Nealey opens legislative office in Olympia

Less than two weeks from the beginning of the 2010 legislative session, Rep. Terry Nealey has opened his office in Olympia and is ready for business.

Nealey, R-Dayton, was elected in November and sworn into office Dec. 1 to serve the 16th Legislative District, which is comprised of Columbia and Walla Walla counties, and of parts of Benton and Franklin counties.

“Having taken office more than a month before the start of session, I have a head start and have hit the ground running. Our office is now open for business in Olympia during session, and shortly after the Legislature adjourns I plan to open a legislative office in the district,” said Nealey. “I’m looking forward to serving citizens throughout the 16th District. My goal is to make it convenient and easy for people to contact me with their questions, comments, ideas and concerns.”

Nealey has hired Meagan Allen as his legislative assistant. Allen is the former executive manager of the Marcus Whitman Hotel and Conference Center in Walla Walla. She also has experience as a small business owner.

“I plan to continue the 16th District’s long-standing tradition of commitment, responsible leadership, and accessibility to our constituents. With Meagan’s capable assistance, my office is well organized and ready to serve,” added Nealey.

The legislative session begins Jan. 11 in Olympia and is scheduled for 60 days. Nealey’s Olympia office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Citizens wishing to contact Nealey’s office may use the following information:

Rep. Terry Nealey
402 John L. O’Brien Building
P.O. Box 40600
Olympia, WA 98504-0600



TELEPHONE: (360) 786-7828


# # #

Contact: John Sattgast, Senior Information Officer: (360) 786-7257


Washington State House Republican Communications