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Sunday, September 22, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Terry Harder

A candidate for State Senator, Legislative District 29 in the 2010 Washington Primary Election

Party: Republican

On this race:

Elected Experience: Precinct Committee Officer District 29-522

Other Professional Experience: Small Business Specialist for a National Bank and Account Manager for a National Office Supply Company

Education: AA Electronics and Many company Electronics and Sales schools

Community Service: Co founder of Operation Support Our Troops (OSOT). I helped to organize many rallies in support of our troops, OSOT has sent holiday packages to 165,000 troops (yes one hundred sixty five thousand) in the last 7 years. OSOT has put on Christmas Parties for our wounded warriors at Madigan Hospital and helped Fischer House with many donations. Vice Chair Northwest division of Washington State Army Grassroots Advisory Board 

Statement: We need a change in Washington!

I will work to create a job friendly business environment; Small businesses with fewer than 50 employees account for 49 percent of Washington's non-government workforce. Alarmingly, Washington has one of the highest small business failure rates in the nation. I will work to make our state attractive to business again so that businesses can provide the jobs needed for a vibrant economy. With your help I will work to enhance education and help to prepare our children for that prosperous future.

Your voice must be heard, you voted to limit taxes and yet the Senate voted to suspend your will and increased taxes! I Support Performance Audits and Priorities in Government and am against a state income tax. I am committed to responsible state spending and efficient use of your tax dollars. I will support legislation to help Washington's Veterans and their families.

We need a change in Washington from business as usual and career politicians to new ideas of priorities, efficiency and prosperity. Vote for a change, Vote for common sense, Vote for Terry Harder.

Election results

Candidate Votes Pct
Steve Conway (D) 7,550 56.94 %
Terry Harder (R) 3,901 29.42 %
Ken Paulson (I) 1,808 13.64 %

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Steve Conway


Ken Paulson