City: Auburn, WA
Education: B.A Western Washington University
Political experience: Former state legislator, former King County councilman, former state GOP chairman
Work experience: Public affairs consultant, special assistant to OSPI, adjunct professor University of Washington.
Family: Married, two children
|Patty Murray (D)||1,709,520||59.30 %|
|Chris Vance (R)||1,175,088||40.70 %|
The latest Elway Poll suggests Washington’s statewide races will trend Democratic blue on Nov. 8.
Republican Chris Vance continued his criticism that Sen. Patty Murray is too much of an entrenched partisan to solve congressional deadlock as the two met Sunday evening in their second debate.
The two congressional races on Spokane County ballots feature the 5th Congressional District and a U.S. Senate seat. U.S. Senate: You won’t see U.S. Sen. Patty Murray on TV pounding the partisan talking points and widening the divide. That doesn’t mean she isn’t partisan (she is a close adviser to Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid), but it shows she has the temperament to keep the door open to negotiation and compromise. The popular narrative is that Congress is hopelessly gridlocked, but it’s only partly true.
Chris Vance, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, cancels the town hall meeting he had scheduled for Saturday in Spokane.
Republican Senate candidate Chris Vance will hold a town hall meeting in Spokane on Saturday afternoon.
U.S. Senate candidates debate in Spokane next month.
Republican Senate candidate Chris Vance has moved the location of Monday evening’s Spokane Valley town hall meeting to the New Live Church.
Chris Vance, the chief Republican challenger for Washington’s U.S. Senate seat, says he won’t vote for Donald Trump in the upcoming primary or the general election.
Chris Vance, who is running against incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, said Thursday that unless a conservative third-party alternative comes forward by November, he won’t vote for president in the election.
Washington shouldn’t accept Syrian refugees until the federal government convinces them it’s safe, a group of Republican state lawmakers said.