Bill Bryant: Washington’s political climate starts to change 30 miles out from Seattle

Joel Connelly, writing in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer: 

Bryant is a successful businessman who has spent much of his adult life promoting Washington’s exports.  He has been part of a majority that has sought to end “crony capitalism” at the Port of Seattle and lower the port’s carbon footprint and air pollution.  He is involved in salmon restoration through Steward Partners, a group which seeks to empower and persuade landowners to protect streams and natural landscapes.

Instead of throwing red meat to partisans, Bryant on the campaign trail discusses the leadership attributes of Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt, and the background that qualifies him to serve.

You can read the full article here.

 

Mike Foster