DEBRA STANDS WITH THE 40TH
Debra is committed to each individual and family who are impacted by decisions made
by elected officials from Olympia to Washington, DC. Check out Debra's foundational principles below to learn more about her plan to stand with the communities of the
Advocates for progressive solutions.
Throughout her public service experience, Debra proved that
she can remove barriers to find impactful,
Protects our environment.
Debra supports environmental best practices to protect the Salish Sea and its resources.
Partners for success.
Debra has an established record and reputation. She builds coalitions and brings people to the table where every
person can be heard.
Rolls up her sleeves with community peers.
Grounded in the values of the 40th District, Debra works
to support our priorities. She removes barriers and
Debra’s experience has prepared her to build on past success to benefit all of our citizens. From education to fiscal support and our shared environment, Debra is a candidate who will respectfully and consistently represent you.
years serving the 40th district, washington state,
tribal communities locally and nationally.
We are the 40th.
"I am committed to the strength of our communities and believe we all have a role to help this place be sustainable. We are the people of the Salish Sea, whether we call ourselves environmentalists, business and industry leaders, farmers, fishermen, grandmothers or advocates. I believe we live in the most beautiful district in Washington, from the lakes and mountains of Whatcom County to the powerful rivers of the Skagit, to the islands of the Salish Sea. We all walk the shores here. I look forward to meeting with you and hearing your ideas for how we make this district and our communities even better."
- Debra Lekanoff
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