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Kenneth E. Caylor

A candidate for Legislative District 9, State of Washington in the 2015 Washington Primary

Party: Democrat

Age: 82

City: Othello, WA

Caylor is a former Othello City Council member.

Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
Mary Dye (R) 7,258 47.86%
Kenneth E. Caylor (D) 4,047 26.68%
Richard Lathim (R) 3,861 25.46%

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