The Washington State Patrol Troopers Association announced its endorsement of Senator Andy Hill for re-election. Hill has been an advocate for public safety in his role as chair of Ways and Means, ensuring the state protects its commitment to those who serve and maintains a high standard of law enforcement.
“I deeply respect the service of our Troopers in keeping our roads and highways safe,” stated Hill. “I appreciate that the law enforcement community trusts my leadership in the Senate the way I trust their service to our state.”
The Washington State Patrol Troopers Association protects and supports the careers of the state’s primary law enforcement agency.
Hill, a PTA dad and soccer coach with deep roots in the community, was first elected in 2010 and is currently Chairman of the Senate Ways and Means Committee and a member of the Senate Early Learning and K-12 Committee. His leadership increased funding for K-12 education, stopped college tuition increases, and provided services for thousands of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Hill is a former Microsoft manager and Harvard Business School graduate. He lives in Redmond with his wife and three children.