It is looking less and less likely there will be any sort of recount this year in Washington. Disappointment for political watchdogs who thrive on
It is looking less and less likely there will be any sort of recount this year in Washington. Disappointment for political watchdogs who thrive on getting paper cuts sorting through ballots. Relief by low-level bureaucrats running election offices.
Democrat Jim McIntire has declared victory in the race for State Treasurer. This shows that hanging out with Wilfred Brimley in front of Christian Science Reading Rooms is no longer a political liability.
Randy Dorn, effusing the raw sex appeal of an older John Holmes, narrowly defeated incumbent Terry Bergeson for the Superintendent of Public Instruction. Bergeson was reduced to the indignity of having to actually campaign for Republican votes earlier this year.
The Commissioner of Public Lands Doug Sutherland learned that, unless you're Benny Hill, making off-color remarks about a female subordinate is not a good way to gain favor with the masses.