Jaime Herrera Beutler

Jaime Herrera Beutler


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Jaime speaks on her bill to expand economic opportunity in Skamania County

2022-07-28 20:58:17

Jaime stands up for Southwest Washington Seniors

2022-06-30 19:44:08

Jaime presses for a vote to reverse police staffing shortages that are making communities less safe

2022-05-18 20:52:22

Jaime recognizes National Police Week

2022-05-12 14:04:43

Jaime Speaks on Bipartisan Legislation to Seal Underground Drug Tunnels at Southern Border

2022-04-05 20:41:41

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2022-03-29 17:03:26

Jaime testifies on her bill to grow jobs, expand business opportunities

2022-03-01 16:24:18

Jaime Herrera Beutler Introduces Bill to Incentivize States Like WA to Reverse Bad Police Laws

2022-01-26 21:00:47

Jaime Herrera Beutler questions Washington's Health Secretary over COVID vaccine allocations

2021-03-11 19:54:21

Jaime Herrera Beutler calls for small business relief

2020-12-10 19:57:37

Jaime celebrates 100 years of the 19th Amendment.

2020-08-19 19:36:23

Serving Southwest Washington // COVID-19 Resources

2020-07-17 18:19:24

Update on COVID-19 Hearing

2020-05-18 16:52:09

National Nurses Week

2020-05-07 16:12:19

Grocery store hours for seniors & at-risk folks

2020-05-07 16:06:12

Voting for the Paycheck Protection Program

2020-05-07 16:02:43

FAQs: Economic Impact Payments

2020-04-08 21:18:38

Jaime questions CDC Director during novel coronavirus outbreak.

2020-03-11 20:15:15

Jaime discusses the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act

2020-01-17 21:33:43

Jaime introduces bipartisan paid family leave legislation

2019-12-06 15:14:02

Contact Information

2352 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-3536
Fax 202-225-3478

Jaime Herrera Beutler was first elected to Congress at the age of 31 to represent Southwest Washington’s 3rd District at which time National Journal included her on their list of “The Top 25 Most Influential Washington Women Under 35.” Jaime was raised in Southwest Washington and brings an independent voice and a desire to serve her home community to Washington, D.C.

She is the first Hispanic in history to represent Washington state on the federal level, and was named to MSNBC’s “Top 10 Latino Politicians to Watch.”

Growing up, Jaime graduated from Prairie High School and was a member of Prairie’s women’s basketball team. She also participated in activities like 4-H, fishing at Battle Ground Lake on opening day and swimming in the Lewis River. Jaime has a deep appreciation for what makes Southwest Washington special.

Jaime earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from the University of Washington. As a Senior Legislative Aide for Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Spokane), Jaime served as the congresswoman’s lead advisor on health care policy, education, veterans’ and women’s issues. In 2007, she sought and was appointed to serve as a State Representative to Washington state’s 18th Legislative District by Democrat and Republican County Commissioners from Clark and Cowlitz Counties. She was reelected by 60% of the voters in 2008, and served in that position until being elected to Congress in 2010.

Jaime has developed a record of working productively with both Republicans and Democrats on solutions that protect our way of life in Southwest Washington. As a member of the House Appropriations Committee, Jaime has successfully secured federal support for vital priorities in the Columbia Gorge and coastal communities including maintenance of the Columbia River, dredging for small ports along the coast, and resources for salmon recovery. Jaime also successfully wrote and championed bipartisan legislation that’s now law to avert extinction of whole runs of salmon and steelhead by lethally removing some sea lions from the Columbia River. Through hard work and cooperation, Jaime helped garner the support of every member of the Pacific Northwest delegation for this solution.

Since first taking the oath of office, Jaime has focused on increasing jobs and economic opportunities for residents of Southwest Washington. Multiple Jaime-authored solutions to protect Southwest Washington small businesses as well as forest, fishing and manufacturing jobs have been signed into law.

She also co-founded the bipartisan Maternity Care Caucus, the first of its kind in Congress, and has been a champion for maternal and child health. Most notably, Jaime successfully spearheaded legislation that was signed into law to address maternal mortality, the largest step Congress has taken to prevent moms dying during pregnancy and childbirth. When her bipartisan ACE Kids Act became law, it allowed children with complex medical conditions to access life-saving treatment – regardless of their family’s income or their zip codes. And thanks to her BABES Act, TSA airport security is better trained to accommodate parents traveling with infants.

Jaime, her husband Daniel Beutler, and their children Abigail, Ethan and Isana, reside in Battle Ground.

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