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Jason Overstreet

42nd District
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Jason Overstreet

Thank you for visiting my Web page. I appreciate your interest in our citizen Legislature.

Many individuals, families and small businesses are struggling in these tough times. In order to solve the problems facing our communities, we need solution-oriented leadership. I bring to Olympia a principled perspective and a willingness to work with anyone who wants to make the 42nd District and Washington state a better place to live, work and do business.

My focus is on truly reforming state government, enacting a no-new-taxes and sustainable state budget, and allowing the marketplace to strengthen our economy through innovation and creativity.

While the issues of job creation and state spending are front and center, state lawmakers must also find ways to restore local control in education, prioritize public safety, reduce health care costs, and protect our most vulnerable who cannot care for themselves. These challenges require the Legislature to break from the status quo.

My phone line and door are always open to those I represent. If I can ever be of assistance, or if you have any ideas to share, please contact me. And if you are ever in Olympia and would like to visit, please let me know. I look forward to hearing from you.

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It’s an honor to be a voice for the 42nd District in the Washington State House of Representatives.


Jason Overstreet
State Representative
42nd District
(R - Lynden)

Recent News:

  • Rep. Jason Overstreet demands Western Washington University president’s resignation
  • Update from Rep. Jason Overstreet, Sine Die Edition, April 10, 2014
  • Overstreet declines participation in state’s legislative pension system for second consecutive term, also refused increase in per diem
  • Update from Rep. Jason Overstreet, Feb. 26, 2014
  • Overstreet bill raising threshold for small public utility tax exemptions receives public hearing
  • Jason Overstreet
    In the News:

  • State laws mean new graduation requirements for high school seniors (The Spokesman Review)
  • Ban on flame retardant gains lawmaker support (The Olympian)
  • State House Brings Budget To The Table (KGMI-AM)
  • Washington House Republicans seek transportation reforms (The Columbian)
  • Lawmakers give left-right combination to civil liberty threats (The News Tribune)
  • Watch:

    Rep. Overstreet opposes massive debt scheme

    My 2014 legislative updates:

    My speech regarding workforce development and aerospace permitting (SB 5952) - Nov. 9, 2013:

    My speech against tax increases on hardworking families:

    My district video discussing the challenges facing family farms and what can be done to address them:


  • 01-23-14: Reps. Overstreet and Shea talk on Seattle’s KTTH Radio about exempting firearms and ammo from sales taxes (audio)
  • Rep. Jason Overstreet discusses concerns with firearms fee bill on KGMI – Bellingham (audio)
  • Rep. Jason Overstreet talks about cottage food bill on KGMI – Bellingham
  • KTTH interview discussing my bill exempting firearms and ammunition from sales tax