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Election 2012 Hangover: Seattle Weekly Coverage Roundup

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So we're pretty much shot. We spent all damn election night glued to the TV, or the keyboard, or the smartphone, or all of the above, and now we're paying for it this morning. Actually, when this post goes live, there's a good chance I wont even be out of bed yet! It's like magic! Only better.

*See Also: Relive the Mitt Romney "Binders Full of Women" Memes While There's Still Time

In case you're wondering what kind of hot bloggin' action you missed last night on The Daily Weekly, here's the rundown ...

Nina Shapiro was at the I-502 party, which turned out to be pretty rockin' considering the fact the initiative cruised to victory. I'm pretty sure this means we all get to hotbox Rick Steves' Volvo now ...

Ellis Conklin tracked the Governor's race, which has yet to be decided. As of this writing, Jay Inslee holds a slim lead, but Rob McKenna is vowing to emerge victorious once all votes are counted.

Supporter of R74 are cautiously optimistic as our state sits on the verge of marriage equality, once and for all. It's about time.

It was bad news for public transit in Pierce, the state's second most populous county. Voters apparently didn't think maintaining bus service was worth a few tenths of a percent sales tax. I'm sure it'll be OK, though, you know, because no one in Tacoma depends on the bus or anything ...

Karen Porterfield cracked 40 percent of the vote in the redrawn 8th Congressional District, but it won't be enough to take down Reichert and his bags of money. If only she'd caught the Green River Killer ...

Fucking Eyman.

So, 919,360 Washingtonians voted against a tax that isn't even being collected.

Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn took to Twitter to applaud I-502 and Washington's legalization of pot.

And, lastly, President Obama put Mittens to rest and delivered this long-awaited victory speech.

The Daily Weekly's entire Election 2012 archive can be found here.

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