Lt. Governor Cyrus Habib Sworn in
Lt. Governor Cyrus Habib was sworn into office on Wednesday, Jan. 11, welcomed by Governor Jay Inslee and succeeding longtime former Lt. Governor Brad Owen. Habib called his succession of Owen a tremendous privilege. (Photo courtesy of the Washington state Legislature.)
The Lt. Governor celebrated Korean-American day in Auburn on Friday, January 13, along with other elected officials throughout the state. \"We, as new Americans, know and appreciate the great opportunities here,\" he said.
Lt. Gov., Garfield High Football Team Discuss Education
Lt. Governor Cyrus Habib and the Garfield High School football team discussed the importance of education and education funding on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. \"I had access to well-funded public schools, and we want that for everybody, irrespective of disability, race, or economic background,\" said Habib.
At the inaugural meeting of Governor Jay Inslee’s subcommittee on emergency preparedness, Resilient Washington, members discussed the overall vision of the entity and the current status of Washington state infrastructure, as it
The Garfield High School football team stopped by the Lt. Governor’s office on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day to discuss education, the American Dream, and how funding impacts essential learning. Throughout Monday’s
Lt. Governor Cyrus Habib keynoted the 10th annual Korean-American Day event in Auburn on Friday, taking part in an official tribute to Korean culture and the Korean-American experience in Washington state and throughout
Today, former state Senator Cyrus Habib was sworn in as Washington state’s 16th Lieutenant Governor. Habib previously represented parts of East King County in the state House of Representatives, and later the