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United States

U.S. House of RepresentativesCandidate for District 30

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Mark S. Reed

Businessman/Realtor/Rancher
38,778 votes (22.7%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Homelessness(mental illness/drug addiction) Establish a 30 day mandatory triage center for the worst of the homeless on our streets. It needs to be in cooperation with the federal, state and counties involved. Short term & long term mental health.
  • Drug rehabilitation, a 2, 3 & 5 year programs established replacing jail or prison sentences. Judicial and prison reforms are needed.
  • Replace the top down representation model. My district will come first focusing on bringing my constituents voice to DC instead of bringing DC’s voice to my district.

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Profession:Businessman/Realtor/Rancher
Semi retired, Semi retired (2015–current)
National rep for American Indians, National rep for American Indians — Elected position (2000–current)

Education

Pierce Junior College Business management, Business and architecture (1979)
Pierce college Business management, Business management and Architecture (1979)

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