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Mohammad H. Said

A candidate for U.S. Senator in the 2010 Washington Primary Election

Party: Centrist

Age: 4

City: Ephrata, WA

Education: M.D., University of Granada, Ph.D. University of Madrid, Master Public Health, University of Toronto

Political experience: Run multiple times for state and federal office.

Work experience: Physician, has worked in multiple states for Veterans Affairs, currently has solo practice in Ephrata.

Family: Married, three children

Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
Patty Murray (D) 670,284 46.22%
Dino Rossi (R) 483,305 33.33%
Clint Didier (R) 185,034 12.76%
Paul Akers (R) 37,231 2.57%
James (Skip) Mercer 12,122 0.84%
Charles Allen (D) 11,525 0.79%
Bob Burr (D) 11,344 0.78%
Norma D. Gruber (R) 9,162 0.63%
Mike Latimer (R) 6,545 0.45%
Mike The Mover (D) 6,019 0.42%
Goodspaceguy (D) 4,718 0.33%
Will Baker (R) 4,593 0.32%
Mohammad H. Said (C) 3,387 0.23%
Schalk Leonard 2,818 0.19%
William Edward Chovil (R) 2,039 0.14%

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