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Jacquelin Maycumber

A candidate for 7th District State Representative, Legislative District 7 (Northeastern Washington) in the 2017 Washington General Election, Nov. 7

Party: Republican

Age: 40

City: Colville, WA

Education: Graduated from Republic High School in 1998. Earned a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Colorado College in 2002. Received a Howard Hughes medical research grant to study HIV/AIDS. Graduated from the Law Enforcement Academy in El Paso County, Colorado.

Work experience: Worked for the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office from 2002-2004. Worked as legislative aid to then-Representative Shelly Short beginning in 2009.

Political experience: Appointed to state representative in early 2017. Elected in a special election in November 2017. Elected to the Republic School Board in 2015.

Family: Married to Marty Maycumber. Has three children.

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Election results

Candidate Votes Pct
Jacquelin Maycumber (R) 25,039 67.38 %
Susan Swanson (D) 12,122 32.62 %

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Susan Swanson

Democratic

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