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Published: Wednesday, October 31, 2012, 12:01 a.m.
Attorney General

Dunn has record of independence

Reagan Dunn is a true independent for the office of attorney general. With Nov. 6 right around the corner, I wanted to make one last plea to the undecided voters to vote for Reagan Dunn to be our next Attorney General. While much of politics has become sharply divided between the two political parties, there are still a few who have nothing but the public's interest in mind, this includes Reagan Dunn. He has a proven record of independence, a record that is vital to being the state's top attorney. If elected, Dunn can be counted on to defend our citizens' positions to the best of his abilities.
Mr. Ferguson has served as Executive Director of the King County Democratic Party. He has outwardly characterized his opposition to the death penalty as "radical." Our state's attorney general shouldn't be "radical" on any issue. His experience as a partisan political operative and as a defender of criminals are just two items that should not be on the resume of our next attorney general.
Reagan Dunn has earned my support, he deserves your as well.
John Foules
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