Stephen Pidgeon

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Stephen Pidgeon
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Attorney General of Washington
Former Candidate
Bachelor'sUniversity of Alaska
J.D.Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College
Place of birthUkiah, California
ProfessionAttorney, CEO, Minister
ReligionChristian Evangelist
Personal website
(dead link) Campaign website
Stephen Pidgeon is business executive and attorney and former 2012 Republican candidate for Attorney General of Washington. Pidgeon lost in the primary election on August 7, 2012 to King County Councilmen Reagan Dunn (R) and Bob Ferguson (D).[1]


  • B.A. in Justice and Piano Performance, University of Alaska (Anchorage)
  • J.D. Northwestern School of Law of Lewis and Clark College



Stephen Pidgeon (R) was a 2012 candidate for Washington Attorney General
See also: Washington attorney general election, 2012

Pidgeon announced his candidacy on January 12, 2012. He ran in the attorney general primary election on August 7, and was defeated by King Councilmen Reagan Dunn (R) and Bob Ferguson (D), who will face off in the general election on November 6, 2012.[2]

Attorney General of Washington, Primary, 2012
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngBob Ferguson 51.7% 685,346
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngReagan Dunn 38.2% 506,524
     Republican Stephen Pidgeon 10.1% 134,185
Total Votes 1,326,055
Election Results via Washington Secretary of State (dead link)'


  • Same-sex marriage

Pidgeon is the CEO of, and the founder of DecaLogos International and The Faith Coalition, a Washington group that promotes the definition of marriage as between one man and one woman. If elected attorney general, he said he would focus heavily on preventing the legalization of gay marriage.[3]

  • Religious Freedoms

He provided a list of priorities on his 2012 campaign website. Among the list, he cited “protecting the rights of street evangelists to distribute flyers on public sidewalks and citizen journalists to freely assemble, keeping churches from being zoned out of selected areas of Washington cities, and protecting pastors from persecution.”[4]


Pidgeon lives with his wife and five children in Snohomish, Washington. He has lived in Washington since 1996.[5]



Old Federal Building
3002 Colby Avenue, Suite 306
Everett, Washington 98201

Tel: (425) 605-4774
Fax: (425)818-5371

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