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Luis Moscoso

A candidate for State Representative Pos. 2, Legislative District 01 in the 2010 Washington Primary Election

Party: Democrat


On this race:

Elected Experience: No information submitted

Other Professional Experience: Government Relations Director, Washington Public Employees Association (WPEA); Staff Representative, WPEA; Organizational Improvement Specialist, Community Transit Executive Team; Bus Driver, Community Transit

Education: BA, University Of Iowa ('74); Graduate Studies, University of Iowa ('76); Certificate in Organization Development, Rosebridge Graduate School ('97); Certificate in Quality Improvement, UW Extension ('99)

Community Service: Board President: Institute for Washington's Future; Mountlake Terrace Community Policing Advisory Board; Transportation Policy Board: Puget Sound Regional Council; Organizer/former Board Member: NAACP-Snohomish County; Community Leadership Team: United Way of Snohomish Couny; Neutral Zone: Board Secretary (Anti-gang Program), City of Mountlake Terrace

Statement: A longtime community leader and one of Community Transit’s first drivers, Luis Moscoso knows this community and understands our concerns and priorities. We are in tough economic times and working families need a strong voice in Olympia. As a father, Luis knows we must invest in public education and job training to provide opportunities for family wage jobs to build strong, safe communities while protecting our Northwest environment.    As an independent voice, Luis will work to stimulate our economy, maintain a stable and responsible balanced budget, and demand government accountability. Let’s put Washington back to work!

Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Heidi Munson (R) 13,183 49.95%
Luis Moscoso (D) 7,074 26.80%
Dave Griffin (D) 6,135 23.25%

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