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Bill Finkbeiner

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

Party: Republican

Age: 47

City: Kirkland, WA

Occupation: owns real estate investment firm


On this race:

The 42-year-old former legislator owns a real estate investment business, says he work for a more cooperative, less partisan Senate, get rid aisle separating parties, reduce partisan staff, reduce influence of lobbyists Notable: Served as Senate majority leader

Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Brad Owen (D) 591,457 48.69%
Bill Finkbeiner (R) 317,969 26.18%
Glenn Anderson (I) 211,503 17.41%
James Robert Deal (D) 46,281 3.81%
MarK Greene (D) 42,134 3.47%
Dave T. Sumner IV (N) 5,431 0.45%

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Competitors

Brad Owen

Democrat

Glenn Anderson

Indep Republican

MarK Greene

Democracy Indep.

Dave T. Sumner IV

Neopopulist

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