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Spin Control archive for May 15, 2014

THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2014

4th Cong District: Then there were 10

The number of candidate's for Central Washington's 4th Congressional District seat climbed into double digits for Thursday as a second Democrat and an independent joined the crowd. Tony Sandoval, a Yakima businessman, filed as a Democrat. Richard Wright of Kennewick, who ran unsuccessfully against Doc…

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Today's fun video: ID gov debate

There are about as many differences between Washington and Idaho politics as there are differences between the two states. As this video demonstrates, Idaho gubernatorial debates are quite a bit more entertaining, as dark horse candidates Harley Brown and Walt Bayes join Gov. Butch Otter…

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Seahawks get White House invite

The Seahawks are being invited to the White House next Wednesday for some presidential atta-boys. The White House announced President Obama will honor the team for their Super Bowl victory and "for their efforts to give back to their communities." Perhaps he'll also thank Richard…

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