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Down and In

By Josh Feit June 16, 2009

On Friday, in a piece titled "Viability Problem,"  we reported that State Sen. Fred Jarrett, who's running for King County Executive, was low on cash. 

The Seattle Times filed an update on the money situation in the K.C. Executive's race late yesterday, and Jarrett's bank account has dwindled even further—down from $7,000 to $1,605. 

King County Council Member Larry Phillips has the most cash on hand, nearly $200,000, while State Rep. Ross Hunter raised the most last month—$100,000.)

The Seattle Times piece noted speculation that Jarrett may drop out, to which Jarrett's advisor Rollin Fatland told the Times: "Fred is absolutely staying in the race."

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