The official web site of Lt. Governor Brad Owen of Washington state. Site includes news, photos, events, speeches and contact information.
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Twelves in Senate
The Senate chamber is festooned with 12th Man flags today in support of the Seattle Seahawks as they take on the New England Patriots in Arizona Sunday for Super Bowl XLIX.
Lt. Governor Owen puts up fine Washington wine, salmon and apples in friendly wager on Super Bowl outcome with counterpart in MassachusettsJanuary 28, 2015
Lt. Governor Brad Owen is “all in” for Super Bowl XLIX, relaxing the formal dress code on the Senate floor this week in favor of Seattle Seahawks attire and putting up a friendly wager with his counterpart in
Lt. Governor Owen presents to a class of pages at the week long page school for students aged 14-16. He answered their questions about legislation, international relations, and presiding over the Senate. For more information on becoming a page, click the title.
Go Pack Go? Heck no!
With the Seahawks defeating the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship playoff, Lt. Governor Owen received cheese, brats, and beer from Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch of Wisconsin.
Youth Action Day in Olympia
Lt. Governor Owen speaks to members of the Legislative Youth Advisory Council and dozens of other young people during a Youth Action Day in the state capital on Jan. 26. Here the lieutenant governor listens to a student question following his remarks to the group.
UW Pharmacy Students Learn from Lt. Governor
Donned in their white smocks, pharmacy students from the University of Washington spent a day at the Capitol on Jan. 26 to learn legislative processes. Lt. Governor Owen was invited to present his perspectives on legislative effectiveness.
January 26, 2015
Reina Almon, a senior at Eastern Washington University with plans to go on to law school this fall, has joined the Office of Lt. Governor as our intern for the legislative session.
Lt. Governor Owen joined members of the Boys and Girls Club of Washington, Big Sisters and Big Brothers and Mentoring Works Washington at a Jan. 19 rally for National Mentoring Month in the Capitol Rotunda. Gov. Jay Inslee issued a proclamation, which Lt. Gov. Owen read as part of his remarks.
Rabbi Zalman Heber with the Chabad of Pierce County gave the opening prayer on the Jan. 21 session of the Senate. (Washington Legislature photo)
Lt. Governor Owen with Ricky, 12, of Tacoma, after listening to the gubernatorial proclamation of January as National Mentoring Month.
January 22, 2015
A crowd of students across the state gathered in the rotunda Monday morning in honor of National Mentoring Month Advocacy Day, put on by Mentoring Works Washington (MWW). The mission of MWW
Lt. Governor Owen joined members of the Boys and Girls Club of Washington, Big Sisters and Big Brothers and MentoringWorks Washington at a Jan. 19 rally for National Mentoring Month in the Capitol Rotunda. Gov. Jay Inslee issued a proclamation, which Lt. Gov. Owen read as part of his remarks.
Lt. Governor Owen spoke to participants of Leadership Clark County on Jan. 21. Program graduates are taught community development and leadership skills, with the curriculum including a day in Olympia. The lieutenant governor spoke about his office responsibilities, leadership and his views on legislative effectiveness.January 21, 2015
Christina Pennella of Olympia served as a page in the Washington State Senate during the week of Jan. 12. Lt. Gov. Brad Owen sponsored Christina’s weeklong experience in the Legislature. “It was a pleasure