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August 7, 2013 at 7:36 PM

Murray and McGinn to face off in Seattle mayor’s race in November

Murray will win When an incumbent runs in a crowded primary field, an inordinate percentage of votes are cast either for or against the record of the incumbent. [“Murray vs. McGinn: showdown ahead,” page one, Aug. 7.] Accordingly, barring an egregious misstep between now and the day of the general election, Ed Murray is our next…

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July 17, 2013 at 7:37 PM

Endorsement of Ed Murray

Murray’s Senate experience is not promising The Seattle Times endorsement of Ed Murray seems to leave out his experiences in Olympia over the past six months. [“Editorial: The Times recommends Ed Murray for mayor of Seattle,” Opinion, July 14.] Reading The Times during that period, I hardly heard of him and his leadership. He did enter…

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May 30, 2013 at 1:02 PM

Mayoral candidate highlights strengths

Murray can’t compromise The Seattle Times article portrays state Sen. Ed Murray — now campaigning to be elected mayor of Seattle — as a balanced, effective leader in the Senate [“State senator says his ability to compromise is key to success,” NWTuesday, May 28]. Reading the article calls to mind the adage about politicians like Murray: ”Pay…

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