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Sen. Andy Hill passes $500,000 fundraising mark

Sen. Andy Hill - Reporter file photo
Sen. Andy Hill
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State Senator Andy Hill has passed the fundraising mark of $500,000 in his campaign for re-election.

“I'm extremely humbled by the amount of support I've received from this community,” Hill said. “My passion for service is resonating with voters and they are showing their support in a dramatic way. I made promises to change the way Olympia works and I'm proud to be recognized for those results.”
Hill began his campaign in May by raising $100,000 at his re-election kickoff and now stands as the first to reach the half million fundraising mark before the primary election. Hill has more than 1,000 individual contributions.
Hill, a PTA dad and soccer coach, was first elected in 2010 and is currently Chairman of the Senate Ways and Means Committee and a member of the Senate Early Learning and K-12 Committee. He lives in Redmond with his wife and three children.

 

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