A candidate for House Pos. 1, Legislative District 4 (Spokane Valley) in the 2020 Washington General Election, Nov. 3
City: Spokane Valley, Washington
Education: Graduated from Central Valley High School in 1976. Earned a bachelor's degree in elementary education and history from Washington State University in 1983. Earned a master's degree in school administration from Whitworth College (now Whitworth University).
Work experience: Salesman at Freedom RV. Elementary school teacher in the Evergreen School district in San Jose, California, 1983-1994 and in the Central Valley School District from 1994-2016.
Political experience: Appointed to the Spokane Valley planning commission in 2012. Has served as a state representative since 2015. Father was longtime Spokane Valley legislator Bob McCaslin Sr.
Family: Married to Heather McCaslin. Has two children.
Campaign fundraising: Has raised $30,000 as of Sept. 28, 2022. Notable donors include U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Spokane Valley City Councilman Rod Higgins, 6th Legislative District Rep. Mike Volz, 4th Legislative District Sen. Mike Padden, 4th Legislative District Rep. Rob Chase and Spokane County Prosecutor Larry Haskell.
|Bob McCaslin (R)||54,119||60.40%|
|Lori Feagan (D)||35,486||39.60%|
Republicans Padden, Chase and McCaslin sail to victory in 4th District
Voters in the 4th Legislative District once again backed Republicans, but will have one new representative in Olympia.
4th District candidates Lori Feagan, Bob McCaslin disagree on seriousness of COVID-19
Candidates for the 4th Legislative District Lori Feagan and Bob McCaslin disagree on the seriousness of COVID-19 and how the state has responded it, with McCaslin saying the response was based on “doctored science” and Feagan, a nurse practitioner, saying it was based on public health policy, experts.
Primary shows Rep. Matt Shea remains big influence in GOP politics in Spokane Valley
While Matt Shea isn’t running for re-election, his influence can still be felt throughout Spokane Valley’s 4th Legislative District.
Bob McCaslin, Rob Chase will take on Democrats in 4th; Mike Padden tops Senate primary
The first night of results show voters in the 4th Legislative District still support Republicans who have aligned themselves with controversial state Rep. Matt Shea over moderate challengers.
4 candidates vie for Spokane Valley seat previously held by Matt Shea for 12 years
Three Republicans and one Democrat are vying for a Spokane Valley legislative seat held by controversial Republican state Rep. Matt Shea, who opted not to run for re-election.
4th District candidates scramble after Shea decides not to run
Spokane County’s 4th Legislative District is a reliably Republican stronghold that typically does not draw a crowd of aspiring candidates. But as with so many other things, 2020 has proved atypical.
House gives transportation budget strong support
A near unanimous House passed an update to the state’s transportation budget which would restart major projects without tax increases.