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Vote Mary May for
State Representative
4th Legislative District

We deserve to have more than one view represented at the table when decisions are being made that impact all of us.

I will bring strong, balanced, fiscally responsible representation to our 4th Legislative District.

Mary’s Community Priorities


Healthcare that is affordable, and lower prescription drug costs, so that no one has to choose between the healthcare and medication they need, or putting food on their table.  


Public schools that prepare our children for success, and support our educators. 
More access to vocational and technical training, as well as apprenticeship programs.


Safe, well-maintained roads and infrastructure receiving fair funding so that we can get to work on time, and get our kids to school safely.   


Affordable secondary education, including college and vocational training, without crippling student loan debt.


Veterans receiving the services, care and support they deserve.


Protecting our earned benefits so that seniors can retire with dignity and security

With over 25 years of experience in community improvement and policy work, I have seen firsthand that we deserve better representation at the state level to advocate for our needs, and to get our fair share here in the 4th Legislative District. 



Policy and city planning professional for 25 years. Member of American Institute of Certified Planners. Experienced in multi-jurisdictional projects and process improvement, designing solutions that are fiscally responsible and benefit business, the public, and the environment.


Bachelor’s Degree in Geography, followed by Graduate Work in Public Administration from San Diego State University. Lean Green Belt Certification from Eastern Washington University.


Founding Member, Enlighten – Dyslexia Understood.
Board of Trustees, Temple Beth Shalom.
Volunteer, Spokanimal.
Sunday school teacher.
Troop Leader, Girl Scouts.

About Mary May

I grew up as the daughter of a career Navy man and a stay-at-home mom.  My parents taught me about work ethic, and the importance of community.  My three brothers taught me to stand up for myself, and to not be easily bossed around.

My family and I have lived here in the Spokane Valley for 11 years.  We love the natural beauty of the area, and the warmth of the community.  My children have grown up here, attending the public schools.  My oldest is now attending a local university, and my youngest is attending high school here in the valley.  

True patriotism isn’t simply about waving the American flag. And it’s not mostly about securing our borders from outsiders.

It’s about coming together for the common good.

Real patriotism is not cheap. It requires taking on a fair share of the burdens of keeping America going – being willing to pay taxes in full rather than seeking tax loopholes and squirreling away money abroad.

Patriotism is about preserving and protecting our democracy, not inundating it with big money and buying off politicians.

True patriots don’t hate the government of the United States. They’re proud of it. They may not like everything it does, and they justifiably worry when special interests gain too much power over it.
But true patriots work to improve our government, not destroy it.

Finally, patriots don’t pander to divisiveness. They don’t fuel racist or religious or ethnic divisions. They aren’t homophobic or sexist.

To the contrary, true patriots seek to confirm and strengthen the “we” in “we the people of the United States.”

— Robert Reich, 2015 


Washington Education Association

Spokane Regional Labor Council

Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO

Spokane Education Association

United Steelworkers District 12

Spokane County Democrats

Young Democrats of WA

Fuse Washington

Equal Rights Washington

Spokane County Young Democrats

Carbon Washington

International Brotherhood Of Electrical Workers, Local 77

Health Care for All –
Washington Health Care Champion distinction

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