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September 18, 2012 at 11:40 AM

McKenna discontinues weekly media conference calls

Rob McKenna has decided to stop hosting weekly conference calls with reporters due to a lack of coverage and a number of questions seemingly derived from his opponent’s talking points, according to a campaign spokesman. McKenna, a Republican and the state’s attorney general, has been holding the half-hour calls with reporters on Tuesdays since Aug. 21,…

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July 20, 2012 at 1:00 PM

McKenna campaign debuts first TV ad

Updated to include video: Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna debuted his first television advertisement Friday at a luncheon with women leaders. The 30-second ad details McKenna’s “new direction for Washington,” listing several parts of his campaign platform, from reforming state government and increasing math and science education programs to making the state pay for half the cost…

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