A candidate for State Representative Pos. 2, Legislative District 48 in the 2010 Washington General Election
Elected Experience: State Representative 2006-present. Service on Transportation, Ecology, Technology (TEC) Committees. Kirkland City Council, 1994-99, Mayor – 1996-97. Member, Seattle-King County Public Health Board, Jail Advisory Committee, other regional groups.
Other Professional Experience: Executive director Suburban Cities Association, 1999-2004, representing 37 King County cities with a population of over 800,000, facilitating agreements among local governments on a variety of issues, including housing, water quality, jail services and salmon habitat restoration.
Education: Juris Doctorate, UNC School of Law, 1979. BS, Journalism, West Virginia University, 1976.
Community Service: Founding board member Eastside Domestic Violence Program; Washington Appleseed, Kirkland Alliance of Neighborhoods.
Statement: Deb Eddy is a proven, effective representative.
Deb is an independent leader on issues that matter: creating jobs, investing in quality schools, defending the vulnerable and protecting our environment. A recognized transportation leader, she was instrumental in moving the SR 520 bridge replacement plan into action. A mother and grandmother, Deb understands the challenges facing families and works for smart, bipartisan solutions that improve our economy and quality of life. Known for sharp analysis and tough questions, she is an outspoken moderate demanding more accountability and transparency in the budget. Let's keep Deb working for responsible government in Olympia.