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Eastwood was a candidate for the United States House of Representatives in 2004, running as a Republican in the First Congressional District of Washington against incumbent Democrat Jay Inslee and Libertarian candidate Charles Moore. He received 36% of the general election vote, well below Inslee's 62%. Eastwood campaigned on a socially conservative stand.
Eastwood is married and has four children.
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