Washington State Government Resources
Department of Licensing
From highway safety, vehicle and driver fraud, to the licensing and regulation of over 30 professions and businesses, public safety and consumer protection are the cornerstones of our responsibilities.
Department of Revenue
Welcome to the Washington State Department of Revenue. This site was created to give you easy, convenient access to information whenever you need it. Providing you with the information you need to meet your taxpaying responsibilities is our top priority. Whether you contact us via our web site, over the telephone, or in person, our commitment to you is prompt and professional assistance.
Washington State Attorney General
Welcome to the Washington State Attorney General's web site. As the public's lawyer, the Attorney General protects consumers, defends state laws, and helps to ensure that our most vulnerable citizens - our children and the elderly - are safe from abuse and neglect.
Washington State Governor
In order for Washington to continue to compete in the global economy, we must invest in education and skills, think beyond traditional infrastructure requirements and make sure companies know that Washington is open for business.
Washington State Legislature
The Washington State Legislature is a bicameral body with 49 members in the Senate and 98 members in the House of Representatives. Each district is served by one Senator and two House members.
Washington State Senate
The mission of the Washington State Senate is to exercise legislative powers granted by the State Constitution; to represent and provide leadership for the people of the state of Washington; to enact laws and oversee their administration; and to provide for the public well-being while protecting and maintaining the rights of the individual.
Washington State House of Representatives
Listing of the current 98 House members and links to their biographies, bill sponsorships, e-mail addresses, voting records, recent newsletters and press releases.
Washington Secretary of State
The Office of the Secretary of State was established with the adoption of the Washington State Constitution in 1889. The Secretary of State is elected every four years and is second in the line of succession to the Office of the Governor.
Washington State Treasurer
The State Treasurer has wide ranging responsibility for management of the state’s financial resources. As the chief fiscal officer, the State Treasurer is responsible for keeping the books and managing taxpayers’ money from the time it is collected in taxes until it is spent on programs funded by the Legislature.
Washington State Political Parties:
Washington State Democrats
The Washington State Democratic Central Committee (WSDCC) is the body that conducts business for the Washington State Democratic Party. They hold meetings roughly once a quarter, where they pass resolutions, elect officers, make endorsements, and discuss other matters.
Washington State Green Party
The Green Party offers a principled alternative to the Democratic and Republican Parties. Greens are committed to peace, social justice, environmental protection and grassroots democracy - fundamental values that have been largely abandoned by the two major parties.
Washington State Progressive / Independent Party
The Progressive Party of Washington is a revival of the original Bullmoose Party of 1912. The Party did very well in both the United States and Washington.We are primarily a political party, intending to run candidates, and endorse various initiatives and improve the lives of the average Washingtonian.
Washington State Republicans
Republicans believe that good government is based on the individual and family, that each person’s ability, dignity, freedom and responsibility must be honored and recognized. Our basic freedom, the value that makes our country unique in the world is rooted in Free Enterprise and the basic right to Private Property.