Mosbrucker pages serve House during first week of session

Two students from the 14th District served as pages in the Washington State House of Representatives during the first week of the 2019 legislative session. Regan Richards of Lyle and Brandi Vance of Goldendale were sponsored by Rep. Gina Mosbrucker, R-Goldendale.

As pages, Regan and Brandi observed the Legislature in action and were responsible for delivering messages and documents to legislators in their offices, committee meetings and the House chamber during floor sessions.

Paging presents students with a unique educational opportunity to participate in the legislative process, such as presenting the flags, to operational chores like distributing amendments during legislative sessions. To become a page, applicants must have a legislative sponsor and be between the ages of 14 and 16. Additionally, pages are required to obtain written permission from their parents and school.

Regan, 14, is a home-schooled student through High Prairie Academy, Lyle. She enjoys reading, writing and drawing. She lives on a small farm with goats and chickens. Her parents are Michael and Amanda Richards from Lyle.

Brandi is a student at Goldendale High School. A member of 4-H, she is an avid horse rider and competes on the Washington High School Equestrian Teams. She also enjoys spending time with her five-month old puppy, along with roping and jumping. Brandi is the 15-year-old daughter of Julie Vance, Goldendale, and Warren Vance, Mabton.


Washington State House Republican Communications