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Rob McKenna won’t say where he stands on Tim Eyman’s I‑1125

Today’s Sun­day edi­tion of the Seat­tle Times has a sto­ry by Olympia cor­re­spon­dent Andrew Gar­ber exam­in­ing the cost and con­se­quences of Tim Eyman’s I‑1125, which Eyman got on the bal­lot using a boat­load of mon­ey from Belle­vue Square own­er Kem­per Free­man Jr. (one of his long­time wealthy bene­fac­tors). Gar­ber saw fit to ask Wash­ing­ton’s two […]

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Senator Maria Cantwell to get at least one declared opponent this Monday

At least one of three Repub­li­cans who has been con­tem­plat­ing a chal­lenge to Sen­a­tor Maria Cantwell next year is now telling the media that he plans to offi­cial­ly launch his cam­paign. Michael Baum­gart­ner, who defeat­ed Demo­c­rat Chris Marr in an expen­sive state Sen­ate race just last year, will hold an announce­ment event of some sort […]