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Mohammad Said

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

Party: Centrist

Age: 3

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


On this race:

Elected Experience: National Platform comity for Wa State in 1988. Present comity chair for many years in Grant County. Vice President of the Democratic party of Grant County 1990

Other Professional Experience: Physician for 28 yrs. Solo Practice in Ephrata WA.

Education: M.D. with honors in Granada Spain 1967, PhD with honors at Madrid University 1972. Three board certifications (Internal Medicine, Family Medicine "pending 5th recertification exam", geriatrics medicine "pending 3rd recertification. Diploma in Public health "University of Toronto CA 1974

Community Service: Several among them, a Volunteer for over 6 yrs in Coyote Ridge Correction, In Connell WA Received award from Gov. Gregoire

Statement: Though long life democrat, I am running now on Centrist party losing my faith in both democratic and republican parties establishment as they are subservient to special interest groups particularly to AIPAC. As a physician with one of the highest medical degrees in the U.S.A. and after examining more than six thousand patients qualified for medical marijuana under State rules, it is important to make marijuana available and economical. It is helpful in conditions such as anxiety, depression, bipolar, PTSD, ADDH, etc. As Palestinian American, an expert in matters related to Muslim world, with eighty percent of President Obama's speech to Muslim world in Cairo and to Turkish Parliament came from my two letters to him.  His involvement in Afghanistan ill advised contrary to my letter. I believe his advisors and chief of staff, the Neo-leftist?, are no different from Neo-conservative of President Bush who put America in harm's way. Both groups care more about Israel than U.S.A. Grant County Democratic Convention passed resolution twenty years ago and reaffirmed this year for secular state in Palestine where Jews, Muslims and Christians can live like us with equal rights that I introduced. This will end the conflict.  In January 26th I was summoned to Washington DC in live debate to ninety million Arab audiences for 50 minutes through Al Jazeera that Obama was no different from Bush. My participation was tremendous. I educated Arab audience about our political system. I put my heart, soul, pocketbook as volunteer in his campaign so when he had a meeting with preachers in Brownsville, Texas on February 29, 2008, I was twenty miles away campaigning for him. I chose not to meet with him to protect his campaign. I could have been his Secretary of Health or special Envoy to Muslim world!

Election 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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Competitors

Patty Murray

Democrat

Dino Rossi

Republican

Clint Didier

Republican

Paul Akers

Republican

Charles Allen

Democrat

Bob Burr

Democrat

Norma D. Gruber

Republican

Mike Latimer

Republican

Mike The Mover

Democrat

Goodspaceguy

Democrat

Will Baker

Reform