Battle for Wash. Governor's Race Locks Locke in Office

The drawn-out governor's race in Washington State has created widespread voter fatigue, but it's also taken its toll on sitting Gov. Gary Locke. Locke wants to leave office, but has no official successor as yet. Austin Jenkins reports.

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