“As one of the newest members of the House, Rep. Teri Hickel has a wealth of experience at the local level that puts her uniquely in touch with how additional state regulations impact job creation in communities of all sizes,” said AWB President Kris Johnson. “We need more lawmakers who see the entire picture, not just the view from Olympia.”
It has been a privilege serving you in the state legislature and I want to make sure you don’t misunderstand my opponent’s negative comments.
I have lived in this community 27 years, raised my family, and have worked hard to pass multiple school levies and bonds, and have been given the key to the city of Federal Way for my community involvement. I’ve fought for our families here at home and in Olympia, and I will always do so as your state representative. I have received the endorsement of Washington Council of Police and Sheriffs and the Federal Way Police Guild.
My opponent is saying that I don’t support families, students, and voted against oversight for predatory student loans. None of this true. These are underhanded tactics used by powerful special interest groups from Seattle who want to create a state income tax, and the only way they can do that is by helping my opponent get elected.
So please understand that these claims are politically motivated and are not truthful. I will answer any questions you have, just send me a message on my contact page.