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Seattle lawyer Marcia McCraw is running as Republican against incumbent Lt. Gov. Brad Owen, Democrat

Post by Joe Turner on July 28, 2008 at 2:06 pm |
July 28, 2008 2:06 pm

I’m catching up with my e-mails. I got this one last Thursday, but I got real busy covering the Sound Transit board. Thursday is when the board decided to put a $17.9 billion measure on the ballot.


Also, there’s not much new news in this news release. But you can visit Marcia McCraw‘s Web site to see her picture and bio, etc.


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: info@marciamccraw4ltgov.com

July 24, 2008


Marcia McCraw Running for Lt. Governor to Renew Washington


Marcia McCraw from the Ballard neighborhood in Seattle, Washington is running for Lt. Governor with a promise to Renew Washington.


"Have you noticed that the answer to every challenge in Olympia is to create a new and expensive program?" says McCraw. "In addition to the duties of Lt. Governor which include presiding over the Senate and stepping in when the Governor is out of state or in an emergency, I want to promote what’s best for Washington by initiating Renew Washington."


Marcia McCraw is an attorney licensed to practice in four states, was appointed by the President of the U.S. to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Council, speaks fluent Mandarin Chinese and has served in many community service groups.



Renew Washington is a project that will unite technology and the vast energy of volunteers to create a statewide database matching willing volunteers with organizations devoted to service helping others – the aged, the homeless, at-risk youth – every good cause.


Visit www.marciamccraw4ltgov.com and learn about McCraw’s background and plans for the Lt. Governor seat.

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