The results of our preference poll of the Washington State Public Lands Commissioner race.
Working Forests Action Network

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We asked you to let us know who you preferred in the race for Washington State Public Lands Commissioner. Many did respond and we want to share the results with you now.
Retired naval officer Steve McLaughlin was the resounding choice of those who responded having won 47% of votes cast, more than twice the amount of support registered for any other candidate. 
By comparison, former Spokane Mayor Mary Verner received 21% and King County Councilperson Dave Upthegrove received 17%.

McLaughlin registered similar strength on the question of favorability – 67% of respondents had a favorable opinion of the candidate while only 9% had an unfavorable one, for a net favorable rating of +58%.
Washington voters are casting ballots now on this very important race to select a new Washington State Public Lands Commissioner, the chief of the Department of Natural Resources.
The Department of Natural Resources is the largest land manager in the state, generating revenue for school construction from its 5.6 million acres of forest, farm land and aquatic lands. The agency is also the largest firefighting organization in the state and manages about 1,800 employees.
Thank you again for taking the time to vote in our exclusive poll.

Until next time,

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