City: Spokane, Washington
Education: Graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School in Auburn, Washington, in 1983. Licensed by Nash Beauty School in 1984.
Political experience: Elected to current seat in the state House of Representatives in 2018.
Work experience: Former owner of Estes & Graham Home Rentals, LLC. Served in U.S. Army Reserves.
Family: Married to Curtis Graham. Has three adult children.
Campaign finance: Raised more than $56,500, as of Sept. 23, 2022, according to the Public Disclosure Commission. Top contributors include Kaiser Aluminum, Avista Corp, Cathy McMorris Rodgers for Congress, the Washington Indian Gaming Association Campaign for Tribal Self-Reliance and the Washington State Troopers Political Action Committee.
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New Legislature starts session with most diverse membership.
During the 2018 election cycle, voters in the region appear to be split along geographic, as well as party, lines. We depict that split in 6 races.
Graham maintains lead in close state House race; general obligation bond still on-track to pass; other updates
Jenny Graham remains ahead of Dave Wilson for a 6th District legislative seat.
Republican Jenny Graham is ahead of her Democrat opponent Dave Wilson by a mere 250 votes in the 6th Legislative District position two race. Graham has earned 50.32 percent of the votes, while Wilson holds 49.68 percent of the 39,094 votes.
Voters in Washington’s 6th Legislative District have clear choices when they step into the ballot box. Jeff Holy, Mike Volz and Jenny Graham would best represent the region.
In televised debate with Dave Wilson, House candidate Jenny Graham says death penalty not racially disproportionate
In a debate with Democrat Dave Wilson, Republican Jenny Graham correctly said there were more white people than black people on death row and that she supported maintaining the death penalty. Wilson said he had concerns about the sentences being handed out disproportionately, a contention that has been supported by research conducted by the University of Washington.
Five candidates vying for the West Plains’ three open seats answered Eastern Washington University student’s questions on social policy and criminal justice reform in a public forum Wednesday.
A Republican-turned-Democrat and an advocate-turned-politician are vying for an open House seat in what may be Eastern Washington’s only swing district. Republican Jenny Graham views taxes as the single biggest impediment to creating a safer and more just society, and condemns any measure that smacks of a new tax.
Democrat Dave Wilson won 6th District primary with 42.7 percent of the votes, while Republican Jenny Graham came in second with 30.5 percent.
As primary election night approaches, Spokane County 6th District House candidate Dave Wilson has raised several thousand dollars more than his opponents. None of the candidates, Wilson included, thinks that guarantees a victory.