u 2010 Washington General Election

Susan Fagan

A candidate for State Representative Pos. 1, Legislative District 09 in the 2010 Washington General Election

Party: Republican

Age: 66City: Pullman, WA

On this race: Elected Experience: Elected in 2009 to the Washington State House of Representatives

Other Professional Experience: Former director of public affairs at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, a high-tech manufacturer in Pullman; former U.S. Senate aide; forest landowner and manager; foundation in production agriculture raising wheat, barley, peas and lentils with cow-calf operation.

Education: Degree in business management from Lewis-Clark State College

Community Service: Boardmember, Pullman Chamber of Commerce; former boardmember of Inland Northwest Community Foundation, Northwest Children's Home and the Association of Washington Business

Statement: Susan Fagan is a leader utitlizing her background in high-tech manufacturing, forestry and farming to reform state government. Improving the economic climate is her top priority, and is key to ensuring quality schools, transportation improvements, public safety and helping those most in need.

Representative Fagan just completed her first session in Olympia and believes there are better ways to run state government. She knows we can't tax our way out of the recession but must grow ourselves to prosperity. We must prioritize programs, get spending under control, and encourage job creators and entrepreneurs to put people back to work.

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Last updated: Nov. 12, 5:37 p.m. Election results

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Susan Fagan (R) 32,884 100%
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