Congressman, Dave Reichert, representing the 8th Congressional District and a 33 year veteran in the King County Sheriff’s Office, will address our current turmoil in the law enforcement community and how we can work together to maintain the rule of law. In addition, he will discuss what lies ahead in the current session of Congress. Congressman Reichert is a champion for free trade, tax reform, improving education and healthcare, as well as a continued leader on law enforcement issues.
Congressman Reichert is in his 6th term serving Washington’s 8th Congressional District. He is a senior member of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee. In that capacity, he sits on the Trade Subcommittee and is Chairman of Select Revenue Measures. His record of public service is long, having served in the Air Force Reserves as well as 33 years in the King County Sheriff’s Office, becoming the first elected sheriff in 30 years in 1997. In 2004, he received the prestigious National Sheriff’s Association’s “Sheriff of the Year” award and is a two-time Medal of Valor recipient from the King County Sheriff’s Office and is a recipient of the Washington Policy Center’s Champion of Freedom award.