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October 25, 2014 at 5:26 PM

Didier drama, Seattle poll numbers, the secrets of a first lady: your week in review

If you need something to to take your mind off the Marysville school shootings, there’s always the drama of politics. So, here’s what happened this week:

1. DelBene, Celis give 1st District a clear choice for Congress

2. U.S. Congres candidate Clint Didier drops suit against Newhouse campaign volunteer ; PAC backed by Slade Gorton attacks Clint Didier 

3. Seattle mayor, councilmembers receive favorable ratings in new poll

4. Bloomberg Group Puts Another $360,000 into Gun Control Measure (Publicola)

5. Unease about Oregon first lady haunts governor’s re-election

6. Citizen panel calls for state to keep tabs on Boeing tax breaks (Everett Herald)

7. State Supreme Court hears argument in Backpage.com sex-trafficking case

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