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Afternoon Jolt

It's bad karma to say "Slow News Day" because we're likely to get another shocking instance of police brutality or another debilitating revenue forecast, but we really had to post this.

11/18/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Some obvious choices today.

11/17/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Afternoon Jolt: The City Attorney and SPD

Afternoon Jolt: A blink-and-you-missed-it item at today's city budget hearing.

11/10/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Afternoon Jolt: The Seattle Times Backs a Winner

Afternoon Jolt: A course reversal that could have helped sway the state supreme court elections.

11/09/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Election Eve Jolt: The Final Word on Earmarks

Dino Rossi campaigns on earmarks. Literally.

11/01/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Afternoon Jolt: Nearly Half the Population

Liberals are always accusing the working class of voting against their own interests. Look who's actually voting against the middle class now.

10/29/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Afternoon Jolt: County, Metro Union Reach Tentative Agreement

The Metro union and the county have reached a tentative agreement under which union members would give up next year's pay increase.

10/28/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Afternoon Jolt: Quote of the Day

Afternoon Jolt: Another winning (pithy) quote from city council prez Richard Conlin.

10/26/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Afternoon Jolt: Earmarks, Earmarks, Earmarks.

The Rossi campaign stays on message, relentlessly, up to the closing bell. It seems to be working.

10/25/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Afternoon Jolt: The City of Seattle Wins on Transit

Afternoon Jolt. Today's winner? The city of Seattle.

10/22/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Afternoon Jolt: Quote of the Day

Richard Conlin stars in today's Afternoon Jolt with a winning line from today's Chamber of Commerce retreat.

10/21/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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John Koster's Troubles with the Federal Government

Yeah yeah, John Koster is in trouble with the liberal media. Big deal. It's probably good for his campaign. But here's the thing. He's also in trouble with the Feds.

10/20/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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(Yesterday's) Afternoon Jolt: Grocery Workers Cry Foul on Liquor Privatization Initiative

Winners: Two chain grocery stores that are pushing liquor privatization. Losers: Their employees, who have to campaign for them.

10/19/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Afternoon Jolt: Online News Sites. Ouch.

The KCTS 9/KPLU/Washington poll asks voters where they get their news and which sources they trust.

10/15/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Today's loser & winner: A local political consultant & a local King County Executive.

10/14/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Afternoon Jolt: The Teachers' Union

Today's Jolt. That's a lot of money to spend on people who don't agree with you.

10/13/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

City Hall

Morning Jolt: The City's New Web Site

An early loser: The City Council, whose web site wasn't revamped as part of Mayor Mike McGinn's city web site overhaul.

10/13/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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This Washington vs. That Washington in an Afternoon Jolt showdown.

10/12/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Early Afternoon Jolt: Whoa

San Diego federal judge issues an injunction against "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."

10/12/2010 By Afternoon Jolt

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Morning Jolt: Tom Rasmussen Hires Powerhouse Transportation Lobbyist

City council member Tom Rasmussen makes an impressive new hire.

10/12/2010 By Afternoon Jolt