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Topic: attorney general’s race

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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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September 14, 2012 at 2:29 PM

Poll: Gov race stays tight, but Dems lead all down the ballot

A new Elway Poll finds Washington’s gubernatorial contest remains tight, but there is plenty of scary news for Republicans in down-ballot races. The poll of 405 registered voters, conducted Sept. 9-12, found Democrat Jay Inslee leading Republican Rob McKenna, 44 to 41 percent. With the poll’s 5 percentage point margin of error, the finding confirms the race’s…

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Comments | More in Attorney General, Governor, Politics Northwest, Secretary of State | Topics: attorney general's race, Bob Ferguson, Jay Inslee

August 15, 2012 at 6:00 AM

Wednesday briefing: gov and AG race; Paul Ryan; pot talk

Good Morning. County-by-county results from the Aug. 7 primary in the Washington governor’s race.Source: Secretary of State’s office Admittedly late to the primary election analysis party,  I noticed an interesting, albeit predictable, pattern in primary election  voting.  Years ago, political consultant Bob Gogerty described the counties wrapping around Puget Sound as a J-shaped Pugetopolis that often…

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Comments | More in Basketball arena, Governor, homepage, Live chats, Politics Northwest | Topics: 36th district legislative race, attorney general's race, Bob Ferguson