u 2010 Washington Primary Election

Tim Probst

A candidate for State Representative Pos. 1, Legislative District 17 in the 2010 Washington Primary Election

Party: Democrat

On this race: Elected Experience: Last election, you kicked out the incumbent and elected Tim. Tim voted against all taxes. He passed his economic agenda: 4,000 workers trained for new jobs, 600 business internships for students, 600 college scholarships, 2 laws cutting red tape for small businesses, 5,000 clean technology jobs, lower dropout rates, and a new engineering building for WSU Vancouver’s students. Tim avoids partisan extremes, and just does his job.

Other Professional Experience: 16 years experience as budget analyst, CEO of job placement organization, policy advisor, supporter of veterans programs.

Education: B.A., Notre Dame.

Community Service: Board Member: Clark County Skills Center Foundation, Chamber of Commerce Public Affairs Committee.

Statement: A father of four and former budget analyst, my moral compass is service to others.  I've fought against debt and spending for years, voted against all taxes, and against overturning I-960.

The only reason I do this job is to get real results for real people.  9,600 people in new jobs, training, and student internships.  New training benefits for soldiers returning from overseas.  2 new laws cutting red tape for small businesses.  I cut my office budget in half, and refused pay during special session.  Far more unites us than divides us.  Democrats, Republicans, Independents, I ask for your vote.

Competitors

Brian Peck Republican

Last updated: Sept. 1, 5:07 p.m. Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Brian Peck (R) 13,752 53.01%
Tim Probst (D) 12,188 46.99%
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