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Brad Owen

A candidate for Lt. Governor, State of Washington in the 2012 Washington General Election

Party: Democrat

Age: 66

City: Shelton, WA

Occupation: incumbent lieutenant governor


On this race:

The incumbent, who served in Legislature for 20 years before being elected to this office in 1996, lists economic development and family wage jobs as top priority, along with substance abuse prevention, anti-bullying and child welfare.

Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Brad Owen (D) 1,463,776 53.68%
Bill Finkbeiner (R) 1,263,162 46.32%

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