The Washington State Citizens’ Commission on Salaries for Elected Officials is launching its every-other-year process to set pay for legislators, statewide elected officials and members of the judiciary. The first public testimony is being taken next Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 30-31, at the Phoenix Inn in downtown Olympia.
The news release is here:
A schedule of salaries for elected officials is here. Gov. Jay Inslee, for example, is highest paid among elected state officials, earning $166,891 under the commission’s salary schedule set in 2011. Supreme Court justices were just behind that at $164,221.