u 2010 Washington Primary Election

Norm Johnson

A candidate for State Representative Pos. 1, Legislative District 14 in the 2010 Washington Primary Election

Party: Republican

On this race: Elected Experience: State Representative (2 years), Yakima City Council (3 years), Toppenish Mayor (4 years), Toppenish City Council (22 years), Mabton City Council (2 years).

Other Professional Experience: United States Army; teacher, counselor and principal in Toppenish and Mabton school districts.

Education: Central Washington University, Bachelors of Arts degree; Fort Wright College of Holy Names (now Heritage University), Master of Arts degree.

Community Service: Yakima Regional Hospital trustee, Lions Club, Yakima Rotary Club, Toppenish Rodeo and Livestock board of directors, Yakima Chamber of Commerce.

Statement: Rep. Norm Johnson is a proven leader who knows how to get things done. He is a conservative Republican who has spent decades in the public arena fighting for lower taxes, fewer regulations and smaller government. For most of his life, Norm Johnson has served the Yakima Valley as a mayor, city councilman and active community volunteer. He has shown he is willing to work for and represent his neighbors.

Now Norm -- alongside his good friends Rep. Charles Ross and Sen. Curtis King -- is our voice in Olympia. Let's keep this team of proven leaders working for us.

Competitors

Michele Strobel Republican
Scott Brumback Democrat

Last updated: Sept. 1, 11:33 a.m. Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Norm Johnson (R) 10,129 44.26%
Michele Strobel (R) 8,053 35.19%
Scott Brumback (D) 4,702 20.55%
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