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Tiffany Smiley

A candidate for U.S. Senator, State of Washington in the 2022 Washington Primary Election, Aug. 2

Party: Republican

Age: 41

City: Richland, Washington

Education: Graduated from Pasco High School in 1989. Received a bachelor's of science in nursing from Whitworth University in 2004.

Work experience: Has been a veterans advocate since 2005. Worked as a triage nurse.

Political experience: None.

Family: Married to Scott Smiley. Three children.

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