Patty Murray


Lifelong Advocate

Patty Murray graduated from Washington State University with a degree in physical education. She worked as a preschool teacher and, later, as a parenting teacher at Shoreline Community College. A longtime advocate for environmental and education issues, Murray served in the State Senate before being elected as a U.S. Senator.

Dedication To The People

As a senior Senator, Murray has championed budget issues, transportation, port security, veterans, healthcare, and has advocated for women. She is known for her sensible and calm demeanor partnered with her hard-working grit. She is committed to protecting voting rights and knows that passing the For the People Act is a top priority.

A Fair Voice In The Senate

Murray believes strong federal voting rights legislation is crucial to ensuring our democracy stays fair and representative. She has been a consistent advocate for definitive action on these issues, which is why she supports the For the People Act and the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.

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