|Member of the Washington Senate
from the 5th legislative district
November 30, 2012
|Preceded by||Dino Rossi|
|Issaquah City Council, Position No. 1|
January 1, 2010 – January 8, 2013
|Preceded by||John Rittenhouse|
|Succeeded by||Joe Forkner|
|Born||Mark Douglas Mullet
August 14, 1972
Tukwila, Washington, U.S.
|Alma mater||University of Redlands (attended)
Indiana University (B.S.)
University of Washington (M.P.A.)
Small business owner
Born in Tukwila, Washington, Mullet is a graduate of Foster High School. He earned a B.S. in Finance from Indiana University, and a Master's in Public Affairs from the Evans School at the University of Washington in 2008. Mullet was the Washington High School State Tennis Champion in 1989 and 1990.
He is a small business owner, owning Zeeks Pizza and Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream in Issaquah. Mullet had previously served as a Managing Director at Bank of America, serving as the Global Head of Foreign Currency Options Trading.
In 2012, Mullet was elected by a 54.31% to 45.38% majority over his opponent Brad Toft.
Mullet has also helped secure Capital funding for projects throughout the 5th Legislative District, including: Lake Sammamish State Park improvements, road improvements on I-90 and the Pickering Place Retail Center, improvements at Camp Korey, a grant for the Railway History Museum in Snoqualmie, repairs at the Fire Training Academy in North Bend, and funding to help build a new Tahoma High School within Maple Valley.
Before being elected to the Senate, Mullet served as a member of the Issaquah City Council, beginning in 2009. Mullet names Grand Ridge Plaza, a mixed-use retail center, and a plastic bag ban as his key accomplishments while on city council.
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