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Washington State Attorney General Christine Gregoire (D)
and Former Senator from the State of Washington Dino Rossi (R)
The battle was long and bloody, but after three recounts Christine Gregoire emerged victorious by a margin of less than 150 votes. It should be noted that before the legally-mandated recount (required by law when it's this close) Dino Rossi was ahead by 261 votes. Two machine recounts later, his lead had narrowed to 47, and after the final recount, by hand, Gregoire took the prize by 133 votes.
Now, the time for the rematch is at hand.
Will Dino Rossi manage to take the crown, and become Washington State's first Republican governor since 1960? Or will Christine Gregoire preside for four more years over the Emerald City of the Pacific Northwest?
U.S. Cong. Dist. 8
Nov 06, 2008 - 19:35:34
59% of vote counted
51% of vote
Darcy Burner (D)
49% of vote
With the new information that there are still over 100,000 votes coming in from Pierce County, I'm not holding my breath for Burner. Much as I wanted her to win, it looks like Reichert will enter his third term as the rep from District 8.
But at least my House rep isn't Michelle Bachmann, so I've got that going for me.