Patty Murray

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Democrat | Incumbent | Washington Senate candidate Full profile

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Patty Murray (D) faces Dino Rossi (R) in the November election.
Patty Murray's references to opponent(s): 0 uses in the last 7 days (up 0%).

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Bush

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  • Last 7 days: 1 uses (down 0% from last week)

going forward

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  • Last 7 days: 1 uses (down 0% from last week)

Top Overall

Obama

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  • Overall: 129 uses since Aug. 30

jobs

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  • Overall: 114 uses since Aug. 30

9/11

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  • Overall: 6 uses since Aug. 30

Colors correspond to a word's relative popularity in the last 7 days. Words in orange are being used more frequently this week; gray, less frequently. 'Sparkline' graphs plot each word's motion over the last 8 weeks.

Recent uses of words we're tracking

...From small business owners to teachers to students, the people I talk to all want to keep Washington state moving forward....

— via Facebook (October 29)

...Met with veterans in Longview today to talk about economic issues. One of them told me he is no longer homeless thanks to the HUD voucher program I fought...

— via Facebook (October 26)

...I'm proud to fight for jobs in Kitsap County http://bit.ly/9Yucjb #wasen @KitsapSun...

— via Twitter (October 24)

...The #smallbiz owners I talked to today want to move forward, not go back to the policies that failed Main Street #wasen...

— via Twitter (October 23)

...On my way to #Bellingham to talk to small business owners about getting the engine of our economy running again #wasen...

— via Twitter (October 22)

...on every $10,00 spent on student loans. However, many Republicans running for office in this election have promised to repeal that law and put student loans back in the [...]...

— via RSS (October 19)

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