Thursday, August 30, 2012

Gubernatorial Debate Only Included One Transportation Question

Another Washington State gubernatorial debate last night and another night basically devoid of discussion on transportation issues. True, the first question given to candidates Jay Inslee (D) and Rob McKenna (R)  in Vancouver last night was about the I-5 Columbia River Crossing project. But as Transportation Issues Daily reports, it would be the only transportation-related question of the debate.

Here's the Columbia Crossing question and answer.

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