A candidate for State Auditor, State of Washington in the 2012 Washington General Election
City: Poulsbo, WA
Occupation: lawyer; owner of a document-tracking service
First elected to the state House in 2006, Kelley served as chair of the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Committee from 2009-2011, and vice chair of the House Business and Financial Institutions Committee, which regulates the state’s financial institutions. In 2000, he founded a multi-state document-tracking service. He previously has served as a federal prosecutor, as a staff attorney for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and currently serves as a JAG lieutenant colonel in the Washington National Guard.
On this race:
Make sure tax dollars are used efficiently, find common ground among parties and independents Notable: Names winners of a yearly Common Cents Campaign