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In this four-page mailer, Rep. Drew MacEwen provides a recap of the 2022 legislative session and shares some wins for the 35th District in the supplemental capital and transportation budgets passed...

May 11, 2022

The $1.5 billion 2022 supplemental capital budget approved by the Legislature this session is set to make further investments in housing, infrastructure, mental health facilities, broadband, and school seismic safety. In...

March 17, 2022

During today's media availability, Rep. Drew MacEwen was asked why House Democrats stopped debate on Senate Bill 5909 (emergency powers) after 20 minutes on Friday. “Apparently they didn't really want to...

March 7, 2022

Rep. Drew MacEwen, R-Union, talks with Jeff Slakey about budgets being adopted by the Legislature and expresses disappointment the majority declined to provide meaningful tax to Washingtonians despite a $15 billion...

March 2, 2022

House Republican Reps. Drew Stokesbary and Drew MacEwen have introduced a bill that would require all state agencies in Washington to cancel their outstanding contracts with Russian companies, and require the...

March 2, 2022

Rep. Drew MacEwen, R-Union, joins Jeff Slakey on KMAS to discuss the future of the Democrats' long-term care program and payroll tax, as well as his legislation that would impose term...

Jan. 21, 2022

Rep. Drew MacEwen, R-Union, joins Jeff Slakey on KMAS to discuss Governor Inslee's State of the State address. He also provides an overview on legislation he's sponsoring this session that would...

Jan. 13, 2022

Rep. MacEwen, R-Union, speaks with KGNW's Tim Gaydos about his effort to pass a constitutional amendment that would place term limits on state legislators and statewide elected officials in Washington. Wash....

Jan. 6, 2022

The 2021 legislative session concluded on Sunday. There were several bipartisan successes that will greatly benefit Washingtonians and communities across our state, and there were a few outcomes in which our...

April 27, 2021

On Saturday, the Washington State Legislature passed the 2021-23 capital budget. The $6.3 billion budget will fund various construction projects throughout the state, making significant investments in water, sewer, and broadband...

April 26, 2021