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Phil Folyer

A candidate for Liberty Lake City Council Position 1, City of Liberty Lake in the 2023 Washington General Election, Nov. 7

Age: 56

City: Liberty Lake, Washington

Education: Graduated from Granton High School in Granton, Wisconsin, in 1986. Earned an associate degree from Boise State University by transferring his military education credits.

Work experience: Owner of Morse Western Homes since 2002. He formerly worked as a superintendent for Parkland Homes in the 1990s, then as a project manager for Sullivan Homes for five years. He retired from the Army National Guard as a first sergeant after 21 years of service.

Political experience: Served on the Liberty Lake Council for four years.

Family: Married to wife Natalie Folyer with five children.

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Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
Linda M. Ball 2,151 58.36%
Phil Folyer 1,535 41.64%

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