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Carol Gregory

A candidate for State Representative Pos. 2, Legislative District 30 in the 2010 Washington Primary Election

Party: Democrat


On this race:

Elected Experience: Never an elected politician.

Other Professional Experience: Lived and worked in King County for 47 years; Director of Burst for Prosperity – an initiative to help with job training, promotion of family wage jobs and small business development; Public School Teacher; Former President, Washington Education Association; Director of Small Business Improvement Council.

Education: BA, Education, University of Washington.

Community Service: Founder and member of King County City Year – year long community service program for 18-24 year olds; former Director of Highline School District Community Engagement Program; Mentor small community based nonprofits; Member King County Workforce Investment Council; Boys & Girls Club.

Statement: A former classroom teacher, mom, grandmother, and non-profit director, Carol Gregory has the right experience to tackle the challenges facing our community. The Director of the Burst for Prosperity Initiative, Carol is not a politician. Instead, she has over 45 years of leadership in our region as a workforce training expert, small business mentor, and longtime educator who has helped people move from low-wage jobs to family-wage jobs.

“I will work to hold government accountable, prioritize public schools, and create family wage jobs. Let’s turn this economy around and put Washington back to work. I ask for your vote.”

Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Carol Gregory (D) 9,227 44.01%
Katrina Asay (R) 5,629 26.85%
Ed Barney (R) 2,641 12.60%
Anthony Kalchik (R) 1,832 8.74%
Jerry Galland (R) 1,636 7.80%

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Competitors

Katrina Asay

Republican

Ed Barney

Republican

Anthony Kalchik

Republican

Jerry Galland

Republican

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