Sen. Patty Murray joins Vice President Joe Biden in Vancouver today for a campaign rally, marking the second time in two weeks the veep has come to the state to campaign for Murray. Former president Bill Clinton was in Everett on Monday, and President Obama will be in Seattle Thursday.
Republicans, not surprisingly, have a less than positive take on this, calling this Day 2 of the "D.C. Bosses Tour."
Murray takes a break from appearances with national figures on Wednesday for a campaign stop in Spokane. Unless one considers the executive vice president of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare a national figure. It's at the West Central Community Center, 1603 N. Belt, at 10 a.m.
Dino Rossi, meanwhile, is in Seattle today accepting the endorsement from the Council of Metropolitan Police and Sheriffs.He'll make stops in Moses Lake, Yakima and Olympia on Wednesday.