Welcome to my website! I encourage you take a look around to learn more about me and how I’m serving our communities in the 25th Legislative District.

As a lifelong resident of Pierce County, it is humbling to have the opportunity to serve as your state representative. One of my top legislative priorities is strengthening Washington state’s education system so every child has the opportunity to receive a quality education.

The teachers I had growing up always encouraged me to pursue my dreams and are a big reason why I was able to become the first member of my family to go to college, start a business, and now serve in office.

I am also committed to crafting legislation that creates jobs and eases the burden on small business owners in our district and around the state. Additionally, I will be fighting for lower taxes and working toward creative solutions to reduce congestion in the 25th and across Western Washington.

I am here to serve you year-round, so please feel free to contact me anytime with your comments, questions or concerns. I also encourage you to contact my legislative assistant, Dianna Hawkins, to set up a time to meet with me at my Olympia office or in district.

It is an honor to serve you.

Rep. Kelly Chambers
(360) 786-7948  |  kelly.chambers@leg.wa.gov
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Election-year restrictions prohibit me from updating my website until after the November 2024 election. However, you are still welcome to contact me anytime.

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Key Issues

Fixing the Democrats' failures

Washington state is facing more crises than ever before. We have a public safety crisis, an affordability crisis, an education crisis, a drug crisis, a homelessness crisis, an affordable housing crisis, and more. Our message as House Republicans is simple: Fix Washington. While we are in the minority in Olympia and have limited control over the agenda, that doesn’t mean we can’t try to move the needle on these issues and improve the lives of Washingtonians. That’s why we are here and what you’ve entrusted us to do.

Learn more about how House Republicans are working to fix Washington

Addressing Washington's public safety crisis

Washington is grappling with an unparalleled crisis in public safety, unlike anything many of us have ever witnessed. In recent years, criminal activity has surged within our state. Homicide rates have spiked by 96% since 2019 alone. Disturbingly, we lead the nation in retail theft, rank second in property crime, and stand fourth in auto theft. This cannot be allowed to persist. House Republicans have and will continue to champion pragmatic solutions to prevent crime, ensure accountability, bolster law enforcement efforts, and ultimately foster safer communities.

House Republican solutions to fix our public safety crisis

Prioritizing excellence in education

Under Democrat control, K-12 spending has grown exponentially while student learning and performance has declined. Right now in Washington, 60% of students are failing math and 50% are failing reading. And public schools have lost over 60,000 students, suggesting that families are not satisfied with the education they are receiving. House Republicans believe school districts should be given resources to succeed, but should also be held accountable to the students and communities they serve. We have proposed a number of real solutions aimed at improving the quality and availability of basic education for all students. We want to fund tutors in schools and put more paraeducators in classrooms to deliver high-quality, personalized instruction. We also want to allocate financial resources to students whose needs are not being met by the public school system.

House Republican solutions to fix our education crisis

Three initiatives approved, three will be on November ballot

When Washingtonians forwarded six initiatives to the Legislature, it marked a pivotal moment in the 2024 legislative session. Republicans wasted no time in embracing these proposals and pushing for swift public hearings. Our efforts bore fruit as we not only secured hearings for three initiatives but also successfully passed them. Initiative 2081 introduces a “Parents’ Bill of Rights,” Initiative 2111 prohibits state and local personal income taxes, and Initiative 2113 restores the authority of our law enforcement officers, regardless of gender, to pursue fleeing suspects. However, the majority party chose not to address the remaining three initiatives. Initiative 2117 aims to repeal the Climate Commitment Act and its associated carbon tax, Initiative 2124 offers an opt-out of the state long-term care program and payroll tax, and Initiative 2109 seeks to repeal the capital gains tax. Nevertheless, these initiatives will be on the November ballot.

Learn More: Initiatives to the Legislature

Chambers on I-2113: "I stand for 12-year-old Immaculee Goldade."

Meet Kelly Chambers

Rep. Kelly Chambers is serving her third term representing the 25th Legislative District. She is a lifelong resident of Pierce County and a graduate of Pacific Lutheran University, where she received a B.A. in Political Science and a B.A.E. in Secondary Education. She currently serves as the ranking Republican...

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