways and Means committees. Her legislative priorities include funding educational opportunities from preschool through college, affordable accessible health care and economic safety net for working families.
Keiser earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

parkerRep. Kevin Parker (R)
for House, 6th District
Representing Spokane, Parker serves on Appropriations, Business and Financial Services, Education and Subcommittee on General Government committees. His legislative priorities include funding public education, accessible and affordable health insurance, economic development and improving transportation.
Parker earned 80 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

robinsonRep. June Robinson (D)
for House, 38th District
Representing Everett, Marysville and Tulalip, Robinson serves on Capital Budget, Community Development, Housing and Tribal Affairs, and Government Operations and Election committees. Her legislative priorities include fully-funding public education, job creation and investments in public projects including transportation and parks.
Robinson earned percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Priority Race Candidates

Rep. Cyrus Habib (D)habib
for Senate, 48th District
Representing Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Medina, Clyde Hill and the Points since 2012, Habib has served as vice chair of the Legislative Committee on Technology and Economic Development and member of the Business and Financial Services and Transportation committees.
Habib earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Rep. Dawn Morrell (D)morrell
for House, 25th District
Representing Puyallup, Morrell serves on the Appropriations, Health Care and Wellness, Subcommittee on Health and Human Services and Technology and Economic Development committees. Her legislative priorities include supporting vital investments in education, strengthening the business climate to create living-wage jobs and making affordable, quality health care available to every Washington resident.
Morrell earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard

Rep. Eileen Cody (D)cody
for House, 34th District
Representing West Seattle and Vashon Island, Cody serves on the Appropriations, Health Care and Wellness and Subcommittee on Health and Human Services committees. Cody names achieving affordable, quality healthcare for every Washington resident a legislative priority.
Cody earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Rep. Judy Clibborn (D)clibborn
for House, 41st District
Representing Sammamish, Mercer Island, Renton, Newcastle, Bellevue, Clibborn serves on the Health Care and Wellness and Transportation committees. her legislative priorities include increasing job opportunities for working families, ensuring adequate healthcare coverage is available to all Washington residents.
Clibborn earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Rep. Hans Dunshee (D)dunshee
for House, 44th District
Representing Snohomish, Lake Stevens, Silver Lake and Mill Creek, Dunshee serves on the Agriculture and Natural Resources, Appropriations, Capital Budget and Subcommittee on General Government committees. His legislative priorities are reducing state dependence on foreign oil sources, establishing an institution of higher education in Snohomish County and protecting clean air and water resources.
Dunshee earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Rep. Tana Senn (D)senn
for House, 41st District
Representing Sammamish, Mercer Island, Renton, Newcastle, Bellevue, Senn serves on the Capital Budget, Early Learning and Human Services and Environment committees. Her legislative priorities include supporting education, promoting economic development, improving transportation infrastructure and transit services and environmental protection. Senn was a prime sponsor of HB 2519, concerning early education for children involved in the child welfare system.
She earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Rep. Roger Freeman (D)freeman
for House, 30th District
Representing Federal Way, Freeman serves on the Early Learning and Human Services, Technology and Economic Development and transportation committees. His legislative priorities include streamlining government operation and protecting services for disadvantaged populations.
Freeman earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Rep. Pat Sullivan (D)sullivan
for House, 47th District
Representing Covington, Auburn and East Hill-Meridian, Sullivan serves on the Appropriations, Rules and Subcommittee on Education committees. Sullivan’s legislative priorities include investing in education, promoting well paying jobs with benefits and affordable healthcare.
He earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

schlicherNathan Schlicher (D)
for House, 26th District
A candidate to represent Port Orchard, Schlicher is a former member of the WA State Senate in 2013 during which he served on the Health Care, Trade and Economic Development and Transportation committees. His legislative priorities are ensuring quality healthcare, full funding for Washington K-12 education, early education and higher education institutions.

Shari Song (D)song
for Senate 30th
A candidate to represent Federal Way, Song is a businesswomen and community leader. Her legislative priorities are promoting living-way jobs, improving transportation, equal pay for women in the workplace and employment and education opportunities for veterans.

Sen. Sharon Nelson (D)nelson
for Senate, 34th District
Representing Burien, North Highline, Vashon and Maury Island and West Seattle, Nelson is the minority leader in the WA State Senate and serves on the Financial Institution Housing and Insurance and Rules committees. Her legislative priorities are environmental protection, improving transportation, supporting affordable housing and living-wage jobs and helping people experiencing homelessness/working to end homelessness in Washington.
Nelson earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Rep. Lillian Ortiz-Self (D)ortiz-self
for House, 21st District
Representing Mukilteo, Picnic Point, North Lynnwood and Edmunds, Ortiz-Self serves on the Early Learning and Human Services, Environment and Transportation committees. Her legislative priorities include funding education, protecting the safety net for vulnerable populations, improving transportation and improving public safety.
Ortiz-Self earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Rep. Roger Goodman (D)goodman
for House, 45th District
Representing Woodinville, Cottage Lake, Kirkland, Union Hill and Novelty Hill, Sammamish, Goodman serves on the Early Learning and Human Services, Judiciary and Public Safety committees. His legislative accomplishments include championing early learning, helping Children’s Hospital expand, several bills that help reduce harm from domestic violence and bills that help to hold drunk drivers accountable.
Goodman earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Rep. Larry Seaquist (D)seaquest
for House, 26th District
Representing Port Orchard, Gig Harbor, Artondale and Longbranch, Seaquist serves on the Appropriations, Education, Higher Education and Subcommittee on Education. His legislative priorities include fully funding education, lowering costs of college education and easing burden of student debt.
Seaquist earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Rep. Monica Stonier (D)stonier
for House, 17th District
Representing Orchards, Brush Prairie, Mt. Vista, Mill Plain and Cascade Park East, Stonier serves on the Capital Budget, Education and Technology and Economic Development. Her legislative priorities are creating jobs, economy development, protecting taxpayers and education.
Stonier earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Rep. Maureen Walsh (R)walsh
for House, 16th District
Representing Walla Walla, Walsh serves on the Early Learning and Human Services, Higher Education and Technology and Economic Development committees. Her legislative priorities include supporting job growth, addressing agriculture and water needs, making healthcare more affordable, preparing students for a changing economy, supporting early learning programs and expanding early education opportunities to rural areas.
Walsh earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Rep. Cathy Dahlquist (R)dahlquist
for Senate, 31st District
Representing Sumner, Bonney Lake, Buckley, Enumclaw and Prairie Ridge, Dahlquist serves on the Rules and Technology and Economic Development committees. Her legislative priorities include long-term pension reforms, expanded and affordable healthcare benefits for school employees.
Dahlquist earned 83 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Chris Barringer (D)barringer
for House, 47th District
A candidate to represent East Hill-Meridian, Covington, Lake morton-Berrydale, Lea Hill and Auburn, Barringer has worked as chief of staff in the King County Sheriff’s office and at the King county Council. His legislative priorities include funding education, protecting public safety and improving transportation infrastructure.

Rep. Kathy Haigh (D)haigh
for House, 35th District
Representing Belfair, Shelton, Seabeck and Union, Haigh serves on the Agriculture and Natural Resources, Appropriation, Education and Subcommittee on Education. Her legislative priorities include education, early childhood education, government efficiency and economic development.
Haigh earned 100 percent on the 2014 CCF scorecard.

Mike Wilson (D)wilson
for House, 44th District
A candidate to represent Snohomish, Lake Stevens, Silver Lake and Mill Creek, Wilson has been a teacher in Snohomish County for 35th years. His legislative priorities include making education a priority, creating jobs, honoring and supporting veterans and improving transportation.