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Preferred Party: N/A
Age: 47
Residence: Vancouver
Education: Bachelor's Degree in Leadership and Management (graduating in late 2024)
Occupation: Paraeducator at Evergreen High School
Experience: No prior experience
Online: electkeplar.com

Election(s)

2023 General Election

November 7, 2023

Evergreen School Board District 2

Chuck Keplar

46.78% 10,581 votes

Rob Perkins

53.22% 12,039 votes

2023 Primary Election

August 1, 2023

Evergreen School Board District 2

Chuck Keplar
Rob Perkins (incumbent)

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