31 Facts About Don Benton

1. Don Benton has expressed concern at tolling plans outlined for the proposed bridge which, he claimed, could cost Clark County residents—many of whom commute to Portland, Oregon daily—$100 per month or more.

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2. Don Benton has expressed concern at tolling plans outlined for the proposed bridge which, he claimed, could cost Clark County residents—many of whom commute to Portland, Oregon daily—$100 per month or more.

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3. Don Benton has expressed concern at tolling plans outlined for the proposed bridge which, he claimed, could cost Clark County residents—many of whom commute to Portland, Oregon daily—$100 per month or more.

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4. Don Benton has expressed concern at tolling plans outlined for the proposed bridge which, he claimed, could cost Clark County residents—many of whom commute to Portland, Oregon daily—$100 per month or more.

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5. Don Benton declined to speak about Trump, other than to say he believes the president is doing an excellent job.

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6. Don Benton dismissed any possible liberties taken with his official biography.

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7. Don Benton has expressed concern at tolling plans outlined for the proposed bridge which, he claimed, could cost Clark County residents—many of whom commute to Portland, Oregon daily—$100 per month or more.

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8. Don Benton was the former president of the Riverside Cemetery Association and the Oxford County Shrine, a member of the Masons and the Kora Shrine.

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9. Don Benton continued his education at the University of Maine at Orono, earning a degree in Electrical Engineering in 1950, before completing OCS with the US Army.

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10. Don Benton has expressed concern at tolling plans outlined for the proposed bridge which, he claimed, could cost Clark County residents—many of whom commute to Portland, Oregon daily—$100 per month or more.

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11. Don Benton serves as a Republican state senator for the 17th District, covering Vancouver.

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12. Don Benton applied to lead Clark County's Human Resources Department, a move dripping with irony given how Councilors David Madore and Tom Mielke trod on county HR policies to hand the Vancouver senator his job as the director of the Environmental Services Department.

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13. Don Benton said Don Benton was trying to destroy her reputation because she voted against him in his unsuccessful bid for Republican caucus chair.

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14. Don Benton has had a colorful history in the state Legislature for two decades and as a former state Republican Party chairman.

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15. At the Selective Service, Don Benton will lead an agency that hasn't overseen a draft since 1973 after the Vietnam War.

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16. Don Benton has not returned voicemail and email messages asking for comment.

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17. On November 4, 2008, Don Benton was re-elected for the Seventeenth District of the Washington State Senate receiving 29,426 votes.

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18. Don Benton was unopposed in the August 7 blanket primary and defeated Tim Probst in the general election, which took place on November 6, 2012.

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19. Don Benton won re-election in the 2012 election for Washington State Senate District 17.

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20. Don Benton endorsed Mitt Romney in the 2012 presidential election.

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21. Don Benton served in the Washington House of Representatives from 1995 to 1997.

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22. Don Benton Parks and Recreation Director Stephanie Jones said this is the fourth year the department has hosted a mother-son event, but this is just the third year for the superhero dance.

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23. Don Benton has expressed concern at tolling plans outlined for the proposed bridge which, he claimed, could cost Clark County residents—many of whom commute to Portland, Oregon daily—$100 per month or more.

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24. In 2013, Don Benton introduced a bill that would require parents to be notified if their minor daughter was having an abortion.

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25. In 2000, Don Benton was elected chair of the Washington state Republican Party.

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26. Don Benton is a Washington state leader for the American Legislative Exchange Council.

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27. In 2012, Don Benton faced a tight and contentious race, edging Democratic challenger Tim Probst by less than 100 votes.

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28. Don Benton was first elected to public office when he won a seat in the Washington state House of Representatives in 1994.

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29. Don Benton served in the United States Army for three months, December 1975 to February 1976, to be trained for a specific job skill under the Guaranteed Training Enlistment Program.

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30. Don Benton served as campaign director for Donald Trump in Washington state in 2016.

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31. Don Benton is originally from Santa Clarita, California, and from 1997 until 2017 was a member of the Washington State Senate, where he represented Washington's 17th legislative district.

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