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Sen. Curtis King, R-14Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Thank you for visiting my website. As your 14th District State Senator, I want to encourage you to browse these pages and learn more about what I stand for as your voice in the Washington State Legislature.

I serve as the chair of the Senate Transportation Committee. It’s important to me that residents of the 14th District have their transportation needs identified and that our traffic safety are addressed.  We must ensure that our agricultural and forest interests have open and efficient access to markets on the west side of the state.

I’m also on the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee. One of my top priorities is improving Washington’s business climate to encourage new businesses to develop and existing businesses to flourish. Having successful businesses in our state means more jobs for our citizens, something that will help drive our economy and improve our overall quality of life.

Please feel free to contact me directly with any comments, questions or concerns you may have about state government. It’s important to pay attention to what’s going on in Olympia because the decisions we make often directly affect you.

I encourage you to write me a letter or an email, visit our website often, subscribe to my email updates, or just pick up the phone and call my Olympia office at (360) 786-7626 or the toll-free legislative hotline at 1-800-562-6000. Thank you for giving me the honor of representing you in Olympia.  I hope to hear from you soon.

Latest News

Senate approves King’s measure to bolster disadvantaged businesses
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Senate approves King’s measure to bolster disadvantaged businesses
Today the Senate unanimously approved Sen. Curtis King’s bill that would provide a new avenue for minority-owned contracting companies to work with state transportation leaders on issues that affect their businesses. “I was approached by minority-owned business leaders who had become frustrated with the Department of Transportation. These leaders were...
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Senate transportation-committee chair responds to governor’s ‘scurrilous’ accusations
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Senate transportation-committee chair responds to governor’s ‘scurrilous’ accusations
Sen. Curtis King, R-Yakima, today made this statement clarifying his role as Senate Transportation Committee chair and the Senate’s decision Friday to reject the appointment of state transportation secretary Lynn Peterson: “Today the governor claimed the rejection of former-Secretary Peterson came as a great shock to him. He must be...
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IN THE NEWS: King awarded for help in passing energy bill
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IN THE NEWS: King awarded for help in passing energy bill
  Photo Caption: Sen. Curtis King (right) receives an award from George Caan, Executive Director of the Washington Public Utility Districts Association. The Washington Public Utility Districts Association honored King for his leadership in passage of a bill signed last July by Gov. Jay Inslee last April that allows public...
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Sen. King’s Legislative Update – Back in Olympia
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Sen. King’s Legislative Update – Back in Olympia
The 2016 legislative session began Monday, Jan. 11. Lawmakers have 60 days to meet during this “short” session. Click here to read my update on issues in Olympia.
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