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December 04, 2005

And the next Senate Minority Leader will be...

With last week's resignation of Bill Finkbeiner as Senate Minority Leader, it's time to speculate on who'll succeed him.

Word on the street is that Senator Jim Honeyford (15th LD), who The Fink's second in command, and widely expected to be next in line, is not going put his name forward. Senator Mike Hewitt (16th LD), the current Republican Whip (3rd in the chain of leadership), supposedly has the votes sewn up.

We'll find out this week when the Republican caucus meets.

Posted by Jon Stahl on December 4, 2005 at 09:19 PM in Inside Baseball | Permalink

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I would nominate Tim Sheldon of the 35th.

Posted by: Jacob Metcalf | Dec 5, 2005 12:01:09 AM

I second that nomination Jacob.

Posted by: BdH | Dec 5, 2005 1:58:55 PM

You might want to specify that you mean Washington State, not the US Senate. When your RSS feed is carried on other sites, it's not at all clear.

Posted by: Ben Schiendelman | Dec 7, 2005 2:36:47 PM

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