A candidate for Washington Secretary of State, State of Washington in the 2022 Washington Primary Election, Aug. 2
City: Federal Way, Washington
Education: Graduated from Francis Lewis High School in Flushing, New York in 1976. Earned bachelor’s degree in engineering at the Air Force Academy. Earned master’s in business administration at the University of North Dakota. Earned master’s in clinical psychology from Chapman University.
Work experience: Served in Air Force from 1976-1990; was a B-52 pilot and contract manager for Boeing’s B-1 program while in the military. Worked in management at Tacoma Goodwill for eight years in the 1990s. Served briefly as the interim executive director of Federal Way Youth and Family Services in 2000. Substitute teacher at Auburn School District. Former substitute teacher for Federal Way Public Schools and the Seattle Catholic Archdiocese.
Political experience: Elected state senator in 2014 as a Republican and served until 2019. Served as state representative as a Democrat from 1999 until 2013. Served as chairman of the Senate Committee on Accountability and Reform. Served as commissioner of the Lakehaven Utility District in late 1990s.
Family: Married to Meschell Miloscia. Has three children.
Campaign contributions: Raised $53,690, as of July 8. Top contributors include Mary Miloscia and Joseph Miloscia, of St. Louis; Larry Sundquist, home builder of Adamant Homes; George Petrie, of Goodman Real Estate; and James Mischel, CEO of Electric Mirror.
|Steve Hobbs (D)||730,261||40.26%|
|Julie Anderson (N)||233,373||12.86%|
|Keith Wagoner (R)||218,947||12.07%|
|Bob Hagglund (R)||217,043||11.96%|
|Mark Miloscia (R)||181,619||10.01%|
|Marquez Tiggs (D)||143,578||7.91%|
|Tamborine Borrelli (A)||82,605||4.55%|
|Kurtis Engle (U)||6,590||0.36%|
Haskell pulls ahead of Conklin in race for prosecutor; Anderson still on track to advance in Secy. of State race
Republican Larry Haskell and nonpartisan pastor Deb Conklin will likely face off in the November general election for Spokane County prosecutor.
Nonpartisan candidate Julie Anderson received the second most votes, with 12.9%, followed by Republican Bob Hagglund with 12.4%. Republican state Sen. Keith Wagoner trailed close behind with 12.2% of the vote.
For those who liking waiting to the last minute to cast their ballots, here’s a look at the candidate field.
Candidates kept the debate civil and mainly focused on their ideas for making state elections more secure and accessible.
The candidates include a county auditor, current and former state legislators, a data scientist, a banker and a business owner.