Barbara Bailey

For other people named Barbara Bailey, see Barbara Bailey (disambiguation).
Barbara Bailey
Member of the Washington Senate
from the 10th district
Assumed office
January 14, 2013
Personal details
Political party Republican
Website Legislative website

Barbara Bailey is an American politician of the Republican Party. She is a member of the Washington Senate, representing the 10th district. She previously represented the 10th district in the Washington House of Representatives.[1]

Political career

State Representative

Bailey was first elected to the Washington State House of Representative in 2002.

While serving in the House, Bailey received the following awards:

State Senate

Barbara Bailey ran for State Senate in the 10th district, defeating the incumbent, Senator Mary Margaret Haugen with 52.8%.[2]

Bailey serves on the following committees:


Bailey holds a B.S. degree in psychology from the State University of New York. She also is a Certified Marketing Executive and Certified Hotel Administrator.

Prior to her work in the Legislature, Senator Bailey served as a member on the Oak Harbor Comprehensive Planning Task Force, Island County 2 Percent Lodging Tax Advisory Committee and the Island County Joint Committee on Tourism.

Senator Bailey lives in Oak Harbor with her husband, Butch Bailey (Capt., USN, Ret.), who teaches NJROTC in the Burlington-Edison School System. They have four grown children and nine grandchildren.


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