Washington law (Chapter 42.56 RCW) requires that identifiable public records be made available promptly to members of the public for inspection and copying upon request.
We also value your right to access public records. Reminder: General questions do not require a public records request. For information about the Washington State Legislature and the legislative process, visit the Legislative Information Center or call (360) 786-7573.
Requests for public records are administered by the Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives and the Secretary of the Senate. Information regarding requesting public records relating to the Redistricting Commission can be found at the following places:
Randi Stratton is the designated Public Records Officer for the Secretary of the Senate and Senate members. You must request records from the Secretary of the Senate or from individual Senators' offices through the designated public records officer.
Records may be requested through the online records request center or you may send a printed request to:
Randi Stratton, Senate Public Records Officer
Washington State Senate
P.O. Box 40482
Olympia, WA 98504-0482
Phone: (360) 786-7373
How to Request House Public Records:
Samina Mays is the designated public records officer for the Chief Clerk and members of the House. You must request records from the Chief Clerk and individual members’ offices through the designated public records officer. Records may be requested through the online records request center or you may send a printed request to:
Samina Mays, Public Records Officer
424 Legislative Building
P.O. Box 40600
Olympia WA 98504-0600
More information regarding public records is available at the House Public Records Act (PRA) request center, including PRA FAQs and frequently requested documents.