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 property 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
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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...About Kelly →