WINTHROP – Real-life country doctor Ann Diamond, who declared in early November that she’ll run against state Rep. Cary Condotta for the 12th District House seat, so far has raised more campaign money than Condotta.
According to the Public Disclosure Commission, Diamond has raised $27,335-dollars for her campaign while Condotta has raised $17,150-dollars. Dr. Diamond is the founder of the Country Clinic in Winthrop said she’ll run as an independent, on a platform involving affordable and universal healthcare, local economic development and jobs, and preserving public lands.
Condotta and Diamond will square off in the next general election in November. The 12th District includes parts of Okanogan and Grant counties plus all of Chelan and Douglas Counties.