Stiff competition to succeed retiring state senator McAuliffe

Wirth said she agreed to run because she believes in public service.

“The idea is you help people,” she said. “You pass laws that you hope will make people’s lives better.”

Tolling on the I-405 express lanes and public school funding are two of the biggest issues on the campaign trail.

Read more from the Everett Herald story: here

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