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Bo Tucker

A candidate for Spokane Valley City Council, position 6, City of Spokane Valley in the 2019 Washington Primary Election, Aug. 6

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City: Spokane Valley, WA

Why running: “I think there’s a sense of community in Spokane Valley that I really have enjoyed as a practitioner, helping the community with health and wellness issues. I don’t really think that Spokane Valley is turning into a bad place to live at all, but I want to continue to create what’s already created and maintain it.”

Pitch: “I’m a conservative individual and I’m a business owner. … I want to support community as far as business goes, maintain friendliness to businesses.”

Education: Graduated from Timpview High School in Provo, Utah, in 1987. Attended Brigham Young University for one year but did not obtain degree. Received associate’s degree in business from Orange Coast College and finished prerequisites to enter chiropractic school at De Anza College before obtaining doctorate in chiropractic medicine from Palmer College.

Work experience: Before going to chiropractic school, Tucker worked at a Save Mart grocery store deli and in construction in California. He also worked at as an assistant manager at Oilmax, a company that does quick oil changes, while in college. After finishing his education, he moved to Spokane Valley in 1997 to work as a chiropractor at University Chiropractic in Spokane Valley. He started his own business, Chiropractic Wellness Center, in 1998 and currently owns and operates it. Also has invented and patented a chiropractic and physical therapy tool that releases tension in muscles.

Political experience: None. First-time candidate.

Personal: Married. Has six children.

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Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
Tim Hattenburg 6,884 44.50%
Bo Tucker 4,509 29.15%
Pat Stretch 2,770 17.91%
Shaun Stanfield 1,306 8.44%

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