Rep. Vick takes oath of office from home, ready to begin fifth term

State Representative, Brandon Vick, officially took the oath, Friday, to begin serving his fifth term in the Washington State House of Representatives. Vick, R-Vancouver, was sworn in remotely via Zoom, along with 36 other legislators, by Washington State Supreme Court Justice Debra Stephens.

“I'm honored to continue representing the people and businesses of the 18th District,” said Vick, who was reelected in November. “Although, these are very different circumstances than we've ever experienced, I'm still very much looking forward to this session. We have so much to accomplish to help the thousands of people who are still hurting because of the pandemic and subsequent restrictions.”

Vick will continue to serve as the ranking member of the Consumer Protection and Business Committee this session. He will also serve on the Commerce and Gaming and Finance committees.

“We're facing some very tough issues in our state, right now,” added Vick. “We have to work together to help Main Street' small businesses and citizens who are struggling through no fault of their own because of the governor's shutdowns and restrictions. Kids need to get back to school and small businesses need to reopen. It's time to get all of Washington safely back to work again.”

The 2021 legislative session begins Monday, Jan. 11, and is scheduled to last 105 consecutive days.


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