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"I’m proud to be a voice for commonsense solutions rooted in accountability and results. My priorities remain keeping our communities safe, our economy working for all, and addressing the housing-affordability crisis. 


With your vote, I’ll continue improving public safety, expanding housing and services for our vulnerable neighbors, and protecting reproductive rights here in our state."

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I am committed to ensuring our district remains the best and safest place to live. I have prioritized affordability, safety, and livability through policies and wise investments that strengthen communities and improve mental and physical health across our state.



I was proud to lead the passage of the landmark Move Ahead Washington package of investments — overdue highway safety and maintenance, clean transit expansion, and local roads that work for people as well as cars, including fully funding Highway 18.



In the last two years, Washington has adopted some of the most innovative climate policies in the nation, essential to meet carbon reduction goals and protect our forests, local air quality, and economy. I’m proud of my strong record on climate action.



Bill in the News

The Seattle Times

The Times Recommends: Bill Ramos for 5th Legislative District, Position 1 


His Eastside district includes parts of Issaquah, Maple Valley, Black Diamond and the Snoqualmie Valley. He has a background in forest sciences and biology, and has worked for both the U.S. Forest Service and federal Department of Transportation. He has earned previous Times’ endorsements, in part, for his transportation expertise.

Living Snoqualmie

Move Ahead Washington Transportation Package Funds SR 18 Widening and Snoqualmie Parkway Repaving

On Thursday, March 10, 2022, the State Legislature approved the ambitious Move Ahead Washington transportation package. 


A bill sponsored by a forestry veteran would pay for guidance, grant money and other resources to help cities improve their forests.

A bill sponsored by a forestry veteran would pay for guidance, grant money and other resources to help cities improve their forests.

Issaquah Reporter

Local leaders celebrate funding milestone for State Route 18

Federal, state and local leaders talk about State Route 18 at a roundtable discussion March 23 at Snoqualmie City Hall. From left: Snoqualmie Mayor Katherine Ross, U.S. Rep. Kim Schrier, State Rep. Bill Ramos, Eastside Fire Rescue Assistant Chief Ben Lane. Photo by Conor Wilson/Valley Record



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