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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: Graduated South Fremont High School in St. Anthony, Idaho. Earned bachelor’s in plant science management from University of Idaho in 1983.

Work experience: Co-manages third-generation wheat farm since 1987. Previously served as agricultural educator in Peace Corps in Ubon Thailand.

Political experience: State representative representing 9th Legislative District since 2016. Serves on House Environment Committee, Capital Budget Committee, and Appropriations Committee. Leader in the Save Our Dams organization to fight breaching Snake River hydroelectric dams.

Family: Married. Has three children.

Election results

Candidate Votes Pct
Mary Dye (R) 33,978 64.22 %
Jennifer Goulet (D) 18,931 35.78 %

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