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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Today is Primary Election Day - please vote

Primary Election Day has finally arrived. If you have not yet cast your ballot, don't forget to do so. If you're an absentee voter, remember that your ballot must be postmarked by today or it won't count.

NPI is pleased today to release its endorsements in contested legislative races on the Democratic ballot across the state. You'll find those below, along with our already released endorsements in judicial races.

Legislative Races
  • State Rep. Legislative District #1, Pos. #1: Al O'Brien
  • State Rep. Legislative District #17, Pos. #2: Jack Burkman
  • State Senate, Legislative District #32: Darlene Fairley
  • State Senate, Legislative District #35: Kyle Taylor Lucas
  • State Rep. Legislative District #43, Pos. #1: Dick Kelley
  • State Senate, Legislative District #44: Lillian Kaufer
  • State Senate, Legislative District #47: Claudia Kauffman
  • State Senate, Legislative District #48: Deb Eddy
State Supreme Court
  • Position 2: Susan Owens
  • Position 8: Justice Gerry Alexander
  • Position 9: Justice Tom Chambers
Court of Appeals
  • Division I, District #3, Position #1: Judge Mary Kay Becker
  • Division II, District #2, Position #3: Judge Christine Quinn-Brintall
  • Court of Appeals Div. II, Dist. #3, Pos. #1: Judge Joel Penoyar
On each page you'll find our statements concerning each endorsement, links to the endorsed candidates' websites, and a listing of other notable endorsements the candidate has received.

More information is available at our 2006 Elections Center - which provides the latest news and analysis on local, state, and federal races across the Pacific Northwest.

An important page accessible from the Elections Center is our 2006 Supported Candidates Overview page. This page highlights key candidates we support in this election cycle and includes a picture of the candidate, the office they're running for, and contribute/volunteer links.

Also, don't forget that tonight Pacific Northwest Portal will be providing live special coverage of the primary election returns, offering results and analysis.

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