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Former Secretary of State Reed to speak at luncheon Wednesday

Post by Brad Shannon / The Olympian on May 13, 2013 at 6:33 pm | No Comments »
May 14, 2013 9:17 am
Sam Reed, as he prepared to retire as secretary of state in early January / File photo by Steve Bloom of The Olympian
Sam Reed, as he prepared to retire as secretary of state in early January / File photo by Steve Bloom of The Olympian

Former three-term secretary of state Sam Reed is scheduled to talk about his 45 years of public service in Lacey during the Wednesday noon luncheon of the Thurston County Mainstream Republicans. The talk is at the Hawks Prairie Restaurant and admission is $2 – plus lunch.

Reed, a social moderate who created the Mainstream Republicans of Washington political group, stepped down in January after serving 12 years overseeing the Office of the Secretary of State. Fellow Republican Kim Wyman won election last fall to take his place. Reed also served 23 years as Thurston County auditor and also worked as assistant secretary of state.

Our interview with Reed – in which he talked about his career –  is here.

To reserve a seat, call Dorothy Milhollin at 360-456-2992.

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