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Larry Hoff, retired president/CEO of the $1 billion Fibre Federal Credit Union, will be launching his second career at age 66 as a new House of Representative for the state of Washington in January.

Hoff, a Republican, won his first election bid on against a former school board member Kathy Gillespie, a Democrat. On Nov. 6, Hoff received 37,255 votes (52%) to Gillespie’s 33,355 votes (47%), according to Washington’s Secretary of State.

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