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|U.S. House, Washington, District 1|
2012 one month short term special election
Sullivan ran in a special election to fill retiring representative Jay Inslee's seat for a one-month term before the 2012-2014 term begins. The special election took place on the same primary and general election dates as the full term. Washington was redistricted in 2012; the short-term replacement was elected by the pre-2012 district, and the representative for 2012-2014 was elected by the newly redrawn district.
Five full-term challengers also ran for the one-month term: Suzan DelBene (D), Laura Ruderman (D), Darshan Rauniyar (D), and John Koster (R), and Sullivan was one of six candidates who ran for just for the one-month term: Sullivan (D), Brian Berry (D), J. Byron Holcomb (D), Ruth Morrison (D), Steven Gerdes (R), and Bob Champion (I). He was defeated by Suzan DelBene and John Koster.
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- Edmonds Beacon "Sullivan eyes congressional stint," May 14, 2012
- Seattle Times "Special election to replace Inslee for 1 month," April 2, 2012
- Washington Secretary of State "Candidate Filings," Accessed May 18, 2012
- Washington Secretary of State "Top 2 Primary: FAQ," Accessed May 17, 2012
- AP Primary Results