A candidate for State Representative Pos. 1, Legislative District 22 in the 2010 Washington Primary Election
On this race:
Elected Experience: City Council, Hyattsville, Maryland. (1992 - 1999)
Other Professional Experience: Founder, Third Way Consulting Group. (Olympia, 2005 - present.); Assistant Director, Washington State Department of Labor and Industries. (Olympia, 1999 - 2006.); Peace Corps Volunteer, Republic of Mauritania (Africa). (1981 - 1983.)
Education: BA, Policy Studies - Dartmouth College. (Hanover, NH, 1981); MA, Applied Behavioral Sciences - Leadership Institute of Seattle. (Seattle, WA, 1994)
Community Service: Volunteer, Thurston Climate Action Team. Henderson played a key role in building a broad coalition of business, government, and non-profit leaders to win $1.5 million in Federal grants to stimulate jobs and reduce ratepayers' energy bills by promoting energy efficiency in Thurston County. Statement: Stew Henderson is a proven, progressive leader who will fight for the values we share. Stew's priorities in the legislature: creating jobs, fully funding our schools, and protecting the environment.
A lifelong Democrat, Stew is the only candidate nominated by the Democratic Party. Stew has earned endorsements from former Congresswoman Jolene Unsoeld; County Commissioners Sandra Romero and Karen Valenzuela; Washington Federation of State Employees; Washington Conservation Voters; Sierra Club; and 13 Lacey, Tumwater, and Olympia City Councilmembers. Stew and his wife, Kathy Cox, met in the Peace Corps. Their sons Nat and Josh graduated from Olympia public schools.
|Jason Hearn (G)||11,796||34.28 %|
|Chris Reykdal (D)||9,322||27.09 %|
|Stew Henderson (D)||7,950||23.10 %|
|Judi Hoefling (D)||2,701||7.85 %|
|Steve Robinson (P)||1,741||5.06 %|
|Jeremy Miller (D)||514||1.49 %|
|F. G. (Fred) Jensen (P)||390||1.13 %|