Welcome to my website!

I hope you will find it helpful in getting to know me, my record of service for our community, and the key issues facing Pierce County.

I encourage you to explore this website to learn more about me and my vision for Pierce County. If you would like to get in touch with me, volunteer, or donate, you can do so by clicking on these links.

I hope to see you out on the campaign trail!


Bruce Dammeier



"Friends and Neighbors, The sun is shining, those comfortable spring evenings are here, and the campaign is really heating up! Since our last update, the team has picked up hundreds more yard signs (reserve yours now), set up multiple fundraisers, and packed the calendar full of fun activities throughout the...

"Voters in unincorporated Pierce County were saying no to pot businesses Tuesday, setting the stage for the Pierce County Council to consider reinstating a ban on such businesses that is due expire July 1."

Pierce County is My Home

I was born in Tacoma, and I spent my childhood in University Place. I graduated from Curtis High School and then went off to the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. My time in the Navy taught me a lot about leadership, integrity, and accountability. But while my military service took me to places around the world, Pierce County has always been my home…


A Record of Leadership and Results

I served eight years on the Puyallup School Board, working to improve education locally so our children get a strong start down the path to prosperity. For the past seven years, I have represented the people of Pierce County (Puyallup, Fife, South Hill, Edgewood, and Summit/Waller) in the state legislature—first in the state House and now in the state Senate. My focus has been squarely on reforming state government and improving public education…


My Vision for Pierce County

I am not running to oversee business-as-usual at the County. I am running to reshape county government and rebuild our economy. We need to streamline permitting processes to reduce bureaucratic delays, respect property rights, and put people back to work. Our unemployment rate is significantly higher than Seattle—we can do better…