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Mary Dye

A candidate for 9th District Representative, Position 1, Legislative District 9 (Southeastern Washington) in the 2018 Washington General Election, Nov. 6

Party: Republican

Age: 57

City: Pomeroy, WA

Education: Earned bachelor’s degree in plant science and crop management from the University of Idaho in 1983.

Political experience: Appointed to state House last year and won seat in special election in November; serves on the House Environment Committee, and Business and Financial Services Committee. Leader in the Save Our Dams organization to fight breaching Snake River hydroelectric dams.

Work experience: Has co-managed third-generation wheat farm since 1987. Served in Peace Corps in Thailand 1984-86 as an agricultural educator in Thailand.

Family: Married. Has children in their teens. 

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