Serving the communities of Puyallup, South Hill, Summit View, Sumner, Edgewood, Milton, and Pacific.
Hans Zeiger is working to advance public safety, more local jobs, and restoration for our neighbors who are homeless.
Zeiger previously served in the Washington State Legislature for a decade. In the State House of Representatives, he worked to secure funding to complete state Route 167. He gained a reputation as a bipartisan collaborator, being named by the National Institute for Civil Discourse as co-recipient of the Gabrielle Giffords Award for Civility in State Governance in 2015. In the Senate, he chaired the Senate Early Learning and K-12 Education Committee, co-chaired a task force on poverty reduction, and worked to tackle the homelessness crisis as ranking member on the Housing Stability and Affordability Committee.
Zeiger served in the Washington Air National Guard. He was previously a Leadership Fellow of the Henry M. Jackson Foundation and a Rodel Fellow of the Aspen Institute.