Tactics similar to Florida election

Have the Florida election sharks come to the 21st Legislative District? The present Republican representative from the 21st was not elected by the people – he was appointed when Renee Radcliffe won, then abruptly resigned. She’s now a lobbyist.

Republican operatives from King County have advised and paid for a Green Party candidate to divide the Democratic vote in the 21st. National operatives from the National Rifle Association have scheduled an election strategy activity at a Lynnwood hotel to further the Republican campaign in the 21st. Gun organizations now press the fear button to hurt the 21st District Democratic chances.

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