State Representative, District 40
Debra E. Lekanoff (born February 26, 1971) is a Democratic member of the Washington Legislature representing the State's 40th House district for position 1. She is a member of the Tlingit tribe and was credited with being the first female tribal member to serve in the Washington House of Representatives. However, Lois Stratton was actually the first female tribal member to serve in the Washington House of Representatives, starting her first term in 1979, making Lekanoff the second female tribal member to serve in this position.
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