GET TO KNOW Curtis King

Senator King pictured with his wife and family. 

Full District 14 Legislative Session Accomplishments

9 bills passed the Senate, 7 went to the Governor + 3 House companion bills

Local Projects Funded in Supplemental Capital Budget:

    • Bringing It Home II 24-Hour Domestic Violence Shelter ($8.72M)
    • Perry Technical Institute Electrical Program ($5m)
    • West Klickitat Assisted Living Facility ($3m)
    • Triumph Mental Health Treatment Center ($2.5m)
    • Wishram School District Portable Buildings ($975k)
    • Yakama Nation Detox Center ($900k)
    • Yakima Drop-In Center ($800k)
    • Kittitas Valley Hospital Hydrogen Storage System ($300k)
    • Yakima Valley Crime Lab Facility ($200k)
    • Swan Graphics Equipment & Furnishings ($108k)
    • Filipino American Community of Yakima Valley Building ($103k)
    • Mountain View Grange Improvements ($100k)
    • Columbia Grange #87 Improvements ($25k)
    • School Modernization Grants for Glenwood School District ($35k) and Goldendale School District ($32k)


Supplemental Transportation Budget

    • $100m for maintenance and $31m for public safety, including additional WASP cadet classes, DUI enforcement grants, wrong-way driver prevention.
    • Columbia River Bridge replacement between White Salmon and Hood River.
    • Underpass for State Route 14 in Bingen.
    • Pedestrian and bicycle paths in West Yakima and White Salmon.
    • Repair of State Route 241 bridge in Mabton.
    • I-82 economic development improvements between Yakima and Union Gap.


Initiatives Sent to Legislature by Voters:

    • Restore the ability of WA police officers to engage in vehicular pursuits of suspects.
    • Give parents the right to review K-12 instructional materials and require parental notification of school-provided medical services.
    • Ban any state or local income tax.