A candidate for State Representative Pos. 1, Legislative District 18 in the 2010 Washington Primary Election
On this race:
Elected Experience: No information submitted
Other Professional Experience: For the past 19 years I have served as the Director of the Clark County Skills Center, a regional technical high school serving 10 SW Washington school districts. I have also worked as a journeyman machinist, and I taught machine technology at Clark College and Prairie High School.
Education: I graduated from Ridgefield High School and Clark College with an Associate's degree in Machine Technology. I also served an apprenticeship with the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.
Community Service: I have served on numerous boards, including Leadership Clark County and the Washington Association of Career and Technical Education
Statement: Eighteenth district citizens are concerned about jobs, a balanced budget, educating our youth, limiting taxes and preserving the middle class, and those are exactly what I stand for. We must develop our future economy by providing educational opportunities for a highly educated and technically skilled workforce. My 31 years in education and workforce training, coupled with my fiscal conservatism, gives me the knowledge and expertise to accomplish these goals. I know the 18th district; I have lived here my entire life. I share your values, and I would be honored to represent you in Olympia. I ask for your vote.
|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%|