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‘You couldn't spend a dime?': Jay Inslee ticks off the wrong state

5 monthes ago   |   By Politico

When Washington Gov. Jay Inslee heads to the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state of New Hampshire later this month to test the 2020 waters, he might want to consider adding an apology tour. Inslee's decision while he chaired the Democratic Governors Association not to invest in New Hampshire's competitive governor's race last year still burns some of the state's leading Democrats. Ray Buckley, the New Hampshire Democratic Party chair, said the move was so surprising that state Democrats assumed Inslee had abandoned any 2020 aspirations. Under Inslee, the DGA picked up seven...
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