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Randall Michaelis

A candidate for 7th District Representative, Position 1, Legislative District 7 (Northeastern Washington) in the 2018 Washington General Election, Nov. 6

Party: Democratic

City: Mead, WA

Education: Graduated from Mead High School in 1970. Attended Pacific University in Oregon for two years before transferring to Whitworth University and earning a bachelor’s degree in biology in 1974. Earned Master’s of Education in math and computer science from Eastern Washington University in 1983 and a doctorate in education from Washington State University in the mid-1990’s.

Work experience: Worked as an elementary school teacher for 11 years in the Mead, Auburn and Deer Park school districts. Began working for Whitworth University in July 1985 as the Director of Computer Education. He is now the Dean of the School of Education.

Political experience: None.

Family: Married. Has three children and five grandchildren.

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