The Seattle University Alumni Board of Governors has gathered the required 3,500 signatures to get Seattle U License Plates on the road. The bill was introduced in the Washington State Legislature and can be viewed online, but there's one more thing that needs to happen to make these plates a reality.
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We need you to e-mail the chairs of the Senate Transportation Committee to voice your support for this bill so it can move forward in the legislative process for a vote. Please send ONE email to both chairs of the Washington State Senate Transportation Committee(both email addresses should be in the TO: line of your email message): Senator Curtis King: Curtis.King@leg.wa.gov Senator Tracey Eide: Tracey.Eide@leg.wa.gov
Simply copy and paste this text into an email and send it to the Committee Chairs.Email Subject Line: My Support for SB 5259 – Seattle U License PlatesEmail Body: Dear Senators King and Eide: I am writing to voice my support of Senate Bill 5259, “Creating Seattle University special licenseplates” and respectfully request that a public hearing be held to consider this bill. The university,along with its alumni, is working to pass SB5259 which would create the Seattle UniversityAlumni license plate. Every dollar raised via the purchase of this license plate will go toward thestudent scholarship fund, assisting current and future students with financial aid for tuition. Forthe 2012-2013 freshman class, 94% of incoming students received financial aid fromthe university, and scholarships help to make higher education opportunities possible forresidents of our state. Thank you for your consideration of this bill.Regards,[INSERT YOUR NAME][CITY, STATE]