Washington by Region

Select a region from the map below to view related information.

Region Map

Senator Cantwell has six offices located across Washington state as well as an office in Washington, D.C. Her state offices are located in: Seattle, Tacoma, Vancouver, Everett, Richland, and Spokane. Click on the map to the right to view related information about that region of the state, as well as view contact information for each state office.

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  • Puget Sound

    The Puget Sound metropolitan region is home to nearly 3.5 million people. At its hub is Seattle, the northernmost major U.S. city, with a population of more than 600,000. Seattle is surrounded by othe...
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  • Northwest Washington

    Northwest Washington provides an escape from the state’s bustling urban areas, offering recreation...
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  • Southwest Washington

    Bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west, the Columbia River to the south and the Cascade...
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  • Olympic Peninsula

    Bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean, on the east by Hood Canal and on the north by the Strait of Juan...
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  • Central Washington

    The dominant features of Central Washington include the Yakima Valley, the Yakama Indian Reservation...
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  • North Central Washington

    With a rich history of tree-fruit production, North Central Washington provides the world with apples...
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  • Eastern Washington

    Located in the heart of the Inland Northwest, Spokane – Washington state’s second-largest city – serves as...
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  • Southeast Washington

    Southeast Washington is home to the number-one wheat producing county in the U.S. every year...
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  • Washington, D.C.

    Founded on July 16, 1791, the city of Washington, D.C. was created as a “federal district” – a city that...
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