“Give me three terms” might be the motto of Washington’s November election. Gov. Jay Inslee, Secretary of State Kim Wyman and Attorney General Bob Ferguson are all seeking a third, four-year term this year.
Not to be outdone, State Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler is going for a sixth round.
Yes, long-term incumbents hoping to go even longer is a definite theme this year.
But the statewide ballot also features some newcomers, some higher office seekers and even a congressman who wants a one-way ticket back to the state Capitol.