Doug Ericksen Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career

Doug Ericksen Family

Douglas John Ericksen was an American politician served as a member of the Washington State Senate know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Career.

Name Doug Ericksen
Birthdate  28 January 1969
Died 17 December 2021
Place of Birth Bellingham, Washington, United States
Nationality American
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Tasha Ericksen
Children Two
Parents Name not Known
Education Cornell University, Western Washington University
Profession Washington State Senator
Last Update December 2021

Douglas John Ericksen was an American politician and lobbyist who served as a member of the Washington State Senate, representing the 42nd district from 2011 to 2021.Ericksen was the ranking member of the body’s Energy, Environment, and Telecommunications Committee.In April 2019, he registered as a foreign agent to consult and lobby for the ex-Khmer Rouge official Hun Sen, Prime Minister of Cambodia.

Doug Ericksen Family and Parents

Ericksen was born and raised in Bellingham, Washington. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in government from Cornell University and a Master of Arts in political science and environmental policy from Western Washington University.

Doug Ericksen Wife Tasha Ericksen

Doug Ericksen married with wife Tasha Ericksen.Doug was survived by his wife Tasha and their two children.Tasha Ericksen is a primary teacher and has worked several years as a teaching substitute and assistant at major schools.She was the proud mother to Doug’s two lovely kids whom they are living with at the Ferndale residence of Washington.

Doug Ericksen Net Worth

Doug Ericksen was an American politician and lobbyist who served as a member of the Washington State Senate has an estimated Net Worth around $7 Million in 2021.

Name Doug Ericksen
Net Worth ( 2021 ) $ 7 Million 
Income Source Washington State Senator
Income / Salary Under Review
Last Update  2021

Professional Career

Ericksen began his political career working for Washington State Senator Ann Anderson, 42nd Legislative District, while he was attending Western Washington University. In 1998, he accepted a position with the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife as a Legislative Affairs Coordinator. He left his position with the Department of Fish and Wildlife in 1998 to run for the Washington State House of Representatives. After serving six terms in the House, Ericksen was elected to the Washington State Senate in 2010.As ranking member of the Senate Environment, Energy & Technology Committee, Ericksen opposed bills to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

In January 2017, Ericksen accepted the temporary position of interim director of communications with the United States Environmental Protection Agency, but stated he would not resign from his senate seat.He was named Senior Advisor to the Regional Administrator for Public Engagement but declined to take the job over commuting concerns and his position as senator.

In November 2016, following protests against Donald Trump and fracking, Ericksen authored a bill that would treat some common protest actions, such as blocking traffic and rail lines, as economic terrorism and allow for felony prosecution of individuals who take part in such action. At that time, Ericksen said to reporters: “I completely support your First Amendment right to protest, [but] you do not have the First Amendment right to block a train.”

Ericksen was narrowly reelected in 2018, receiving 49.9% of the 72,779 votes cast.In November 2020, Ericksen proposed legislation to end all-mail voting and change other voting measures, citing unsubstantiated concerns about “election security”.In early 2021, Ericksen proposed a bill (Senate Bill 5143) that called for the elimination of the mail by voting system used by the state for years. Ericksen claimed that the bill was necessary and falsely claimed that there was widespread voter fraud in the state’s 2020 election.

Cause of Death

Doug Ericksen died suddenly due to his Covid related complications. Similarly, his supporters and wee-wishers have sent him honors and shown massive tributes to his name. The politician died on December 17, 2021, and the authentic statement was passed by his family members on Saturday.

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