Welcome to my legislative website. This is where you will find my contact information, information on legislation I am working on, news releases, radio interviews, my bio, and much more. I am honored and privileged to represent the 15th District in Olympia.
I am focused on reducing your cost of living, making our communities safer, fixing our housing crisis, and empowering all families. Water, agriculture, and a strong workforce will also, and always, be a top priority for our region.
I am your voice in the Legislature. My goal is to make sure that our region’s citizens have a voice in our state government.
I encourage you to contact me with questions, ideas or comments on the issues that impact you. Together we can make a difference and help our government do a better job of responding to your needs.
Thank you for the opportunity to represent you.
Rep. Bryan Sandlin
(360) 786-7874 | email@example.com
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Our state has record amounts of taxpayer dollars, while many in Washington are working through economic hardships. Despite the cost of living increasing - real estate, the price of fuel, good and services - there has been no tax relief. My colleagues and I will advocate for tax relief and are working to address the affordability crisis.Fixing the affordability crisis
The majority’s ineffective and destructive policies have put Washington communities in a public safety crisis and left our law enforcement professionals without needed support. If communities are going to thrive, we must develop real solutions that effectively address the root causes of these problems. We must also address our police officer recruitment and retention crisis and provide more funding to police departments around the state. Washington can no longer rank last in the nation in terms of the number of police officers per thousand people. With a focus on compassion and accountability, we will continue working to keep our streets, neighborhoods, and families safe while respecting those who serve and protect our communities.Fixing the public safety crisis
When the Legislature operated virtually for two sessions, it contributed to a lack of transparency and accountability in our state government. Lawmakers should be more involved in the decision-making process during a state of emergency. We also need to make sure our state agencies operate efficiently and effectively and be held accountable for not meeting proper standards of service.Holding state government accountable
Bryan is a lifelong resident of the Yakima Valley. He started working on his family farm at an early age. At twelve-years old, he was able to oversee a crew of ten for his first apple harvest and would later become manager of Sandlin Farms, Inc. Bryan graduated from...About Bryan →