Oct 8, 2006

all politics is local

Three quixotic candidates for the price of one:
The candidates talked about their views on foreign policy, international trade, immigration and the economy at a debate Saturday afternoon at First Christian Church.

Sen. Maria Cantwell and Republican Mike McGavick were invited but declined to attend.

The primary victors now face challenges by Green Party candidate Aaron Dixon, a former Black Panther and the current director of a program for at-risk youths in Seattle; Bruce Guthrie, chairman of Whatcom County's Libertarian Party; and Independent Robin Adair, who has a background volunteering for a number of organizations, including Planned Parenthood and Seattle Children's Hospital.
And, as it has in the past, The Olympian has segregated the political letters to the editor in the Sunday edition.


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