u 2010 Washington Primary Election

Joe Fitzgibbon

A candidate for State Representative Pos. 2, Legislative District 34 in the 2010 Washington Primary Election

Party: Democrat

On this race: Elected Experience: Joe Fitzgibbon has not been elected to office, but he is the only candidate in the race who has experience working on behalf of the 34th District at the state, county and local level. He will bring a fresh perspective and strong voice to change Olympia.

Other Professional Experience: Legislative Assistant to Representative Sharon Nelson; King County Council Legislative Aide

Education: UW Evans School of Public Affairs; BA History & Political Science, Principia College

Community Service: Chair, Burien Planning Commission; campaign coordinator, Safe Sidewalks Now; member, Burien Shoreline Advisory Committee; Cascade Bicycle Club; Dow Constantine for King County Executive and progressive campaigns in our community

Statement: Joe Fitzgibbon is a proven, progressive leader.  He offers the new energy and demonstrated skills needed to hit the ground running and get results.  Environment: From shoreline protection to climate change, Joe has led and delivered.  Jobs and Economy: Invest in job training and clean energy; a tax structure that is fair for working families.  Transportation: Continue to fight for transit, light rail, ferries, and bridge repair.  Education: Quality teachers and affordable higher education are key to economic recovery.

Endorsements: WA Conservation Voters; Sierra Club; WA State Labor Council; SEIU; Teachers; Rep. Sharon Nelson; Burien Mayor Joan McGilton; many more!

Competitors

Mike Heavey Democrat
Geoffrey Mac McElroy Independent
Marcee Stone Democrat

Last updated: Sept. 1, 12:18 p.m. Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Joe Fitzgibbon (D) 9,315 34.61%
Mike Heavey (D) 8,814 32.75%
Geoffrey Mac McElroy (I) 4,954 18.41%
Marcee Stone (D) 3,830 14.23%
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