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Sunday, December 15, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Barbara Lampert (D)

Resume: 50, moved to Spokane in 1978 from Seattle … Nursing aide, Manor Care Convalescent and Rehabilitation Center; also handled insurance claims, Medical Service Corp.; worked as waitress … bachelor’s degree in economics, University of Washington; nursing home training through Unicare … Helped lead unsuccessful drive to recall Coroner Dexter Amend … Member of local League of Women Voters, National Rainbow Coalition … Single, no children.

Finances: Plans to spend no more than $2,000.

Why running: “I am willing and able to represent my fellow citizens in Olympia. I think that democracy requires involvement.”

Top priorities: Lists 10 - crime prevention, education, environment, health care, medical examiner, race relations, same-sex marriage, transportation, Washington recall procedure and leaner, cleaner government.

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