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Tell Us What YOU Want for the District!

October 1, 2014News Clip

One of the biggest challenges our democracy faces is the communication gap that stands between our representatives and the community. Our campaign is working to close that gap so that the voices of our district are heard across Washington State!

Today you can connect directly with Pramila on the issues that you care about. Make your voice heard by filling out this survey and telling us about your priorities for the 37th district!


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Hate Immigrants? Good Luck with Women Voters

September 23, 2014News ClipFixing our broken immigration system is a crucial part of the struggle for women’s equality

Why did we both get arrested outside the U.S. Capitol last year demanding Congress pass comprehensive immigration reform? Why did Terry join more than 140 other activists outside the White House last week in an act of civil disobedience to demand that President Obama stop deporting workers, parents and children?

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Guest Editorial: To Fix Washington State's Problems, We Need Real Talk on Taxes

September 16, 2014News Clip

I have spent the last several months talking to thousands of people at their doors in Seattle, Skyway, and Renton. I’ve gone to dozens of endorsement interviews—with business and labor, with newspapers like The Seattle Times and The Stranger, with environmental and women’s rights organizations. The good news: we do agree on some big pieces of what we want from state government.

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Pramila Jayapal Romps to Win in Washington Senate Primary

August 19, 2014News Clip

Immigration activist Pramila Jayapal not only won convincingly in the primary for state Senate seat 37 in South Seattle, Washington, Aug. 5, she received more votes than all of her five opponents combined.

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A Democratic star is born in the 37th District

August 7, 2014News Clip

Pramila Jayapal is a candidate with connections, and on Tuesday she connected with 37th District voters.

The former executive director of OneAmerica, the group fighting for immigration reform, took more than 51 percent of the vote in a six-candidate field to succeed retiring state Sen. Adam Kline in the South Seattle district.

She will face college teacher and activist Louis Watanabe in November.

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