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Seattle Transit Blog: 2010 General Election Endorsements
Mon, Oct 18, 2010
October 18, 2010 at 11:19 am by Martin H. Duke Here are STB’s endorsements for the November 2nd general election. As always, these picks are meant to reflect solely the performance and positions on issues covered by this blog, not by their broader political philosophy, progressive or otherwise. While many state legislative races Read More
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PubliCola No-Brainer Endorsement #30: Joe Fitzgibbon
Thu, Oct 7, 2010
State Rep., 34th District, Position 2: PubliCola picks Joe Fitzgibbon In the last few months, 34th district House candidate Joe Fitzgibbon has gotten a lot of support from local progressive bastions like the Sierra Club, Fuse, the Washington Bus, and Progressive Majority. He even got several shoutouts this morning, in fact, Read More
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Seattle Gay News: 34th District legislative candidate Joe Fitzgibbon
Fri, Sep 24, 2010
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer When state Senator Joe McDermott (D-34) decided to run for Dow Constantine's former County Council seat, he set off a political chain reaction. Rep. Sharon Nelson (D-34) announced she would run for McDermott's senate seat, and her legislative assistant Joe Fitzgibbon is running Read More
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SeattlePI.com: PI.com endorses Fitzgibbon, Nelson and Cody in the 34th
Fri, Sep 24, 2010
By SEATTLEPI.COM EDITORIAL BOARD Ronald Reagan was seeking a second term in the White House when Republicans last seriously contested the 34th Legislative District (West Seattle, Burien, Vashon) with right-thinking radio talk host John Carlson.   Luckily, here is one place where one-party domination has not produced mediocre legislators. The state's top-two primary system Read More
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Publicola: Evening Fizz: 34th District Democrats Endorse Joe Fitzgibbon
Thu, Sep 23, 2010
0 Comments and 0 Reactions In case you missed Bryce’s twitter report from West Seattle, the 34th District Democrats endorsed Joe Fitzgibbon, the progressive favorite, over Mike Heavey for state Rep. Sharon Nelson’s open seat. The vote was 96-31. “They made a pretty clear statement that I’m the candidate to do this,” Fitzgibbon, Read More
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Slog: 34th District Dems Endorse Joe Fitzgibbon
Thu, Sep 9, 2010
Posted by Dominic Holden on Wed, Sep 8, 2010 at 8:50 PM Just a few moments ago, the 34th District Democrats, generally considered the most active Dem district organization in the city, endorsed Joe Fitzgibbon for an open state representative seat by a wide margin at its meeting tonight in West Read More
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WS Blog: 34th District Democrats endorse Joe Fitzgibbon
Thu, Sep 9, 2010
ORIGINAL 7:53 PM REPORT: We’re at the 34th District Democrats‘ meeting in Fauntleroy, where it is standing-room only as the group gets ready to hear 34th District State House Position 2 candidates Joe Fitzgibbon and Mike Heavey make their respective cases for the group’s endorsement, with the general election just Read More
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Cascade Bicycle Club: Pro-Bike Candidate Highlight – Joe Fitzgibbon
Wed, Aug 11, 2010
August 11th, 2010 by Chris Rule If you’re looking for a candidate to support in the August 17 primary election, Joe Fitzgibbon should be one of your top priorities.  With three years’ worth of legislative sessions under his belt as an aide to Rep. Sharon Nelson, he stands out from the Read More
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Vashon Beachcomber: Editorial: McDermott and Fitzgibbon would serve Vashon well
Tue, Aug 3, 2010
Few elected officials have the ability to affect the civic lives of Islanders more than the man or woman who holds the District 8 seat on the King County Council. The county is our most immediate layer of government. It provides funding for police officers and prosecutors, road repairs and bus Read More
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Seattle Transit Blog: 2010 Primary Endorsements
Tue, Aug 3, 2010
by Martin H. Duke Here are STB’s endorsements for the August 17th primary election. As always, these picks are meant to reflect solely the performance and positions on issues covered by this blog, not by their broader political philosophy, progressive or otherwise. While many state legislative races are happening this year, there are Read More
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