Inslee Vs. Bryant: A Preview Of The 2016 Washington Gubernatorial Face-Off

Inslee’s chief Republican opponent, Port of Seattle Commissioner Bill Bryant, is a self-described fiscally responsible, social libertarian who said he’s concerned about the environment.

But Bryant said the governor’s unrelenting focus on capping carbon is misplaced.

“I think it’s a very personal agenda that he feels very strongly about,” Bryant said. I do not think it should be the priority of the governor when we’re leaving so many kids behind.”

By leaving kids behind, Bryant is referring to a statistic that shows nearly a quarter of high school freshmen in Washington won’t graduate.

“That’s not only morally wrong, it’s undermining our economy” he said.

Read the full article at NW News Network.

 

Mike Foster