u 2010 Washington General Election

Marcie Maxwell

A candidate for State Representative Pos. 1, Legislative District 41 in the 2010 Washington General Election

Party: Democrat

On this race: Elected Experience: Elected 41st District State Representative. Vice Chairman, Education Committee; Vice Chairman, Community Development, Economic Development & Trade Committee; appointed to Quality Education Council / QEC. Previously elected Renton School Board Director. Elected by King County School Boards as Legislative Representative, Washington State School Directors.

Other Professional Experience: Successful business owner, 21 years, Marcie Maxwell & Lisa Lam, Realtors. Prior career, branch banking management.

Education: Highline College; Seattle Public Schools, K-12;

Community Service: Rotary Club, Past President; Renton Chamber of Commerce, Past Chairman; Kennydale Neighborhood Association, Past President; Renton PTA Council, Past President; Renton Community Foundation, founding board. Chinese Chamber, Bellevue, Mercer Island, Newcastle, Issaquah Chambers. Maiden name, Halela.

Statement: An experienced education leader, mom, and small business owner, Marcie Maxwell is a champion for public schools, job creation, and accountable government.  Like every other state, Washington has experienced difficult economic conditions. That's why Marcie helped pass a scaled down budget, saving taxpayers over $1 billion. Marcie prioritized education funding, passed new school accountability measures so our children can compete in the global economy, and worked to attract and keep innovative businesses. A former Renton Citizen of the Year, Marcie is supported by the League of Education Voters, and small business owners and neighbors throughout the Eastside.


Peter Dunbar Republican

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

Marcie Maxwell (D) 30,260 53.96%
Peter Dunbar (R) 25,815 46.04%
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