Jacobsen begins second term as state representative with new committee assignments

Cyndy Jacobsen has officially begun her second term as a Washington State Representative for the 25th Legislative District.

Jacobsen was sworn in on Monday after being reelected in November.

“I’m really looking forward to continuing the work in the Legislature for my constituents,” said Jacobsen, R-Puyallup. “Being able to be here in person in Olympia this session is such a privilege. I’m honored to represent the 25th District again, and grateful to those who have entrusted me with this responsibility.”

For the 2023 session, Jacobsen will have two new committee assignments. She joins the House Finance Committee, where she will serve as the assistant ranking member. She will also be the assistant ranking member of the Local Government Committee. Additionally, Jacobsen will continue serving on the Rules Committee and the Postsecondary Education and Workforce Committee.

“I’m excited to join these new committees and I plan to work with both sides of the aisle to create commonsense legislation that helps all Washingtonians,” said Jacobsen. “We need to find real solutions to help the many individuals, families, and small businesses that are struggling with the high cost of living and doing business in Washington.”

The legislative session began Jan. 9 and is scheduled to last for 105 consecutive days.


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