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McKenna adviser out for tweets

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New media ways to get into trouble

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About 250 attend Jindal event for McKenna

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Gov. Jindal visits Spokane for McKenna fundraiser

The frontrunner to be the Republican nominee for Washington governor brought a GOP star to Spokane on Wednesday to help raise money for his campaign. Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal – often listed as a potential vice presidential nominee this year as well as in 2008 – joined Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna soon after disembarking from a private jet at the Spokane International Airport Wednesday afternoon.

Spin Control: Political force is strong in this one

Politicians are always looking to expand their base, even when they divide the electorate into different groups. Business owners. Union members. Blue collar workers. Soccer moms. Seniors. College students. John Waite is offering some political training next week to a segment he believes is generally uninvolved, and as such, often underrepresented in politics: geeks.

Ruling highlights partisan split

OLYMPIA – When a divided U.S. Supreme Court settled the question Thursday of whether federal health care reform is constitutional, it turned up the spotlight on the issue for Washington’s hotly contested governor’s race. Republican Attorney General Rob McKenna, one of the original plaintiffs in the failed multistate challenge, said he was surprised by the ruling but insisted he was relieved, not disappointed.

Inslee: Time to move forward

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McKenna: We won on Commerce Clause argument

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Gregoire: A great day… but not for McKenna

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McKenna: Part of the checks and balances

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Hotline puts WA gov race No. 2

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Post debate: AWB endorses McKenna, Dunn

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Inslee, McKenna square off at Bing

The two leading candidates for Washington governor debated for the first time on Tuesday and agreed that new taxes aren’t needed to improve schools. But they disagreed on most other points, including education, in the hourlong debate at the Bing Crosby Theater in Spokane.

Gov debate: Tribal gaming

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