u 2010 Washington General Election

Bob Hasegawa

A candidate for State Representative Pos. 2, Legislative District 11 in the 2010 Washington General Election

Party: Democrat

On this race: Elected Experience: 11th District State Representative: 6 years

Other Professional Experience: Teamsters Local 174: Secretary/Treasurer, 9 years, member, 32 yrs; ATU member (Metro); Operating Engineers, 5 yrs; King County Labor Council Board, 7 yrs; Washington State Labor Council, VP

Education: Cleveland HS Seattle; Seattle Central Community College, Information Technology; Shoreline Community College: Labor Studies AA degree; Antioch University Seattle: Labor Studies & Organizational and Social Change BA; Operating Engineers, Journey-level; University of Washington, Evans School of Public Affairs: Master of Public Administration

Community Service: UofW Bridges Center for Labor Studies Board, Japanese American Citizens League, Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, Center for Social Justice, Reclaim the Media

Statement: Bob Hasegawa is a longtime labor, civil rights, and progressive activist who has proven he's an effective advocate for working families, small businesses, and social justice. Bob, a lifelong 11th District resident who lives in his childhood home, understands our District.  He fights for us, invigorated by the challenges and opportunities in our schools and communites. Bob reflects our strong work ethic that demands access to good jobs and economic development opportunities.

"I'm proud of my accomplishments, but much is left to be done. Thank you for your confidence in me to represent you in Olympia." --Bob Hasegawa

Competitors

John Potter Republican

Last updated: Nov. 12, 4:20 p.m. Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Bob Hasegawa (D) 20,710 69.85%
John Potter (R) 8,938 30.15%
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