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Chris Vance

A candidate for U.S. Senator, State of Washington in the 2016 Washington General Election, Nov. 8

Party: Republican

Age: 58

City: Auburn, WA

Education: B.A Western Washington University

Political experience: Former state legislator, former King County councilman, former state GOP chairman

Work experience: Public affairs consultant, special assistant to OSPI, adjunct professor University of Washington.

Family: Married, two children

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Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
Patty Murray (D) 1,709,520 59.26%
Chris Vance (R) 1,175,088 40.74%

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