u 2010 Washington General Election

Christopher Hurst

A candidate for State Representative Pos. 2, Legislative District 31 in the 2010 Washington General Election

Party: Independent Dem.

On this race: Elected Experience: Elected to the Washington State House of Representatives for the 31st Legislative District.  Chairman of the House Public Safety Committee overseeing criminal justice issues for the state.

Other Professional Experience: 25-year veteran police detective and Commander of a 15-city Homicide & Violent Crimes Task Force.  Chris is also an FAA certified Airline Transport Pilot.

Education: College degree in Aviation and extensive training by the state and federal government in law enforcement.

Community Service: Chris has been married to his wife, April, for 31 years; a son, Andrew, currently in the US Army, and daughter, Kimberly, in Enumclaw.  Members of Calvary Presbyterian Church in Enumclaw.    

Statement: As a veteran twenty-five year police detective, husband of a small business owner and father of a soldier injured in Iraq, Christopher Hurst understands our concerns and priorities. As our independent voice in Olympia, Chris voted against suspending voter approved I-960 and against raising taxes, made wise investments in education, and imposed tough sentences for sex and violent offenders. Chris is working to stimulate our economy; maintain a stable and responsible balanced budget; create jobs; protect citizens from criminals; and fight to see our tax dollars spent wisely.

Christopher Hurst:  An Independent voice for citizens wanting solutions, not partisan politics.

Competitors

Patrick Reed Republican

Last updated: Nov. 12, 4:54 p.m. Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Christopher Hurst (I) 26,883 58.01%
Patrick Reed (R) 19,461 41.99%
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