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- Transcript Hello hello. This is your State Senator Mark mullet during the last legislative session I saw far less Seattle politics creeping into Olympia I thought up to Jay Inslee into these special interest groups and voted no on all of their taxes which is why I now have a challenger from the left as the owner of Ben and Jerry's ice cream shops and 6 pizza restaurant I know firsthand that we can afford to have crazy Seattle tax ideas in our own backyard please call my personal cell phone at 425681775 if you have any other questions about my campaign I would love your help this November to keep bad title Politics from coming to the set.
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