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Hans Zeiger

A candidate for State Representative Pos. 2, Legislative District 25 in the 2010 Washington Primary Election

Party: Republican

On this race:

Elected Experience: No information submitted

Other Professional Experience: Hans Zeiger is an author and a senior fellow at a national non-profit organization.

Education: Puyallup High School; BA, Hillsdale College; Master’s in Public Policy, Pepperdine University School of Public Policy

Community Service: Hans is active in our community, volunteering with the Ezra Meeker Historical Society, the Puyallup Fair Foundation and Boy Scout Troop 174. He was a columnist for the Puyallup Herald. He is a member of the Puyallup/Sumner Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee, Cascade Land Conservancy, the South Hill and Fife Historical Societies, and served on the Puyallup Veterans’ Memorial Dedication Committee. He is an Eagle Scout.

Statement: Hans Zeiger is running for State Representative to build up our communities, not our bureaucracies. The Zeigers have been leaders in our community for four generations. As the son, grandson and great-grandson of Puyallup teachers, Hans knows the value of education, work and public service. Olympia needs Zeiger Family values. The legislature has forgotten how to make tough decisions and their failures have hurt our local economy.  The road to economic recovery begins when we realize that government doesn't create jobs, people create jobs

Endorsed by Representative Bruce Dammeier, County Councilmember Joyce McDonald, and former Representative Dave Morell.  

Election results

Candidate Votes Pct
Dawn Morrell (D) 10,287 40.30 %
Hans Zeiger (R) 9,164 35.90 %
Steven Vermillion (R) 4,044 15.80 %
Ron Morehouse (D) 1,247 4.88 %
Larry Johnson (I) 548 2.15 %
Bryan Shaner (I) 243 0.95 %

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Dawn Morrell


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