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October 26, 2012 at 6:00 AM

Friday briefing: gender gap fizzles, Jefferson Co. spellcheck, drive-through voter registration

Good Morning. Happy Friday: What gender gap?:  The latest Elway Poll regarding Washington’s statewide races and ballot initiatives echoes what national pollsters have been seeing for a couple of weeks. Women voters, one of the most sought-after groups this election cycle, are changing their minds quite a bit. In the Elway Poll conducted Oct. 18-21,…

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October 24, 2012 at 12:22 PM

New Elway poll shows tight governor’s race, shift among women voters

A new Elway Poll finds Washington’s gubernatorial contest remains tight, but suggests Republicans are doing better with women voters. The latest survey shows Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna with a two-point lead (47 to 45 percent) over his Democratic opponent Jay Inslee. The poll surveyed 451 “likely voters,” which pollster Stuart Elway defined as people who’ve…

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