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Turns To The East

A candidate for State Representative, Position A, Democratic Primary, Idaho Legislative District 4 in the 2016 Idaho Primary, May 17

Party: Democratic

City: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

The legislative candidate whose legal name is “Turns to the East” changed his name from Charles Russell Addy on March 17, 1994 in a naming service at the Congregational Unitarian Church in Woodstock, Ill. He’s a former customs and border protection officer on the Washington-Canada border, who moved to Coeur d’Alene in 2014 for semi-retirement. He’s holds a master’s degree in public administration from Michigan State University and a bachelor’s degree from Northern Michigan University.

Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
Patrick P. Mitchell (D) 509 78.19%
Turns To The East (D) 142 21.81%

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