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13th District Virtual Town Hall | Sen. Judy Warnick, Reps. Tom Dent and Alex Ybarra
Sen. Judy Warnick and Reps. Tom Dent and Alex Ybarra invite constituents from the 13th District to join them for a one-hour virtual town hall meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 6 - 7 p.m.

Feb 8, 2023 06:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Sen. Judy Warnick
Republican Caucus Chair @13th Legislative District
Judy served eight years in the House of Representatives and began her first four-year term as state Senator in 2015. She represents the 13th Legislative District, which includes Kittitas, Grant, and part of Yakima County. She was reelected as the Senate Republican Caucus Chair in 2022. Judy has received numerous awards for her work on small business and agriculture issues. Judy grew up on a dairy farm in Deer Park. She and her husband, Roy, live in Moses Lake, where they operate a small business and own a family farm. They have three grown daughters and eight grandchildren.
Rep. Tom Dent
House Republican Caucus @13th Legislative District
Sworn into office in 2015, Tom represents the 13th District, which includes Kittitas County, as well as parts of Grant and Yakima counties. He currently serves on the Human Services, Youth and Early Learning Committee, the Transportation Committee and is the ranking member on the Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee. Tom also serves on several special legislative committees and caucuses. His legislative priorities include wildfire prevention through improving forest health, and increasing our initial attack resources for fire suppression; agriculture issues including promoting increased trade, protecting pesticide use and water resource management; and as a career aviation professional the protection and expansion of our aviation infrastructure and increased aviation workforce training.
Rep. Alex Ybarra
House Republican Caucus @13th Legislative District
Alex's legislative priorities include protecting taxpayers, amply funding schools, creating more family-wage jobs, finding solutions to water issues, and supporting agriculture. He is a powerful advocate for economic growth and wants to see more doors of opportunity opened to the residents of the communities he serves. Alex has worked on several legislative task forces and state commissions, including his 2016 appointment by the governor to the state commission on Hispanic Affairs. Active in his community, Alex is the former director of the Quincy School Board and also served as the vice president of the Washington State School Directors Association.