u 2010 Washington General Election

Tim Sutinen

A candidate for State Representative Pos. 2, Legislative District 19 in the 2010 Washington General Election

Party: Lower Taxes

On this race: Elected Experience: I'm proud to say that I'm not affiliated or associated with any part of our currently failing state government or our elected politicians. I bear none of the obvious responsibility or guilt they have for the mountain of taxes, debts, fees and regulations they have recklessly placed upon us.

Other Professional Experience: I'm the owner of a computer company which serves hundreds of local business. I have created many jobs and participated in the success of multiple businesses.

Education: Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator.  Enrolled in the School of hard knocks.

Community Service: 10 years on ADC Pathways to Employment board, twice as President.

Statement: I won't be joining any Party in Olympia. Why? It's not a time for parties. It's a time for action!  While we struggle to make ends meet, our politicians have given us $800 million in new taxes, and unemployment is almost 15%! We voted twice to keep vehicle tabs at $30 - So why are my truck tabs almost $100? 

Instead of action, we get more committees, more taxes, more Party talk. Stop the Party nonsense. Become a proud member of "Team Party Pooper" by voting to send me to Olympia.

Competitors

Last updated: Nov. 9, 4:27 p.m. Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Brian E. Blake (D) 23,225 52.41%
Tim Sutinen (L) 21,091 47.59%
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