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Washington State Senate Election

2010

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Candidates for Washington State Senate 2010:

Senator Patty Murray is the incumbent, and the only Democrat running at this time.

The incumbent, Senator Patty Murray (D) Campaign website

 

Several Republicans are running for Murray's Senate Seat. They include:

Former State Senator Don Benton (R)-Campaign website, [email protected], Don Benton on Facebook, Don Benton on YouTube

 

Paul Akers (R)-Campaign website, [email protected], Paul Akers on Facebook, Paul Akers on YouTube

 

Dino Rossi Inches Closer to Challenging Patty Murray in Washington State

In a speech on May 21, 2010, Republican Dino Rossi spoke of policy and politics, but came just short of saying he will challenge incumbent Democratic Senator Patty Murray, who is up for re-election this November. Speculation has centered around Rossi, who has valuable state-wide name recognition and respect among conservative voters after two failed, but close, campaigns against Washington Governor Christine Gregoire. Other Republicans have softly criticized Rossi, saying he must make up his mind soon, since many funding and endorsement decisions stakeholders are awaiting news as to whether or not Rossi is indeed in the race. Already declared Republican candidates include businessman Paul Akers, ex-NFL football player Clint Didier and state Sen. Don Benton.

Rossi at Senate Starting Gate: Will He?--by Joel Connely, Seattle P-I, May 21, 2010