Rep. Larry Hoff takes oath of office

18th Legislative District lawmaker replaces Liz Pike, who did not run for re-election

Rep. Larry Hoff was sworn in to office this week as the newest state representative for the 18th Legislative District. He replaces former Rep. Liz Pike, who did not run for re-election.

Hoff, who has lived in Clark County for more than 40 years, recently retired as president and CEO of the $1 billion Fibre Federal Credit Union.

Rep. Larry Hoff was sworn in to office this week as the newest state representative for the 18th Legislative District. He replaces former Rep. Liz Pike, who did not run for re-election. Photo courtesy of Washington State House Republican Communications
Rep. Larry Hoff was sworn in to office this week as the newest state representative for the 18th Legislative District. He replaces former Rep. Liz Pike, who did not run for re-election. Photo courtesy of Washington State House Republican Communications

“It is truly humbling to have the opportunity to serve our 18th District communities in this new role as state representative,” said Hoff, R-Vancouver. “I look forward to bringing the voice and perspective of so many of my friends and neighbors to Olympia, and to delivering results on their behalf.”

Hoff has been appointed to three House committees. He will serve as the assistant ranking member of the House Consumer Protection and Business Committee, which considers an array of consumer protection issues, as well as the safety and soundness of state banks and credit unions, the regulation of consumer credit and lending, and the regulation of securities and investments. He will also serve on the House Appropriations Committee, which considers the operating budget, and on the House Labor and Workplace Standards Committee, which reviews legislation related to industrial insurance, unemployment compensation, collective bargaining, family leave, safety and health standards, occupational health, and employment standards.

“Each of these committees plays a vital role in the day-to-day operations of Washington state’s economy,” addedHoff. “The actions we take will affect millions of people, so it is my hope that we work together in a bipartisan way to get it right. We know Washingtonians don’t want tax increases, nor do they want unnecessary regulations that stifle economic growth. We should instead be focused on supporting policies this session that keep Washington state competitive, grow jobs, and encourage entrepreneurship and innovation.”

The 2019 legislative session began Jan. 14, and is scheduled to run for 105 consecutive days.

Information courtesy of Washington State House Republican Communications, houserepublicans.wa.gov

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