Pages often express interest in continuing their education and involvement in politics. Here you will find program information and some suggestions to help you participate in local, state, and national politics.
- Contact either Senator Patty Murray (http://murray.senate.gov/) or Senator Maria Cantwell. (http://cantwell.senate.gov/)
- Contact your US Representative. Click here for
a map of Washington State’s Congressional Districts.
- Pages of the United States Congress: Selection, Duties, and Program Administration
- U.S. House Page Program
- U.S. Senate Page Program
- If you are unsure which district you live in, click here to enter your address in the district finder. (http://apps.leg.wa.gov/districtfinder/)
District # U.S. Representative
- Suzan DelBene (http://delbene.house.gov/)
- Rick Larsen (http://larsen.house.gov/)
- Jaime Herrera-Buetler (http://herrerabeutler.house.gov/)
- Doc Hastings (http://hastings.house.gov/)
- Cathy McMorris (http://mcmorris.house.gov/)
- Derek Kilmer (http://kilmer.house.gov/)
- Jim McDermott (http://mcdermott.house.gov/)
- Dave Reichert (http://reichert.house.gov/)
- Adam Smith (http://adamsmith.house.gov/)
- Denny Heck (http://dennyheck.house.gov/
TIPS FOR GETTING INVOLVED
- Volunteer in your community. Volunteer work is a great way to meet other individuals interested in local community issues.
- Become active in your school. Ask your school counselor how you can get involved. Some ideas: run for an office within your ASB, join extra-curricular activities such as the school newspaper, Junior State of America, debate, etc.
- Become active in the elective process. Contact your state representatives or senator and ask how you can get involved.
- Become active in city or local politics.