u 2010 Washington Primary Election

Jason Hearn

A candidate for State Representative Pos. 1, Legislative District 22 in the 2010 Washington Primary Election

Party: GOP

On this race: Elected Experience:  Current Lacey City Council member.  Chair, Transportation.  Member, Finance and Economic Development, Community Relations and Public Affairs. County Wide Committees:  Solid Waste Advisory (Recycling), Emergency Medical Services, Joint Animal Services

Other Professional Experience:   Association of WA Businesses, Thurston County Chamber, Lacey Chamber, Economic Development Council, Association of WA Cities, Washington Realtor,  National Association of Catering Executives, NW Media Company,  The Community Guide, South Sound Woman MagazineSouth Sound Business Report TV Show,  ReachONE Internet, Custom Security Systems, Comcast

Education: BA; Broadcast Communications/Media Sales.  Minor; Business Management, Psychology

Community Service: Rotary International, Eagle Scout Board of Review, Salvation Army Board, Mt. View Church, Faith Assembly of Lacey

Statement: As a current Lacey Councilmember, I voted to reduce spending without cutting jobs or services.   A $3-$5 billion deficit is facing Washington State. This is a threat to our public and private sector jobs.  I'll work to stabilize jobs for public servants, while creating more opportunities in the private sector. I'll reject short term budget fixes in favor of reality-based budgeting.  I'll fund all retirement promises made to state employees.  My wife and I are raising three school age children, and I'll fund education first and advocate for local control to schools.  Vote Jason Hearn-A New Direction!

Competitors

Chris Reykdal Democrat
Stew Henderson Democrat
Judi Hoefling Democrat
Steve Robinson Progressive Dem
F. G. (Fred) Jensen Prolife Democrat

Last updated: Sept. 1, 1:35 p.m. Election results

CandidateVotesPct
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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