Representative June Robinson was first appointed to represent the 38th Legislative District in December 2013 and she was subsequently elected in 2014 and 2016. She currently serves on three legislative committees: Appropriations (Vice-Chair), Health Care & Wellness, and Agriculture and Natural Resources.

Rep. Robinson has a life-long commitment to public service. After college, she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in rural Jamaica for three years where she worked as a public health nutritionist. She has held leadership positions at Migrant Health Promotion, a national organization that strives to alleviate health disparities in rural and disenfranchised communities; at Community Health Center of Snohomish County and at the Housing Consortium of Everett and Snohomish County. Currently, she works as a Program Manager at Public Health Seattle & King County in the Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention Section.

Rep. Robinson grew up on a family dairy farm in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware and a Master’s in Public Health degree from the University of Michigan. She currently lives in Everett, where she has been an active community volunteer with United Way, the Everett School District, Providence Hospital and other organizations. She is the mother of two grown children, Colin and Garret.


  • An Update from Reps. Robinson and Sells on the Public Records Act | News - February 28, 2018
    Last week we passed Senate Bill 6617. We both voted in support of this bill. Both of our offices have received dozens of emails and phone calls from people concerned that it will limit government transparency. In fact, this is... READ MORE
  • Bill to address affordable housing crisis passes House | News - February 27, 2018
    Legislative News from Rep. June Robinson, D-Everett February 23, 2018 Bill to address affordable housing crisis passes House OLYMPIA – A bill to address the affordable housing and homelessness crisis across Washington passed out of the House today on a 52-46... READ MORE
  • E-newsletter: Addressing the opioid crisis, gun violence prevention, and other news from Olympia | E-newsletters - February 16, 2018
    Greetings, This has been an intense and busy week here in Olympia.  Wednesday was House of Origin Cutoff, which means that bills from their house of origin had until 5:00pm Wednesday to be debated and voted off the House or... READ MORE
  • Missed the 38th LD Telephone Town Hall? Get the audio here! | News - February 9, 2018
    My colleagues, Senator John McCoy, Representative Mike Sells, and I hosted a telephone town hall last week. I want to thank the almost 500 of you who got on the call for taking the time, and for your interest in... READ MORE
  • E-newsletter: Capital budget passes, long-term care bill on the move and other news from Olympia | E-newsletters - February 1, 2018
    Greetings! We are now in our fourth week of the 2018 Legislative Session. This is a critical week here in the Legislature as we near policy cutoff for bills being heard in committee. We are moving at break neck speed... READ MORE
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