US House, WA-06

Emily Randall


  • Supports a just transition to a clean energy economy 
  • Will invest in clean energy jobs and infrastructure
  • Current Deputy Majority Leader in the Washington State Senate


  • Open seat previously held by Representative Derek Kilmer 
  • Keeping this seat under pro-environment leadership will help win a pro-environmental majority in the House, making it easier to pass climate legislation at the federal level


Emily Randall is running to represent Washington’s 6th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. Emily is a third generation Washingtonian, born and raised in Port Orchard. She also currently serves as the Deputy Majority Leader in the Washington State Senate, where she serves on the Senate Higher Education & Workforce Development Committee, the Senate Health & Long-Term Care and Ways & Means Committees. She supports a just and fair transition away from fossil fuels and investments in clean energy jobs and infrastructure. If elected to Congress, she will push for innovating ways to accelerate the country’s transitions to a more green and clean economy.

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