Community Leader Donna Sinclair Announces Campaign For State Representative in the 18th Legislative District
Washougal - Community Leader Donna Sinclair announced her campaign today for State Representative in the 18th Legislative District in Position 2. This is the seat currently held by Representative Larry Hoff.
“Working families in our region are struggling. I want to make sure they have good paying jobs, affordable healthcare, and high-quality schools—that is my passion. As a State Representative, I will carefully guide regional growth without diminishing our quality of life, create jobs, continue improving education, protect taxpayers and business owners, and maintain clean air, water, and rural lifeways. We know our region needs affordable housing and better transportation systems. I want to find solutions that meet our many community needs,” said Donna Sinclair.
Donna Sinclair is a lifelong Clark County resident with deep roots in the 18th LD. Her family came to the Pacific Northwest in the 1850s and her great grandparents owned a dance hall in Brush Prairie a century later, not far from her grandparent’s and cousin’s farms. Donna grew up in Clark County and graduated from Evergreen High School, Clark College, WSU Vancouver, and Portland State University. She is a historian and a teacher. Donna has lived in east county since 2007, formerly served on the Washougal Planning Commission, and currently serves on the Washougal School Board.
Donna is a mother and grandmother, who lives in Washougal with her husband, Eugene “Bud” Harris, two dogs, and three cats.