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Annette ClevelandDEMDemocrat State Senator, District 49
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Annette M. Cleveland (née Forbes, born 1962) is an American politician of the Democratic Party. She is a member of the Washington State Senate from the 49th legislative district. She was first elected to that office in November 2012 for a term beginning in January 2013. She was elected with nearly 60% of the vote, against Republican Eileen Qutub.

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Education4 - 4 of 2
Clark College
AA General Studies
Marylhurst University
Attended Communications
Past Positions1 - 7 of 7
Assistant Minority Floor Leader
Washington State Senate
2015 - 2016
Assistant Majority Floor Leader
Washington State Senate
2013 - 2015
Senator
Washington State Senate
2013 - Current
Federal Government Affairs Officer
Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center
2005 - 2019
Strategic Planning Administrator
Clark County Tranist (C-TRAN)
2004 - 2005
Government Relations Director
American Cancer Society
1997 - 1998
Assistant Manager
Advertising Services, The Columbian Newspaper
1982 - 1987
Other Experience1 - 12 of 12
Member
Government Affairs Roundtable, Identity Clark County
Current
Member
Public Policy Advisory Committee, Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce
Current
Member
Public Policy Advisory Group, Washington State Hospital Association
Current
Member
Board of Directors, Association of Washington Business
Current
Coordinator
Public Affairs/Communications, Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce
2003 - 2004
Meeting Coordinator
Weight Watchers
2001 - 2003
Executive Director
Women in Action (WIA)
1998 - 2000
Southwest Washington Director
United States Senate
1987 - 1997
Former Member
Human Services, Reentry and Rehabilitation Committee, Washington State Senate
Former Member
Energy, Environment and Telecommunications Committee, Washington State Senate
Former Member
Adult Behavioral Health System, Task Force, Washington State Senate
Former Ranking Minority Member
Health Care Committee, Washington State Senate