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Jay Molitor

A candidate for Millwood City Council, position 4, City of Millwood in the 2019 Washington General Election, Nov. 5


Age: 74

City: Millwood, Washington

Education: Graduated from Rogers High School in 1963 and later attended Spokane Community College and Gonzaga University but did not earn a degree.

Political experience: Lost bid for Millwood mayor in 2017.

Work experience: Started working at Roundup Co., a division of Fred Meyer, in 1967. The company was eventually sold to SuperValu, where he retired in 2003 as the vice president of business development, a position he had for six years.

Family: Married to wife Vikki and has two children and a grandson.

Election results

Candidate Votes Pct
Andrew Van Hees () 296 59.80 %
Jay Molitor () 199 40.20 %

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