2021 Contact Information for WA St & County Officials

Contact Information for Washington State’s Federal Officials

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Contact Information for Washington State and County Officials:

Washington State

Official State Government Access Website

Washington State Legislature (Senate & House)

Contact by phone:

Hotline: 800-562-6000

TTY: 800-635-9993

The toll-free hotline allows you to leave a brief message for district legislators or for the Governor or Lt. Governor.

When leaving a message with the hotline, please be prepared to give your name and street address. Interpreter services are available for many languages.

Legislative Information Center

800-562-6000 or 360-786-7573

The Legislative Information Center provides information on the legislative process and on the status of specific bills.

Contacting your Legislators

Contact legislators in their Olympia offices when the legislature is in session and at their district offices when the legislature is out of session.

Call the Olympia phone number if no district number is listed.

If writing by US mail, use the following formats, including PO boxes:

STATE REPS:  PO Box 40600, Olympia, WA 98504-0600

STATE SENATOR:  PO Box 404 [+ Leg. District], Olympia, WA 98504-04 [+ Leg. District]

For example: Senator Liz Lovelett (for 40th Legislative District)

PO Box 40443, Olympia, WA 98504-0440

Public Disclosure Commission

711 Capitol Way, #206,  PO Box 40908, Olympia, WA 98504-0908

360-753-1111   toll free:  877-601-2828   fax: 360-753-1112

www.pdc.wa.gov

pdc@pdc.wa.gov

The Public Disclosure Commission provides public access to campaign  finance information from candidates and political committees, expenditure information from lobbyists, and financial information from candidates and elected and appointed officials.

Governor Jay Inslee (D)

Next Election 2024

Office of the Governor,

PO Box 40002

Olympia, WA 98504-0002

416 Sid Snyder Ave. SW Ste. 200

Phone: 360-902-4111, fax: 360-753-4110, TTY: 711

no direct email, contact via website

www.governor.wa.gov

 

Lieutenant Governor Denny Heck (D)

Next Election 2024

220 Legislative Bldg/PO Box 40400

Olympia, WA 98504-0400

360-786-7700 fax: 360-786-7749

www.ltgov.wa.gov

ltgov@leg.wa.gov

 

Secretary of State Kim Wyman (R)

Next Election 2024

Legislative Bldg/PO Box 40220

Olympia, WA 98504-0220

360-902-4151, fax: 360-586-5629, TTY 800-422-8683

voter info: 800-448-4881

www.sos.wa.gov  

mail@sos.wa.gov

 

Treasurer Mike Pellicciotti (D)

Next Election 2024

Legislative Bldg, Room 230/PO Box 40200

416 Sid Snyder Ave. SW

Olympia, WA 98504-0200

360-902-9000, fax: 360-902-9037, TTY: 360-902-8963

www.tre.wa.gov

watreas@tre.wa.gov

 

Auditor Patrice McCarthy (D)

Next Election 2024

Insurance Bldg, Capitol Campus

PO Box 40021

Olympia, WA 98504-0021

360-902-0370, fax: 360-753-0646, TDD Relay 800-833-6388

Citizen Complaint Hotline: 866-902-3900

www.sao.wa.gov

no direct email, contact via website

 

Attorney General Bob Ferguson (D)

Next Election 2024

1125 Washington St. SE/PO Box 40100

Olympia, WA 98504-0100

360-753-6200, fax: 360-664-0228

Consumer Protection Info: 800-551-4636

www.atg.wa.gov

no direct email, contact via website

 

Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal (NP)

Next Election 2024

Old Capitol Bldg.

600 Washington St. SE/PO Box 47200

Olympia, WA 98504-7200

360-725-6000, fax: 360-753-6712  TTY: 360-664-3631

www.k12.wa.us

chris.reykdal@k12.wa.us

 

Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler (D)

Next Election 2024

5000 Capitol Blvd. SE, Tumwater, WA 98501

PO Box 40255, Olympia, WA 98504-0255

360-725-7000, 800-562-6900, TDD: 360-586-0241, fax: 360-586-2018

www.insurance.wa.gov

askMike@oic.wa.gov

State Health Insurance Benefits Advisors (SHIBA):  shibahelpline@oic.wa.gov  

Consumer Advocacy:   cap@oicwa.gov

 

Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz (D)

Next Election 2024

1111 Washington St. SE, PO Box 47001

Olympia, WA 98504-7001

360-902-1004, fax: 360-902-1775

www.dnr.wa.gov

cpl@dnr.wa.gov

 

Legislature Leadership Positions

Senate:

Majority Leader:  Andy Billig (D-3), 360-786-7604

Republican Leader: John Braun (R-20), 360-786-7638

House:

Speaker of the House Laurie Jinkins (D-27), 360-786-7930

Majority Leader Pat Sullivan (D-47), 360-786-7858

Republican Leader J.T. Wilcox (R-2), 360-786-791

 

10th DISTRICT,  Island & parts of Skagit and Snohomish County

Sen. Ron Muzzall (R), 360-786-7618, Building/Room:  INB 102

ron.muzzall@leg.wa.gov, next election 2024 

 

Rep. Greg Gilday (R), 360-786-7884, Building/Room:  JLOB 404

greg.gilday@leg.wa.gov, next election 2022

 

Rep. Dave Paul (D), 360-786-7914, Building/Room: JLOB 309

dave.paul@leg.wa.gov, next election 2022

 

39th DISTRICT,  Eastern Snohomish & Skagit Co./Skykomish

Sen. Keith Wagoner (R), 360-786-7676, Building/Room: INB 203

keith.wagoner@leg.wa.gov, next election 2024

 

Rep. Robert Sutherland (R), 360-786-7967, Building/Room:  JLOB 470

robert.sutherland@leg.wa.gov, next election 2022

 

Rep. Carolyn Eslick (R) 360-786-7816, Building/Room:   JLOB 467

carolyn.eslick@leg.wa.gov, next election 2022

 

40th DISTRICT,  San Juan County/Parts of Skagit & Whatcom Co.

Sen. Liz Lovelett (D), 360-786-7678, Building/Room:   JAC 215

liz.lovelett@leg.wa.gov, next election 2024

 

Rep. Debra Lekanoff (D), 360-786-7800, Building/Room:   JLOB 422

debra.lekanoff@leg.wa.gov, next election 2022

 

Rep. Alex Ramel (D), 360-786-7970, Building/Room:  LEG 132D

alex.ramel@leg.wa.gov, next election 2022

 

Skagit County Officials

Term Length:  4 year

County Commissioners:

Com Dist 2, Peter Browning (D)

Com Dist 3, Lisa Janicki (D)

Com Dist 1, Ron Wesen (R)

Phone: (360) 416-1300

Email: commissioners@co.skagit.wa.us

Address: 1800 Continental Place, Mount Vernon, WA 98273

Web Page:  https://www.skagitcounty.net/Departments/CountyCommissioners

Members: Three, Districts 1, 2, and 3

Term: Four years

When Elected: Districts 1 and 2: Next General Election 2024; District 3: Next General Election 2022

Duties: The County Commissioners’ primary duty is to levy the taxes to operate the County and to adopt a balanced budget for each calendar year, including possible increases and variances, under the control of appointed department heads.

Also within their legislative capacity, the Commissioners are responsible for adopting, amending and repealing all County ordinances (which are essentially laws of the County).  These include traffic, zoning, planning and public safety ordinances, and any other ordinance concerning the general welfare of the County.

As administrators, County Commissioners are responsible for:

  • Public roads and public works programs;

  • Public health services;

  • Planning and zoning of unincorporated areas;

  • Emergency Services or civil defense programs;

  • County park and recreation systems

  • Other services and programs, which are not clearly the responsibility of other elected County officials.

Commissioners serve on a variety of multi-county boards, state boards, and/or national committees, with other public officials and private citizens.

Commissioners are also responsible for appointing members of many County boards and commissions (for example, the Board of Equalization, and Civil Service Commission).

Meetings: The Board of Commissioners generally meets each Monday and Tuesday for regularly scheduled agenda items. The remainder of the week is spent with individual committee assignments and constituent appointments.

A weekly Public Comment Period is scheduled every Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. to give the general public an opportunity to present concerns or discuss areas of interest with all three Commissioners.

Agendas are available on the web site in the “Agenda” section. Or you may listen to a recorded agenda for the upcoming week by calling (360)416-1316.

Agendas are available on the web site in the “Agenda” section. Or you may listen to a recorded agenda for the upcoming week by calling (360)416-1316.

Commissioner sessions may be viewed live on the County web site. They are also telecast live on Comcast, Channel 21, and Wave broadband, Channel 21.

 

Assessor Dave Thomas (R)

700 S. 2nd St, Room 204, Mount Vernon, WA 98273

360-416-1780

Term Begins: 1-2019, Term Ends: 12-2022

 

Auditor Sandra Perkins (D)

Mail: PO Box 1306, 700 S. 2nd St, Room 201, Mount Vernon, WA 98273

360-416-1700

Term Begins: 1-2019,  Term Ends: 12-2022

 

Clerk Melissa Beaton (D)

2015 W. Kincaid, Room 103, Mount Vernon, WA 98273

360-416-1800

Term Begins: 1-2019,  Term Ends: 12-2022

 

Coroner Hayley Thompson (D)

1700 Continental Pl, Mount Vernon, WA 98273

360-416-1995

Term Begins: 1-2019, Term Ends: 12-2022

 

Prosecuting Attorney Rich Weyrich (D)

605 S. 3rd St, Mount Vernon, WA 98273

360-416-1600

Term Begins: 1-2019, Term Ends: 12-2022

 

Sheriff Don McDermott (D)

600 S. 3rd St, Suite 100, Mount Vernon, WA 98273

360-416-1911

Term Begins: 1-2019, Term Ends: 12-2022

 

Treasurer Jackie Brunson (D)

Mail: PO Box 518

700 S. 2nd St, Room 205, Mount Vernon, WA 98273

360-416-1750

Term Begins: 1-2019, Term Ends: 12-2022