General Information

Employment History

Reagan Dunn

Attorney General  - Washington

Affiliations

Board Member  - TVW

Board Member  - Stonehaven

Board Member  - Indian Summer Homeowners' Association

Web References  

http://www.historylink.org/File/11073

Ken Eikenberry (b. 1932) had represented the 36th District's Position 2 for three terms.
Sommers had helped craft a bill to address the system's longstanding problems, a measure that Eikenberry, unexpectedly, had voted against in the 1975 session. Eikenberry stayed in politics and would go on to serve as Washington's attorney general for 12 years. In 1992 he narrowly lost the gubernatorial election to Democrat Mike Lowry (b. 1939).

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http://www.cantonrep.com/topstories/x1837091582/Suarez-on-federal-charges-All-I-know-is-Im-innocent

Washington Attorney General Ken Eikenberry, a Republican, failed in his bid for governor in 1992.

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http://www.heraldnet.com/article/20130916/BLOG13/130919851/Dueling-ads-on-food-labeling-measure-hit-airwaves

The one for opponents that I saw features former Washington Attorney General Ken Eikenberry describing the measure as misleading because it will not require labels on many products containing genetically modified organisms such as meat and dairy products.

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