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Tuesday, November 9, 2004 - Page updated at 07:45 a.m.
Tom BrownBetween the Lines
“The Kerry avalanche explained (in part): There are two parts to this story that have gotten little attention. ...”
— Tom Brown 
On Politics
A weekly column from Seattle Times chief political reporter David Postman.
Campaign contributions
State's big spenders | Presidential donors by ZIP code

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Total statewide giving to presidential campaigns

King County absentees push Gregoire's lead to 8,700 votes
The absentee-vote trend in King County bounced back in Democrat Christine Gregoire's favor yesterday, helping her extend her lead in the seesaw race for governor. Gregoire, the state's three-term... [07:45 A.M. Nov. 09, 2004]

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Election modifies landscape for transit packages
With the election over, work is resuming after a five-month hiatus on a regional transportation package to present to voters, perhaps next fall. But Tuesday's vote dramatically... [07:54 A.M. Nov. 08, 2004]
Record number of provisional ballots issued during election
31,700 voters turned in provisional ballots to the King County election office last week. That's almost double the number issued in the 2000 presidential election. [05:16 P.M. Nov. 08, 2004]

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