F. G. (Fred) Jensen
A candidate for State Representative Pos. 1, Legislative District 22 in the 2010 Washington Primary Election
Party: Prolife Democrat
On this race: Elected Experience: No information submitted
Other Professional Experience: As a licensed deck boy, I began my sea career before the age of 17 on a passenger liner running coastwise (East Coast). Wage was $35 per month. Aboard ship I suffered a compression fracture of the dorsal vertebra in a fall from a boom. After WWII I spent almost two years out of work doctoring T.B. in the U.S. Merchant Marine Hospital.
Education: My B.C.S. from Seattle U. is dated 1957. The M.B.A. was issued at Seton Hall U. in New Jersey.
Community Service: I earned a state license and as organizer, principle and teacher, helped found Holy Family School, Lacey.
Statement: We are seeing same-sexers, terminally ill, and unborn calling for rights to have life and sex and to destroy themselves at the same time. The GOP leadership has never granted their solid third of pro-life voters a fair share of Party control. Democrats need to rededicate themselves as the party of the people. We do not need colorably legal abortion, etc., to preserve the pursuit of happiness for ourselves and our posterity.
The PDC now permits a candidate to run if he does not believe in colleting contributions, but only spending his own money. Me, too.. Thank you.
Last updated: Sept. 1, 1:35 p.m. Election results
|Jason Hearn (G)||11,796||34.28%|
|Chris Reykdal (D)||9,322||27.09%|
|Stew Henderson (D)||7,950||23.10%|
|Judi Hoefling (D)||2,701||7.85%|
|Steve Robinson (P)||1,741||5.06%|
|Jeremy Miller (D)||514||1.49%|
|F. G. (Fred) Jensen (P)||390||1.13%|
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