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Shahram Hadian

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

Party: Republican

Age: 45

City: Everett, WA

Occupation: Motivational speaker


On this race:

Issues: Make Washington a right-to-work state, gut Department of Ecology, confront illegal immigration. Notable: Was born and raised a Muslim, became a Christian 13 years ago. Ran unsuccessfully for legislature in 2010.

Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Jay Inslee (D) 599,135 46.78%
Rob McKenna (R) 554,303 43.28%
Rob Hill (R) 42,597 3.33%
Shahram Hadian (R) 40,118 3.13%
James White (I) 12,767 1%
Christian Joubert (H) 9,390 0.73%
L. Dale Sorgren (I) 8,711 0.68%
Max Sampson (R) 8,170 0.64%
Javier Lopez (R) 5,691 0.44%

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Competitors

Jay Inslee

Democrat

Rob McKenna

Republican

Rob Hill

Republican

James White

Independent

Christian Joubert

Holistic Party

L. Dale Sorgren

Independent

Max Sampson

Republican

Javier Lopez

Republican

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