OLYMPIA, Wash. -

Washington lawmakers, the governor and other state officials got raises this month.

The hikes took effect Sept. 1, the second and final part of increases approved last year by a state salary-setting board.

Legislators got an 8 percent raise in 2015, the first pay bump since 2008, and received another 3 percent this month. They now earn $46,839 a year.

Gov. Jay Inslee got 1 percent more to push his annual salary to $173,617. Last year, he got a 3 percent boost.

After Inslee, the next highest paid statewide elected officer is Attorney General Bob Ferguson, who now makes $159,395.

The 16-member salary commission also approved higher salaries for eight statewide executive positions and Superior Court, District Court and Court of Appeals judges. Every executive and judicial position received a 1 percent raise, though some received more.