City: Spokane Valley, WA
Education: Graduated from Central Valley High School in 1976. Earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and history from Washington State University in 1983. Earned a master’s degree in school administration from Whitworth University.
Work experience: Salesman at Freedom RV. Elementary school teacher in the Evergreen School District in San Jose, California, 1983-94, and in the Central Valley School District from 1994 to 2016.
Political experience: Appointed to the Spokane Valley planning commission in 2012. Elected state representative in 2014 and 2016. Son of longtime Spokane Valley legislator Bob McCaslin.
Family: Married. Has two children.
- Web: votebobmccaslin.com
|Bob McCaslin (R)||40,664||61.93 %|
|Mary May (D)||24,995||38.07 %|
Republican state Reps. Matt Shea and Bob McCaslin have fended off Democratic challengers in Eastern Washington’s 4th Legislative District.
The political arm of the Northwest Credit Union Association, which represents 180 credit unions in Washington, Oregon and Idaho, gave $1,000 to Shea’s campaign this year but recently asked the campaign to return the money. On Tuesday, a spokeswoman told Spokane Public Radio the association had reviewed Shea’s social media activity and determined “his beliefs do not reflect the views and values of our organization, member credit unions or customers.”
Spokane Valley Reps. Matt Shea and Bob McCaslin debate Democratic challengers Ted Cummings and Mary May
Candidates for the two House positions representing the 4th Legislative District shared vastly different views on health care, organized labor, immigration and other issues during a pair of debates Tuesday evening hosted by the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Political novice Mary May, a Democrat, acknowledges that unseating an incumbent Republican in a state House race in the GOP-dominated 4th Legislative District would be no easy task.
House gives final approval to the state’s Voting Rights Act.
Proposal renaming Appleway Trail in honor of former Sen. Bob McCaslin takes Valley council members by surprise
A proposed bill renaming Appleway Trail “Senator Bob McCaslin Trail” was presented at a Spokane Valley City Council meeting Tuesday – much to the surprise of a few council members.