State Senate, WA-14

Maria Beltran

ON THE ISSUES 

  • Will fight to protect the climate while running against an opponent of the Climate Commitment Act
  • Will work to ensure everyone has access to clean air and drinkable water

 

 

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WHY THIS RACE MATTERS

  • If elected, she would be the first Democratic Latina Senator from Eastern Washington
  • Flipping this seat will help expand the pro-environment majority in the State Senate, making it easier to pass climate legislation at the state level in Washington

CANDIDATE BACKGROUND 

 

Maria Beltran is running to represent the newly drawn 14th Legislative District in the Washington State Senate. She is a first generation Washingtonian, born and raised in Yakima. Maria is the proud daughter of Mexican immigrants. Her parents are union members and agricultural workers who taught her the values of community, hard work, and perseverance. She has devoted her career to community organizing and public advocacy. Maria is running for State Senate to ensure everyone has access to clean air and drinkable water. She supports efforts to grow our clean energy economy, address environmental justice and climate change. If elected, she would be the first Democratic Latina Senator from Eastern Washington.


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