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Marty McClendon

A candidate for Lt. Governor, State of Washington in the 2016 Washington General Election, Nov. 8

Party: Republican

Age: 52

City: Gig Harbor, WA

Education: Attended University of Washington and studied pre-medicine; certification training, including to become anesthesia technician, mortgage broker and life insurance agent.

Work experience: Anesthesia technician, 1987-2000; pastor of Gig Harbor Family Church, since 2013; real estate managing broker, 1999-present; radio talk show host at KLFE, AM-1590 in Seattle, 2015-present.

Political experience: Republican precinct committee officer.

Elected experience: Precinct committee officer 26-335, 26th Legislative District Republican Club president, 2012-2014.

Family: Married; has three children.

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Election results

Candidate Votes Pct
Cyrus Habib (D) 1,515,483 54.53 %
Marty McClendon (R) 1,263,485 45.47 %

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Cyrus Habib

Democratic

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Habib, McLaughlin for state offices

In the primary races for lieutenant governor and lands commissioner, the editorial board selected candidates who didn’t advance to the general election. The following are our reassessments in those contests. Lt. Governor: State Sen. Cyrus Habib, D-Bellevue, finished first in a crowded field, collecting a mere 22 percent of the vote. Marty McClendon, a Gig Harbor Republican, finished a close second.