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Steve Robinson

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

Party: Progressive Dem


On this race:

Elected Experience: No information submitted

Professional Experience: Policy Analyst, Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission for 26 years; Public Affairs Director, WA Department of Natural Resources; Owner, Robinson Communications; U.S. Army; Medal of Freedom Winner; Filmmaker, Emmy Award Winner; Newspaper Journalist, Pulitzer Prize-nominated

Education: University of Oregon, Bachelors in Journalism, Special Coordinator with the University's Law School on Climate Change

Community Service: Presidential-elect, Environmental Education Association of Washington; President, State Information Council; Vice President, Washington State Jaycees; President, Salmon Homecoming Alliance; Washington Wildlife and Recreation Coalition

Statement: Working class families and small businesses face a heavy burden and we have a responsibility to integrate community values with our economic goals to create clean energy jobs and local employment opportunities.  My priorities are the 3 E's; Environment, Education, and Economy. My combination of experience with the legislature, natural resource management, education, and business guarantee I'll be ready Day 1.

I'm supported by Congressman Norm Dicks, as well as many state legislators and community leaders, such as Sen. Kevin Ranker and Sen. Debbie Regala. Please join them in supporting me. Think Big! Vote Steve Robinson.

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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Competitors

Chris Reykdal

Democrat

Stew Henderson

Democrat

Judi Hoefling

Democrat

F. G. (Fred) Jensen

Prolife Democrat

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