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November 5, 2013 at 7:04 AM

Dunn, Dembowski, Upthegrove leading in King County Council races; Constantine headed for second term

UPDATE: 10:01 p.m. Shari Song said she was not yet ready to concede on Tuesday night to Reagan Dunn in the race for King County Council District 9. Dunn was leading Song 58 percent to 42 percent in initial returns. Dunn said he thought “voters were happy with the job I’m doing and saw through some of…


Comments | More in 2014 elections | Topics: Andy Massagli, Dave Upthegrove, Naomi Wilson

August 6, 2013 at 8:37 PM

Constantine rolling; few surprises in other King County races

King County Executive Dow Constantine breezed through Tuesday’s primary election with 76 percent of the vote. Civil engineer Alan Lobdell was leading the challengers with 12 percent of the vote counted Tuesday, while Everett Stewart had 7 percent and Goodspaceguy 4 percent. The top two vote-getters advance to the November general election. There were few surprises in…


Comments | More in Politics Northwest | Topics: dow constantine, King County Council, King County District 1

May 6, 2013 at 12:21 PM

King County update: Ryu undecided, Constantine quietly raising cash

Metropolitan King County Council member Rod Dembowski was appointed in February to a vacant seat, so now he’s defending his position in the fall election. And it looks like he might have an easier time than he expected. State Rep. Cindy Ryu, a popular Shoreline politician, was a finalist for the appointment and planned to run…


Comments | More in Politics Northwest | Topics: Cindy Ryu, dow constantine, Reagan Dunn

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…


Comments | More in Attorney General, homepage, Politics Northwest | Topics: Attorney General, Bob Ferguson, Reagan Dunn

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…


Comments | More in Attorney General | Topics: Bob Ferguson, Reagan Dunn

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…


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

November 1, 2012 at 10:57 AM

Final Washington Poll: Inslee leads narrowly, all initiatives looking good

Jay Inslee and Rob McKenna are still locked in a tight race for governor just days before the election, according to the last Washington Poll of the season. Inslee, a Democrat, led Republican Mckenna 48.7 percent to 45.6 percent among likely voters, a slight improvement for him from his 1-point lead in the poll’s mid-October…


Comments | More in Governor | Topics: Barack Obama, Bob Ferguson, charter schools

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…


Comments | More in Attorney General, homepage, Politics Northwest | Topics: attorney general's race, Bob Ferguson, Reagan Dunn

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…


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

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…


Comments | More in Attorney General, Governor, homepage, Marijuana, Politics Northwest | Topics: Bob Ferguson, elway research, James Watkins

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