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Six Chinese American Candidates on Washington State Ballot

World Journal, Posted: Jul 30, 2009

SEATTLE A total of six Chinese American candidates will be on the ballot in Washingtons Aug. 18 election, the largest number in the states history. According to the World Journal, the candidates include Conrad Lee and Patsy Bonincontri, who are running for re-election as Bellevue council members, Sally Chen, who is running for council member in Redmond City, Al Yuen who is running for Seattle Port Commissioner, and Wilson Chin and Arthur Hu who are running as education commissioners. This is also the first time King County, the largest county in Washington, has fully implemented its vote-by-mail system, so reminding voters to mail back their absentee ballots will become an important part of their campaigns.

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