u 2010 Washington Primary Election

Scott Brumback

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

Party: Democrat

On this race: Elected Experience: Precinct Committee Officer.

Other Professional Experience: Partner, law firm of Hurst, Brumback & Brusic (1998-present). Rated “Outstanding performance, must promote” and “Best Qualified”, U.S. Army Officer’s Evaluation Reports since 1999. U.S. Army (armor, 1979-1983); Washington National Guard (armor, 1992-1997); U.S. Army Reserves (JAGC, 1997-present); Deputy prosecutor, Yakima County (1994-1995); Assistant Yakima City Attorney (1995-1998); U.S. Army prosecutor, Fort Hood, Texas (2007-2008); Member, Washington State Bar Association.

Education: B.A., Michigan State University; J.D., Case Western Reserve University.

Community Service: Mock trials, Riverside Christian School; Yakima Farmers’ Market; Life Member, NRA; member, The American Legion.

Statement: Government can lower taxes, spend less and effectively serve the people. People should keep what they earn unless there is a compelling reason for a tax or fee. Lower taxes unchain the ambitions of our citizens. I help manage a law firm. We obey the bottom-line. I demand the same of government.

Fiscal responsibility, clean drinking water, ending gang violence, quality education, respect for the law and serving the truly vulnerable are my priorities. Most people want the same things in life.  It would be an honor to serve you as your State Representative. Thank you.

Competitors

Norm Johnson Republican
Michele Strobel Republican

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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