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Kathleen Drew

A candidate for Secretary of State, State of Washington in the 2012 Washington General Election

Party: Democrat

Age: 55

City: Olympia, WA


On this race:

Wants to make initiative process more transparent, push for same-day voter registration, streamline registration services for corporations, charities and non-profits Notable: was gubernatorial adviser on streamlining government

Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Kim Wyman (R) 1,368,612 50.66%
Kathleen Drew (D) 1,332,842 49.34%

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Kim Wyman

Republican

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SEATTLE – The Democratic candidate for secretary of state conceded Saturday, making Kim Wyman Washington’s next top election officer and the only Republican to win a statewide election this year. In turn, Democrat Kathleen Drew came close to breaking a Republican grip on the secretary of state’s office. Democrats have not produced a secretary of state in nearly 50 years.


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