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Kim Wyman (R) - Candidate for WA Secretary of State

Kim Wyman is running for WA Secretary of State Kim Wyman is running for WA Secretary of State

Political Party: Republican
Education: Master of Public Administration, Troy State University, European Division
Spouse: John Wyman
Religion: Christian
Date of Birth: July 15, 1962

Background:

As a four-term County Auditor, Kim leads a nationally recognized award-winning office. She streamlined the ballot count process - saving taxpayer dollars and providing meaningful election results earlier, led the way for email ballot delivery that improved military and overseas voter access, preserved important historic documents, and increased access to public records. As a state and nationally certified election administrator, Kim is a recognized elections expert and leader in the field. Kim served as the Thurston County Elections Supervisor from 1993-2001, Thurston County Assistant Recording Manager 1991-1993, U.S. Army Civilian Training Specialist 1989-1990, and as a Community Services Coordinator for the City of Lakewood, California from 1985-1989.

 

Top Five Priorities if Elected Secretary of State:

 - Maintain voter confidence in integrity of elections
 - Make it easier to do business in Washington state
 - Protect and preserve Washington state's history
 - Provide open and accessible government
 - Deliver meaningful election results earlier

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