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Daily Archives: October 24th, 2011

Poll Watch: Support for Eyman’s I‑1125 sinks

Excerpt: Local poll­ster Stu­art Elway, whose firm has been sur­vey­ing pub­lic opin­ion in Wash­ing­ton State for many years, has anoth­er sur­vey mea­sur­ing sup­port for I‑1125 out today — the third in a series he has con­duct­ed for this election. The sur­vey found that sup­port for I‑1125 has sunk dra­mat­i­cal­ly, from fifty-six per­cent in favor last month […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Elections
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A conversation with John Stokes, Part 2: Let’s bring light rail and smart growth to Bellevue

Excerpt: Last week, I met up with  Belle­vue City Coun­cil can­di­date John Stokes in a Red­mond cof­fee shop.   John and I are con­nect­ed through our edu­ca­tion advo­ca­cy work and I know him to be a deep thinker and a ded­i­cat­ed advo­cate for chil­dren.  I want­ed to find out more about his deci­sion to run for office […]
Written by:Kathleen Reynolds
Categories:Elections, Unscheduled Programming
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