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Category: Attorney General
January 15, 2013 at 12:49 PM

McKenna appears to show support for Obamacare during Gregoire speech

Note: This post has been updated with a response from Dan Sytman, a spokesman for the Attorney General’s Office. Outgoing Republican Attorney General Rob McKenna, who joined a lawsuit against President Obama’s healthcare overhaul, appeared to show support for the law during Gov. Chris Gregoire’s farewell speech Tuesday. McKenna’s gesture was small — he stood up, along with…

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December 4, 2012 at 1:57 PM

13 apply for Bob Ferguson’s King County Council seat

Thirteen candidates have applied to fill an upcoming vacancy on the Metropolitan King County Council, the county announced Tuesday. The applicants, all North King County residents, are hoping to succeed District 1’s Bob Ferguson, who will be sworn in as the state’s attorney general Jan. 16. An advisory committee appointed by Executive Dow Constantine will narrow…

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November 8, 2012 at 11:24 AM

Candidates jostling for Bob Ferguson’s King County Council seat

With Bob Ferguson’s victory in the attorney general’s race, county officials now turn to the process of appointing his successor on the Metropolitan King County Council. That successor would serve next year, and the November 2013 election would determine the winner of a full four-year term for Ferguson’s District 1 seat. District 1 includes northeast Seattle, Shoreline, Lake…

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November 8, 2012 at 10:20 AM

Dunn concedes in AG’s race

Reagan Dunn conceded this morning in the state attorney general’s race. Dunn said he had a “great conversation” with winner Bob Ferguson in which congratulated his fellow Metropolitan King County Council member. Ferguson leads with 53 percent of the vote counted through Wednesday. Here’s his statement: “This morning I congratulated Washington’s next attorney general, Bob Ferguson, on his…

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November 7, 2012 at 7:31 PM

AP: Democrat Bob Ferguson elected state’s next attorney general

The Associated Press has called Washington state’s closely-watched attorney general race for Bob Ferguson, the Democrat. Ferguson, a Metropolitan King County Council member, was beating fellow Councilmember Reagan Dunn, a Republican, by 114,429 votes in updated vote totals released Wednesday evening. Ferguson had 52.8 percent to Dunn’s 47.2 percent, according to the Secretary of State’s office. That’s…

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November 7, 2012 at 12:37 PM

Baby calling Reagan and Paige Dunn

Reagan and Paige Dunn on Election Night. (Photo by Seattle Times) Republican candidate for attorney general Reagan Dunn had quite an election night. His wife, Paige Green Dunn, due to deliver a baby girl any day now, grabbed him while he was doing a TV interview at the Bellevue Hyatt gathering for Republicans Tuesday night. “She was having…

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Comments | More in 2014 elections, Attorney General, homepage | Topics: Bob Ferguson, Metropolitan King County Council, Reagan Dunn

November 6, 2012 at 8:39 PM

Ferguson leads Dunn in attorney general’s race

In the state’s most expensive and perhaps ugliest attorney general’s race, Democrat Bob Ferguson held a sizeable lead over Republican Reagan Dunn with 1.4 million votes cast. Ferguson was leading 54 percent to Dunn’s 46 percent in initial returns. The contest featured two rising political stars and showcased the importance of the open seat they’re seeking; outside…

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November 5, 2012 at 6:00 AM

Monday briefing: mail voting woes, heavy-duty voter contact, Romney and Sandy

Good morning: Almost show time: Election Day, at long last, is Tuesday. Get ready for a fair amount of grousing about slow ballot counting; ballots late, lost or missing; and everything else you can blame on various elections departments. Here’s a doozy. Seattle Weekly  wonders  aloud if the state’s all mail ballot system increases domestic violence….

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Comments | More in Attorney General, Governor, homepage, Politics Northwest | Topics: election day, hurricane sandy, romnet

October 26, 2012 at 11:16 AM

And now for ads by the AG candidates themselves

We’ve spent considerable space on ads by national groups in the state attorney general’s race. We thought you might want to see the ads paid for by candidates Bob Ferguson and Reagan Dunn. Here’s the Ferguson ad. And here’s the Dunn one. They both share thematic similarities with the national ads. (Dunn would…

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October 25, 2012 at 4:35 PM

More political ads in The Seattle Times

Readers of The Seattle Times print editions Thursday morning were greeted with more full-page political ads for candidates the newspaper’s editorial board has endorsed. But these new ads — for Democratic U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell and Republican Attorney General candidate Reagan Dunn — are different from the controversial spots for Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna…

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Comments | More in Attorney General, Governor, homepage, Politics Northwest, U.S. Senate | Topics: Maria Cantwell, Reagan Dunn, Rob McKenna

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