u 2012 Washington Primary

Bob Ferguson

A candidate for Attorney General, State of Washington in the 2012 Washington Primary

Party: Democrat

Age: 50City: Seattle, WA

Occupation: Lawyer

Lawyer and King County councilman. Began his legal career in Spokane as a law clerk for Chief Judge W. Fremming Nielsen of the U.S. District Court for Eastern Washington.

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Last updated: Aug. 10, 8 p.m. Election results

CandidateVotesPct
Bob Ferguson (D) 619,399 51.43%
Reagan Dunn (R) 464,379 38.56%
Stephen Pidgeon (R) 120,627 10.02%
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Attorney general race pits two co-workers

SEATTLE – The two men competing to be Washington’s next attorney general are co-workers, but that’s about as much similarity King County Councilmen Reagan Dunn and Bob Ferguson will admit to sharing. Dunn, a Republican, and Ferguson, a Democrat, have been trying to draw differences for months in their quest to succeed incumbent Rob McKenna, the GOP’s candidate for governor. Read more

Political Web ad violates TVW rule

OLYMPIA – The Democratic candidate for state attorney general is being accused of violating TVW broadcast rules by using the government cable channel’s footage in his latest commercial. The commercial for Bob Ferguson, which only appears on the Internet, features a brief video clip of his opponent, Republican Reagan Dunn, challenging a Ferguson allegation about poor attendance at King County Council meetings. Read more

TVW blasts Ferguson ad for AG

OLYMPIA – The Democratic candidate for state attorney general is being accused of violating TVW broadcast rules by using the government cable channel’s footage in his latest commercial. The commercial for Bob Ferguson, which only appears on the Internet, features a brief video clip of… Read more

Accusations highlighted AG debate between Dunn, Ferguson

For all the attention on this week’s debate between the two main gubernatorial hopefuls, it was really the showdown between two of the candidates for attorney general that was more exciting. And above is the link that highlighted it all, an exchange that started with… Read more

Post debate: AWB endorses McKenna, Dunn

In a move that may shock no one, the Association of Washington Business endorsed Republicans Rob McKenna for governor and Reagan Dunn for state attorney general. The business group, which functions as the state’s Chamber of Commerce, co-hosted debates in Spokane Wednesday for both offices… Read more

Attorney general candidates debate

Two candidates for state attorney general agreed on a few things in their first debate. Both support same-sex marriage. Both oppose legalizing marijuana for recreational use but support it for medical use. Both would press the federal government to keep to the schedule of cleaning up the waste at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. Read more

Gov, AG debates today in Spokane

Just a reminder that the two likely finalists for governor and state attorney general will be debating this afternoon in Spokane at the Bing Crosby Theater. Democrat Bob Ferguson and Republican Reagan Dunn are up first in the debates sponsored by the Association of Washington… Read more

Spin Control: Both sides fuel up for critical Spokane debate

Spokane will be in the political limelight Tuesday as Washington’s first gubernatorial debate of the season takes the stage at the Bing Crosby Theater. The Association of Washington Business and Greater Spokane Incorporated are co-hosting the premier head-to-head between Republican Rob McKenna and Democrat Jay Inslee at 3:30 p.m., the second debate on a two-event card. Two guys who want McKenna’s current job of state attorney general, Republican Reagan Dunn and Democrat Bob Ferguson, are the warm-up debate at 2 p.m. Read more

Gov debate set for Spokane?

What may well be the first gubernatorial debate of the Washington election season could happen June 12 in Spokane. Or not. The Association of Washington Business, which has a long history of gubernatorial matchups in front of its membership, wants to have Attorney General Rob… Read more