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    51 Reasons Dino Rossi Is Not on the Side of Washington State Voters

    Handpicked establishment Republican Candidate Dino Rossi phoned a friend this week and brought Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown in to help him raise money. Rossi says that with the help of “number 41” he can become the Senate’s 51st Republican. (Interestingly enough, Dino seems more excited about being the 51st lockstep Republican vote than being Washington's voice in the

    A Binding Contract: What Ties Dino Rossi And FreedomWorks

    Handpicked Republican establishment candidate Dino Rossi was Washington state’s first Senate candidate to sign onto the right wing “Contract From America.” Dino has already been questioned on some of the Contract’s more damaging provisions, such as a flat tax or a fair national sales tax. But the Contract has more than just damaging provisions – it has a long list of founding

    Clock Is Ticking: New Webpage Tracks Rossi’s Silence

    Nine Days And Counting: Rossi Raises Money For Extremist Policy Center No Word Yet From Rossi On Why He Supports Assailing Middle Class SEATTLE - Nine days after ethically-challenged perennial politician Dino Rossi sent out a fundraising letter on behalf of the extremist Washington Policy Center (WPC), and with Rossi seriously weighing a bid for US Senate after visiting

    ACTION NEEDED re: state government shutdown

    We’re one week from a state government shutdown. If Senator Andy Hill and the State Senate GOP don’t come to the table and work with Democrats to strike a deal on our budget, then 25,000 workers — about half of the state’s workers — will be sent pink slips. Important services like state parks and supervision of former inmates will be shuttered. Contact lead Republican budget

    Facts on the Senate Republican Budget

    The Facts You Need On The Senate Republican Budget The Senate Republicans are underfunding nearly every major priority in our state budget. Gov. Inslee proposed $1.5 billion more than the Republicans did for K-12 education, the state’s paramount duty. And Inslee proposed investing $220 million in mental health care and fixing Western State Hospital in the next two years, while