Brian Hatfield

Brian Hatfield DEMDemocrat

American politician

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Brian HatfieldDEMDemocrat American politician
56
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18
Years of Experience
WAResidence (state)

Brian Allen Hatfield (born July 8, 1966) served in the Washington State Senate and the Washington State House of Representatives, representing the 19th Legislative District, a district that includes Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Pacific, Lewis and Wahkiakum Counties. After serving ten years in the Washington State House of Representatives(1994–2004), Hatfield resigned in 2004 to work full-time for Lieutenant Governor Brad Owen. He was appointed in 2006 to the Senate to replace Mark Doumit. He received 73.89% of the vote in the 2007 special election and was re-elected, without opposition, to a four-year term in 2008. In the Senate, Hatfield chaired the Agriculture, Water & Rural Economic Development Committee and serves on the Economic Development, Trade & Innovation Committee and the Ways & Means Committee. On September 1, 2015, Hatfield resigned to serve as Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s sector lead for forest products.

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Education4 - 4 of 2
Washington State University
BA Public Administration
1989
Grays Harbor College
AA Political Science
1987
Past Positions1 - 7 of 7
Senator
Washington State Senate
2007 - 2015
Experience
Washington State Senate
Representative
Washington State House of Representatives
1994 - 2004
Experience
Washington House of Representatives
Liaison
Legislative and Community Relations, Washington State Lieutenant Governor Brad Owen
2004 - 2006
Legislative Assistant
Washington State Senator Arlie DeJarnatt
1989 - 1994
Legislative Assistant
Washington State Senate Senator Sid Snyder
1989 - 1994
Other Experience1 - 15 of 15
Member
New Life Fellowship
Current
Chair
19th District Democratic Party
1990 - 1994
Member
Raymond Kiwanis
Member
Raymond Elks
Member
Lower Columbia Community Action Council
Member
Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition
Member
Municipal Corporations and Local Government Finance Committee
2015
Member
Legislative Council on River Governance Committee, Council of State Government
2015
Member
Joint Select Committee on Junior Taxing Districts
2015
Member
Community Economic Revitalization Board
2007 - Current
Member
Western Legislative Forestry Task Force
2000 - 2004
Member
Washington State Tourism Advisory Council
1998 - 2004
Member
Title and Registration Advisory Committee
1997 - 2004
Former Chair
Agriculture and Rural Economic Development Committee, Washington State Senate
Former Member
Economic Development, Trade and Innovation Committee, Washington State Senate