About Rep. Drew MacEwen
Drew MacEwen was first elected to the House in 2012, and quickly emerged as a leader on issues including tax reform and education funding reform. Drew has brought a bold agenda to the Legislature, rooted in his experiences as both a business and civic leader in his community.
Drew is on the House Republican leadership team, currently serving as assistant floor leader. He is also the ranking member of the House Commerce and Gaming Committee, the assistant ranking member of the House Appropriations Committee, and a member of the House Capital Budget Committee.
Additionally, he serves on the Joint Committee on Veterans' and Military Affairs and the Joint Task Force on Economic Resilience of Maritime and Manufacturing in Washington. He is also an ex-officio member of the Washington Wildlife Recreation Coalition.
Drew served in the United States Navy for six years. After graduating from the Navy's Nuclear Propulsion Program, he served in the submarine force. Drew first developed a strong bond with western Washington after being stationed at Naval Base Kitsap. He went on to complete five strategic deterrent patrols on two different Ohio-class submarines, the USS Nevada and the USS Florida.
Upon completion of his naval service, Drew entered the financial services industry. He is the founder and president of the investment firm Falcon Financial Inc., located in Union, Washington. Drew has also invested in other businesses in Mason and Kitsap counties, including Smoking Mo's in Shelton and Central Dock in Port Orchard.
Drew is also active in several community organizations, including Rotary, Love, Inc., Mason General Hospital Foundation, Kitsap Medical Society, and is a past president of the Shelton-Mason Chamber of Commerce. Drew is an active member of the St. David's parish community in Shelton.
A strong advocate for improving government accountability, Drew is also committed to reforming the state's business and occupation tax code and encouraging private sector job growth to boost the economy. He has been recognized by local groups, as well as by the National Federation of Independent Business and Association of Washington Business, for his commitment to these priorities.
Drew resides in Union with his family.