Thank you for visiting my website. Within these pages, you'll find information on what I'm working on at the Legislature and how you can be involved. It's an honor to work alongside the people of Central Washington, strengthening our communities and ensuring state government works better for all the people it serves.
Guided by the enduring fundamental principles of our Constitution—designed to preserve and protect liberty and individual rights—I'm committed to finding common-sense solutions to the issues we face. Whether it's encouraging economic development and job growth, helping our farmers, amply funding our schools, or providing for the care and protection of foster children, together we can build a better Washington.
Your input is important. The best ideas come from people, not the government. I encourage you to contact me with your questions, comments, and ideas for how we can improve our district and state.
Thank you for allowing me to represent you in Olympia.
Rep. Chris Corry
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Rep. Chris Corry has introduced a bill to reform the state’s emergency powers laws. Washington is one of only four states in the nation that hands over unilateral authority to the governor to declare and maintain a state of emergency (SOE). During a prolonged SOE, such as the COVID-19...Read my news release
Police reform legislation passed last year has made our communities less safe. I will continue to support common-sense solutions that prioritize public safety, support law enforcement, prevent crime, and help victims.Discover what House Republicans are doing to protect our communities
Although the state is doing well financially, many taxpayers are struggling to make ends meet and pay their bills. That's why I will continue to advocate for meaningful tax relief and policies to help struggling individuals, families, and small businesses.Learn how my colleagues and I are working to make Washington affordable
Parents are the primary teachers and nurturers of their children. They deserve to know what's being taught in the classroom and a say in their children's education. When schools emphasize strong communication with parents, they not only build trust but a better learning environment for students.Learn what House Republicans are doing to help families succeed
Sworn into office in 2019, Chris Corry represents the 14th Legislative District, which includes most of Yakima County, all of Klickitat and Skamania counties, and a small portion of Eastern Clark County. After earning a bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of Washington, Chris's career path took...About Chris →