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Rion Ametu

A candidate for 6th District Representative, Position 2, Legislative District 6 (West Plains and western Spokane) in the 2018 Washington Primary Election

Party: Democratic

Age: 40

City: Spokane, WA

Education: High school in college at DeVry University, current student at Spokane Falls Community College.

Political experience: Delegate for Bernie Sanders 2016 state convention in Olympia.

Work experience: Full-time student, drives for Uber. Served in U.S. Navy.

Family: Engaged. Has one child, one soon-to-be stepchild.

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Election results

Candidate Votes Pct
Dave Wilson (D) 10,051 42.72 %
Jenny Graham (R) 7,188 30.55 %
John W. Aiken Jr (R) 3,632 15.44 %
Rion Ametu (D) 2,659 11.30 %

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Dave Wilson

Democratic

Jenny Graham

Republican

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