Elected Experience: Andy Billig was elected as our State Senator in 2012. He was selected by his colleagues to be the Senate Deputy Minority Leader and serves on the Ways & Means Committee and the Early Learning & K-12 Education Committee.
Other Professional Experience: Andy is co-owner of the Spokane Indians Baseball Team. Under his leadership, the Indians have earned a reputation for outstanding customer service, community involvement and business excellence.
Education: B.A. Government, Georgetown University
Community Service: Past and current: Spokane Neighborhood Action Program Board Member, Thrive Washington Board Member, YMCA Board Member, Big Brother, and volunteer youth sports coach.
Statement: As our State Senator, Andy Billig delivers results for the people of Spokane.
Andy is co-owner of the Spokane Indians Baseball Team and uses his 20 years of business experience to represent you. Andy Billig helped expand medical education in Spokane and passed a transportation infrastructure package that is delivering projects to keep our local economy moving, like completion of the North Spokane Corridor and the Central City Line.
Andy Billig is an education champion. He’s demonstrated a commitment to great public schools by leading the way on numerous bills to fund our schools, reduce college tuition, and provide opportunities to help every student get the best education possible. Andy passed landmark legislation to protect the Spokane River and aquifer, fought to make our election system more transparent, and championed programs that ensure health care access for seniors and children.
Andy’s record is proven. He fights for us in Eastern Washington and will represent our values of justice, safety and equal opportunity while creating jobs and a prosperous Spokane for all. Andy has been endorsed by Spokane Firefighters, Washington State Patrol Troopers Association, League of Education Voters, Washington Conservation Voters, teachers, nurses, seniors and your neighbors throughout Spokane.