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Mark Miloscia

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

Party: Democrat

Age: 58

City: Federal Way, WA

Occupation: Social worker, legislator

Education: Graduated from Francis Lewis High school in Flushing, New York in 1976. Earned bachelor’s degree in engineering at the Air Force Academy. Earned master’s in business administration at the University of North Dakota. Earned master’s in clinical psychology from Chapman University.

Work experience: Served in Air Force from 1976-1990; was a B-52 pilot and contract manager for Boeing’s B-1 program while in the military. Worked in management at Tacoma Goodwill for eight years in the 1990s. Served briefly as the interim executive director of Federal Way Youth and Family Services in 2000. Substitute teacher at Auburn School District. Former substitute teacher for Federal Way Public Schools and the Seattle Catholic Archdiocese

Political experience: Elected state senator in 2014 as a Republican. Served as state representative as a Democrat from 1999 until 2013. Served as chairman of the Senate Committee on Accountability and Reform. Served as commissioner of the Lakehaven Utility District in late 1990s.

Family: Married. Has three children.


On this race:

Issues: Restore public trust, make Washington most efficient state in nation, reduce waste and fraud, improve oversight Notable: Is a former B-52 pilot

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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Competitors

James Watkins

Republican

Troy Kelley

Democrat

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