My desire to serve for the common good stems from a firm belief that democracy and the rule of law, not politics and special interests, are what make our county great.
We are so fortunate to live in a country where citizens can participate in their government and I want to keep it that way. I had the honor of serving as an Island County Commissioner during the Great Recession. My guiding principals were to make it easy for people to engage in local government and to provide them with accurate information.
My most enjoyable civic experiences include participating in the democratic process: while messy at times, it is truly remarkable to engage in decisions made by collective input, negotiation, and compromise.
Volunteering in my community and serving as an elected official representing citizens at the local level, and on state and national boards and committees, has equipped me with the experience and proven track record needed to serve as your state representative.
If I am elected to represent the people of the 10th legislative district, I will work with fellow legislators to adopt policies that serve in the interests of the many over the pockets of the few. People often ask me what my top three priorities are. I have fourteen (see my priorities page). I find that all issues are connected and a comprehensive approach is required to resolve any one. That said, we clearly have some very pressing issues that rise to the top including, but not limited to: affordable housing and housing the homeless, public and mental healthcare, and environmental protections and action to reduce climate change.
I ask for your vote for the 10th Legislative District (LD) Representative position (1). In Olympia I will work for you, the people.
Angie's family: Jerry, Angie, Wyatt, Kira
Angie Homola Cell/Text: (360) 632-3016