2014 Campaign Season is Underway!Supporters packed the house at The Mountaineers in Sand Point to help David, and District 46 state representatives Gerry Pollet and Jessyn Farrell kick off the 2014 Campaign.
More funding needed for state educationSen. Frockt and special committee issue report warning warning the state legislature to pick up the pace at directing more money to improve the state’s schools.
Bringing Washington HomeDavid was honored to be recognized as a "Hero for Homes" by the Low Income Housing Alliance for his work on the Fair Tenant Screening Act and the Homeless Childrens Education Act.
- Instead if a 15% cut took place you'd result in 9700 more unserved SNG lengthening time to degree and graduate throughput in higher ed
August 20th 2014 09:55
- In fact what is projected to fully fund State Need Grant is at least $250 million additional the next biennium if we are to meet unserved
August 20th 2014 09:52
The State Legislature appropriated $300,000 for development of a Town Green or Public Gathering Space as part of the Kenmore Village project.
Forty-sixth District Sen. David Frockt and State Rep. Gerry Pollet and Rep. Jessyn Farrell requested the appropriation on behalf of the city. Continue Reading »
Student-driven advocacy organization Graduate Washington has announced its early endorsements for the 2014 election. The organization has endorsed Rep. Gerry Pollet and Sen. David Frockt for their support of higher education policies. Continue Reading »