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Brad Owen 15th Lieutenant Governor of Washington Incumbent Assumed office  January 15, 1997 Governor Gary Locke Christine Gregoire Preceded by Joel Pritchard Member of the Washington Senate from the 35th district In office January 10, 1983 – January 15, 1997 Preceded by Ruthe Ridder Succeeded by Lena Swanson Member of the Washington House of Representatives from the 24th district In office January 10, 1977 – January 10, 1983 Preceded by Leona Savage Osterman Succeeded by Richard Fisch Born May 23, 1950 (1950-05-23) (age 60) Tacoma, Washington, United States Nationality American Political party Democratic Party Spouse(s) Linda Owen Children Shanie Owen Dana Owen Sherri Owen Mark Owen Adam Owen Royce Owen Residence Shelton, Washington Occupation Politician, small business owner Religion Protestant Website Bradley Owen (born May 23, 1950) is an American politician. He is a member of the Democratic Party and currently serves as the 15th Lieutenant Governor of Washington. Owen is the longest currently serving Lieutenant Governor. In the event of the governor leaving office, Owen would assume the position of governor until a special election could be held. Owen was a small business owner before entering politics. He was elected as Shelton City Finance Commissioner and to the Washington House of Representatives in 1976, and served in those capacities until 1983, when he was elected to the Washington State Senate. In 1989, he formed a non-profit organization called Strategies for Youth to fight substance abuse among Washington's young people. In 1996, Owen moved from the legislature to the executive branch with his election as lieutenant governor. He was re-elected to that position in 2000, 2004 and 2008. His current term expires in January 2013. On April 2, 2008, the King of Spain bestowed the Order of Isabella the Catholic, or Spanish knighthood, on Owen.[1] References ^ King of Spain to bestow Spanish knighthood on Lt. Governor Owen External links Lieutenant Governor of Washington Web site Strategies for Youth v · d · eCurrent lieutenant governors U.S. states and territories and next-in-line of succession for states and territories without lieutenant governors or where the office is vacant AL Ivey (R) AK Treadwell (R) AZ Bennett (R)1 AR Darr (R) CA Newsom (D) CO Garcia (D) CT Wyman (D) DE Denn (D) FL Carroll (R) GA Cagle (R) HI Schatz (D) ID Little (R) IL Simon (D) IN Skillman (R) IA Reynolds (R) KS Colyer (R) KY Mongiardo (D) LA Dardenne (R) ME Raye (R)2 MD Brown (D) MA Murray (D) MI Calley (R) MN Solon (D) MS Bryant (R) MO Kinder (R) MT Bohlinger (R) NE Sheehy (R) NV Krolicki (R) NH Bragdon (R)2 NJ Guadagno (R) NM Sanchez (R) NY Duffy (D) NC Dalton (D) ND Wrigley (R) OH Taylor (R) OK Lamb (R) OR Brown (D)1 PA Cawley (R) RI Roberts (D) SC Ard (R) SD Michels (R) TN Ramsey (R)2 TX Dewhurst (R) UT Bell (R) VT Scott (R) VA Bolling (R) WA Owen (D) WV Thompson (D)4 WI Kleefisch (R) WY Maxfield (R)1 DC Brown (D)3 Territories: AS Sunia (D) GU Tenorio (R) MP Inos (C) PR McClintock (D)1 VI Francis (D) 1 Secretary of State.   2 Senate President.    3 Chairman of the Council of the District of Columbia.    4 House Speaker v · d · eLieutenant Governors of Washington Laughton · Luce · Daniels · McBride · Coon · Hay · Hart · Coyle · Johnson · Gellatly · Meyers · Anderson · Cherberg · Pritchard · Owen Persondata Name Owen, Brad Alternative names Short description Politician Date of birth May 23, 1950 Place of birth Tacoma, Washington, United States Date of death Place of death