Thank you for visiting my web page. It’s an honor to serve the 13th District in Olympia. Within these pages, you can learn more about me, my legislative priorities and what I’m working on. I also invite you to sign up for my email updates.
Born and raised in Quincy, I know and love the people and way of life of our region. It’s crucial we protect, nurture and grow the economy for us and future generations. That’s why access to water and supporting the agricultural industry are top priorities for me. We need to help, not hinder farmers and ranchers. Additionally, as a parent and long-time Quincy School Board member, I’m committed to expanding and supporting educational opportunities for all the children in our state.
There are many challenges facing our communities. As your state representative, I’ll do my best to find solutions while remaining a powerful advocate for our region’s values. Along with standing against burdensome tax increases, as a strong conservative, I will support public policy that makes the government more efficient and accountable for the money it spends.
Hearing from you helps me do a better job representing our district in Olympia. My door is always open. Please contact me anytime with your comments, questions or concerns about state government-related matters.
Rep. Alex Ybarra
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Washington is growing more unaffordable because of new taxes, fees, and regulations, coupled with a lack of significant tax relief. The cap-and-trade program has notably spiked fuel, energy, and grocery prices in the state. To alleviate the burden on Washingtonians, we must take action, including prohibiting income taxes, repealing the long-term care program and payroll tax, and returning a portion of the nearly $3.3 billion surplus tax dollars collected over the next four years to taxpayers.Learn how my colleagues and I are working to make Washington affordable again
Recent anti-police reforms have caused significant damage that must be addressed. One much-needed step, in my opinion, is reinstating vehicular pursuit laws, which would enable police to chase individuals committing auto theft and property crimes. Additionally, I am a strong advocate for supporting funding options for local law enforcement agencies to hire more officers. I firmly stand behind the recriminalization of hard drugs and believe in offering recruitment and retention bonuses to improve both the workforce and morale within our police force.Learn more about public safety solutions
We need to put students first. Despite increased funding for public schools, too many students have been left behind. Declining national and state test scores highlight the urgent need for intervention. Strategies such as deploying tutors and paraeducators can enhance outcomes, particularly in math and reading. Additionally, funding education savings accounts for low-income, special education-eligible, or students in persistently failing schools, along with establishing grant programs for economically disadvantaged areas to construct new schools, are vital to guarantee fair access to quality education for all children, regardless of their financial circumstances.Take a look at some K-12 education facts
Initially appointed, Alex Ybarra was later elected in 2019 as the state representative for the 13th District, which encompasses portions of Grant, Kittitas, and Yakima counties. Alex’s legislative priorities include protecting taxpayers, adequately funding schools, fostering the creation of more family-wage jobs, addressing water issues, and supporting agriculture. He...About Alex →