Two students page for Rep. Ed Orcutt in the Washington State House of Representatives

Reegan Jenkins and Alexander Wolfe recently paged in the Washington State House of Representatives. The students were sponsored by Rep. Ed Orcutt of the 20th District.

Reegan and Alexander were able to experience the 2019 legislative session. Some of their responsibilities included delivering messages and documents to state lawmakers in their offices, committee meetings and the House chamber, and attending Legislative Page School.

β€œIt was a pleasure to have both students here helping us serve our constituents, but also to visit with them and to show them how the Legislature works,” said Orcutt, R-Kalama.

Reegan, 15, attends Kalama High School. She is the daughter of Harlyn and Cari Jenkins of Kalama. Reegan paged February 25 – March 1.

Alexander, 15, attends Life Christian Academy. He is the son of Chris Wolfe of Morton and Adriane Goodwin of Federal Way. Alexander paged March 11-15.

To serve as a page for the Washington State House of Representatives, a student must:

  • have permission from a parent or guardian;
  • have permission from his or her current school in the current year;
  • be sponsored by a member of the Washington State House of Representatives; and
  • be 14-16 years old.

For more information about the House Page Program, visit:

To learn more about the Gina Grant Bull Memorial Legislative Page Scholarship Program, visit:

The 105-day legislative session is scheduled to end on April 28.


Washington State House Republican Communications