Gov. Jay Inslee waves to supporters as he heads on stage with his wife, Trudi Inslee, right, at an election night party for Democrats Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016, in Seattle. Inslee defeated Republican challenger Bill Bryant to win re-election.
Gov. Jay Inslee waves to supporters as he heads on stage with his wife, Trudi Inslee, right, at an election night party for Democrats Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016, in Seattle. Inslee defeated Republican challenger Bill Bryant to win re-election. Elaine Thompson AP
Gov. Jay Inslee waves to supporters as he heads on stage with his wife, Trudi Inslee, right, at an election night party for Democrats Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016, in Seattle. Inslee defeated Republican challenger Bill Bryant to win re-election. Elaine Thompson AP

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