Rep Freeman’s Letter to Constituents

Dear friends, neighbors and constituents:

It has been a privilege to serve you in the legislature these past two years. I was able to accomplish many of the goals that I established when I decided to run for State Representative.

I was able to bring 2.6 million dollars back to our district to fund capital projects which directly benefit cities in our district. Two million dollars was awarded to the City of Federal Way to advance development of the Federal Way Performing Arts Center. The City of Milton received $250,000 for the Senior/Activity Center and $225,000 to upgrade and make ADA compliant a facility in the Triangle Park. The City of Algona received $125,000 to help build a community center.

In addition, I was able to pass six legislative bills into law. These bills protect police and firefighters injured in the line of duty, preserve the rights of parents and empower persons with disabilities.

I am proud to say, that in spite of a difficult political climate, my colleagues and I worked together to make important strides for the people of Washington: keeping families safe and healthy, funding education, and encouraging job creation. I am proud of the work I did and look forward to coming back next year to serve as your Advocate.

Sincerely,
Roger Freeman

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