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Mia has represented the 33rd Legislative District since 2013. In her time as a lawmaker, she has taken the voice of her community to fight for policies that protect the rights of tenants to stay housed, address the disparity in internet access and device acquisition, and tackle the food insecurity crisis in Washington state. Mia championed a bill that established our nation’s very first Office of Equity, to ensure that our state agencies are being held accountable when it comes to addressing diversity and inclusion. 


Mia currently serves as the Vice-Chair of the State Appropriations Committees helping to manage the State budget and establish priorities for spending.


Mia spends much of her time visiting constituents, community based groups, and business partners to learn about regional and local issues. She enjoys hiking, biking, and empowering local food entrepreneurs.

Mia’s family has lived in South King County for four generations. She attended public school in the Highline and Tukwila School Districts, graduating from Foster High School. Her daughter, Alexis, lives in Portland, Oregon.

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