A candidate for U.S. Representative, 4th District, Congressional District 4 in the 2020 Washington Primary Election, Aug. 4
City: Sunnyside, Washington
Education: Graduated from Sunnyside High School in 1973. Earned a bachelor’s in agricultural economics from Washington State University in 1977.
Political experience: Elected to Congress in 2014. Previously served as director of Washington Department of Agriculture 2009-2013, and before that as a state representative 2003-2009.
Work experience: Third-generation farmer. His family still operates an 850-acre farm near Sunnyside, growing hops, tree fruit and grapes.
Family: Married. Has two adult children.
Campaign contributions: Reported raising $1.6 million with $871,000 cash on hand as of June 30, 2022.
|Dan Newhouse (R)||101,539||57.43%|
|Doug McKinley (D)||46,471||26.28%|
|Sarena Sloot (R)||11,823||6.69%|
|Tracy Wright (R)||9,088||5.14%|
|Ryan Cooper (L)||4,080||2.31%|
|Evan Jones (I)||3,816||2.16%|
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