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Tenth District Republican Senate Candidate Linda Haddon is trying to sink state plans to build a clone of the Steilacoom II ferry in favor of building a larger boat.
Whidbey Island politicians and business people have questioned the suitability of the Steilacoom II for the Keystone to Port Townend ferry route, but none have ridden the boat during heavy seas and told about it.
Enjoying the benefit of incumbency, Norma Smith is hot on the campaign trail pursuing her first election victory in a regional contest.
Oak Harbor is a spicier place to live with a little mustard on it.
They’ll be talking about her, so Sen. Mary Margaret Haugen will be listening in on the phone call. In a take on the old party line concept, up to 1,500 telephone users could be on the phone Wednesday, June 18, as a partisan group hosts a “Ferry Telephone Town Hall” to, in part, take Sen. Haugen to task for the role she has allegedly played in recent ferry troubles.
A taxpayer-funded office in the heart of her election opponent’s territory has put State Sen. Marry Margaret Haugen under political fire.
Mr. Pundit receives more letters than he could ever hope to answer, so we’ll dispose of some of the answer here, free of charge.
It’s embarrassing to have an uneducated dog. People come over and want to see the dog do some tricks and it just sits there with a stupid grin on its face hoping for a Milkbone that it hasn’t done anything to earn.
Youth: Hey, old guy, what was it like before global warming? No matter what the weather these days, they blame it on global warming. Has it always been like this?