The official web site of Lt. Governor Brad Owen of Washington state. Site includes news, photos, events, speeches and contact information.
http://www.ltgov.wa.gov/ - Nov 25, 2014 11:33:37 PM - Dec 4, 2004 10:44:21 AM
Lt. Governor Owen, center, welcomed a delegation of educators from Brazil and Washington state on the St. Martins University Campus on Nov. 17. (Photo by Suhyoon Cho for Saint Martins University and Washington State and Rio de Janeiro Conference on Student Exchange).
Former U.S. Ambassador Andrew Young advocates for ID card
Andrew Young, a former member of Congress and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, met with Lt. Governor Owen on Nov. 17 to discuss the idea of caring for the poor through the issuance of a universal identification card, based on a program that is working well in India. From left to right are Brent Pendleton, who coordinates international relations for the lieutenant governor; Wes Anderson, a leadership development specialist from Seattle; Gaurav Kumar, a director with the Andrew Young Foundation; Ambassador Young; Lt. Governor Owen; Pepper Bullock with SafeHarbor Consulting and Ken Camp, the office director for the lieutenant governor.
Zhong Mian, executive vice governor of the Sichuan Province in China, presents Lt. Governor Owen with the gift of an ornate panda print during a visit to the Capitol on Nov. 11. The vice governor and lieutenant governor signed an agreement of understanding that notes the 32-year relationship between the two regions. (Washington State Legislature photo)
Happy 125th Anniversary Washington
Lt. Governor Owen joined Governor Jay and First Lady Trudi Inslee, Secretary of State Kim Wyman and other elected officials at a gala 125th anniversary celebration of Washington in the Capitol Rotunda on Nov. 11. Officiating the ceremony was former Secretary of State Ralph Munro.
A new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Washington state and the Sichuan Province of China calls for “measures to support and encourage” more interaction between the two, especially in areas of trade
Hungary Consul General Laszlo Kalman, visiting from Los Angeles, met with Lt. Governor Owen on Monday in his Olympia office. (Staff photo)November 12, 2014
A new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Washington state and the Sichuan Province of China calls for “measures to support and encourage” more interaction between the two, especially in areas of
Visit by Consul General from Hungary
Hungary Consul General Laszlo Kalman, visiting from Los Angeles, met with Lt. Governor Owen on Monday in his Olympia office. (Staff photo by Jennifer Way)
Korean Food Festival
Lt. Governor Owen and Korean Consul General Moon Duk-ho take a look at displays of Korean food and products during the 3rd Annual Korean Food Festival Oct. 31 in Bellevue. The lieutenant governor spoke at the event, which featured samples of Korean cuisine and cooking demonstrations.
October 31, 2014
A delegation representing the Yakima-Morelia Sister City Association visited with Lt. Governor Owen on Wednesday, Oct. 29. Their visit included lunch with the lieutenant governor and a personal tour of the Senate
Delegation from Mexico
A delegation representing the Yakima-Morelia Sister City Association and officials from Morelia, Mexico visited with Lt. Governor Owen on Oct. 29.
Proceedings from the Oct. 9 meeting of the Legislative Committee on Economic Development and International Relations that examined impacts from the impending closure of the Kinross Buckhorn Gold Mine operation in northeast
Lt. Governor Owen toured Tolmie State Park in Thurston County on Oct. 27 with state parks officials to learn about some of the challenges currently facing the parks system. With the lieutenant governor, from left, are Parks Commissioner Mark Brown, agency Director Don Hoch and Parks Manger Tom Pew. (Courtesy photo).