At the time of his arrest, Thompson asked for a blood test and was taken to the hospital for that purpose, but the results of that blood test have not been released. Here is the police report from his arrest on June 29, 2019. The 4th page has the officer’s narrative about the incident including the blood test which is mentioned in the next to the last sentence.
A wife, mother and grandmother, Randy has experience in government and business. She’s excited to share her personal and professional experience with Richland, her home for the past 10 years.
When her two girls were very young, Randy worked as an assistant to Maryland state delegate Jennie Forehand, later joining the legislative staff of U.S. Sen. Ernest F. Hollings of South Carolina. She then became a Congressional legislative director, a job few women held at the time, to U.S. Rep. Lane Evans of Illinois.
Randy also has experience running family businesses. She helped her husband, Bob, run a mid-sized oil company that remains in the family to this day, almost 100 years after its founding. Randy has also been a partner in a family-owned commercial property business.
She moved to Richland in 2009 after Bob, an engineer, accepted a transfer to Hanford.
Randy is passionate about the environment.
She is certified in wetland delineation, trained in macroinvertebrate identification, and experienced in stormwater management issues.
For the past three years Randy has introduced Benton County 5th graders to the world of aquatic insects at the annual Salmon Summit. Her Benton County Heritage Garden has been featured on the Academy of Children’s Theatre Garden Tour.
What People Say
“Randy has worked tirelessly to elect women to offices in the eastern part of the state…”
National Women’s Political Caucus of Washington
“We like her goals, and if anyone has a chance creating a more inviting atmosphere at city council meetings, it’s Slovic.” Tri-City Herald Endorsement
“She will listen to us and will be a great advocate.”
Liz and Ed Temple, Richland
“Local 598 is confident that success in your campaign will promote prosperity for the hard-working men and women of UA 598 and their communities.”
United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada Local 598