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Bob Apple

A candidate for State Representative Pos. 1, Legislative District 3 (central Spokane) in the 2010 Washington Primary Election

Party: Democrat

Age: 65

City: Spokane, Washington

Education: Graduated from Ferris High School in 1975. Attended classes at Spokane Community College, Spokane Falls Community College, Eastern Washington University and Gonzaga University, but never earned a degree.

Work experience: Retired. Previously ran the Comet Tavern in Hillyard for 17 years, formerly owned a roofing and contracting business and briefly ran a South Hill bar called Somewhere in 2014.

Political experience: Served on the Spokane City Council from 2004 to 2011. He previously ran unsuccessfully for a 6th Legislative District legislative position as a Republican in 1986 and as a Democrat for a 3rd District House seat in 2010 and 2012.

Family: Single. No children

Campaign fundraising: $79.90 as of Sept. 3, according to the Washington Public Disclosure Commission, all of which came from the candidate.

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Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
Dave White (R) 6,030 31.57%
Andy Billig (D) 5,894 30.86%
Bob Apple (D) 3,894 20.39%
Louise Chadez (D) 3,284 17.19%

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