Cyndy Jacobsen currently serves on the Puyallup City Council and teaches math here at the Puyallup Pierce College. A former accountant, she and her husband, Doug, have lived in the 25th district for more than three decades.
Cyndy and Doug raised their seven children here and now their eight grandchildren are growing up close to home.
Cyndy’s roots run deep. When she realized a few years ago that change was desperately needed in her City's leadership, she knocked on all of her neighbors’ doors and asked for their votes.
Her community elected her to the Puyallup City Council, where she has fought to bring a new vision of keeping taxes low, holding government accountable, cleaning up Clark’s Creek, and dramatically increasing our investment in first responders to make our community safer.
She has decided to run for State Representative because she realizes many of our local issues are best addressed at the state and regional level: homelessness and the dual problems of mental health and addiction; equitable traffic funding south of Seattle; and job creation here in our own district.
When she comes through your neighborhood, stop and speak with her about what is on your mind. Or reach out to her via email and start a conversation.
Cyndy wants to hear from you!
The Jacobsens with all seven of their children, their spouses, and the grandkids.
More than anything, Cyndy Jacobsen values family.
Her family. Your family.
That's why she teaches math to people who are often re-entering the work force after a setback. It's why she serves on the City Council. And it's why she's running to be our State Representative:
To sensibly address the crisis of homelessness, addiction and mental health that plagues our community.
To get commuters out of traffic and into new local jobs by removing barriers to economic development.
And to represent the citizens of the 25th by standing firm against new taxes and bringing balance to the current one party rule.
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