Washington House of Representatives elections, 2006

Washington House Of Representatives Elections, 2006

Washington House of Representatives elections, 2006

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The 2006 election for the Washington State House of Representatives was alongside the US elections.

Election results

District 1



District 2



District 3

In 2004, Alex Wood was challenged by David Stevens and won with 61.61% of the vote.

In 2004, Timm Ormsby was challenged by Ryan Leonard and won with 58.82% of the vote.

District 4

Seat 1

In 2004, Larry Crouse was challenged by Jim Peck (D) and won with 61.55% of the vote.

Seat 2

In 2004, Lynn Schindler was challenged by Ed Foote (D) and won with 65.85% of the vote.

District 5

Seat 1



In 2004, Jay Rodne was challenged by Jeff Griffin (D) and Keith Kemp (L) and won with 52.36% of the vote.

Seat 2



In 2004, Glenn Anderson was challenged by Barbara de Michele (D) and Beau Gunderson (L) and won with 54.07% of the vote.

District 6

Seat 1



In 2004, John Serben ran against Don Barlow (D) for an open seat (vacated when Brad Benson ran for State Senate) and won with 51.90% of the vote.

Seat 2



In 2004, John Ahern was challenged by Douglas Dobbins (D) and won with 60.56% of the vote.

District 7

Seat 1

  • Bob Sump (R) - Incumbent
  • Jack Miller (D) - Challenger
    • Website: http://www.electjackmiller.com


In 2004, Bob Sump was...
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