Heraldnet: Taxes dominate issues for 32nd state Senate seat

Friday, August 1, 2014

From HeraldNet.com

The HeraldNet, out of Everett, published a story about the 32nd district candidates for the state senate.

Maralyn Chase, a long-time legislator, faces a challenge both within her Democrat party and from Republican Robert Reedy in the Aug. 5 primary race for the 32nd state Senate seat.The three candidates outlined how they would approach two big issues facing the state: paying for transportation and fully funding public education, a step ordered by the state Supreme Court.The top two finishers in the primary election will go on to the November general election ballot.
Read the entire story here 

The 32nd Legislative District includes Shoreline, part of northwest Seattle, Lynnwood, Woodway and nearby unincorporated areas of southwest Snohomish County, and parts of Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace.


Anonymous,  August 2, 2014 at 2:24 AM  

People should click through and read the article. How stupid does Chris Eggen think the voters are? Just a couple weeks ago here on the Shoreline Area News he believed the voters should decide on how to pay for funding the McCleary decion on K-12 education , now he wants a capital gains tax! But not to fear, he thinks the voters should decide on how to pay for fixing transportation rather than than show some courage, initaitve, and imagination.

Unknown August 3, 2014 at 5:04 PM  

Maralyn Chase is the definition of a craven pol.

Anonymous,  August 3, 2014 at 8:04 PM  

@5:04 pm - Maralyn Chase, regardless of what you may think of her (and evidently you do not agree with her) is definitely not CRAVEN. Here, I will make it easy for you, the definition of crave is: contemptibly lacking in courage; cowardly

I think you are thinking instead of CHRIS EGGEN, he is so indecisive and now flip flops on taxes - first he thinks the voters should decide on how to pay for the McCleary decision, now he does not, now he thinks the voters should decide on how to pay for transportation, what will he say next? Maybe he will say the voters should decide on the city assumption of Ronald Wastewater... Wait, he already said that and then reneged... Now all of that is CRAVEN.

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