Profile Photo
Bill RamosDEMDemocrat State Representative, District 5
Years of Age
Years of Experience
WAResidence (state)

Bill George Ramos (born April 6, 1956) is a Democratic member of the Washington Legislature representing the State's 5th House district for position 1. Ramos has held office since 2019 after being elected in 2018 and re-elected in 2020. Ramos is endorsed by The Seattle Times newspaper.

Voterly's Issue Scores  (1 - 1 of 1)

Below lists the position this politician has taken on a political issue. The star rating represents the politician's prioritization and action on the issue based on data collected by relevant interest groups. Select an issue to view a more in-depth explanation of each rating.

Special Interest Group Ratings

Interest Groups That SUPPORT
Interest Groups That OPPOSE
Average Score

Disclaimer: A special interest group's positions on issues are gathered from various reputable sources including the organization's website, social media accounts, press releases, and other public communications. Special interest group politician ratings are provided by Positions and ratings are subject to change and we may experience delays, interruptions, or errors, as a result. If you believe this information is inaccurate, please submit a problem report. Submit Report.

Education5 - 5 of 3
Utah State University
Parks, Recreation and Leisure Studies
Oregon State University
Attended Forest Engineering
Humboldt State University
Bachelors Forest Sciences and Biology
Past Positions1 - 7 of 7
Assistant Majority Whip
Washington State House of Representatives
2021 - 2023
Washington State House of Representatives
2019 - Current
Council Member
Issaquah City Council
2016 - 2019
Principal, Consultant
The Common Good Limited Liability Company
2013 - 2019
Community Planner
Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration
2005 - 2013
Dance All Night
1996 - 2013
Former Director of Timber Management\Recreation and Public Service\Ecosystem Management
United States Forest Service
Other Experience1 - 8 of 8
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
1990 - Current
Issaquah Human Service Commission
Issaquah's Economic Vitality Commission
Planning and Policy Commission
Greater Issaquah Chamber of Commerce
Issaquah Rotary
Former Member
College and Workforce Development Committee, Washington State House of Representatives
Former Vice Chair
Transportation Committee, Washington State House of Representatives