Hello! My name is Brandon Vick and I am your State Representative in Washington’s 18th Legislative District. I would like to thank you for the trust that you have shown in me over the last eight years, and humbly ask for your vote for re-election.

Rep. Brandon Vick

“One of my goals as a legislator is to continually find ways to improve the business climate in Washington. Every rule and regulation we can streamline or remove gives small businesses another reason to keep their doors open and operating in Washington.”

— Rep. Brandon Vick

Meet Brandon

I am running for re-election for a very simple reason. That reason is passion. Passion for our Country, passion for our State, and passion for our community.

As your State Representative, a husband, a father, a small business leader, and a long-term resident of the 18th District; I understand the challenges that are facing the people of SW Washington. While serving you in Olympia, it has been my pleasure to fight for the values that are important to you and I.

I am proud to have earned a reputation as an effective legislator who works hard to ensure that your voice is heard. I am pleased to be trusted to serve as the Ranking Member of the Business & Financial Services Committee, the Finance Committee, and the Commerce and Gaming Committee. I am honored to also serve as the House Republican representative to the Legislative Ethics Board, and the Washington State Gambling Commission. But of all of the things that I have accomplished, I am most proud to be a legislator who shows up and works tirelessly to find practical and meaningful solutions to today’s problems – making sure that your voice has been well represented in Olympia!

Being an effective legislator is a direct result of not only being a team player, but of stepping up to take the lead when it is needed. I am proud to have fought for balanced budgets while being responsible with taxpayer dollars. I am also proud of the work that we have done in making sure that K-12 education is our state’s top priority. Over the last eight years we have made historic investments in K-12 education. By refocusing the state’s priorities back onto education, we have been able to fully fund our K-12 education system. Unfortunately, some of that work has been undone by the majority party over the last 2 years, raising property taxes and relaxing accountability reforms. I will continue to advocate for reforms and improvements in how your tax dollars are spent while fighting to bring your property taxes back into alignment. I ask you today to allow me to continue that good work.

As a proud father and product of our local schools, there is nothing I want to see more than for our children to be given the best opportunity to succeed in an increasingly competitive global economy. We must make sure that more of you hard earned money makes it into the classroom, and that less is spent on bureaucracy.

As a small business leader, job creation is close to my heart. We must continue to do more to make sure that employers are given a friendly, stable, and predictable environment. Jobs can only be created if we make sure that regulations in our state are not overly burdensome, that permits are easily accessible, and that tax rates are stable and not prohibitive. By achieving these goals, we can get Washington back to work.

Lastly, we cannot overlook or overstate the impacts that our state is facing as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, and the Governor’s heavy-handed reaction to it. While I have been actively advocating for the Governor to call a special session immediately in an effort to get ahead of budgetary turmoil that our state will be facing, it appears as though he wants to wait until 2021. We already know that we will be facing a budget shortfall of nearly $9,000,000,000.00, and those number are likely to rise as those folks who make-up our economy are forced into failure. The solution to this problem is not new taxes (as are currently being proposed), but a measured and responsible realignment of our State’s priorities. As bad as our current situation may be, it is temporary and we will recover. There is no need to implement a permanent tax in order to combat a short-term problem.

Please continue to browse the website and become familiar with those who are supporting me, and my positions on the issues that are important to both you and I.

Again, my name is Brandon Vick and I am your State Representative in Washington’s 18th District. I will continue to work hard to earn your trust and support, and I would be honored to have your vote for re-election.

As always, thank you for allowing me to serve you!

Brandon's Bio

  • Personal

    Lifelong resident of Clark County
    Graduate of Hudson’s Bay High School
    Married his high school sweetheart, Darci
    Proud Father to Makena

  • Education

    A.A. from Clark College
    Attended Washington State University

  • Professional

    Elected Washington State Representative, District 18 Position 1 (2012 – Present)
    Sales and Marketing Manager for Vick Landscaping, a family owned and operated business founded by his grandfather in 1961
    Recipient of the Vancouver Business Journal’s “Accomplished and Under 40” Award – Class of 2011
    Graduate of Leadership Clark County – Class of 2010

  • Civic (past and present organizations, charities involvement):

    Eagle Scout
    Clark County Solid Waste Advisory Commission Board Member
    Boy Scout Merit Badge Counselor
    Habitat for Humanity Volunteer
    Past Boys & Girls Club Volunteer
    Former Treasurer – Washington Association of Landscape Professionals
    Building Industry Association Member
    Past Chairman, Clark County Republican Party
    Past Board Member of the Clark County Republican Party (10 years)
    Former Precinct Committee Officer
    Past involvement in over 15 campaigns for public office
    Past Treasurer of the Clark County Republican Party
    Former Director of the 18th Legislative District

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