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Craig Pridemore

A candidate for State Auditor, State of Washington in the 2012 Washington Primary

Party: Democrat

Age: 55

City: Vancouver, WA

Occupation: finance manager

Political experience includes serving as a Clark County commissioner and as a state senator, chairing the Legislature’s Joint Legislative Audit & Review Committee. He ran for U.S. Congress in 2010 but dropped out of the race before the primary. He served as an intelligence analyst in the U.S. Army, and later as an administrator to a CPA firm.


On this race:

Issues: Use office to rebuild trust and maximize efficiency, not score partisan points, not allow audits designed to deny care rather than save money Notable: Has served on legislative audit review committee and Economic and Revenue Forecast Council

Election results

CandidateVotesPct
James Watkins (R) 534,552 46.37%
Troy Kelley (D) 267,784 23.23%
Craig Pridemore (D) 238,346 20.68%
Mark Miloscia (D) 112,054 9.72%

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James Watkins

Republican

Troy Kelley

Democrat

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