Ann Davison Sattler
A candidate for Lieutenant Governor, State of Washington in the 2020 Washington Primary Election, Aug. 4
City: Seattle, Washington
Education: JT Pearce High School, Dallas; earned bachelor’s degree from Baylor University and law degree from Willamette University.
Work experience: Attorney
Political experience: Ran for Seattle City Council in 2019
- Web: neighborsforann.com
|Denny Heck (D)||596,289||25.06%|
|Marko Liias (D)||441,791||18.57%|
|Ann Davison Sattler (R)||285,597||12%|
|Marty McClendon (R)||271,995||11.43%|
|Richard (Dick) Muri (R)||241,939||10.17%|
|Michelle Jasmer (D)||212,387||8.93%|
|Joseph Brumbles (R)||174,823||7.35%|
|James Rafferty (D)||57,405||2.41%|
|Bill Penor (R)||49,225||2.07%|
|Matt Seymour (L)||27,125||1.14%|
|Jared Frerichs (L)||20,847||0.88%|
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