Mary Margaret is a Former Washington Sate Senator, who’s family has a long history with Camano Island. She has done so much for this island, and Camano Island would not be what it is today without her.
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Key Points of Interest:
- What made her decide to move for the senate?
- What committee did she become the chairman of?
- What is a Ranking Minority?
- Is the legislative full-time or Part-time?
- What issues does this cause?
- What was Mary Margaret’s starting salary as a Senator?
- How did Mary assist in getting Camano Commons built?
- What were the other projects that she assisted on here on Camano?
- Which project took 17 years to get it across the line?
- What was one of her other large projects that we cross every day?
- As well as what public transportation did she get approved for Stanwood?
- What ferry path was also saved by her while in office?
- How does she see politics has changed since her time in office?
- What does she think about everything becoming a partisan issue?
- What is the rule of 13 in the Senate?
- Of the 5 governor’s she served under, which was her favorite to serve under?
- What do women offer in the legislator as opposed to men from her perspective?
- How does she see how the legislative has dealt with COVID?
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