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Dale Murphy Endorsed by Senator Weinstein

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Senator Brian Weinstein endorses Dale Murphy in 2006

Senator Weinstein
Dale Murphy
in 2006.








State Senator Weinstein Endorses Dale Murphy

State Senator Brian Weinstein has endorsed Democratic candidate Dale Murphy in the race for State Representative in Washington's 41st District.  Murphy, a business educator and Mercer Island native, is making his first run for public office.

"Dale understands the issues that matter most to Washington,"  said Senator Weinstein.  "I'm confident that he will be a smart, accessible, hard-working representative who will serve the people of our district well.  He has an insider's perspective on the practical challenges of education, business and government that will be very valuable in Olympia."

Murphy has taught business, international relations, and entrepreneurship for several years at Harvard and Georgetown Universities.   "Lake Washington’s Eastside is a vibrant and wonderful place to live," says Murphy.  "And I believe we can do even better.  We need a world-class education system that's accessible to everyone.  We need to provide affordable, quality health care, real security, and a truly long-term strategy to deal with our transportation problems.  I'm ready to make those changes happen in Olympia."

The 41st District covers Mercer Island, southern Bellevue, Newcastle, Renton, and parts of Issaquah.  Murphy will face the Republican incumbent in the November 7th general election.

Senator Weinstein is the Democratic Assistant Majority Whip.  He was elected to the Washington State Senate in 2004.  He serves as Vice Chair of the Judiciary Committee and Vice Chair (Early Learning & K-12) of the Early Learning, K-12 & Higher Education Committee.

Dale Murphy was born and raised on Mercer Island, attended Mercer Island public schools from K-12 and has voted there all his life.  Before his teaching career, he was an assistant vice president at Citibank, working on long-term investments.  He also worked briefly under George Shultz in the Reagan Administration and has worked and researched in over 30 countries overseas.

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