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February 14, 2008 10:27 AM

Our day in the sun? Or Huckabee's?

Posted by David Postman

Candidates will blanket the Northwest in search of popular support.

Washington voters can observe presidential contenders in their own communities taking a stand on defining regional issues directly impacting the State of Washington such as the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, dams, international trade, the Bonneville Power Administration, national forests, as well as the military.
Secretary of State Sam Reed writing about next Tuesday’s Washington presidential primary

Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee on Wednesday defended his decision to suspend campaigning before Wisconsin's presidential primary so he can fly to the Cayman Islands to give a paid speech. … Huckabee said he would speak to a group of young professionals in the Cayman Islands on Saturday. … He said he would return to Wisconsin on Sunday for more campaigning in his bid to upset Arizona Sen. John McCain in the primary on Tuesday.

AP story about Huckabee’s decision to suspend Wisconsin campaign and apparently skip any campaigning here

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