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It’s an honor to represent the people and communities of the 20th District. When I talk to constituents, they make it clear what they expect from me: more economic opportunity, not more taxes and fees. They want a life that is affordable and free of government intrusion. I share these ideals and use them to guide my decisions as a state representative.

An important part of my job is listening to, understanding, and responding to those I represent. Please feel free to contact me anytime. I welcome your calls, emails, and letters.

Rep. Ed Orcutt
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My responsibilities

Economic and Revenue Forecast Council

I am a member of the Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council (ERFC). The ERFC supports statewide goals by accurately forecasting economic activity and state tax revenue for Washington state. It is comprised of both legislative and executive members and the state treasurer. Four times a year, the ERFC adopts a bipartisan revenue forecast that is then used to build the state operating budget. It is also charged with providing the state budget outlook to increase transparency and to promote state government financial stability.

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Joint Oregon-Washington Legislative Action Committee

The Joint Oregon-Washington Legislative Action Committee (JOWLAC) is a 16-member panel comprised of Democrats and Republicans from the House and Senate from Oregon and Washington. The primary purpose of the committee is to advise on what an I-5 bridge replacement should look like. My efforts regarding the I-5/Columbia River Crossing have been to focus on automobile and freight mobility, accommodating river traffic, and minimizing costs. I have advocated for fairness in funding and for Oregon/Oregon motorists to bear as much of the costs as Washington drivers and taxpayers. I have advocated for more federal funding for motorists/freight mobility and have opposed tolls and light rail.

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House Finance Committee

I am the ranking minority member on the House Finance Committee. This committee considers: issues relating to state and local revenues, such as increases or decreases in taxes; exemptions from taxes; and changes in the administration of taxes.

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Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee

I am a member the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee (JLARC). The JLARC works to make state government operations more effective, efficient, and accountable. It is comprised of an equal number of House and Senate members, Democrats and Republicans. The JLARC pursues its mission by conducting performance audits, program evaluations, sunset reviews, and other analyses.

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Rep. Ed Orcutt's floor speech in favor of Initiative 2111

Meet Ed Orcutt

Rep. Ed Orcutt was appointed to the Washington State House of Representatives in 2002. From 2002 to 2013, he represented the 18th District. Due to redistricting, Ed went on to represent the 20th District and is serving his twelfth term as state representative. Focused on creating jobs and protecting...

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