u 2010 Washington Primary Election

Ann Rivers

A candidate for State Representative Pos. 1, Legislative District 18 in the 2010 Washington Primary Election

Party: Republican

On this race: Elected Experience: none

Other Professional Experience: Ann Rivers is a business owner in La Center and previous teacher.

Education: Ann Rivers has graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and History, and later obtained a Secondary Education teaching certificate and Natural Science Minor.

Community Service: Ann Rivers is a member of the Greater Clark County Rotary, on numerous boards, former board member of the Building Industry Association, former board member of Habitat for Humanity, vice-president of La Center scholarship foundation and Survivor Chairwoman for West Clark Relay for Life.

Statement: I’m Ann Rivers and I’ve been working for you!

I’m fighting for an open, transparent government. A government that listens to you, that keeps spending under control and understands how much it hurts the economy to raise taxes in a recession.  Everyone’s quality of life starts with a job, and the focus of the legislature must be to get us back to work. Our laws must be Constitutional and sensible, and our families must come before government. That’s what I will bring to Olympia. I'm Ann Rivers and with your vote, together we will make a difference!

Competitors

Dennis Kampe Democrat
Jon Russell Republican
Jon T. Haugen Neither
Brandon Vick Republican
Richard Carson Independent
Anthony Bittner Republican

Last updated: Sept. 1, 5:07 p.m. Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Dennis Kampe (D) 10,991 31.92%
Ann Rivers (R) 9,359 27.18%
Jon Russell (R) 7,718 22.41%
Jon T. Haugen (N) 2,333 6.78%
Brandon Vick (R) 2,033 5.90%
Richard Carson (I) 1,424 4.14%
Anthony Bittner (R) 575 1.67%
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