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  • Group of citizens file paperwork to initiate recall of Sen. Doug Ericksen

    Michael Shepard speaks about filing paperwork with Whatcom County Auditor Debbie Adelstein to initiate a recall of Sen. Doug Ericksen, R-Ferndale, on Thursday, Feb. 9, at Whatcom County Courthouse in Bellingham. Ericksen has been splitting his time between the state Senate and his temporary post with the Environmental Protection Agency under President Donald Trump.

Group of citizens file paperwork to initiate recall of Sen. Doug Ericksen

Michael Shepard speaks about filing paperwork with Whatcom County Auditor Debbie Adelstein to initiate a recall of Sen. Doug Ericksen, R-Ferndale, on Thursday, Feb. 9, at Whatcom County Courthouse in Bellingham. Ericksen has been splitting his time between the state Senate and his temporary post with the Environmental Protection Agency under President Donald Trump.
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