Liz Lovelett - In the News


“I’m not afraid of having difficult conversations,” Lovelett said in remarks before the vote, which was streamed live online from Mount Vernon. “I have the unique ability to build consensus.”
— Tacoma News Tribune

County councils select city council member to
40th District state senator

Tacoma News Tribune

“Liz Lovelett, a Democrat, was named to the Senate on Tuesday at a special joint session of the boards and councils of Whatcom, Skagit and San Juan counties, which make up the 40th District.” Read More



Locals join Women’s March, call for action

GoSkagit.com
”The national Women’s March has been criticized because some feel it expresses only the causes of white women, Anacortes Councilwoman Liz Lovelett said in her speech to the assembled group. About 300 women, men and children attended the event, organizers said.” Read More


Democrats working to Replace Sen. Ranker

GoSkagit.com

“As of Monday afternoon, at least four candidates had made public their interest in the seat: former state Rep. Kristine Lytton, Whatcom County Councilman Rud Browne, Anacortes City Councilwoman Liz Lovelett and San Juan County Councilman Jamie Stephens.” Read more


About 1,500 march through Anacortes for equality, change

GoSkagit.com

“City Councilwoman Liz Lovelett said one of the best things to come out of the past year is that people who have been oppressed or targeted are running for office and winning. People are stepping up and taking part in government and in elections for the first time, and their voices are being heard loud and clear, she said.” Read More


Anacortes Forum Will Focus On Oil Train Safety, Emergency Response

KNKX.com

“Liz Lovelett is a member of the Anacortes city council and one of the organizers of the forum. She says after she got elected a year and a half ago, it became clear that lots of people were worried about the proximity of trains full of flammable materials.” Read More


Bracing for Bakken
Shell vs Skagit in Superior Court

Cascadia Weekly

“Lovelett and Walters organized the forum in hopes of increasing the community’s knowledge about the threat of derailment, explosion, fire and water pollution and what, if anything, can be done about it.” Read More


City councilors work with regional group for safe oil trains

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Strategic plan focuses on affordable housing issues

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