Murray at Final Senate Debate: Washington State Values, Priorities, Economic Growth Will Continue Driving My Work

Seattle, WA—Today, Senator Patty Murray and former Washington State Republican Party Chairman Chris Vance met for the second of two debates in the Senate race.


Following the debate, People for Patty Murray campaign manager Mindi Linquist released the following statement:


“Senator Murray used this final debate as another opportunity to talk to voters about her work fighting for Washington state families and her plans to continue putting them and their priorities first as she works toward an economy that works for all families, not just the wealthiest few.


“As she said tonight, Senator Murray is frustrated that our government and the economy isn’t working as well as it should be, but she is proud to bring Washington state values to Washington, D.C. and work every day to break through the gridlock and dysfunction to get results.


“As this campaign comes to an end in the coming weeks, Senator Murray is making her final pitch to voters and asking for their votes to keep fighting on their behalf.”


Over the past few weeks, Senator Murray has been endorsed by newspapers across Washington state for her work fighting for local families, communities, and priorities. READ:


The Seattle Times

The Tri-City Herald

The Columbian

The Spokesman-Review

The Walla Walla Union-Bulletin

The News Tribune

The Olympian 


WATCH: Senator Murray’s first TV ad, on breaking through gridlock and dysfunction to deliver results.


WATCH: Senator Murray’s second TV ad, on bringing the voice of a local woman to D.C. to fight for stronger protections to protect women against violence.