A candidate for State Representative Pos. 1, Legislative District 40 in the 2010 Washington Primary Election
Elected Experience: Tom Pasma has not been elected to office, but has worked as a citizen advocate to help draft and pass two pieces of legislation that benefitted our District
Other Professional Experience: Owner/Operator, Double S Quarter Horse Ranch, Bow; Professional Auctioneer raising thousands for local charities and non-profits
Education: Colorado State University, Equine Reproductive Management; Western School of Auctioneering
Community Service: 20 years in Skagit County; American Quarter Horse Association (Past President, WA Chapter); Coastal Conservation Association; Washington Farm Bureau; Board of Equi-Friends Therapeutic Riding Program; Blanchard Community Association; 25-30 charity auctions a year, including raising money for families facing overwhelming medical bills
Statement: As a small business owner, rancher and community volunteer, I have built a reputation as a leader who brings people together to find common sense solutions to complex problems. As an independent thinker with strong Democratic roots, I will focus on job creation, great schools, responsible budgets, and preservation of our environment and agricultural economy.
Innovative leadership and old fashioned values of hard work, respect, and dedication to our community are needed in Olympia to combat partisanship and special interests. I'm proud to be endorsed by Democrats and Republicans, unions and business leaders, environmentalists, teachers and hundreds of our neighbors.
|Kristine Lytton (D)||8,896||26.31%|
|Mike Newman (R)||5,876||17.38%|
|Tom Pasma (D)||5,308||15.70%|
|Dusty Gulleson (R)||5,295||15.66%|
|Thomas Boucher (D)||2,698||7.98%|
|Donna R. Miller (R)||2,579||7.63%|
|Chuck Carrell (R)||1,487||4.40%|
|Justin Van Dyk (D)||1,027||3.04%|
|Doug (Yoshe) Revelle (H)||647||1.91%|