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Rep. Sam Low
R-Lake Stevens
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Key issues

Fixing the Democrats' failures

Washington state is confronting an unprecedented number of crises. From public safety and affordability to education, drugs, homelessness, and affordable housing, the challenges seem endless. As House Republicans, our mission is clear: fix Washington. Despite our minority status in Olympia and limited control over the agenda, we remain committed to making a difference on these pressing issues and enhancing the well-being of Washingtonians. It's why we're here and what you've entrusted us to accomplish.

Learn more about how House Republicans are working to fix Washington

Improving transportation infrastructure

As the assistant ranking member on the House Transportation Committee, I was proud of the bipartisan collaboration that went into crafting a supplemental transportation budget this session that reflects the state’s needs. Washington faces a significant challenge with 60% of its roads needing maintenance, totaling a backlog of 11,000 miles at a cost of $11 billion. Meanwhile, too many of our bridges are in poor condition. Neglecting maintenance not only jeopardizes safety but also leads to increased repair costs over time. The Legislature must continue prioritizing efficient resource allocation, promptly tackling maintenance projects to prevent further deterioration and mitigate the risk of more extensive and costly repairs in the future. We must also address rising fatalities on our roadways, recruit more state troopers, and fix our ferry system.

Watch: Low speaks in favor of supplemental transportation budget proposal

Fixing our housing crisis

Washington is grappling with an escalating housing crisis that shows no signs of abating. Excessive regulatory costs, permit delays, stringent zoning laws, and an outdated Growth Management Act have culminated in our state producing the fewest housing units per household in the nation. Homeownership is unattainable for countless first-time buyers and homelessness continues to spiral out of control. It is imperative lawmakers do everything they can to remove unnecessary barriers and expand homeownership opportunities for Washingtonians.

House Republican solutions to solve the housing crisis

Three initiatives approved, three will be on November ballot

When Washingtonians sent six initiatives to the Legislature, Republicans swiftly embraced these proposals, urging prompt public hearings. Our efforts paid off, resulting in hearings and successful passage of three initiatives. Initiative 2081 introduces a “Parents’ Bill of Rights,” Initiative 2111 prohibits state and local personal income taxes, and Initiative 2113 restores law enforcement's authority to pursue fleeing suspects. However, the majority party neglected the remaining three initiatives. Initiative 2117 aims to repeal the Climate Commitment Act and its carbon tax, Initiative 2124 offers an opt-out of the state long-term care program and payroll tax, and Initiative 2109 seeks to repeal the capital gains tax. Despite this, these initiatives will appear on the November ballot.

Learn More: Initiatives to the Legislature

Rep. Sam Low speaks in favor of Initiative 2113

Meet Sam Low

Sam is serving his first term representing the 39th Legislative District in the Washington State House of Representatives. The 39th District includes parts of Snohomish and Skagit counties, including parts of Everett and Arlington, Lake Stevens to the southwest, Darrington and Rockport to the north, and parts of Sedro-Woolley...

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