All Three Competitors Pass Municipal League Interview

Mark Greene, Reagan Dunn, and Beverly Harison Tonda have all passed the interview rating process of the Municipal League of King County. This is an extra boost for Mark's campaign, because naturally, not being an already in place incumbent, like Dunn, would be a little less advantageous as it relates to the knowledge of council issues and other factors that the Municipal League takes into consideration. Dunn was initially appointed to the council, but was later elected in his own right as the Republican intelligentsia and the corporate establishment backed him to the hilt, and he and Rob McKenna, the Washington Attorney General, have since been regarded as princes by the state Republican Party. McKenna has endorsed Dunn, and previously endorsed John McCain, and in fact was McCain's presidential campaign honcho in Washington state. According to SeattlePI.com, McKenna has also called on people to send contributions to Dunn's campaign. McCain-McKenna-Hutchison-Dunn: that should tell you a lot about the politics that we're up against.

Once again, Mark passes the Muni test, and so does his competitors.

[revised on 8/6/09]

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