Rep. Spencer Hutchins' News & Media


Rep. Spencer Hutchins, R-Gig Harbor, speaks against Senate Bill 5087 ahead of final passage. The bill – titled “Defects and Omissions” – repeals or amends several state statutes, including the state’s...

April 10, 2023

Rep. Spencer Hutchins, R-Gig Harbor, gives passionate floor speech against Senate Bill 5082 to eliminate advisory votes on new taxes. Hutchins points to the fact that advisory votes were created by...

April 10, 2023

Rep. Spencer Hutchins, R-Gig Harbor, offers a legislative video update with the latest on public safety, budgets and what to expect in the final few weeks of the 2023 Legislative Session.

April 7, 2023

During a late night debate on the operating budget, Rep. Spencer Hutchins, R-Gig Harbor, implores the House to pass an amendment that would have added funding to cover bonuses for new...

April 5, 2023

Rep. Spencer Hutchins, R-Gig Harbor, looks ahead at what he hopes the House gets done on public safety bills that came over from the Senate, including vehicular pursuits and the drug...

March 16, 2023

Rep. Spencer Hutchins, R-Gig Harbor, speaks against HB 1143 which includes many new requirements to purchase a firearm. Hutchins notes the bill will discourage law abiding citizens from buying guns to...

March 8, 2023

Rep. Spencer Hutchins, R-Gig Harbor, saw his first two bills pass off the House floor this week unanimously. House Bill 1540 would require all driver training courses in the state to...

March 2, 2023

Rep. Spencer Hutchins, R-Gig Harbor, speaks on the House Floor to House Bill 1334 his bill to exempt Public Transportation Benefit Districts – or local transit authorities – from having to...

March 1, 2023

You’re invited! Rep. Michelle Caldier, R-Gig Harbor, and Rep. Spencer Hutchins, R-Gig Harbor, are welcoming their fellow citizens in the 26th Legislative District to one of four in-person town halls in...

March 1, 2023

Rep. Spencer Hutchins, R-Gig Harbor, speaks on the House floor to House Bill 1540 to help reduce the spike in traffic fatalities on Washington roads by but adding a requirement that...

Feb. 28, 2023